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MK Golf Limousine Service

The Perfect Start To A Premium Golfing Experience in Japan


Japan is a land of contrasts, from its bustling cities to its serene countryside. And for golf enthusiasts, the country offers a unique and exciting golfing experience, which is why MK Tokyo's Golf Limousine Service is the perfect choice for those looking for a luxury golf experience while visiting Japan.



Japan is the second biggest golf market in the world and has over 2,300 golf courses, and Tokyo has over 600 all within driving distance from the capitol. World-famous architects such as Niklaus, Player, Muirhead, and Norman have all designed multiple courses here and trophy hunters can find world top 50 courses Like Kawana Golf Club, as well as tournament courses like Narashino (PGA ZOZO Championship), all are available to play, and offering a uniquely Japanese golfing experience.


There are also family-friendly resort courses, with that amazing Japanese Omotenashi hospitality and cuisine. If you are not sure which course to visit check some of our recommendations here: https://www.tokyomk.global/post/fantastic-golf-around-japan-s-capitol



Tokyo MK offers a variety of vehicles to suit the needs of your group, from S Class Mercedes Benz, the new BMW I7 electric, the ever-popular 7-seater Alphard, and large cabin Mercedes Benz for groups of up to 10.


Our bilingual drivers can also help check you in on arrival for check-in so you can feel confident of a smooth round, and they will be waiting to pick you up and bring you back to your hotel afterward.



Your trip can also be customizable, if some of your members prefer to go sightseeing our drivers can accommodate them too. Also, if you wish to use MK throughout your stay with multiple destinations to various courses and areas throughout Japan- including cultural attractions, trust us to take care of the arrangement to make that perfect customized experience.


For more information visit our information page here or email us at hire@tokyomk.com


Happy golfing!




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