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CITYRAMA Tokyo Morning

Departure:Daily

See Meiji-jingu Shrine, Tokyo’s most important shrine, followed by a visit to the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Mondays and Fridays, visit the Imperial Palace Nijubashi Bridge instead). GPS-equipped headphone guides provide clear explanations in four languages (Korean, Chinese, Spanish and Japanese).
*With pick-up service at your hotel (service not available at some hotels).

Course No. Fare Estimated time Meal Language
A306 Adult 5,000 yen
Child 2,900 yen
9:00–13:15
(*Disband at Yurakucho)
No meals included English
Course No. A306
Fare Adult 5,000 yen/Child 2,900 yen
Estimated time 9:00–13:15
(*Disband at Yurakucho)
Meal No meals included
Language English
  • meiji_jingu

    Meiji-jingu Shrine(For image only)

  • Kaminarimon

    Asakusa Kaminarimon(For image only)

  • Asakusa

    Asakusa and Nakamise Street(For image only)

  • Japanese dance

    Japanese dance(For image only)

  • meiji_jingu

    Meiji-jingu Shrine(For image only)

  • Kaminarimon

    Asakusa Kaminarimon(For image only)

  • Asakusa

    Asakusa and Nakamise Street(For image only)

  • Japanese dance

    Japanese dance(For image only)

Itinerary

Constructed in 1920, the shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Its vast grounds in an abundantly natural setting consist of two areas: the inner garden, where the main building of the Shinto shrine is situated, and the outer garden, which includes the Meiji Kinenkan hall, famous as a wedding venue, and a sports stadium.

Meiji-jingu Shrine

This used to be a castle that housed generations of Tokugawa shoguns, the administrators of the Tokugawa government in Edo, but with the Meiji Restoration it became the residence and palace of the Imperial Family. Surrounded by a moat and an abundant variety of trees, it is like a world apart situated right in the middle of Tokyo. *If Imperial Palace East Gardens is closed (Mon, Fri, Jan.1-3, Dec.23, special closed day ), we will take you to Nijyubashi bridge instead of it.

Nakamise Street is a shopping arcade running from Kaminarimon Gate to the Buddhist temple Senso-ji lined with around 90 shops. Its history goes back to the latter half of the 17th century, and its rows of shops selling uniquely Japanese souvenirs such as fans and kimonos as well as traditional foods such as rice crackers offer a truly grand spectacle.

asakusa

Enjoy to see the Japanese Dance.

dance


*On days the Imperial Palace East Gardens are closed, the course will wander over to take in the Palace's beautiful Nijubashi Bridge.
*Tour combined with PANORAMIC TOKYO A307.
*Drop-off service after the end of the tour is not available.