Depart from Nihonbashi! Let’s go see the most spectacular views of Tokyo that can only be seen from the sea or the river!

"Nihonbashi" is a town near Ginza and Tokyo Station in Tokyo.
The bridge, called "Nihonbashi," from which the name of the area is derived, actually spans the bridge.
The current stone double-arch bridge was built about 100 years ago.

At the foot of the bridge is the Nihonbashi Pier, where cruises depart from and arrive at for visitors to enjoy sightseeing in the heart of the city.
Each course of the cruise passes under several historic bridges after departing from Nihonbashi.
Each bridge has its own unique shape and is a sight to behold as a piece of architecture. The bridges vary in height, so it is exciting to pass through them on the ship.
From famous sightseeing spots such as the Tokyo Sky Tree to Tokyo's typical condominium buildings and retro streetscapes along the river, you can enjoy a view of Tokyo that can only be seen from the sea and the river all over the year.

The photo shows a seasonal Hanami Cruise, a cruise that goes around the spots where cherry blossoms are in bloom.
Depending on the season, it is possible to fully enjoy cherry blossom viewing like this.
In summer, a cruise to see fireworks lighting up the night sky is also recommended.

Of course, walking around Tokyo is fun, but why not enjoy sightseeing in Tokyo by taking a leisurely stroll on the water?

Location Nihonbashi Cruise
Address Nihonbashi Pier, Waterfall Plaza at the foot of Nihonbashi Pier 1-9 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (Nihonbashi River)
Transportation By train:
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line/Hanzomon Line "Mitsukoshimae Station" 3 min. walk from Exit B6.
Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, Ginza Line, Toei Subway Asakusa Line "Nihonbashi Station" 5 min. walk from Exit B12.
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