Private Tokyo Electric Bicycle Tour (1 Day)

Private Tokyo Electric Bicycle Tour (1 Day)

Private Tokyo Electric Bicycle Tour (1 Day)

Do you want to explore Tokyo in a fun and relaxing way? Our private Tokyo Electric Bicycle Tour can now be done with a special discount, so grab this chance!

Private Tokyo Electric Bicycle Tour (1 Day)

Tokyo Electric Bicycle Tour Description

One of the most fun ways to explore a city is by electric bicycle. You can see more in a shorter period of time, you get a good feel for the city and as a bonus, you get less tired compared to walking so you will have plenty of energy to discover Tokyo by night after the tour.

Another big plus is that the crowds can largely be avoided by using bicycles, making this tour more corona-proof than some other tours. One more great point about our bicycle tour compared to other suppliers is that our tour lasts between 6-7 hours as opposed to 2-3 hours, which makes for a full, active day program.

The tour is kid-friendly, and child seats can be arranged for kids aged 1-8 with a start in Kiba instead of Toyosu. Kids who are over 28 kg (61 lbs) will get their own bicycle. There is an option to rent electric bicycles if they are available, which is included in the price. The maximum number of participants is 4 for your safety.

Tokyo Electric Bicycle Tour Information

Tour Date: set your own date, email us for availability
Tour Duration: 6 hours (10.30 am – 4.30 pm)
Meeting spot: Tokyo, Toyosu station
Tour Price: 100 USD/person with 4 participants, 125 USD/person with 3 participants, 150 USD/person with 2 participants, 300 USD/person with 1 participant
Child Price: children that don’t use their own bicycle can join for free, children up to 12 years old who use their own bicycle are 50 USD/child

Tour Highlights

Tokyo Electric Bicycle Tour Itinerary

10 am: Meet with your guide in Toyosu. Your guide will then rent your bicycles and you will be on your way.


11 am: After passing through the picturesque streets of Tsukishima, the first stop will be Kyu Shiba Rikyu Gardens where you will see a great example of a garden that belonged to the old nobility and enjoy the calm surroundings. 


1 pm: After 2 short stops in Tsukiji and Ningyocho where you will get the chance to sample some of Tokyo’s best street foods, your trip will continue to Asakusa, where you will see the famous Sensoji temple.


2.30 pm: You will then pass through Ryogoku where you will make a short stop at the national sumo stadium, as this is the sumo-town of Tokyo.


3 pm: Then you will get back on the bicycle for a longer stretch and cycle downstream through Monzennakacho, where you can feel the vibe of old Tokyo.


4 pm: You will then cycle back to Toyosu, where you will arrive around 4.30 pm. Your guide will drop you off at the station and explain to you how to get back to your hotel or your next destination.


・English-speaking private guide for 6 hours
・Rental fee for electric bicycles
・Admission fee to the Kyu Shiba Rikyu Gardens
・3 small snacks per person
・Commutation expenses, entrance fees, bicycle rental, and food reimbursement of the guide


・(Travel) insurance that includes cover for this type of activity
・Additional food/drinks
・Personal expenses such as souvenirs etc.


8 days or more prior to the tour: no penalty
7 – 3 days prior to the tour: 50% of the tour fee
Less than 3 days prior to the tour: 100% of the tour fee

Feedback From Clients

Marcel – 2019 Summer –
Highly recommended! 
The guide didn’t only tell us a lot about the history of Japan but she also told us a lot about Japanese customs and culture. We used the knowledge we gained during the tour throughout the rest of our trip in Japan, it is very useful to do a private tour at the start of your holiday so that the rest of your trip becomes a lot smoother.

L. I. – 2019 Autumn –
Very interesting bicycle tour through Tokyo 
The day after we arrived we did a bicycle tour through Tokyo with a very pleasant guide. She told us a lot during the tour and was very helpful in giving tips for the rest of the day. The tour was varied, with a bunch of different sights in a short period of time. It was also interesting to receive background explanation from someone with a non-Japanese background in addition to the Japanese guides we had during the rest of our stay as it gave a different perspective on past and current events. This was a great tour!

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