My Tokyo Guide
See something interesting? Click on the heart button in the article to add a page from this site to My Favorites.
Main content starts here.
Updated: April 2, 2018
You may think that being ferried around on a rickshaw may carry an aristocratic air to it. But this was actually a common form of travel for commoners in ancient Tokyo–much as taxis are today. Relive this past by hopping on the rickshaws that ply the streets of historic Asakusa, pulled by youthful, exuberant men whom are happy to help you with your photographs and will bring you on a tour through history.
Rickshaw tourist ExperienceSingle: from ¥3,000Pair: from ¥4,000Three people: from ¥6,000* 2 rickshaws provided for 3 persons traveling as a groupPrices may vary depending on the course you choose.
HOME > Rickshaw Tourist Experience