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Walking traditional and futuristic areas of Tokyo

¥26,000

Tsukiji, the world's largest fish market is the icon of Japanese sushi and other food culture. You can enjoy watching and tasting a variety of food. The second spot is Hama-rikyu garden, Tokyo's most attractive landscape garden. This Garden once used to be the family garden of the Tokugawa shogun and later became the property of the Imperial family. The contrast between beautiful traditional gardens with skyscrapers in the background is spectacular. Before we go to Odaiba, let's go up to the height of 200m which command a panoramic view of Tokyo bay including Rainbow bridge and Hama-rikyu garden . The tour will be concluded to visit Odaiba. This manmade island provide natural beauty of the sea and greenery, together with shopping and entertainment experiences.


Tour Highlights

Tsukiji Fish Market

  • Outer Market (and Inner Market if possible)
  • Namiyoke Shrine (Small Shinto Shrine)

Hamarikyu

  • 300-year pine tree
  • Sole remaining seawater ponds within Tokyo
  • Tea house
  • Former duck hunting sites

Shiodome

  • Caretta Shiodome (observatory on 46F)

Odaiba

  • The official replica of the statue of Liberty
  • The manmade island made in the middle of the 19th century
  • Shopping malls featuring various stores

Schedule

[Tour Length]
6 hours

[Available day & Time]
Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.,Sat.
9:00 a.m. - 05:00 p.m.

[Pick-up & Drop-off place]
Your hotel in central Tokyo

[Transportation]
subway and train


Charges

[Price per group (up to 6 persons)]
26,000 yen (+tax)

Item included
An English-speaking guide service provided during sightseeing and transfers

Items NOT included
Transportation (approximately 1200 yen per person required for subway and Yurikamome Line)
Admission to Hama-Rikyu garden (300 yen/adult)
Meals and beverage
Any other expenses of personal nature

Remarks

This is a walking tour. Please dress casually and wear shoes comfortable for walking.



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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 11 June, 2014.

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