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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Seeing Tokyo at street level is fascinating enough, but viewing the city from aboard a Sumida River Line water bus will give you an entirely new perspective on the place. There are a number of different sightseeing cruises on offer, with the route from Asakusa to Odaiba Seaside Park being one of the most popular, and the run to the Hama-rikyu Gardens another. As you pass under various bridges, a guide will point out the traces of the old Edo capital that remain and offer some history.
Tokyo Cruise Asakusa Pier is the primary hub for these relaxing little cruisers, and is also a great place to do some sightseeing.
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