Route I : The Tokyo Toilet

“Join us on an exciting cycling adventure through Shibuya to explore 17 public toilets redesigned by famous architects and designers.”



The Tokyo Toilet project, aimed at transforming gloomy public toilets into more welcoming ones in Shibuya, began a couple years before the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Our architecture-loving cycling crew devised a new route to visit them during the Covid-19 closures.

The route was finally completed at the same time as the Tokyo Toilet project.

Now, you might be thinking, “Toilets? Seriously?” But trust us, these are no ordinary loos.

They’re like mini art installations, each with its own unique vibe.

Plus, cycling through Shibuya means you might discover some hidden-gems you’d never have seen otherwise.
And if you need more convincing, just check out the film “PERFECT DAYS” by Wim Wenders.

Hop on your bike, and let’s roll through Shibuya on a quest to find the coolest toilets in town!



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. Visit 17 toilets
Visit 17 toilets in Shibuya through special desiigned route.

3.Goal 15:00

Goal! Our office.

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5/5


Adults (13 and older): 14,000 Japanese Yen
Children (12 and under): 8,000 Japanese Yen
(including rental bike, helmet, 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.)


Capacity :
Maximum 15 persons (Minimum 2 persons)

Reservation :
Prior reservation is needed

Cancellation :
[Cancellation Fee]
The day before your tour : 0%
The day your tour : 50%
No Show : 100%

— Further questions, please see ‘FAQ’ page.