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Since its opening in 1958, Tokyo Tower has been the tallest self-supporting steel tower in the world. Mt Fuji can be seen when sky is clear from the observatory deck.
Happoen Garden and tea ceremony
Visit Happoen Garden (which translates to Garden of eight views) and experience a traditional tea ceremony in a tea house built in the compound.
Barbecue style lunch
Imperial Palace Plaza
The tour will briefly stop at Imperial Palace outer garden for some photo opportunities.
Sumida River Cruise
Enjoy a boat ride from a Port of Tokyo, Hinode Pier to Asakusa and see a harmonious blend of old and new Tokyo.
Asakusa Kannon Temple & Nakamise Shopping Street
Famous cultural landmark in Tokyo. Time has stopped here since the Edo Period, Which is reflected by the numerous stores in Asakusa. Take a walk and step back in time.
Nakamise Shopping Street
The temple entrance between Kaminari-mon and Asakusa Kannon Temple is known as Nakamise Street. Lining along the street are approximately 90 shops famous for their sweets, Kimono, toys and crafts. Great place for some souvenir shopping.
Asakusa Kannon Temple
The oldest temple in Tokyo is said to have been built in 628. The entrance, Grand Kaminari-mon Gate is the famous landmark with statues of two Shinto gods, the god of wind and god of thunder, and a giant red lantern weighing 670kg.
Ginza Shopping District (Drive through)
Tour will finish at your hotel at approximately 5.30 – 6.30pm