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Cherry Blossom Viewing and Tokyo Tower Tour

Cherry Blossom Viewing and Tokyo Tower Tour
Duration:
9 hours
From:
USD 108.80
<div>Enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour of Tokyo's most popular sites for viewing cherry blossoms, including Showa Memorial Park plus either Shinjuku Gyoen or Chidorigafuchi and Kitanomaru Park. Your expert guide shows you the most dazzling displays of blossoms along with iconic landmarks such as Tokyo Tower and Edo Castle. Get great photo ops and learn about the Japanese tradition of 'hanami' (cherry blossom viewing) throughout the day. For lunch, head to the Tama area (Western Tokyo) for a delicious Japanese-style meal.</div><div><br></div><div><b>Please note: This tour is seasonal and runs annually in March and April. The dates are subject to change.</b></div><br><br>

Day Trip to Mt Fuji 5th Station Including Cherry-Picking and Wine Tasting from Tokyo

Day Trip to Mt Fuji 5th Station Including Cherry-Picking and Wine Tasting from Tokyo
Duration:
1 day
From:
USD 107.81
Join this one day tour to enjoy the majestic view of the mountain-foot from the Mt Fuji 5th Station. Enjoy a BBQ lunch at the Misaka Farm before going cherry-picking! Conclude the trip with the wine tastings at a neighboring vineyard. <div><br></div><div><p class='MsoNormal'><b><span style='font-size:10.5pt;font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif; color:#333333;border:none windowtext 1.0pt;mso-border-alt:none windowtext 0in; padding:0in;background:white'>Please note: This seasonal tour runs annually during the summer season. The dates are subject to change.</span></b><o:p></o:p></p></div>

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Tokyo (Haneda) Airport (HND) Car Rental


Welcome to the car rental Tokyo (Haneda) Airport information page with information on Tokyo (Haneda) Airport car rental options, including which side do you drive on, transmission types, local Tokyo driving stress, licences, and more. You may also compare your Tokyo (Haneda) Airport car rental options and search for the best available Tokyo car rental rates in the search box below.


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Tokyo (Haneda) Airport Car Rental Desk Locations

Tokyo (Haneda) Airport offers a variety of vehicles for hire to suit all tastes and budgets, ranging from luxury air-conditioned cars to more economical runabouts. The Haneda Airport car rental offices may be found in the Arrivals Hall of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.


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Tokyo Driving Information


 
Driving is on the left side of the road.


 
All Tokyo (Haneda) Airport rental cars are automatic transmission.


 
Your local drivers' licence is required.


An International Drivers' Permit (or IDP) may be required, especially if your local drivers' licence is in a language other than the local language (you may inquire when you pick up your car).


 
Tokyo Driving Stress Level: 7/10

The traffic in the heart of Tokyo is often heavy and can become congested at times. The city's network of public transportation is good and means that driving in the centre is not usually necessary. Many of the roads are difficult to navigate, frequently not being named and becoming rather narrow at times. However, renting a car at Tokyo (Haneda) Airport really comes into its own when you intend to travel outside of Tokyo. Mito, Sakura and Tsukuba all lie to the north, together with the world-famous Omiya Bonsai Village, which regularly attracts many thousands of visitors each year.

 

Toll roads and expressways outside of Tokyo can be expensive and within the city centre, parking is a big problem and spaces are scarce. In Japan, all vehicles drive on the left and the general rules of the road tend to follow international conventions. Most local Japanese drivers are well-mannered and usually considerate to others. Most road signs are in English to assist drivers.


 



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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017