We had a great time on this tour. It was nice to see lesser known parts of Tokyo and learn more about the culture and customs. I was a little worried that biking so far would be difficult, but it certainly didn't feel like we...More
Meet your small tour group in front of the Tokyo Opera City Tower. Your guide, who provides a bike and helmet for the ride, knows the best ways around the busy city streets, and ensures that everyone is cycling at a comfortable and safe pace.
Along the route, ride through Tokyo’s side streets and hidden alleys, and stop at several shrines, including the famous Meiji Shrine. If you’re on this tour during spring, you’re likely to see cherry blossoms in Yoyogi Park, too.
Other places you cycle through are Roppongi Hills, Aoyama Cemetery, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Zojo-ji, and the Shinjuku district. Stop to purchase a bento-box lunch (own expense) at a local market.
One of your last stops is at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, where you take the elevator 48 floors to the top for stunning views over the city.Your biking tour ends at the original starting point.
A great way to spend a day outside, see some sights and learn about Tokyo. Not only was this fun but it was extremely well organized from the first contact. Gaku has anticipated what his guests will need to make the experience as stress free...More
What an amazing tour of Tokyo with Gafu as our guide! We had only been in Japan for 14 hrs and chose this tour as our first activity. It was a perfect way to cure jet lag with the active bicycling. He showed us a...More
Gaku is a very friendly and easy going guide. This is the perfect way to see Tokyo as a local would (on a bike)! Tokyo is a really safe place to ride and with Gaku leading us through alley ways and roads, it was a...More
What a great way to see every aspect of Toyko from small residential streets, private shrines and parks to skyscrapers and high end shopping districts. Perfect for a family of four as it really was exciting zooming through the streets and Gaku proved an excellent...More