【Tokyo/Tsukiji】E-bike Tour & Sushi Lunch in Tokyo's Bustling Morning Streets!

【Tokyo/Tsukiji】E-bike Tour & Sushi Lunch in Tokyo's Bustling Morning Streets!

  • Rise and shine for a refreshing bike tour through Tokyo’s morning! Tokyo is a city of constant innovation and unchanging tradition; the more you explore, the more you’ll find, both new and old! On this tour, you'll be taking your E-bike to iconic, historic locations like Nihon-bashi, Tsukishima, and Tsukiji. At Tsukiji, the tour will wrap up with mouthful of fresh, authentic sushi for lunch!
  • To old-town alleys, and the ends of wharfs… this tour is full of places that only a bike tour will take you to. This is your chance to experience Tokyo up-close, and discover new things about the city that you never noticed before!
  • The motor-assisted E-bike is a joy to ride, and you hardly need to pedal! Let the bike do the work, as it glides with ease over the many ups and downs of Tokyo’s streets.

Information

Area Tokyo (Akihabara, Tokyo Bay area, Ginza / Tsukiji)
Meeting place MAACH ecute KANDA MANSEIBASHI S4 1-25-4 kandasudacho Chiyoda-ku Tokyo
Access 5-minute walk from Akihabara Station
Meeting time Please arrive by the starting time
Duration About 3 hours
Activity Code ACk002906
supported language English
Minimum number of participants 1person

Meeting place

Itinerary

  • ① Nihonbashi
    ② Tsukishima
    ③ Harumi Wharf
    ④ Tsukiji (Lunch)
    *The route is subject to change according to circumstances.
    • The E-bike tour begins at mAAch Ecute Mansebashi!
      You’ll be renting your E-bikes from “Docomo Bike-share Cycle Station”. It’s located inside the commercial complex “mAAch Ecute Manseibashi.” It’ll be hard to miss, with the red E-bikes lined up in front!
      Once everybody is ready, it’s time to depart on your bike tour! The motor assist on the E-bikes will help you get up and down Tokyo's many hills. With hardly any pedaling, the bike will keep going exactly where you want; it’s a liberating cycling experience!
    • Nihonbashi Bridge: A Memento of Tokyo's History
      In the Edo period, Nihonbashi Bridge was the starting point of many voyages across the Tokaido “Eastern Sea Route” connecting Tokyo to Kyoto. The current bridge that has come to symbolize the city with its stone, dual arch construction, is actually the 20th! Even as 400 years pass after its birth, the bridge continues to be loved by Tokyo's people as an important piece of the city’s history. Take a good look at the bridge, and the centuries of stories etched into its stone!
      The winged statue standing in the center of the bridge is of the mythological beast Kirin. This is a rare winged depiction of the beast, sculpted in tribute to the many voyages that “took off” from this location.
    • Tsukishima: Seeing Tokyo's Past and Present
      Tsukishima, Tokyo has some of the richer historical backgrounds of the city. It is also a hotspot of Monja-yaki, with over 60 restaurants in the area serving the popular dish. Tsukishima also retains much of its old townscape. Walk into any major street of Tsukishima and you will see densely packed rows of traditionally styled buildings.
      On the other hand, the surroundings of Tsukishima station are full of the hyper-modern; with its commercial venues and high-rises, Tsukishima becomes a great place to discover Tokyo’s past and present, all in one place!
    • Harumi Wharf: A secret viewpoint, only for those who know!
      Harumi Wharf grants you a wide view of the Tokyo Bay, on top of which crosses the beautiful Rainbow Bridge, a structure synonymous with the City itself. Getting here is where the bike tour shines! The wharf is hard to access by car and public transit, making it a lesser-known place for tourism. With an amazing backdrop all to yourselves, ready your cameras for some amazing shots!
    • Tsukiji: A bustling marketplace, full of the merchants' energy!
      Tsukiji is a city known best for the “Tsukiji Market”, one of the largest wholesale seafood markets in the world! Originally, Tsukiji Market’s purpose was to host fisheries, buyers, and their fish auctions, but the prospects of fresh seafood and the market’s bustling atmosphere has attracted many tourists from the world. The auctioning and wholesale for businesses currently takes place in Toyosu, but Tsukiji still houses many restaurants and stores serving fresh seafood to its visitors. The energy in the area remains unchanged!
      Many stores in Tsukiji open early, and by the time noon rolls around, the hustle has settled and some stores have begun closing. This tour will take you to here in the morning to give you the full experience of Tsukiji Market’s atmosphere!
    • Sushi Lunch: the moment you've been waiting for!
      It’s finally time for lunch! What better way is there to experience Tsukiji than some great sushi? With their abundant knowledge of the Tsukiji area, your guide will pick out an amazing sushi restaurant for you to try! Taste the freshest seafood taken straight from Tsukiji, the city of fish markets!
      
      *Lunch is not included in the initial tour fee

Caution

Included in the fee
Guide Fee, Bike Fee, Snack & Bottled Drinks, Insurance,Tax
Not included in the fee
Any other fees not stated above
Notes
・The tour may be cancelled due to poor weather.
・Participants must be at least 10 years old, and over 130cm tall.
・You must be able to ride a bicycle.
・A maximum of 6 people per booking.
*Lunch is not included in the tour fee
Things to bring
Not specified
Cancellation policy
The day before: 50% of the reservation fee.
On the day or no show: 100% of the reservation fee.
Operating Company
Japan Attendant

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