Funaasobi Mizuha

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  • Nihonbashi
  1. Funaasobi Mizuha
    Photo: Funaasobi Mizuha
  2. Funaasobi Mizuha
    Photo: Funaasobi Mizuha
  3. Funaasobi Mizuha
    Photo: Funaasobi Mizuha

Time Out says

A boat ride into the past, Funaasobi Mizuha introduces you to the city’s history through the four main rivers in Tokyo: Nihonbashi, Kamejima, Sumida and Kanda. During the 90-minute tour, you’ll discover the ancient stone walls of the old Edo Castle, historic bridges and railway-related heritage sites, plus ancient waterways excavated about 400 years ago, which go to explain how and why Tokyo is really a city of water.

It’s an illuminating journey that reveals a side of Tokyo few visitors get to appreciate. There’s a knowledgeable English-speaking guide on board and you can bring along food and drinks for a little picnic on the boat. Each reservation comes with a small souvenir and guide to Tokyo’s waterways.


Nihonbashi Pier, 1-9 Nihonbashi, Chuo
Mitsukoshi-mae Station (Ginza, Hanzomon lines)
¥4,000, primary school students ¥2,000, free for younger children
Opening hours:
Hours vary, see website for details
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