Time: 9:00 - 13:15
Duration: Half Day
Guide: English Speaking Guide,
Audio Guide: Chinese, Korean, Spanish
Visits: Asakusa, Imperial Palace Gardens, Meiji Jingu Shrine, Nakamise Shopping Arcade, Senso-ji Temple
This is one of the most distinguished shrines in the country. Step inside the grounds and be surrounded by a sprawling forest which makes visitors forget about this shrine's urban location.
National Diet Building (drive-by)
See the Japanese Government center from the bus.
East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
One of Tokyo's great hidden locations. This spectacular Japanese garden features a range of beautiful seasonal flowers.
Senso-ji Temple & Nakamise Shopping Street
Senso-ji, Tokyo's oldest temple, offers plenty to see including the bright red Kaminarimon Gate, a statue of the god of thunder, and a five-story pagoda. The bustling street known as "Nakamise" stretches for about 250 m from Kaminarimon Gate to Senso-ji Temple and is filled with a plethora of shops.
13:15 - Yurakucho Station (Ginza)
There is no drop-off service to hotels after the tour ends in Ginza.
*On Mondays, Fridays and other days when the Imperial Palace East Garden is closed, the tour will visit the Imperial Palace Plaza in front of the Nijubashi Bridge instead.
*Children under age 6 may participate for free, but will not be provided with their own bus seats and must sit on the lap of their parent or guardian. If a seat on the bus is required for the child, please make a booking at the child rate.
*The order of activities and arrival times may differ depending on road conditions and congestion at destinations.