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What To Expect
View Japan's classical and modern sights as this bus tour drives past the National Diet Building to visit the Imperial Palace East Garden. Afterwards take a stroll through the colorful stores lining the Nakamise Shopping Arcade leading up to Sensoji Temple, Tokyo's oldest and most famous Buddhist temple. Enjoy lunch at Pastel-tei restaurant while looking over the beautiful Hamarikyu Gardens. Take a cruise around Tokyo Bay before crossing the Rainbow Bridge to Odaiba, a futuristic waterfront city that has become one of Tokyo's most popular areas.
09:00 Leave Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal and visit the following places by bus.
Meiji Jingu Shrine (30 minutes) - Meiji Jingu, Japan's most famous Shinto shrine, is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and his consort. See the National Diet Building en route to the Imperial Palace.
Imperial Palace East Garden* (40 minutes) - Here you'll find the stone foundation of old Edo Castle, which is all that remains of its central keep. Take a stroll in one of the vast inner gardens of the Imperial Palace. (40 min.) On Mondays and Fridays when the Imperial Palace East Garden is closed, this tour will visit the Imperial Palace Plaza instead.
Sensoji Temple (Asakusa Kannon) and Nakamise-dori (40 minutes) - Sensoji is the oldest and most popular temple in Tokyo. The promenade leading to the temple, called Nakamise-dori, is lined on both sides by many small food and souvenir shops. See Ginza, the most celebrated shopping district in Tokyo, en route to lunch.
Yurakucho (starting 01 January 2017) - Japanese dance activity at Tokyo Tourist Information Center Yarakucho
Tokyo Bay Cruise (50 minutes) ** - Board the Symphony, a modern and luxurious ship, for a 50-minute cruise around Tokyo Bay.
Rainbow Bridge and Odaiba (30 minutes) - Drive to Odaiba, a futuristic city built on reclaimed land, which is next to man-made island fortresses from the Edo Period in Tokyo Bay.
Hotel pick-up service
Services of an English-speaking guide
Tips and gratuities
Pick ups are available from selected Tokyo hotels. ( View Hotel Pick-up List).
If your hotel is not in the list, you may choose to proceed to the Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal or be picked up at a hotel in the list that is nearest you. Please indicate your choice upon booking.
*On Mondays, Fridays and other days when the Imperial Palace East Gardens is closed, the tour will visit Imperial Palace Plaza instead.
** The Tokyo Bay Cruise will last for 40 minutes.
The tour will end at Tokyo Station's Marunouchi South Exit.
GPS-equipped audio guides are available in Chinese and Spanish (please request during booking).
Vegetarian option for lunch is not available.
Starting 01 January 2017, audio-guide will be available in Chinese, Korean, Spanish, French, Thai, Indonesian and Vietnamese languages.
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