Edo（old name of Tokyo）was once known as the "city of water" because there were a lot of canals running here and there and used to be called “Oriental Venice”.
However, many of them are now hidden from view.
The Sumida River flowing into Tokyo Bay has ever played an important role to carry the supplies from local places to Edo/Tokyo.
And it was able to get into the canals in the city from the Sumida River.
*It’s NOT a real tour, but online virtual tour.
Many foreign travelers in Japan had the experience to see the view of Tokyo from the top of skyscrapers and saw small buildings filling the ground and some vast green areas that look like an island floating in the ocean.
On the other hand, if joining this tour you will look the city from the water level of the Sumida River and the canal still running in the center of the city you will have an unusual impression about Tokyo.
・See the best views of Tokyo from the river
・Learn about the history of Tokyo
AM: 11:00-11:45 (JST)
PM: 13:30-14:15 (JST)
*Mainly Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri.
E-meet at Zoom
Depart from Nihonbashi Pier→Nihonbashi canal →Sumida River →Nihonbashi canal →Nihonbashi pier
・Tokyo Sky Tree
PRICE (PER GROUP)
*All payment is expected before the tour
English speaking online guide
The time is Japan Standard Time.