Enjoy the grandeur of TOKYO SKYTREE from the waterside

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Enjoy the grandeur of TOKYO SKYTREE from the waterside

Viewing the tower while cruising the Sumida-gawa River

The river even farther below ground level affords a view of TOKYO SKYTREE from yet another striking angle. Both courses given below accept reservations for groups only. Individuals can show up on the same day and get a ride. Why not give it a try on a sunny day?

Asakusa–Odaiba Cruise

The course between Ryogoku and Asakusa travels closest to TOKYO SKYTREE. There are several stops along the way if you prefer a shorter ride. The night cruise offers a spectacular view of the tower’s “Iki” and “Miyabi” illumination themes.

Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association

Tokyo Mizube Line water bus

  • Ryogoku -> Asakusa (Nitenmon gate) -> Odaiba Kaihin Park: 1,100 yen (approx. 55 min.)
  • Ryogoku -> Asakusa (Nitenmon gate) -> Odaiba Kaihin Park -> Ryogoku: 2,100 yen (approx. 135 min.)

* Charges are per adult; half price applies to elementary school students.

Sumida-gawa River Line

This course runs from Asakusa, where TOKYO SKYTREE soars before your eyes, under 12 bridges along the Sumida-gawa River to either Hamarikyu Gardens or Hinode Pier. The boarding point at Asakusa offers a close-up view of TOKYO SKYTREE.

Tokyo Cruise Ship
  • Asakusa -> Hamarikyu: 720 yen (approx. 35 min.) * A separate charge applies when getting off, for admission to Hamarikyu Gardens
  • Asakusa -> Hinode Pier: 760 yen (approx. 40 min.)

* Charges are per adult; half price applies to elementary school students.

Strolling the Sumidagawa Terrace from Asakusa to TOKYO SKYTREE

Another leisurely way to access TOKYO SKYTREE is by foot, along the Sumidagawa Terrace from Asakusa Station over Sakurabashi Bridge and leading to the tower. The riverside path is designed as a promenade, so you can enjoy the riverside breeze as the tower draws nearer and nearer.

 

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