*Please remember that if you are late for the 9:00 a.m. departure time, we may not be able to wait.
2. Tsukiji Honganji Temple by Chuta Ito
In the old fish market area of Tokyo, suddenly appears an overwhelming ancient Indian style temple ? in fact, it’s a Japanese Buddhist Temple. Let’s explore and find statues of animals designed by the architect.
3. Nakagin Capsule Tower by Kisho Kurokawa
The building is known as “ the world’s first example of metabolism architecture”.
4.NOA building by Seiichi Shirai
It looks just like a huge tombstone standing at the crossing.
5. 21-21 DESIGN SIGHT by Tadao Ando
Japan’s first design museum produced by Issey Miyake and one of the signature work by Tadao Ando.
6.SunnyHills by Kengo Kuma
A pineapple-like wooden structure is actually a pineapple cake speciality store.
Let’s have a break with a cup of tea and pineapple cake.
7. Prada Tokyo Aoyama by Herzog & de Meurone
A crystal-shaped building has soon become a landmark of the area.
Take a look at the miu miu store located diagonally across the Prada building which was designed also by the same duo.
8. Omotesando Boulevard
A catwalk for the high-end fashion and ‘museum’ of the contemporary architectures ?Tod’s, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Gyre and more.
9. Yoyogi Gymnasium by Kenzo Tange
A masterpiece of the architect and symbolic building of the last Olympic in 1964.
10. New National stadium by Kengo Kuma
A massive hybrid stadium of wood and steel, which will be completed in 2019 for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic.
12,000 Japanese Yen
(including tax,rental bike, box lunch, bottle of water, guide. )
★★★ (Intermediate, A bit hilly and will be riding on the road. Participants should be experienced in cycling and/or be physically fit.)
Distance: 26 km
Maximum 7 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.