Explore the bests of the capital city in Japan! This tour takes you around the iconic sights of Tokyo, such as Asakusa, Meiji Jingu Shinto Shrine, and a Tokyo Bay cruise. See the best of Japan's bustling capital on our Tokyo 1-day tour and Tokyo Bay cruise.
Tokyo - one of the largest cities in the world, a vibrant mixture of history, tradition, and modern awaits your arrival. Discover your favorite from the most famous spots for 9 hours, such as the Imperial Palace, the old 'shitamachi' downtown area of Asakusa known as the famed Sensoji Temple, and the impressive Meiji Jingu Shrine, and much more. The finale of the tour is a scenic cruise across Tokyo Bay.
08:50 Meeting at the "LOVE" statue at Shinjuku
09:00 Departure from the “LOVE” statue at Shinjuku
Drive by: Harajuku
09:20-10:10 Meiji Jingu Shito Shrine
Drive by: National Diet Building
10:40-11:20 Imperial Palace
Drive by: Marunouchi dist., Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway, Kanda dist.
Akihabara dist., Ueno & Ame-yoko market, Kappa-bashi shopping arcade
Senso-ji temple, Nakamise Shopping avenue and Kaminari-mon Gate
Japanese Style Lunch (“Chanko” hotpot, Chicken Karaage, Salad and Rice)
※“Chanko” is specialized meal for “Sumo” wrestlers.
14:30-16:00 Tokyo Sky Tree & Sora-machi Shopping Mall
17:00-17:15 Tokyo bay Cruise
(16:15-17:00) *Cruising time will be changed by any seasons.
*If we cannot attend the cruise due to weather, traffic due to the events, we will go to the Fukagawa Edo museum as a alternative place.
17:45 Tour finish at Shimbashi Station (East side of Tokyo)
18:15 Tour finish at Shinjuku Station (West side of Tokyo)
We can organize hotel pickups at the following hotels/venues:
Shiba Park Hotel, in front of reception desk at 07:50
Keisei Ueno Staion, main exit of the station at 07:50
McDonald's at Suido-bashi station, in front of McDonald at 08:00
Imperial Hotel, in front of Bell Desk in hotel lobby at 08:10
Hotel New Otani at 8:30
Shinjuku Prince Hotel, the main entrance on 1st floor, at 80:30
The final meeting point is at the LOVE Statue, in front of "Shinjuku i-land" Tower (Nishi Shinjuku) at 08:50