Here are the most popular Adventure Activities in Tokyo and Surroundings, according to leading travel website Live Japan! Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in the past month. Be sure to add them to your Japan travel plan when you visit Tokyo and Surroundings!
1.Hato Bus Tours
Since our establishment in 1948, we have been providing guided sightseeing tours that delight Japanese and overseas visitors alike. You will be accompanied by our guides, who are all accredited guide-interpreters with seasoned knowledge of Japanese history and culture. First time visitors will soon gain a deeper understanding of the cities of Tokyo as they receive an explanation in addition to a view.
We offer over 30 recommended tours, including a quick tour of Tokyo's main tourist sites that takes as little as one hour without getting off a bus, a trip around the World Heritage sites of Nikko Toshogu Shrine, and a one-day Hakone round trip that gives you a leisurely tour of the sites and lets you indulge in open-air hot spring baths. This great selection ensures that you can choose courses as you wish based on what you want to do, where you want to go, or your schedule. Our charming bus tours will enhance your Tokyo sightseeing opportunities more through special experiences, allowing you to create fabulous memories.
*Reservations required. Please book by phone or by using the official website below.
*Customers arriving via JR lines, please check the ””Access from JR Hamamatsucho Station to the reception counter”” section.
2.Tokyo Japan Fishing
The pier is near Asakusa and Tsukiji Fish Market. Both are a 2-minute walk from the nearest station. Easy access! Fishing is a fun activity in Tokyo!Head for the fishing sites enjoying close-up views of famous Tokyo sites such as Skytree and Tsukiji. Boats are private rentals so you can board at the time you desire as well as select a course. One fish we target in particular is Japanese sea bass.
Our boats primarily fish with lures and avoid bait, so no need to worry about the smell. Many overseas visitors join us year-round. We rent out a complete set of fishing equipment so there is no need to bring anything! Our boats are limited to a maximum of four customers and have toilets, so beginners and women can also enjoy without worries.
How to Book
Please enquire about your preferred date and time using the email address on our website, or by sending message through one of our social media channels.
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Take a tour of Tokyo's sights on a double-decker open-top bus.
The route is such that you can see Tokyo's famous landmarks while on board the bus.
As well as the year-round courses, there are also special seasonal tours, so you can ride many times over.
Mitsubishi Building 1F, 2-5-2, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0005
Tokyo Station （Tokaido Shinkansen Line / Hokkaido Shinkansen Line / Tohoku Shinkansen Line / Akita Shinkansen Line / Yamagata Shinkansen Line / Joetsu Shinkansen Line / Hokuriku Shinkansen Line / JR Tokaido Main Line / JR Yokosuka Line / JR Sobu Main Line / JR Sobu Main Line (Rapid) / JR Keihin-Tohoku Line / JR Yamanote Line / JR Chuo Main Line / JR Keiyo Line / JR Ueno Tokyo Line / Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line）
3 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 03-3215-0008
- Address Mitsubishi Building 1F, 2-5-2, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0005
Omoshiro Rental Car is the number one company for sports car rentals in Japan, with six shops nationwide. With over 50 sports cars including the Skyline GT-R (BNR34), Civic Type R (FK2), Toyota AE86, Porsche, Lancer Evo, Impreza, RX7, and more, as well as convertibles. Rentals are available from Narita Airport, and the main shop is in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture. People from all over the world come to rent here when they visit Japan. Drivers must be 23 years of age or older, have had their driver’s license for at least 3 years, and have a driver’s license valid for use in Japan. Please make an application via the official website.
5.AKIBA KART AKIHABARA
Akibakart is a rental shop for carts popular in Japan, allowing customers to drive on public roads.
Individual customers are welcome! It’s also a good idea to use for corporate promotions. Riding for tourism is of course welcome too!
These trendy Akibakarts are considered “mini cars,” so anyone who has an ordinary driver’s license can drive them casually on public roads.
While these carts are small, their presence is huge, so you’ll have no problem standing out on public roads! Carts provide greatly differing perspective compared to typical cars. So get a fresh look at the surrounding scenery from a low angle.
When you come to Tokyo for sightseeing why not try zooming through the streets in this cart?
When large groups drive our carts, everyone can enjoy an electrifying festival-like atmosphere! Rentals for events and promotions are more than welcome! Feel free to utilize our rental service for anything you’re planning.
Recently this is a popular activity for international visitors, who are becoming a big part of our clientele. Be sure to try us out when you come to Akihabara, Tokyo for sightseeing!
Building Sasage B1, 2-4-6, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021
Akihabara Station （JR Keihin-Tohoku Line / JR Yamanote Line / Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line / Tsukuba Express / JR Sobu Line）
6 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 03-6206-4752
- Address Building Sasage B1, 2-4-6, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021
The Hakone Ropeway operates for about 4km from Tougendai station, facing Lake Ashi via Ubako and Owakudani stations, to Sounzan station. Opened in 1959, currently over 2 million people ride it each year. On the route going through Hakone mountains, you can view the nature which changes by seasons, such as cherry blossoms, azaleas, hydrangeas, and red and yellow leaves, as well as allowing you to view Mount Fuji in the distance on a sunny day. From Sounzan Station, the terminal station, you can change trains to Hakone Tozan cable cars and go to Gora Onsen (hot springs) and further down to the Hakone Open-Air Museum by Hakone Tozan Railway.
7.Japan Road Trip
At JRT, we provide campervan rentals for travellers because we want people to learn more about Japan's charms. We also offer rental and return services from Haneda and Narita Airport. For those who don't know where they should visit in Japan, we can also assist in creating a travel itinerary. As campervans can be accommodation as well as a means of transport, you can enjoy Mt. Fuji and other places throughout Japan, not just Tokyo.
We have tents, camping gear and other items available, so you can enjoy camping in Japan without having to bring anything. All of our vehicles are fully furnished, ensuring that you feel right at home. We also have discount plans available, so feel free to enquire. Our goal is to help you enjoy traveling in a campervan.
8.SYMPHONY TOKYO BAY CRUISE
The Tokyo Bay cruise ship Symphony offers a lunch cruise, sunset cruise, and dinner cruise, and guests can enjoy the great scenery of the Tokyo Bay area, such as Odaiba, Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Gate Bridge, Haneda Airport, and Oi Wharf. Since going into service in 1989, many guests have enjoyed the Tokyo Bay cruises for celebrating special days such as birthdays and anniversaries, or as a memory of their trip to Tokyo. Guests can enjoy French cuisine, Italian cuisine, buffets, etc., while viewing Tokyo's scenery, which is sure to be a wonderful time and memory of your Tokyo sightseeing. We also have staff members who can provide assistance in English and Chinese; we await your visit with meticulous hospitality. Please enjoy a Tokyo Bay cruise as a wonderful memory of your Tokyo sightseeing trip.
Seasonal recommended cruises are also available. Please check Event Information for further details.
※Bilingual staff may be unavailable depending on their schedule.
9.KURUMAYA -Guided tour-
Rickshaw tours are an immensely popular attraction in Asakusa.
Tourists from overseas love riding in rickshaws as well, with over 30,000 international visitors taking rickshaw rides each year.
The rickshaw is a traditional vehicle invented in Japan with no engine, pulled only by the power of the driver, who does all the work on foot. These days rickshaw are mainly used to enjoy sightseeing.
[3 Reasons to go by Rickshaw]
(1) Enjoy chatting with the knowledgeable and experienced driver!!
(2) Includes a commemorative photo! (Take photos with your own camera with famous sightseeing spots in the background)
(3) Pricing to fit your needs
- 20 min…3,500 JPY
- 40 min…6,000 JPY
- 60 min…8,000 JPY
- 80 min…10,000 JPY
* Price is per passenger
* Passengers age 5 and under ride free
＜How to Use＞
1. Go directly to the rickshaw shop
2. Talk to staff and decide your pricing plan and course
4. Hop in the rickshaw and explore Asakusa!
NISSAN CROSSING is the home base of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, where customers can experience Nissan’s vision of the future of driving. NISSAN CROSSING’s iconic design is based on a “Spiral” motif.
This spiral design symbolizes our customers’ experiences on their journey from past, to present, to future with Nissan. By changing the color, look, and feel of the spiral based on seasons, exhibition and events, we create an ever-changing experiential space for our visitors in heart of Ginza.
Architectural designs previously thought impossible by conventional means have now been realized using the latest digital processing technologies, which are likewise being used in automobile design.
Immerse yourself in state-of-the-art technologies at NISSAN CROSSING, Ginza’s newest landmark, where tradition and innovation collide to create uniquely new trends and experiences.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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