19/09/2016

ROUTE A: Tokyo Bay

“Cross many bridges to the only beach in Tokyo.”

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High lights

・ Tsukiji Fish Market
・ Zojoji Temple and Tokyo Tower
・ Imperial Palace
・ Take the water bus with bikes
…and more!

Route

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1. Departure 09:00

09:00 Meet at our office :
1-3-2, Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Registration, Review of General Guidelines

*Please remember that if you are late for the 9:00 a.m. departure time, we may not be able to wait.

2. Riding along Sumida River

Sumida river is a mother river of central Tokyo. Cherry blossoms in Spring time are just gorgeous. Stop at Chuoohashi bridge over Sumida for photo shootin

3. Tsukuda-Jima

A former fishermen’s island which survived Tokyo Great Earthquake. We will stop at old Shinto shrine.

4. Tsukiji Outer market

Although professional market has moved to new location, we will visit Tsukiji Jogai (outer market). Check out their fresh seafood, vegetable etc.

5. Crossing many bridges to water front area via Toyosu market

Lots of landfilling in 1960-70’s. Manmade lands are connected by bridges. New mareket was opend in 2018 in Toyosu.

6. Lunch at Odaiba

When weather is fine, we will have a picnic lunch with Bento box. Or we will go to a restaurant

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7. Zojoji Temple and Tokyo Tower

Do you know the difference between a temple and a shrine?

8. The Imperial Palace

The last stop before our goal. The Emperor and The Empress are living here!

9.Goal 15:00

Goal! Our office.

PRICE and DIFFICULTY

10,000 Japanese Yen
(including tax,rental bike, box lunch, bottle of water, guide. And 1% of the fare will be donated to ‘One percent for the planet’ project)
★★(Easy, but have to cross many bridges)

REMARKS

Capacity :
Maximum 15 persons (Minimum 2 persons)

Reservation :
Prior reservation is needed

Cancellation :
No cancellation charge (Please give us e-mail or call in advance)
If you’d like to cancel the tour, please let us know in advance, there are some guests who are on the waiting list. Thank you for your cooperation!
— Further questions, please see ‘FAQ’ page.