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Tokyo Highlights, Imperial Palace, Kiyosumi Garden, Ukiyo-e Museum

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7 hours

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From 09:00

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Group 1+

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Tokyo Highlights, Imperial Palace, Kiyosumi Garden, Ukiyo-e Museum

What you'll do

The Tour starts with Morning stroll in East garden, Imperial palace where the visitors can enjoy seasonal flowers while seeing the remains of the Edo castle such as the stone walls and moats. Then head to Tsukiji fish market, lively place to encounter good sushi and traditional Japanese cuisines. After lunch visit Kiyosumi garden featuring many stones collected from nationwide by Mitsubishi founder, Iwasaki Yataro. The last destination is Ryogoku area known for its Sumo stadium, where the guests visit the museum among Sumo museum, Sumida Hokusai Ukiyo-e museum, Sword museum and Fukagawa Edo museum (option).

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    Morning stroll at Imperial Palace located on the old site of Edo Castle and surrounded by moats and stone walls. The Imperial Palace covering 90 hectares of forests plays a role as lung of the metropolis. You can enjoy various flows throughout the years like Shogun used to in East Garden of Imperial Palace.
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    Tsukiji is lively food park, the right place to encounter traditional Japanese cuisine. Tsukiji market is the best and lively place to buy not only fresh fish but vegetables and fruits, tea, dried fish, pickled vegetables and kitchen utensils. Long line of tourists wanting to eat raw fish on the spot in front of sushi restaurants before noon.

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    Used to be owned by founder of Mitsubishi, Yataro Iwasaki, now Kiyosumi Garden is a public park designated as the Place of scenic Beauty by Tokyo Government. The garden features innumerable stones used as bridges, stepping stones over the pond, and stones for a dried waterfall. They were collected from nationwide by steamships owned Iwasaki family's company.

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    Stroll along Ryogoku area where Sumo Stadium, many Sumo stables, Sumo museum and other sumo related attractions can be found. Ryogoku is the center of Sumo world.

    Duration: 60 Minutes

    Admission Ticket Not Included

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    Edo-Tokyo museum displays 400 years of history and life culture from Edo era to the present day using replicas. Life of ordinary people in those days are lively replicated and can be experienced with hands on displays. The museum covers wide varieties of themes and eras, but the guide will make a brief tour responding to your requests.

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What's not included


Private transportation

Admission fee for Sumida Hokusai Museum: 400yen/adult, 300 yen/student


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Not wheelchair accessible

Not stroller accessible

Not suitable for pets

Infants must not sit on laps

Not recommended for people with back problems

Not recommended for pregnant travelers

Not recommended for people with heart conditions

Gratuities : Your tour guides gratuities are NOT included in the cost of your tour package. Although, not compulsory, tipping is expected and is an expression of your satisfaction with the people who have assisted you throughout your tour. Although it may not be customary to you, it is of considerable significance to the tour guide who will take care of you for the entire day. As a guide for you, based upon the cost of the tour booked: 10% - $12 | 15% - $18 | 20% - $24 (suggested gratuities are per person)

The tour guide will meet you at your hotel's lobby.


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Cancellation policy

A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

No refund is possible if you cancel less than 24 hours before the activity start time.

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