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  • Fuji one day bus tour

  • Fuji Shiba Sakura Festival venue Iyashinosato ancient japanese village Oishi Park Lake Kawaguchiko Craft Park
  • Fuji  one day bus tour

    JPY7,900~

  • English and Chinese guide Daily Departure Ueno, Shinagawa, Ikebukuro, Shinjuku Dep. Departure time: 7:30 Duration time: about 10 hours40 minute
  • [Ueno, Shinagawa, Ikebukuro, Shinjuku Dep.]Start at Fuji Shibasakura Festival then to the Mt. Fuji area!

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  • 【Skybus Tokyo Tour】Odaiba Night Course

  • Imperial Palace Tokyo Tower Rainbow Bridge Odaiba (rest stop 60min , at AQUA CITY) Rainbow Bridge Tsukiji Ginza Hibiya Marunouchi
  • 【Skybus Tokyo Tour】Odaiba Night Course

    JPY2,300~

  • Multilingual English, Chinese, and Korean Daily Departure Departs from Marunouchi Mitsubishi Building Departure time: 18:30 Duration time:
    about 2 hours
  • Compact TOKYO bus tour without a stopover.Try to hop on our double decker buses for a fun, quick tour of Tokyo!!

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  • Tokyo Night view

  • Aoyama-Dori street Tokyo Midtown Roppongi Tokyo Tower Kabukiza Ginza
  • Tokyo Night view

    JPY2,900~

  • Open-Top Double-Decker Bus Daily Departure Departs from Tokyo Station Marunouchi South Exit
    Hato Bus Stop
    Departure time: 18:30 Duration time: about 2 hours 30 minutes
  • You can see the beautiful night scenery of Tokyo. also you can enjoy with resonable tour fare

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Map & Spot

Tokyo Tokyo tower Haneda Airport Asakusa Enoshima Island Imperial Palace Tokyo sky tree Odaiba Mt.Fuji TokyoStation
Tokyo Tokyo tower Haneda Airport Asakusa Enoshima Island Imperial Palace Tokyo sky tree Odaiba Mt.Fuji Tokyo Station
  • Tokyo tower
  • Haneda Airport
  • Asakusa
  • Enoshima Island
  • Imperial Palace
  • Tokyo sky tree
  • Odaiba
  • Mt.Fuji

SPOT

  • Tokyo tower
  • Tokyo tower

    The Tokyo Tower, officially called Nippon Denpato or "Japan Radio Tower" was first completed in 1958. It is 333 meters tall, and in Japan is second only to the Tokyo Sky Tree in height.

  • Haneda Airport
  • Haneda Airport

    Haneda Airport is a national and international hub that connects many airports in Japan to each other and to the rest of the world. As the airport is easy to access from Tokyo City and has many shops and restaurants, it serves to add an extra layer of enjoyment to your travels. As well as cuisines from many different countries, the airport is equipped with facilities such as a multipurpose hall and luggage delivery services.

  • Asakusa
  • Asakusa

    Asakusa is home to Sensoji, the oldest temple in the 23 wards of Tokyo. For many, the gate to Sensoji with the giant lantern bearing the word "Kaminari Mon" comes to mind when Asakusa is mentioned. Nakamise Dori is also known as the oldest shopping arcade in Japan and offers a wide selection of souvenirs for purchase. The five-layerd pagoda and Asakusa Shrine only serve to add to the atmosphere. A must visit if you are sigh-seeing in Tokyo.
    Nearby there is also a food-sample specialty store where you will find models of various fish, sashimi, sushi, soba, ice cream, cakes, pasta and many other foods. These food samples that you find in the windows of restaurants in Japan also make for popular souvenirs or gifts.

  • Enoshima Island
  • Enoshima Island

    Enoshima is an island easily accessible from Tokyo, taking only around an hour to reach from the city. The island is quickly becoming a popular date spot with its local cuisine, beaches and nature. It is also visited regularly by surfers looking to enjoy the beautiful ocean.

  • Imperial Palace
  • Imperial Palace

    The Kokyo, or Imperial Palace is the Emperor's living quarters situated in the Chiyoda Ward of Tokyo. Tours of the grounds are conducted twice every day starting at 10:00 and 13:00. It is possible to participate in the tours by registering with the Imperial Household Agency. The tours are free, but are not held on Weekends, Public Holidays or from 7/21 - 8/31 or 12/28 - 1/4.
    The most popular area of the outer gardens of the Imperial Palace is the Nijubashi bridge near the main gate. The view of the bridge with the Edo Castle Fushimi Yagura behind is a sight to behold.

  • Tokyo sky tree
  • Tokyo sky tree

    It is 634m and the world tallest tower! You can see it from many places in Tokyo such as Asakusa. At the foot of skytree there is a shopping mall called Soramachi. There are restaurants, souvenir shops, and more to see around.

  • Odaiba
  • Odaiba

    In recent years, Odaiba has been steadily gaining popularity as a tourist destination for shopping, entertainment and cuisine. The replica of the Statue of Liberty is considered the symbol of Odaiba. At the large-scale shopping/entertainment complex Diver City Tokyo Plaza, there is a 1:1 scale Gundam on display. The almost 20 meter tall model of the animated robot is sure to impress Anime fans and non-fans alike.

  • Mt.Fuji
  • Mt.Fuji

    Mount Fuji, a registered World Heritage Site is tallest lone-standing mountain and active volcano in Japan. Beginning in July, Mount Fuji attracts many national and international tourists that climb to the summit to enjoy the exquisite views. Due to ever increasing demand, in recent years there are also bus tours and day trips for international visitors to enjoy.

About Tokyo bus tours

Japan’s capital has it all, fashion, shopping, cuisine, sightseeing, art, and museums, everything is here. Tokyo has an overwhelming presence throughout the whole world as a forefront in leading trends and culture, not to mention numerous sightseeing spots. Perhaps one of its most well known, the World Heritage site Mount Fuji, draws many from overseas to enjoy its beauty.
With a large number of one day bus tours operating from Tokyo to Mount Fuji, not just sightseeing in Tokyo, but also at Mount Fuji is gathering popularity.
Taking advantage of one-day bus tours, half-day tours, and night tours, see all the unmissable sights of Tokyo efficiently! From Asakusa, Odaiba, Kamakura, Tokyo Sky Tree, to the Imperial Palace and more, why not see them all!

FAQ

  • Q.What should I do with my suitcase and large baggage on the day?
  • A.We will keep the trunks of the bus. However, there is no compensation in case of damage, so please leave it at your own responsibility.
  • Q.Can I stop participating in the tour?
  • A.You can leave the group before the tour ends. Please make sure to tell the bus guide on the day that you will leave. However, we will not refund the tour fee for the post-departure process. Also, please note that you will be responsible for the cost of transportation, accommodation and meals.
  • Q.Are the seats next to each other?
  • A.Basically, it is close to the next door or front and back. However, please note that there is a bus tour with non-reserved seats.
  • Q.Can I reserve a seat in advance?
  • A.As a general rule, we do not accept seat reservations. It is a guide or unreserved seat on the day.
  • Q.When preschool childs board same bus, Do I have to pay for it?
  • A.It depends on the tour. If there is no particular fare category or description, you can ride on the bus on your lap, but there is no seat for your child.
  • Q.What happens if the plane/train is late and not in time?
  • A.Basically, if you can't get on the plane or train due to the delay, there will be no refund. Please make a reservation with plenty of time in advance.
  • Q.Is there a toilet in the bus?
  • A.There is no toilet in the basic bus.

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