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Elegant black and red rickshaws are a great way to see a different side of Japan. Head down side streets inaccessible to tour buses, while your friendly shafu guides you. Besides being athletic, the shafu (drivers) of these unique vehicles are also well-versed in the history and traditions of Japan. They can spirit you away to places only known by locals, and tend to be a gregarious, jokey bunch.

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Tour of Asakusa By Rickshaw

2020/03/17 Couples Bradley

Our driver guide Kuzuki was energetic and fun
He covered some of the local street districts and backward while offering background commentary and some fun jokes
In the quiet geisha district he covered a little of thei... more

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Excellent!

2018/11/15 Solo Travelers Maria Cruz

The ride was lovely. Koki was super nice and was waiting for me already even thought I was early. It was easy to find him and he explained everything very well. Including all the fun facts about our surroundings. The rid... more

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great experience !!

2016/07/18 Families with Young Children RSFCfamily

we have great experience during our holidays at Tokyo and the rickshaw ride made it perfect.....we all love it !! thank you VELTRA !!

The BEST way to explore Asakusa!!

2015/08/24 Friends Suikachan

This was our first time to ride a rickshaw, we joined the 12 minutes (was actually longer than 12 minutes) Kaminarimon course. The guide called us 10 minutes before our reservation time and met us in front the Kaminarimo... more

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Rickshaw Ride (Cultural Experiences), Tokyo tours & activities, fun things to do in Tokyo | VELTRA
Elegant black and red rickshaws are a great way to see a different side of Japan. Head down side streets inaccessible to tour buses, while your friendly shafu guides you. Besides being athletic, the shafu (drivers) of these unique vehicles are also well-versed in the history and traditions of Japan. They can spirit you away to places only known by locals, and tend to be a gregarious, jokey bunch.