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  • Tokyo Mizube Cruising Line
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Yokoami 1-2-15
    The Tokyo Mizube Cruising Line is a water bus that travels along the Sumida River, Arakawa River and Rinkai areas. It offers various courses including not only the standard cruises but event and charter cruises. The “Asakusa-Odaiba Cruise” which tours from the Asakusa area to the Rainbow Bridge and Odaiba area is popular for viewing the Senbonzakura (thousands of cherry trees) in Sumida Park in the spring season, while the night cruise that allows guests to take in Tokyo’s splendid night scenery is recommended for dates.
  • Tokyo Cruise Asakusa Pier
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Hanakawado 1-1-1
    "Tokyo Cruise Asakusa Pier is located around one minute's walk from Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tobu Isesaki Line), and around three minutes' walk from Toei Asakusa Station. Visitors can use Asakusa Pier to board Tokyo Cruise boat services that take passengers to visit tourist spots located near the river or in Tokyo Bay, including Hama-rikyu Gardens, Hinode Pier, and Odaiba Seaside Park. The distinctive ""Himiko"" water-bus that travels to Toyosu was designed by Manga comic book artist Matsumoto Reiji with the aim of creating a boat that ""children will want to ride on as soon as they see it."" On-board announcements are made in the voices of characters from popular TV cartoon series ""The Galaxy Express 999."" Other Tokyo Cruise boats with distinctive designs include the ""Hotaluna"" and ""Emeraldas."""
  • SKY Duck amphibious bus
    20 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Narihira 1-17-6
    The Sky Duck is an amphibious bus that looks like a boat with tires attached and provides tours of Tokyo. The bus travels from Tokyo Skytree through the streets of Tokyo on the Kyunaka River, leaving the water to return back to the Skytree via land roads. The highlight of the tour is the “splash point,” when the bus drives full speed into the water with everyone on board, creating an exciting jolt and raising a great plume of water. The Sky Duck tour takes approximately 100 minutes. The bus makes a popular activity to enjoy either before or after checking out Tokyo Skytree itself. Tokyo Skytree Station is the closest station to bus boarding station.

    After I read the reviews, I knew what to expect, but I still wanted to ride it just to see. Even though Tokyo is such a dynamic city, they've managed to choose the least impressive route with...

  • Tokyo Cruise Ship
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Hanakawado 1-1-1
    This water bus gives riders the chance to see the neighborhoods of Tokyo and Tokyo Bay from the water during their trip and operates three routes traveling from the Tokyo Cruise Ship dock in Asakusa to Hamarikyu, Hinode Pier, and Odaiba Seaside Park. In addition to the Shitamachi area sprawling along the Sumida River, riders can enjoy the shipboard announcements which introduce the various distinctive bridges along the way. On the Himiko, a ship designed by manga artists Leiji Matsumoto, announcements are provided by characters from his famed work, Galaxy Express 999. Asakusa Station is the closest station to the Asakusa boarding dock.
  • Honjo Life Safety Learning Center
    21 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Yokokawa 4-6-6
    A museum and safety learning center where visitors can experience mock disasters and learn how to protect themselves in the event of a fire, earthquake, or other hazardous event. Faculties include an earthquake simulator and smoke simulator; as well as freely perusable 119 (emergency telephone number), quiz, and other educational exhibits. Reservations for the museum's simulations are booked a year in advance. There are cancellations on occasion, however, so it is possible to call and see if an earlier slot is available.

    Saturday 11:55 of course running late again, they have started at 11:50 but they were so nice and gave us a private tour and we were able to watch and try everything. Smoke, earthquake...

  • Sumidagawa Line
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taito-ku Hanakawado 1-1-1
    This cruise line leaves from the Asakusa Azuma Bridge and follows a 40-minute, one-way course via Hama Rikyu Gardens, traveling under 13 bridges and ending at Hinode Pier. Riders can enjoy the seasonal scenery as they pass under the various bridges spanning the Sumida River. The ultra-modern Hotaluna and Himiko boats, designed by manga and anime master Leiji Matsumoto, resemble space ships. There are many other boats with a variety of designs which are named after eminent figures connected to the ocean and Tokyo, such as the Ryoma and Kaishu, and riders can enjoy Tokyo from their decks.
  • Tokyo Cruise Ship HIMIKO
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taito-ku
  • yakatafune sumidagawakudari
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Sumida-ku Honjo 1-chome 3-11
  • Rainbow Bridge Shuyu corse
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Sumida-ku Yokoami 1-chome 2-15
  • Ichinichi Yurari Tabi
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Sumida-ku Yokoami 1-chome 2-15
  • Tanaka Ya
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Taito-ku Yanagibashi 1-chome 3-5
  • Ami Sei
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taito-ku Kaminarimon 2-chome 1-12
  • Turikiyo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Komagata 2-1-3
  • Tsuri Sho
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Narihira 4-chome 18-13
  • Arakawa Maru
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Kita-ku Higashijujo 1-chome 17-1
  • Amiben
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Edogawa-ku Edogawa 4-20-8
  • Ami Take
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Edogawa-ku Higashi-Kasai 3-15-8
  • Funatoku
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Adachi-ku Sano 1-8-9
  • Houseboat Tokyo Metropolitan cooperative reservation desk
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Yanagibashi 1-5-10
  • Make-up art Machiya
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Arakawa-ku Arakawa 6-53-11

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