Things To Do in Tokyo & Port of Tokyo Terminal Layover Ideas
Things to do in Tokyo if you have a Port of Tokyo Terminal Layover or Extended Port of Tokyo Terminal Stopover
If you have an extended layover at the Port of Tokyo Terminal or staying in town, why not consider getting out with some fun activities? We list a few here and there are many more on Tokyo.LayoverIdeas.com
USD 13.53<p>Tokyo City View, an observation facility located in the center of Tokyo, one of the world's major cities, features an indoor observation gallery 820 feet (250 meters) above sea level. From here visitors can take in sweeping views of the work of art we call the City, with its changing moods through the course of the day and night; views of the landmarks of Japan's capital, including Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Sky Tree; on clear days, you may also be able to enjoy the views all the way to Mt. Fuji.</p>... Read More
Duration: 4 hours
Priced From: USD 22.55
Join Tokyo's largest and longest running nightlife tour for an evening you won't forget! You will be taken off of the usual tourist trail and into the party, visiting at least 3 different bars or clubs. Expect drink discounts all night, free shots at each bar, unlimited shots in between, and a dynamic crowd of awesome people. A great way to kick off the evening without breaking the bank, meet some people, and make some memories.
Duration: 90 minutes
Priced From: USD 31.13
Try something different in Tokyo's nightlife district. Enjoy an authentic 1.5-hour Oiran cabaret show performed by kimono-clad dancers and sword-wielding samurais who transport you back to the Edo era. Enjoy included snacks during the show and English-language narration.
Priced From: USD 31.40
Take the stress out of airport arrivals by pre-booking a private transfer from the airport to any location within 23 wards of Central Tokyo or Urayasu! Your professional driver will meet you inside the airport and take you by comfortable private vehicle to your appointed destination. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from Narita International Airport and Haneda International Airport.<strong><br /><br /><br /></strong>
Priced From: USD 31.40
Avoid the expensive fares of Tokyo taxis and get to the airport in style by taking a private vehicle from any location within Tokyo's 23 wards or Urayasu area! Your professional driver will pick you up from your appointed location in Central Tokyo or Urayasu and take you to either Narita International Airport or Haneda International Airport. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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USD 33.38Book this 1-hour work shop to experience this unique traditional Japanese art form made of woodblock printing. Woodblock printing was widely adopted in Japan during the Edo period (1603-1868) known as the Japanese traditional art of 'Ukiyo-e' on a single sheet. There are some well-known Woodblock Prints including the famous 'Akafuji' and 'The Great Wave off Kanagawa'. Your English-speaking woodblock print master and the friendly young staff will go through the printing process with you. Come as you are and children are welcome, too! It's completely safe for children as it doesn't uses any dangerous chemicals or fumes. You can bring your print back as your one-of-the-kind souvenir from Japan!... Read More
Priced From: USD 33.48
Enjoy hassle-free transportation from Tokyo Harumi Seaport to your Tokyo accommodation with this private transfer that whisks you to hotels and inns within 16 wards of central Tokyo and the Maihama area. After your professional driver meets you at the passenger terminal, you'll travel quickly and efficiently in a comfortable private vehicle to reach your destination. You can relax knowing that your Tokyo visit will begin with easy transport into the bustling city.
USD 36.08There are many <em>Kanji, </em>Japanese characters, that are pronounced the same way, but each <em>Kanji</em> has a different meaning. The concierge will choose a <em>Kanji</em> that suits you the most, after asking you some questions about your personality, and though your <em>Kanji</em> name, you will get to know some new aspects about yourself. Many of the customers use their <em>Kanji</em> name even after they go back to their home countries because the name is a unique, special one created just for them.... Read More
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