Bike Tours in Japan

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TOKYO

Bike and Boat Tour of Asakusa, Tsukiji, and Fukagawa

For those who love adventure, explore Tokyo by bike and boat! See Tokyo across sparkling waters, enjoy a delicious seafood lunch, and get a taste of traditional culture at historic shrines & temples.
from ¥12,000
With lunch
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TOKYO

Backstreets of Tokyo Bike Tour

Welcome to the backstreets of Tokyo! Explore the temples, shrines, and shopping streets around Asakusa!
from ¥7,000
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TOKYO

Tokyo Local Bike Tour for Foodies

Jump on a bike to discover the best food and attractions on the west side of Tokyo, cycling through Nakano, Koenji, and Asagaya.
from ¥7,000
With lunch
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GUNMA

Akagiyama Bike Tour: Exploring Nature & Local Foods of Gunma

Bike around the caldera lake of Mt. Akagi, making stops to soak in the scenery and taste the unique local specialties of Gunma!
from ¥8,500
With lunch
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Can’t find what you’re looking for? We can plan a custom-made food experience or itinerary just for you.

The best way to discover any destination is by bicycle. Well, maybe not the likes of New Delhi and Bangkok, but the bike-friendly streets of Japan really lend themselves to leisurely afternoons of cycling! You could rent a bike in Japan and go it alone, but to really make the most of your time, a bike tour in Japan is the way to go.

Rather than cramming yourself into a busy commuter train with only tunnel walls for a view and the back of a stranger’s head for company, book yourself a spot on one of these fun and social Japanese cycling tours for a street-level view of the hustle and bustle.

Led by an expert English-language guide, you’ll follow the best routes to unlock the best hidden secrets in each neighborhood. Along the way, you’ll learn more about the local Japanese cultural landmarks and get a chance to try some delicious Japanese foods too. There’s really no better way to explore Japan like a local than on one of these bike tours!