“Through bustling Roppongi to Meiji forest (1603-2020)”
・Form the area developed in Edo period to the area still changing especially for 2020 Olympic
・Highend shopping districts such as Ginza, Roppoingi and Omotesando
・Lots of unique beautiful architectures
・Picnic at Yoyogi park (if the weather permits)
・Meiji Jingu Shrine, the biggest Shinto Shrine in Tokyo
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.
Lots of reclaimed lands were develped in the end of 1800’s Tsukishima Monja street has about 70 Monja and Okonomiyaki restaurants.
The most prestegious shopping are in Japan Ginza main street has many international brand name stores.
The oldest railway station in Japan. Drop by the traditional Japanese sweet shop.
Various Embassies in Azabu-Juban, lots of bars and pubs busy at night in Roppongi. A little bit hilly!
Both are luxury shopping area Many brand name shops in this area, too. The architectres are interesting to see.
It’s a large park right infront of the stadium built for 1964 Olympic (by Mr. Kenzo Tange) We will have picnic lunch if the weather is fine.
The biggest Shinto shrine in Tokyo We will walk to the main building.
A few hills. Will ride by Harajuku Takeshita Dori, but won’t go down the street. It’s too crowded to go by bike!
Riding through the Governmential area to the Imperial Palace, our last stop.
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)
★★★ (Intermediate, A bit hilly and will be riding on the road. Participants should be experienced in cycling and / or be physically fit)
Maximum 15 persons (Minimum 2 persons)
Prior reservation is needed
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.