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During the Edo period, lords and ladies took a boat along the Sumida River to Asakusa and the Sensoji Temple. Today, a sightseeing boat takes a similar route departing from the traditional Hama Rikya Garden.
After walking for a couple of hours we took an easy boat trip to see more of the city area. We had a short wait after finding the booking kiosk at street level but we purchased a couple of bottles of water while waiting but...More
The Sumida River flows through Tokyo for about 17 miles, branching from the Arakawa River at Iwabuchi and continuing to Tokyo Bay. I have seen sections that run from Asakusa to the Bay and really like the stretch with a view of the Tokyo Sky...More
Sumida river is located in the middle of a crowded city of Tokyo. The best time to enjoy this river is during the morning, when not much activity in Asakusa area. Sitting in the park enjoying the scenery around or running in the morning you...More
Sumida river flows centrally in Tokyo city passing many important landmarks and places of interest like Tokyo Sky tree.
The river eventually meets at Tokyo bay near the Tsukiji fish market area / Takeshiba ferry pier.
There are options of cruise on Sumida river. Operations...More