【Tokyo Half Day Tour】Tokyo Morning Bus Tour: Discover Japanese Culture in Tokyo!

【Tokyo Half Day Tour】Tokyo Morning Bus Tour: Discover Japanese Culture in Tokyo!

  • Join this Tokyo bus tour to experience the bustling global metropolis! Today, Tokyo is a global center of economy and culture that invites the eyes of travelers all around the world. This tour will cover all the must-see landmarks of Tokyo, such as Meiji Jingu Shrine, the imperial palace, and Sensoji Temple. Discover the tradition and history behind Tokyo's modernity, and leave no box unchecked in your Tokyo itinerary with this half-day bus tour!
  • Multilingual audio guides are available in: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin, Indonesian, Thai.
  • Free Wifi service on the bus!!
  • A free pickup service takes you to the departure location, for a safe & easy start to your Tokyo bus tour!

Information

Area Tokyo (Asakusa / Sky Tree, Imperial Palace area)
Meeting place "LOVE" statue in front of Shinjuku i-Land Tower
Access 3 minute walk from "Nishi-Shinjuku"station (Marunouchi Line)
8 minute walk from "Shinjuku-Nishiguchi" station (Oedo Line)
10 minute walk from "Tochomae (Tokyo Metropolitan Government)" station (Oedo Line)
10 minute walk from "Shinjuku" station West exit
Meeting time 8:50
Duration 4 hour 20 minute
Activity Code ACk000702
supported language English and Japanese speaking tour guide accompany the tour. Multilingual audio guide is available (English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, 中文, Bahasa, Thai)
Minimum number of participants 1person

Meeting place

Itinerary

  • ① [9:00am] Depart from “LOVE” statue in front of “Shinjuku i-Land tower”
    ② Meiji Jingu Shrine
    ③ Imperial Palace
    ④ Asakusa: Senso-ji temple, Kaminari-mon and Nakamise shopping avenue
    ⑤Return to Tokyo Station
    
    *This is the half-day morning component of the 1-day Tokyo Tour. Follow the link below for the full-day experience.
    • Free Pickup service
      <Tokyo Pickup Service Locations & Times>
      
      1. (7:35 am) Royal Park Hotel
      2. (7:35 am) Agora Place Asakusa Hotel
      3. (7:50 am) Shiba Park Hotel
      4. (7:50 am) Keisei Ueno station
      5. (8:00 am) Apple store Ginza
      6. (8:00 am) McDonald's Suido-bashi Sotobori-dori Branch
      7. (8:10 am) Imperial Hotel
      8. (8:10 am) The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo
      9. (8:30 am) Shibuya Tokyu Rei Hotel
      10. (8:30 am) Shinjuku Prince Hotel
      11. (8:30 am) Hotel New Otani
      
      *Pickup service will be unavailable during July 10th to Sept. 8th due to the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
    • 9:00 - Departure from Shinjuku, Tokyo! The Tokyo Morning Bus Tour Begins
      The morning half-day Tokyo bus tour departs from the "LOVE" statue, in front of Shinjuku I-land Tower.
      Are you ready to enjoy every experience that Tokyo can throw at you? Remember to arrive 10 minutes ahead of the clock, at around 8:50!
    • Meiji Jingu Shrine: Tokyo's oasis of nature
      Meiji Jingu, founded in 1920, is one of the most famous Shinto shrine in Tokyo. The shrine are filled every new years with the people of Tokyo, all looking to pray for a prosperous year ahead. The approximately 100,000 trees planted within the premises are all hand-planted! Despite the shrine being located smack in Harajuku, one of Tokyo's most popular entertainment districts, it is incredibly nature-rich and quiet; it's truly Tokyo's oasis of nature! Experience a time of serenity, away from the hustle of Tokyo's urbanity.
    • The Imperial Palace: Remembering the Times of Old
      The Imperial Palace, located in the center of Tokyo, has been the home of every emperor since the Meiji era. With its vast plot of land the size of 25 Tokyo Domes, the Imperial Palace is loved by Tokyo's People as a jogging course, picnic site, and much more. The classical, dignified demeanor of the architecture and sceneries tell the story of Tokyo's ever-moving history.
    • Asakusa Sensoji Temple: Encountering Japanese tradition
      Sensoji Temple of Asakusa, with grand vermillion Kaminarimon gate, and giant lantern, is possibly the most iconic temple in Tokyo. With a history tracing back to the year 628, it is also Tokyo's oldest temple. Despite being subjected to countless fires and disasters over its long history, it continues to stand today as a symbol of the common people and the local merchant culture. Over 30 million people annually visit Sensoji Temple, making it one of the most popular sightseeing destinations in japan. All the meanwhile, Sensoji Temple still retains the vibes of its old-town days, with street vendors and rickshaw pullers dotting the roads. Enjoy a walk through Japanese tradition, and Tokyo's olden days!

Caution

Included in the fee
- English speaking guide
- Bus fee
- Multilingual Audio guide rental
- Wi-Fi service
Not included in the fee
All expenses not listed above
Notes
- The destinations and itinerary order is subject to change depending on traffic, weather, and otherwise unforeseeable circumstances. In the case that a destination is not operating on the day of the bus tour, it will be substituted with an alternative destination.
- Audio-guides are available in multiple languages. (English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Indonesian, Thai)
- Participants over the age of 12 will be charged at adult pricing. Participants of ages 4~11 will be charged at child pricing. Children under the age of 3 may participate, only when accompanied by a guardian. Such participants will not receive meal services.
Facility
Wi-Fi service available on the bus
Cancellation policy
If cancellations are made on the participant's circumstances, the following cancellation fees will be charged:
- 8 or more days prior to the tour: No Charge
- 7 days ~ 2 days prior to the tour: 30% of the tour fee
- 1 day prior to the tour: 40% of the tour fee
- On the day of, prior to the starting time of the tour: 50% of the tour fee
- After the tour's departure, or without notice: 100% of the tour fee
Special Notes
<Pick up Service> 
*Pick up service will be unavailable during 10th July to 8th Sep due to Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.

1. (7:35 am) Royal Park Hotel
2. (7:35 am) Agora Place Asakusa Hotel
3. (7:50 am) Shiba Park Hotel
4. (7:50 am) Keisei Ueno station
5. (8:00 am) Apple store Ginza
6. (8:00 am) McDonald's Suido-bashi Sotobori-dori Branch
7. (8:10 am) Imperial Hotel
8. (8:10 am) The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo
9. (8:30 am) Shibuya Tokyu Rei Hotel
10. (8:30 am) Shinjuku Prince Hotel
11. (8:30 am) Hotel New Otani
Operating Company
Japan Panoramic Tours

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