Rivers / Waterfalls in Tokyo
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- Ueno / Asakusa / Ryogoku
- Shinjuku / Yoyogi
- Kanda / Akihabara
- Ome / Okutama
- Akasaka / Azabu / Roppongi
- Ikebukuro / Sugamo
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- Machida / Takao / Hachioji
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Meguro River cherry blossoms
- The Meguro River is one of Tokyo’s most famous cherry blossom viewing destinations, particularly along the four -kilometer-long stretch through fashionable Nakameguro. It’s a picturesque spot to wander even outside of the sakura season, with lots of stylish shops and cafes lining the river banks. If you visit after dark during the hanami season, the cherry blossoms are beautifully illuminated, with live music to accompany people as they picnic beneath the trees. It’s a completely relaxed and uniquely Japanese atmosphere that shouldn’t be missed.
Riding Tokyo's Water Buses
- From bullet trains, subways, buses, and go karts, Tokyo truly has everything covered in the public transportation department. But, what will guarantee you a truly unique experience? Travel from one destination to the next via water bus. Found in Tokyo Bay and the Sumida river, these large boats are able to both transport and awe visitors at the same time. Travelers can marvel at Tokyo’s architectural wonders and the artificial islands through the clear windows of the water bus. Riding Tokyo's Water Buses There are four main lines that run through water, the most famous being the Asakusa-Odaiba direct line. The boat runs along the Sumida river from Asakusa pier to Odaiba seaside park. The journey takes about 70 minutes in total. The Himiko boat runs on this route, a spaceship-inspired, translucent vessel that gives passengers a 360-degree view of the city. The boat was designed by anime artist Leiji Matsumoto, who is well known for popular science fiction animes. The fare for the Himiko is a little higher at 1,560 yen for adults. About two to four of these boats run per day, so be sure to check the daily schedule before departing. The Himiko does not run on on the second Tuesday and Wednesday of every month, excluding August for peak tourist season. There is also a regular boat option where passengers can sit on a deck. The ticket fare is 1,260. Riding Tokyo's Water Buses Riding Tokyo's Water Buses ©NAVITIME JAPAN. Travel Info Check out our travel tips to make your trip better!
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