Cityrama Tokyo Morning

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Cityrama Tokyo Morning

Visit Meiji Shrine, the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace, and Senso-ji Temple with an English-speaking interpreter guide on this sightseeing bus tour of Tokyo. Multilingual audio guides are available in Chinese, Korean, Spanish, French, Thai, Indonesian and Vietnamese, so participate worry-free.

Experience the culture and natural setting of Japan by visiting sites including Meiji Shrine, a location lush with foliage which draws the most visitors of any shrine in Japan at the start of the new year, and an Imperial Japanese garden.

Price : Adult (age 12+)
Child (age 6-11)
Infant (age 0-5)
Price : Adult (age 12+) JPY5,000
Child (age 6-11) JPY2,660
Infant (age 0-5)  FREE
Duration : approx. 4 hours
Departs : Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal - 09:00 (Everyday)
Visits : [Tokyo] Meiji Jingu Shrine / National Diet Building (drive-by) / Imperial Palace East Garden / Sensoji Temple / Ginza (drive-by)
Includes : English-speaking interpreter guide, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour
Plan Meals Price
Adult Child
Cityrama Tokyo Morning No Lunch JPY5,000 JPY2,660
※ Children (6-11 years), Infants (0-5 years. Meals, seating and other such services are not included)
Departure Dates
04 Jan - 30 Dec : Daily

18, 25 Feb

NoEvent / Visit
Meiji Jingu Shrine (30 min)

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 centre from the bus.

East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (45 min)

One of Tokyo's great hidden locations. This spectacular Japanese garden features a range of beautiful seasonal flowers. *The tour will visit the Imperial Palace Plaza in front of Nijubashi Bridge instead on Mondays and Fridays.

Sensoji Temple (Asakusa Kannon) and Nakamise-dori (45 min)

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.

Ginza (drive-by)

From the window get a look at Ginza, where rows of luxury brand shops, and recently 'fast fashion' retailers, line the streets.

Pickup service : Convenient pickup service is available available at major hotels in Tokyo. (see hotel list)
Tour Operator : JTB Japan Travel Corp.
Departs : Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal (09:00)
Disband : Disband at Yurakucho Station, the tour concludes upon arrival. (13:15)
Guide : English Speaking Guide
Participants : Minimum 1 - Maximum 20
Meal : Not included.
Remarks :
  • 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.
  • Participants on this tour may ride along with customers on other tours.
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