Featured Photo Adventures
Bespoke Photo Adventure
Bespoke ExperienceFlexible ScheduleGo at your pace
Osaka By Night
Long ExposureNight PhotographyNight Street PhotoJoin a group ¥9,900Privatize¥24,000
Behind The Mask
Tokyo By Night
5:30pm | 7:00pm
Neon SignsTraffic Light TrailsTripod TechniquesJoin a group ¥9,900Privatize¥24,000
Inari After Dusk
AtmosphericLight PaintingLong ExposureJoin a group ¥14,000Privatize¥24,000
Tokyo MetropolisPhone Friendly
ArchitecturePeopleSkyscrapersJoin a group ¥9,900Privatize¥24,000
7:30pm | 8:00pm
Temples of TokyoPhone Friendly
CultureShrinesTraditionJoin a group ¥9,900Privatize¥24,000
5:00pm | 7:00pm
BridgesHighwaysTraffic Light Trails
Streets of TokyoPhone Friendly
2:30pm | 4:00pm
Tokyo Helicopter Tour
3:00pm | 5:30pm
CityscapesHelicopter FlightNight Photography
What's a Photo Adventure?
EYExplore Photo Adventures are part photo tour, part photography workshop — a fun and educational experience with a friendly photo trainer
Want a private experience for you and your friends? We offer photo adventures tailored to your needs, including custom dates and start times. You and 3 friends can join for one affordable rate.Tailored Adventures
Have a unique experience in mind? We can customize an entire day or half-day around your needs. You get a completely custom schedule, locations, and photographic training!Bespoke Adventures
Get instant savings with multiple bookings. Book 2 photo adventures and get 5% off. Book 3 or more and get 10% off instantly!
A Photo Adventure For Everyone
Whether you use a phone or a basic camera, you're going to have fun on our photo adventures! Explore the city, learn the photo basics, and have an adventure!
You already know the basics but have a thirst for more—let our pro photographic trainers take your skills to the next level.
Friendly Photo Trainers
I shoot to have fun, to keep learning new things, to discover places I would never even think of going to if it wasn’t for the sake of photography.
I started making photos as a way to motivate myself to get out of the house. Now I do it because it allows me to experience the universe in a thoughtful and romantic way.
It’s a way to communicate with others and I take pleasure when my pictures deliver emotions. There’s no more powerful motivation than creating joy.
I take photos to tell futuristic stories with a little, or a lot, of nostalgia.