Mix history with a relaxing stroll on a full-day guided walking tour around Tokyo. You'll visit a seaside garden from the Edo period, experience the exciting hubbub of the busy fish market, visit the brilliant Edo Tokyo Museum and use your one-day subway pass to ride the Toei subway.
Your walking tour begins in the Shiodome area at the Hamarikyu Garden, the only surviving seaside garden from the EdoHamarikyu Garden was constructed as a residence for a Japanese feudal lord in the 17th century, and became a duck hunting grounds for the Tokugawa Shogunate. You'll enjoy taking a stroll in this scenic and historic Japanese garden of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
You'll then have around 2.5 hours to explore the Tsukiji Outer Fish Market, Namiyoke Inari Shrine and surrounding eating and shopping area. The outer fish market is used for the retail of market-related goods. To see the auction of fish, you'll need to visit the inner market at around 5am on your own. When the fish market is closed, you'll visit Ameyoko Market instead.
At the renowned Edo Tokyo Museum you'll see re-creations of Old Edo and post-Meiji Tokyo, providing insights into Tokyo's past and exhibited in a massive, futuristic building. The museum shop has unique products representative of the Edo period which are not available in other stores.
Your walking tour includes a Toei subway line one-day pass. After the tour, you can use the pass to ride the Toei subway lines on your own, visiting such places as Asakusa, Shinjuku and Roppongi.
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