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One of the world’s greatest cities, Tokyo can satisfy visitors for weeks without even touching the surface.
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Three nights accommodation at selected hotel, meals as indicated, sightseeing as specified and meet and greet service on arrival.
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Discover one of the world’s greatest cities, Tokyo. Tokyo is a quirky, curious metropolis that pulses with a constant energy. Its passion for everything new sharply contrasts with the traditional culture that still permeates the city.
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Full day sightseeing of Tokyo, utilising the city’s efficient train system.
Cruise by boat along the Sumida River. This centrally located river flows through the heart Tokyo.
Explore the wonderfully serene Meiji Shrine. Dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife.
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On arrival at Tokyo Airport, you will be assisted with boarding the train or shared shuttle bus to your chosen hotel.
This morning your guide will meet you at your hotel for your full day sightseeing of Tokyo, utilising the city’s efficient train system. Stroll through Hama-Rikyu Teien. Board a boat and cruise along the Sumida River. Visit Asakusa, part of Tokyo’s old town. In the afternoon, head across Tokyo to Omotesando. Before the tour ends, take time to explore Meiji Shrine. (B)
Today is free for you to explore Tokyo. Choose one of our unique sightseeing options from page 117 for the Asia and India brochure. (B)
Transfer either by train or shuttle bus to Tokyo Airport. (B)
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