Half-day Sightseeing Tours

Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau will offer the following complimentary tours only for overseas delegates and accompanying persons.
These tours with an English-speaking guide will take you to Tokyo’s most popular sightseeing areas. Each tour begins and ends at the congress venue.

  AM 9:00-12:30 PM 1:30-5:00 PM 6:00-9:00
July 3rd
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July 4th
Solamachi shopping
Capacity: 40 persons
Tokyo night tour Capacity: 40 persons
July 5th
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July 6th
- Asakusa & Tokyo River Cruise Capacity: 40 persons Asakusa & SKYTREE
night tour
Capacity: 40 persons
July 7th
Solamachi shopping
Capacity: 40 persons
Kanda Myojin shrine &
Akihabara shopping
Capacity: 40 persons

*The programs are subject to change.

TOKYO SKYTREE & Solamachi shopping

Visit one of Tokyo’s must-see destinations, the world’s tallest free-standing broadcasting tower. You can also enjoy the 300-odd shops and restaurants at the foot of the tower, collectively known as Tokyo Solamachi. This area strives to embrace new trends while preserving the atmosphere of old Tokyo.

Asakusa & Tokyo River Cruise

Asakusa retains the atmosphere of the old Tokyo townscape, illustrated by Nakamise-dori in front of Sensoji Temple, with its many traditional crafts and Japanese sweets shops. After taking a walk in Asakusa, enjoy a Tokyo River Cruise. This boat cruise down the Sumida River travels under some 14 bridges, showing the capital’s famous landmarks along the way.

Kanda Myojin shrine & Akihabara shopping

With the official name “Kanda Shrine,” this site is the guardian deity of Kanda, Nihonbashi, Akihabara, Otemarunouchi, the former Kanda Market, Toyosu Fish Market, and 108 town councils in the center of Tokyo. In contrast, Akihabara, known as one of the best electronics districts in Japan, is a short walk away. While the area is crowded with stores selling electrical and IT products, it is also a hub of subculture with stores selling games, manga, and anime, and is also known as a mecca for "cosplayers" dressed up in costumes of popular idols and anime characters.

Tokyo night tour

This tour visits popular sightseeing spots like Tokyo Tower, Rainbow Bridge, Odaiba, Ginza, and Tokyo Sky Tree, with impressive night views. You can enjoy a dynamic sightseeing experience that differs greatly from the daytime scenery.

Asakusa & SKYTREE night tour

Senso-ji Temple, the Kaminarimon, the main hall, and the five-story pagoda are all lit up at night. The orange light on the vermilion buildings is even more beautiful and fantastic than in the early morning. At the Sky Tree, you can see the lights of the city as far as the eye can see, enjoy taking pictures, and appreciate amazing views. In addition, the Sky Tree is illuminated from around sunset to 24:00 every day, and it beautifully illuminates the night of Asakusa.

Only overseas delegates and accompanying persons can join these tours. Participants of the complimentary tours above may be photographed/filmed by an authorized photographer/cameraman for the purpose of our records and future promotion of Tokyo. By joining these tours, you agree that your image may be used in full / in part and distributed for the above-mentioned purposes.

*Tour application is available at only onsite.
Booking of all tours will start from July 3 at Tokyo City Information Desk of conference venue.

Supported by Tokyo Conventions & Visitors Bureau