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SKY HOP BUS

SKY HOP BUS has been extremely popular among foreign tourists as well as families.

SKY HOP BUS is a sightseeing bus you can freely hop on and hop off as much as you want within the validity period of your ticket. The ticket is available in 1 Day or 2 Day Pass. There are three tour routes; Asakusa-TOKYO SKYTREE course, Odaiba course, and Roppongi-Tokyo Tower course. You can hop on and off from any bus stops and transfer between the routes. 3 route intersections are Marunouchi Mitsubishi Building and the start point of each course. Tickets can be purchased at Marunouchi Mitsubishi Building SKY BUS Ticket Counter (next to Marunouchi Building), Narihira Office (in front of TOKYO SKYTREE Sta.), or in the bus. No reservations are taken. There are three bus types; Open Top Bus, Convertible Open Top Bus, and Glass Roof Bus. The Open Top bus provides spectacular panoramic view and allows you to take great pictures of landmarks and streets. A Japan guide is provided in English, Chinese, and Korean through an earphone besides a quick Japan guide in Japanese. SKY HOP BUS has been extremely popular among foreign tourists as well as families.

<Tickets>
1 Day Pass (24 Hours) Adult 2,500 JPY/Child 1,200 JPY
2 Day Pass (48 Hours) Adult 3,500 JPY/Child 1,700 JPY

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