Your Photographer and Tour-Guide in Japan. Helping you create memories through photos.


Unique culture, kind and humorous people, delicious food! Osaka is the second largest city in Japan. From the impressive Osaka castle and the beautiful skyscrapers, to the lively downtown area where we can grab a taste of delicious Osaka delicacies (Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, etc), let me show you my Osaka.

You can touch and feel JAPAN in Kyoto. There are numerous great sites to take pictures in, such as the Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Imperial Palace, beautiful mountains and rivers. Make your experience even more authentic by roaming the streets of Kyoto, wearing a traditional Japanese Kimono.

You will be welcomed by a lot of wild deer at one of Japan's oldest park in Japan, Nara Park (a 3-minutes walk from Kintetsu Nara station). Designated as National Treasures, you can feed the friendly deer, as well as pose of photos with them. Nara is also home to the world's largest bronze statue of Buddha, located in Todai-ji (East Great Temple) which is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Latest reviews



My daughter and I plus 3 others thoroughly enjoyed Manu’s photo tour with a mix of Temple, walk thru park and the neighborhood market shopping area where Manu grew up. Our photos were a hit on FB and Manu is gifted with making us laugh, relax , pose with no effort. You will definitely see us again on our next visit to Japan. Excellent job!!! Thank you, Manu

— E.C. (Facebook)


Hello! My name is Frank from the Philippines. I travel to 3-4 countries per year as part of job. It is my first time in Japan, and first time to learn about photoguider services. I’m so glad to have in contact with Manu. He was cheerful and enthusiastic for the whole duration of our tour. I love those photos he took, purely candid, brought about how beautiful the place is, and was always on point when it comes to framing and getting the right exposure of photos. He speaks English well. He gave historical insights about the places, showcased the real Japan way of living. Would love to see him again. Highly recommend!

— F.D. (TripAdvisor)