Step back in time and learn about the captivating world of Edo Tokyo on this walking tour. Discover hidden gems and iconic sites as you stroll through centuries of history.

From the bustling streets of the Fukagawa district to the tranquil Kiyosumi Teien gardens, each step unveils a new chapter of Tokyo’s past. But what awaits at the end of this historical journey might just surprise you…

Quick Takeaways

  • Immerse in Edo Tokyo history at Fukagawa Edo Museum.
  • Enjoy serene beauty at Kiyosumi Teien Gardens.
  • Experience spiritual depth at Fukagawa Fudouson Shrine.
  • Explore local cuisine at Sunamachi Ginza Arcade.

Tour Inclusions and Logistics

Including an English-speaking guide, transportation fee, hotel pick-up and drop-off, foods and beverages, and gratuities, the Edo Tokyo walking tour offers a comprehensive package for a fulfilling and immersive experience of historical Tokyo.

The tour provides a deep culture into the Edo era, allowing participants to explore the local cuisine and traditions of old Tokyo. With a knowledgeable guide leading the way, visitors get to explore the historical significance of the Fukagawa Edo Museum, Kiyosumi Teien gardens, and the 300-year-old Fukagawa Fudouson shrine.

Plus, a visit to the Sunamachi Ginza arcade offers a glimpse into the vibrant local life. This meticulously planned itinerary ensures that participants not only see but also experience the rich cultural tapestry of Edo Tokyo.

Tour Highlights

Enjoy the captivating history and vibrant local life of Edo Tokyo through a guided tour that includes visits to iconic landmarks such as the Fukagawa Edo Museum, Kiyosumi Teien gardens, Fukagawa Fudouson shrine, and Sunamachi Ginza arcade. Dive into the historical overview of the Edo era as you explore the 300-year-old Fukagawa Fudouson shrine and stroll through the beautiful Kiyosumi Teien gardens. Discover the rich cultural heritage of Edo Tokyo at the Fukagawa Edo Museum and indulge in the bustling atmosphere of the local Sunamachi Ginza arcade. Don’t miss the chance to savor delicious local cuisine as you traverse through these historical sites and experience the authentic flavors of Edo Tokyo.

Tour Highlights Keywords
Fukagawa Edo Museum Historical overview
Kiyosumi Teien gardens Historical overview
Fukagawa Fudouson shrine Historical overview
Sunamachi Ginza arcade Local cuisine

Cancellation Policy

Visitors should note the comprehensive cancellation policy for the Edo Tokyo walking tour experience, which includes specific refund conditions based on the timing of cancellations before the tour start time.

  1. Full refund if canceled at least 6 full days before the start time
  2. 50% refund for cancellations 2–6 full days before start time
  3. No refund if canceled less than 2 full days before start time
  4. No changes accepted less than 6 full days before start time

Understanding these guidelines ensures clarity in the cancellation process and helps visitors plan accordingly. It’s essential to adhere to these policies to manage any unforeseen circumstances effectively.

Contact and Support

For immediate assistance or inquiries regarding the Edo Tokyo walking tour experience, visitors can reach out to the Viator Help Center. Whether it’s to provide customer feedback or inquire about tour extensions, the Viator Help Center is equipped to assist with any queries related to the tour.

Visitors can use the product code 13441P143 when contacting the help center for a quicker response. The tour price starts from £139.08 and varies based on the group size.

As a reputable platform, Viator ensures that visitors receive the necessary support and information required for a seamless experience. With copyright protection from 1997-2024, visitors can trust the Viator Help Center to address any concerns promptly and efficiently.

Additional Information

A detailed itinerary outlining the museum visits, garden exploration, and shrine visit is provided for participants of the Edo Tokyo walking tour experience. Participants can look forward to:

  1. Exploring Fukagawa Edo Museum: Immerse in the history of the Edo era.
  2. Strolling through Kiyosumi Teien Gardens: Enjoy the serene beauty of the 300-year-old gardens.
  3. Visiting Fukagawa Fudouson Shrine: Experience the spiritual ambiance of this ancient shrine.
  4. Indulging in Local Cuisine: The tour concludes with a visit to a local arcade, allowing participants to savor authentic Japanese dishes.

This detailed itinerary ensures that participants have a well-rounded experience, combining cultural exploration with culinary delights.


As participants conclude their exploration of the historical sites and culinary delights on the Edo Tokyo walking tour, clear and concise directions for the next part of their journey will ensure a seamless transition to their next destination.

Neighborhoods to Explore Directions
Fukagawa Head east on Main Street, turn left on Cherry Blossom Ave, continue straight for 500 meters.
Kiyosumi Teien Gardens Walk south from Fukagawa, cross the bridge, turn right on Garden Path.
Fukagawa Fudouson Shrine Return to Main Street, head north, turn right on Shrine Street.
Sunamachi Ginza Arcade From the shrine, walk west, turn left on Arcade Lane.

The Sum Up

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn about the rich history and vibrant culture of Edo Tokyo with this immersive walking tour.

With hotel pick-up, transportation, and refreshments included, you can explore iconic landmarks and experience local life with ease.

Book now to secure your spot and enjoy a hassle-free journey through time in historic Tokyo.

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