Odaiba is now known for its state-of-the-art and modern buildings, but it is also full of history which traces back to the Edo era.
We start at the old town Kachidoki to Monja Street, and through Tsukudashima, which has gained prominence since the Edo era through its historic aura and “Tsukudani” which is a traditional Japanese dish with fish marinated in soy sauce.
We then head towards Odaiba Park and then to Odaiba Seaside Park. From the beadh park, we ride on to Soya, a Japanese Icebreaker which turned into a museum. Soya was used in 2006 in the film “Eight Below” starring Paul Walker.
We can take a picture with the giant anime hero “Gundam” on the seafront!
This is an informative cycling tour where a certified British tour guide reveals Japan’s history and culture.
– Enjoy monja, a traditional Japanese dish, at Monja Street
– Enjoy tbe Sumiyoshi Shrine which was originally built in 1646
– Experience the relaxing aura of Odaiba Park
– Take in the beautiful view of the sea from Odaiba Seaside Park
– Learn more about the Icebreaker Soya (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0397313/)
– Take pcitures of the Seafront and Gundam
– Learn more about the the Tokyo Big Sight, one of the largest convention centers in the country
|Participation Fee||Before Dec 31, 2018|
|Cycling Tour for 2 people (8,800JPY/person)||¥17,600|
|Cycling Tour for 3 people (8,800JPY/person)||¥26,400|
|Cycling Tour for 4 people (8,800JPY/person)||¥35,200|
|Cycling Tour for 5 people (8,800JPY/person)||¥44,000|
|Cycling Tour for 1 people (9,800JPY/person)||¥9,800|
・If total cost is ¥5,000 or less, you will incur a flat fee service charge of ¥500.
・If total cost is more than ¥5,000, you will incur a service charge amounting to 10% of total cost.