Here are the best Activities in Shinbashi, with travel tips and more, according to LIVE JAPAN, a top-class travel website for visitors to Japan. Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in a given category.
For instance, Hato Bus Tours, SYMPHONY TOKYO BAY CRUISE, Konparu-Yu and other related spots will be listed. Be sure to check them out during your visit to Shinbashi!
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.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.
- Excursion Boat
Shared Cruise: 4000 JPY/person (Min. 4 passengers)
1 Charter Boat: 35000 JPY (Capacity up to 10 passengers)
*Please see our website for the various courses.
- Cruiser Boat
Charter only, max. capacity 12 passengers
1 boat for 1 hour: 30000 JPY
2.5 hours: 60000 JPY
- Fishing Boat
3-hour Charter: 20000 JPY, max. capacity 4 passengers.
Enjoy fishing various fish depending on the season,
seabass, blueback, marbled rockfish, black rockfish, flatheads and more.
We offer various courses, from easy-to-join shared plans to anniversary plans , birthday parties, BBQ cruise charters and more. Please inquire for details.
*Note that the address on this page is for our office.
Please refer the boat departure point on our web site.
3-16-11 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-0023
Tamachi Station （JR Keihin-Tohoku Line / JR Yamanote Line）
5 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 090-2637-0901
- Address 3-16-11 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-0023
4.Tokai Kisen Tokyo Takeshiba Terminal
Tokai Kisen is a shipping company that operates ferries connecting Tokyo to the Izu Islands and other destinations. We offer tours and other packages that are accessible for even those new to maritime and island travel. All our vessels are equipped with a free Wi-Fi service which can be used by anyone.
In summer, we offer a special seasonal tour. On our Tokyo Bay Summer Night Cruise, you can enjoy the Tokyo nightscape in a traditional Japanese yukata. Passengers are invited on a dreamlike experience in an extraordinary space.
■ Vessel guide
High-speed jet ferry (Oshima, Toshima, Niijima, Shikinejima, and Kozushima route)
Large passenger ship (Oshima, Toshima, Niijima, Shikinejima, and Kozushima route/Miyakejima, Mikurashima, and Hachijojima route)
■ Regular terminals: Takeshiba, Tokyo; and Atami
■ High-speed jet ferry seasonal routes: Kurihama, Tateyama, Ito, Inatori (terminal)
* Depending on the season, some large passenger ship tours may depart from and arrive at Yokohama International Passenger Terminal .
We also operate a beverage sales business, a restaurant business, a hotel business and a passenger transportation business.
5.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.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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