Hato Bus
With over a half century of experience introducing the beauty and history of Tokyo, the name Hato Bus has become synonymous with Tokyo tourism—offering visitors the most convenient and fun tours ever.
Whether you are looking for the time-honored standbys—shrines, temples and Japanese gardens—or the more fashionable and trendy hot spots, Hato Bus Sightseeing Tours have exactly what you want! We have created wonderfully diverse courses combining a little of everything, from traditional Japanese food to excellent shopping, even picturesque cruising, to ensure that you end the day replete with the charms of Tokyo!
We offer tours accompanied by English-speaking and Chinese-speaking guides.
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HIDA SATOYAMA CYCLING -RIDE & HIKE-
This tour combines cycling through a farming village with hiking along the waterfalls. You have a nice view of the quiet countryside while cycling up a long slope towards the top of the mountain which has a virgin forest and beautiful water falls. In addition, this tour includes lunch made with...
Days 1 day
Area Gifu
   400
Most Popular Attractions in Shinjuku
One of the main places you will want to visit when you are in Tokyo is Shinjuku. Shinjuku is home to the world's busiest train station, which services about 3.5 million people on an average day. Shinjuku Station is conveniently located, and allows travelers to go anywhere in Tokyo with relat...
Days 1 day
Area
   1,053
Takeda Castle Ruins Course
The City of Asago has a great amount of historical and cultural sites. Out of the hundred of castles situated in Japan, Asago city counts one of its finest, the ruins of Takeda Castle. The castle has the particularity of being constructed with an Ishigaki wall (a wall built by piling up stones as...
Days 1 day
Area Hyogo
   919
Port of Kobe Course
Walk and cruise around the Port of Kobe The Meriken Park and Harborland area is the best location to experience the scenery of the port of Kobe. At the time when the port opened in 1868, the Meriken Docks were constructed as the landing port for foreign cargo, and it was from here that the Wes...
Days 1 day
Area Hyogo
   574