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Odaiba / Tokyo
Max People : 5
Tour Overview


Odaiba is now known for its state-of-the-art and modern buildings, but it is also full of history which traces back to the Edo era.

This is an informative cycling tour where an English-speaking Japanese tour guide reveals Japan’s history and culture.


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Recommended Places
  • Toyosu
  • Rainbow Bridge
  • Tsukishima

Departure & Return Location

Kachidoki Station A3 Exit
10−15 2 Chome Kachidoki, Chūō-ku, Tokyo 104-0054

Departure Time / Goal Time

12:00 noon / 4:00 PM

Price Includes

  • Rental Road bicycle (or cyclo cross bicycle/cross bicycle, if you prefer)
  • guiding fee

Day Time RideRide Through Shibuya, See Hachiko, and Explore Shinjuku!

We start at the old town Kachidoki to Monja Street, and through Tsukudashima, which has gained prominence since the Edo era through its historic aura and “tsukudani” which is a traditional Japanese dish with fish simmered in soy sauce.

We then head towards Odaiba Park and then to Odaiba Seaside Park. From the beach park, we ride on to Soya, a Japanese icebreaker vessel which is now a museum. The movie “Eight Below”, starring Paul Walker, was based on the true story of Soya. We’ll also swing by the Odaiba seafront to take a picture with the giant anime hero “Gundam”!

If the weather forecast is not favorable (including high probability of rain), we will, by the day before the tour, contact you and discuss whether or not the tour will be carried out as scheduled.
If it is rainy on the day of the tour, we will contact you by 08:00am

Height: 145cm and above (4’7″)

Number of Cyclists
1 to 5 cyclists

Sightseeing Highlights
  • Monja Street, a street lined with restaurants serving the traditional Japanese monja dish.
  • Sumiyoshi Shrine, built in 1646
  • Odaiba Park and Seafront, a relaxing haven in Tokyo
  • Odaiba Seaside Park for beautiful views of the sea and Rainbow Bridge
  • Gundam statue
  • Tokyo Big Sight, one of the largest convention centers in the country
  • Learn about the icebreaker vessel, Soya
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