Tokyo: City Bus Tour
- Duration: 4 hours
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Good for getting a sense of the distances and layout of Tokyo’s major tourist attractions. Taped commentary difficult to hear at times. Music accompaniment unhelpful and did not add to atmosphere. Bus stopped directly beside some attractions (Edo Museum, Tokyo Tower and Sky Tower) but others ( Asakusa, Royal Palace etc) were a couple of streets away. But, generally good value for the money.
The fastest and cheapest way to look around the city if your stay is limited. Goes all prime locations. But too bad they wouldn't stop at "Ginza" district. It was too late to get off once they have announced the beautiful location of Ginza. Some of the tourist guides are hard to understand. Other than these issues, overall I'd recommend to the visitors.
Wonderful tour, breathtaking views. I’d recommend skipping the lunch (if you care about authentic Japanese food) and eating where the spring water is. Overall, it was fantastic. I’d want to take out the virtual plane ride over Mt Fuji, just because it’s the end of the tour and does not seem necessary. Otherwise, I loved it!
It was a very pleasant experience! Our guide. Ami, was very good and she spoke really good English! I must add that the lunch served at the Ninja restaurant was quite disappointing as it was not authentic Japanese food. Apart from that, it was great!
Our guide, Beatrice, was great! We we're lucky enough to catch a full view of Mt. Fuji in the morning, but it became overcast in the afternoon. I wish we had more time at each stop. We felt a bit rushed...but enjoyed the tour nonetheless.