Friendly and knowledgeable guide with a wide variety of things to see. We saw the imperial palace, fish market, kabuki theater, and several other locations before having some sweet bread while overlooking a river.
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So much to see, so little time! Get a complete overview of Tokyo in this 4-hour e-Bike tour of the biggest city in the world. This tour is the perfect balance between comfort and exercice. With our electric bikes you will not get too tired and the tour is suited to all fitness levels. Discovering the depth of culture and history that Tokyo has to offer with the breeze of the bikes complemented by the guide's comprehensive knowledge of Japanese Culture and History. See the imperial palace, visit the Tsukiji fish market and eat some fish delicacies, technology, culture, history, religion, food you'll get it all! Get the gist of Japan in only 4 hours.
Our guides are expert in Japanese culture and history, enjoy their conversation fully in a small group tour with no more than 8 people. Ask them all that you want to know about Japan!
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We had a great time on the bike tour! One of our favorite parts was the fish market, Roland knows a lot about tokyo's buildings and history and we saw parts of Tokyo we otherwise wouldn't have seen. We thought it was great value for...More
What a way to spend a morning in Tokyo, this was a fantastic way to see the sites with an experienced tour guide. Roland was very knowledgeable, he had studied Japanese history and was able to inform us about many sites along the way. The...More
This is by all means cool tour through central Tokyo. You get to see some cool places and hear wonderful stories about some famous city places from a wonderful guide Roland. European that speaks great both English and Japanese. Both of us enjoyed this tour...More
We loved everything about our time on the tour, if you’re contemplating it don’t just do it. The electric bikes are easy to operate (our first time) Total value for money and a great way to spend time exploring the city. Roland was super friendly,...More