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It was so nice to be inside this vessel. It's completely enclosed and they offer refreshments. We did go up on top to a small observation deck, but we didn't stay long as it was very cold and, of course, windy when we were moving.
I take the cruise from asakusa to odaiba. It takes a 40 minutes sail, but it's totally worthed. Since during the trip, we can see the beautiful scenery of tokyo clearly. If you feel hungry, they also have a mini bar that sell snack and...More
We were heading in the direction of the Sumida River after looking at the Asakusa Kannon temple. Our legs were tired, so when we saw river cruises were offered we bought a ticket for the cruise that was about to depart.
It was a pity...More
Stumbled upon this by accident after walking a few blocks from the Shrine area to Sumida River Park - think only saw tiny bit of this which was not very interesting. Then noticed this cruise her and as this was our first day in Tokyo...More
I got on at Hamarikyū gardens, and went to
the first thing I recommend is bring money with you as it cost $300 yen to enter the gardens & $740 yen to buy 1 adult ticket for a 1 way trip
The gardens was...More
When we got there, we weren't able to take the boat in the picture because it was sold out. Instead, we got on an older boat and changed for another older boat at Hinode. No problem at all. The older boats had beautiful light fittings,...More
We went from Asakusa and down the Sumida river to Hamarikyu gardens. We didn't think that the riverside was terribly exciting but seeing a new side of a city from the river is always interesting.
The problem with the trip was that the recorded commentary...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
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I was at Hotaluna, when we reached a point (don't remember where) the crews gave an access to all passengers to go up to the outside deck to enjoy the sun and off course to take pics. After about 15 minutes (not really sure... More
I was at Hotaluna, when we reached a point (don't remember where) the crews gave an access to all passengers to go up to the outside deck to enjoy the sun and off course to take pics. After about 15 minutes (not really sure) we were ushered to go down again to enjoy the cruise from big windows provided. See pic available from the review on TripAdvisor.