If you are looking for advice on your life, why don’t you come by and ask a traditional Japanese fortuneteller at Tamaru.
At Tamaru, you can learn what choices you can make to make your life better.
Tamaru is located in front of a eatery at Yanaka, a Soba noodle house at Asakusa and a Live house at Akihabara, it is not hidden inside a store. This means you do not need an appointment, we have an open door policy.
Just come by and sit down to have your fortune told.
If someone is already sitting, it takes only a 10 to 20 minute wait for your turn. We have fortune tellers who speak English. They are trained in many forms of fortune telling, such as with tarot cards, astrology, palmistry etc.
The divination method used depends on the fortune tellers themselves. Every day there are different fortune tellers that sit at the table. The majority of them ask only 1,500 Yen per 10 minutes.
Why not ask for advice on how to make your own life great?
Yanaka Ginza is a very traditional and Classical Japanese shopping street. The street used to be a black market after the WW2. Now (sadly) there is no more flea markets or black markets, but we bet there are still places that can get you the feeling of the old Japan.
Asakusa is one of the most famous sight seeing area in Japan. Around Sensoji Temple and Asakusa Temple there are many cafes, kimono shops, traditional Japanese sweets shop and souvenir shops. This area usually excites tourists for the many possibilities of shopping and sight seeing.
Akihabara is attracting attention from all over the world for its Manga culture. You can enjoy Japan’s Kawaii culture such as shops and cafes.
Fortune telling spot “Tamaru”
Open: 11:00 – 18:00
Closed on Mondays at Yanaka, Closed on Rainy day at Asakusa
in front of the traditional Japanese cafe “Tamaru”
You can also eat there, but please note that there is a 1 drink minimum
3-11-15 Yanaka, Taito, Tokyo
JR Nippori Station, 4 minute walk; Subway Chiyoda Line Sendagi 4 minute walk
in front of the Soba Noodle house “Towada”
1-13-4, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station 3-minute walk, Subway Ginza Line Tawaramachi Station 3-minute walk, Subway Ginza Line Asakusa Station 4-minute walk
in front of the Live house “BECK Akiba”
2-11-4, Kanda Sakuma-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
JR Akihabara Station 2-minute walk, Subway Ginza Line, Toei Subway Ginza Line Iwamoto-cho 4-minute walkk
All our fortune tellers who speak English have a rose mark on their picture:
We look forward to seeing you around and reading your fortune!