Nihonbashi Boarding Deck


Around Town


See the city from a different perspective during an hour-long boat tour from Nihonbashi to the Sumida River, which served as a main route for goods transportation during the Edo period. Unfortunately they only offer service in Japanese, so best to invite a local along with you for the tour.



Transport Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon, Ginza lines); Nihonbashi Station (Ginza, Tozai, Asakusa lines)


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