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I really enjoyed it. And they dropped you back off at your hotel. So, I didn't have to worry about getting lost.
Lots of great sites. Maybe spend a little more time on some history.
Was enjoyable and probably captures a nice overview of the city from which you can then explore further. You stop and visit about 4 key places. 1. The Tokyo Tower and visit the Observation Deck 2. The Imperial Palace you stop at outside on the road but really don't see anything at all 3. The Buddhist Temple in Asakusa with it's little street bazaar of souvenir shops was a nice diversion for 40 min 4. The Pearl Jewelery producer where they explain how they produce pearls, grade them etc. but really its just an opportunity to try to sell you pearl jewelery.
Generally a good trip and would recommend. More time at Tokyo Tower would be good and could cut out the standing around in the car park of the exterior of the gardens of the imperial palace - maybe this was because it was Monday and the gardens were closed. Temple was great and pearl experience OK.
A good overview of Tokyo. We saw a lot of the sights and could get dropped off where we wanted.
If you are looking for a quick introduction to Tokyo on your first day, then this is a good tour. We've been on better in terms of actually learning more about the culture and the location. Note that the tour is a lot of bus time and when you go to the stops the tour guide just lets you go and wander. If you are looking for explanations and points of interest at the site... make sure you do your research prior to the tour or bring along a guidebook or app. You won't get it from your tour guide... at least we didn't.
Not much sightseeing with more free time at markets etc. Tour guide was quirky and interesting. Had good information about Tokyo in General. Worth doing. Viator a good operator.
Nice introduction to Tokyo, but too rushed. Our guide, Naomi, was great with information on the bus, but too rushed at the sights. The best of the sights on the tour, Asakusa Temple, was glossed over. At times, I literally had to run to keep up with Naomi and missed her too short explanations.
J'ai été déçu parceque c'est le même trajet de full day tokyo. Au moins j'ai profité de l'occasion que le bus s'est arrêté à côté de Asakusa pour assister au Sanja Matsuri
The tour we did good. Our tour guide was very good. I wish we had taken a full day tour!
This tour is well worth doing if you are non-English speaking and it's your first time in Tokyo. You do spend 45 mins on a bus driving to a central point to pick up other passengers, at the end we were dropped at Tokyo Central Train station to return to our hotels by ourselves with little direction