Explore Tokyo’s historical landmarks, impressive views, and magnificent imperial residence on an afternoon tour. Enjoy a bird’s-eye view from the World Trade Center Building, marvel at the Imperial Palace Plaza, observe traditional Buddhist structures at Senso-ji, and cruise along the Sumida River.
Begin your afternoon with a visit to the World Trade Center Building, and make your way to the Seaside Top Observatory on the 40th floor. Relish panoramic views of Tokyo from atop this amazing facility.
Continue your tour with a stop at the Imperial Palace Plaza, the official residence of the Emperor of Japan, where you can take lots of pictures of this grand dwelling and its beautiful gardens.
After your imperial visit, head to Senso-ji, also called the Asakusa Kannon Temple, which is the oldest and most popular Buddhist temple in Tokyo. Here, stroll along serene walkways and learn aspects of religious practices that are taught from each generation to the next.
Outside Senso-ji, the small shops of Nakamise-Dori offer excellent souvenir opportunities. Board at the dock for a scenic cruise along the Sumida River, and end your tour at bustling Tokyo Station.