5 Hours Nihonbashi area Tour Let's enjoy fascinating city Nihonbashi.

Course No.B-022

Nihonbashi is a major commercial area since Edo period. This area has many interesting spot to see that adults can enjoy, such as "Origin of Roads in Japan", popular Shrines, the specialty shop that has long history, buildings that designated as important cultural property of Japan, and etc.
We'll recommend to the people who has been Tokyo for several times too.

Itinerary

  • Pick up
  • Nihonbashi (drive through)
  • Bank of Japan (drive through)
  • Coredo Muromachi (Shopping or take lunch / 90min.)
  • Mitsui Memorial Museum / Koami Shrine /
    Suitengu Shrine /
    walk Ningyocho Nihonbashi /
    Currency Museum Bank of Japan 
    (Choose 2~3 Spots / 120min.)
  • Drop off
  • Nihonbashi

    Nihonbashi, major commercial area in the Edo period (1603-1867), is the starting point of five major roads that lead into and out of Tokyo. Today, the Nihonbashi bridge carries a bronze signpost with the words "Origin of Roads in Japan," and the location is used as a base point to measure distances from Tokyo.
    Since it's located near central Tokyo, there are many new buildings and shopping center, but also, there are many traditional Japanese sweets shop, craft shop and restaurants that established in the Edo period too. You can enjoy modern side and traditional side of Tokyo.
  • Bank of Japan

    Bank of Japan issues banknotes as the only one issuer of Japan.
    The office is once located in Eitaibashi and moved to the site of a former gold mint (the Kinza).
    The Bank of Japan Head office is known for being the first national institution to be designed by Kingo Tatsuno, and completed in 1896.
    With a reservation, you can take a guided tour of the Main Building.
    Also, in front of head office, there is "Currency Museum" that you can study about Japanese Monetary and Economics through old coins and related materials.
  • Coredo Muromachi

    Comprised of four separate but adjunct skyscraper and shopping zones (Muromachi 1, 2, and 3), Coredo Muromachi is an ambitious complex that includes restaurants, stores, cinema, etc. Some of them dating back centuries, showcasing the finest traditional crafts and gourmet foods from all over Japan.
    Coredo Muromachi has many specialty shops, such as Gold-leaf Products store "HAKUZA NIHONBASHI", "Nihonbashi Kiya" the Japanese knives store that established 1792, and Taiwan Lifestyle & Bookstore "Seihin seikatsu nihonbashi".
  • Koami Shrine

    Having survived the firebombing of Tokyo in World War II, Koami Shrine is revered as a strong source of luck and protection from evil.
    The shrine contains “a well for washing money” and it is said that if you wash the money and put into the wallet, you will have good luck with money. That's why this shrine is also called “Tokyo Zeniarai Benten".
  • Suitengu Shrine

    Located in Nihonbashi, Suitengu Shrine often crowded with hopeful couples and expecting mothers praying for safe childbirth. If you touch one of your zodiac sign around the dogs, you will be blessed with child and safe birth.

Departure Time

  • Free
  • 8:30
  • 9:00
  • 9:30
  • 10:00
  • 10:30
  • 13:00
  • 14:00
  • At night

You have not chosen a departure time. You can choose a time from 8:00 to 15:00 (30-minute slots).

Service area

  • Pickup area

    Chiyoda ward / Chuo ward / Minato ward / Shinjuku ward / Bunkyo ward / Taito ward / Sumida ward / Koto ward / Shinagawa ward / Meguro ward / Ota ward / Setagaya ward / Shibuya ward / Nakano ward / Suginami ward / Toshima ward / Kita ward / Arakawa ward / Itabashi ward / Nerima ward / Adachi ward / Katsushika ward / Edogawa ward

  • Dropoff area

    Chiyoda ward / Chuo ward / Minato ward / Shinjuku ward / Bunkyo ward / Taito ward / Sumida ward / Koto ward / Shinagawa ward / Meguro ward / Ota ward / Setagaya ward / Shibuya ward / Nakano ward / Suginami ward / Toshima ward / Kita ward / Arakawa ward / Itabashi ward / Nerima ward / Adachi ward / Katsushika ward / Edogawa ward

If you wish to be picked up or dropped off at places other than the above areas, please contact us through "Customized course" to arrange your route.

Note

  • This course will start from 1st April 2021.
  • The arrangement of itinerary and staying time of each spot may change; it depend on your pick up/drop off point and traffic condition.
  • Please note that the itinerary may change due to the situation of COVID-19 outbreak.
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