Hato Bus Tours
The main gate of the temple Zōjō-ji was built in 1605. Its three sections are designed to symbolise the three stages one must pass...
One of the most important temples of the Jōdō (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism, Zōjō-ji dates from 1393 and was the funerary temple of the...
Departing from Takeshiba Pier, it offers lunch, sunset and dinnertime cruises with French meals. The route covers the Tokyo waterfront,...
Nakajima no Ochaya
This beautiful teahouse from 1704 stands elegantly by a pond and a long cedar bridge in the middle of Hama-rikyū Onshi-teien garden....
One of Tokyo’s most gracious restaurants is located in a former sake brewery (moved from northern Japan), with an exquisite traditional...
Hato Bus Tours information
Tokyo's most well-known bus-tour company offers hour-long, half-day and full-day bus tours of the city. Shorter tours cruise by the sights in an open-air double-decker bus; longer ones make stops. Tours leave from the Hato Bus Terminal in Hamamatsuchō.