About Cityrama Tokyo Morning - Meiji Jingu Shrine Imperial Palace and Sensoji Temple
The tour begins with the tranquil Meiji Shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji the first modern emperor of Japan. Catch a glimpse of the National Diet Building on your way to the Imperial Palace East Garden the site of the original Edo Castle. Proceed to Asakusa where you can browse the many colorful stores lining the Nakamise Shopping Arcade leading up to Tokyos oldest and most famous Buddhist temple the Asakusa Kannon Temple. The tour disbands in Ginza Japans world-renowned shopping and entertainment district. Meiji Jingu Shrine Meiji Jingu Japans most famous Shinto shrine is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and his consort. Imperial Palace East Garden Here youll find the stone foundation of old Edo Castle which is all that remains of its central keep. Take a stroll in one of the vast inner gardens of the Imperial Palace. Sensoji Temple Asakusa Kannon and Nakamise-dori Sensoji is the oldest and most popular Buddhist temple in Tokyo. The promenade leading to the temple called Nakamise-dori is lined on both sides by many small food and souvenir shops. Ginza Shopping District Ginza is the most celebrated shopping district in Tokyo. Includes - English-speaking guide service Excludes - Meals and drinks - Tips and gratuities - Personal expenses - Optional activity costs Please Note - Pick ups are available from selected Tokyo hotels. - If your hotel is not in the list you may choose to proceed to the Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal or be picked up at a hotel in the list that is nearest you. Please indicate your choice upon booking. - Please call to confirm hotel pick-up 24 hours before your tour date. - Korean Chinese Spanish or Japanese is available for free. Please make requests in advance. - On Mondays Fridays and other days when the Imperial Palace East Gardens is closed the tour will visit Imperial Palace Plaza instead. - Children 5 years old and below are free of charge provided they sit on an adults lap. If they need a seat they will be charged child rates.