Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour

Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour

Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour
Old and New Tokyo E-Assisted Bike Tour

Overview

No power? No time? Don't worry any more. An e-assisted bike with a skillful trilingual guide will take you to places that an ordinary tourist will dream to visit but may not be able to access. You will find your own Tokyo in the most efficient way.

Highlights

  • Explore most of the landmarks of Tokyo in the most efficient way
  • Browse through off-the-beaten paths, so that you will find your own Tokyo
  • Places to visit include the iconic Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, the Imperial Palace, man-made islands of Tsukishima, Toyosu, etc.
  • Pass through small paths and alleys in Yanaka and Fukagawa
  • Try and taste traditional Japanese pastries and street foods on the way

Key Information

Description

This is a semi-private tour of up to 4 people in a very friendly atmosphere, flexible in time and the course. Starting time 9 am and 1 pm, duration for 3 hours each. Gather at our meeting point at JR Tokyo Station (details shall be confirmed upon reservation). There are two courses: 1. Historic Tokyo This covers mainly historic places in Tokyo, including the following: Kanda Myojin Shrine, Yushima Tenjin, Ueno Park, Nezu Jinja Shrine, Sensoji Temple (Tokyo's landmark temple in Asakusa), Tokyo Skytree, sumo town Ryogoku, and Akihabara. We also browse through small back alleys of Yanaka and stop at some of the food shops in Yanaka Ginza. You will cover the places that should not be missed. 2. Tradition and evolution of Tokyo Starting from the Imperial Palace, we visit places where the tradition and evolution of Tokyo, an element that characterizes the charms of this attractive city, are combined. Places to visit include: The Imperial Palace, Tokyo Station, National Diet, man-made but an historic island of Tsukishima, Tsukudajima, historic district of Fukagawa and its iconic temple Fukagawa Fudodo, and Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine. We also visit a sumo stable, a wrestlers' home/training place. On our way, we stop at some local food shops to taste the local food.