Explore the top sights in Odaiba, a waterfront Tokyo neighborhood, by bike during this fun cycling adventure that also includes a visit to the famous Tsukiji Market. This 6-hour cycle tour is a great way to get a sense for the rhythms of daily life that give this unique island-based Tokyo neighborhood its character and personality.
Begin your Odaiba bike adventure in front of the Quraz Building near Kachidoki station in the morning, where you’ll meet your group and guide. Continue first by foot to the nearby Tsukiji Market, where you’ll begin your exploration of this massive seafood warehouse and commercial center. Spend some time wandering the seemingly endless aisles of vendors at this fascinating facility selling just about any type of sea creature you can imagine.
Proceed from Tsukiji with your guide across the Rainbow Bridge and into the Odaiba district proper. As you cross over this 2,618-foot-long (798m) bridge, admire grand views of greater Tokyo Bay, making sure to check out the solar-powered lights that illuminate the bridge in rainbow colors each evening.
Finish crossing the bridge and hop aboard your bike to begin your exploration of the rest of Odaiba. A bike is one of the best ways to explore Odaiba’s sights given the area’s sprawling size. Your comfortable bike offers the perfect vehicle for beginning and expert cyclists alike to discover this massive area. Follow along as your guide directs you past some of the top scenic historic sights of the area, stopping first at the sandy beaches of Odaiba Marine Park, set along a quiet cove in the bay.
Then pedal on to DiverCity Tokyo Plaza, a local nexus for entertainment, dining and shopping situated along the water. Take some time to purchase lunch at your own expense from the vast selection of restaurants on offer.
Following lunch, climb aboard a waiting ship nearby to begin your cruise of Tokyo Bay, motoring along the water route between Odaiba and Hinode Pier. Then disembark the boat, getting directions from your guide to your next destination, or continue the fun and shopping in the area nearby.
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