Ginza Rickshaw Tour

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Enjoy traveling around Ginza & Tsukiji area by Kurumaya Rickshaw.  It will be elegant and memorable time for you.

Please make reservation 3 days in advance by using Reservation Form (cannnot be accepted by telephone).

(Example:  Please send the reservation form by March 21, to make reservation on March 24)

Price (including tax)

Course1 Person2 Persons
15 min. course3,000JPY4,000JPY
30 min. course6,000JPY8,000JPY
45 min. course9,000JPY12,000JPY
60 min. course12,000JPY16,000JPY
90 min. course18,000JPY24,000JPY
120 min. course24,000JPY30,000JPY

Course Outline

The course can be customized according to your request   In some cases it is not possible to respond due to traffic conditions.

Example of "30 min. course"

Rickshaw course Ginza 30min.
Rickshaw course Tsukiji 30min.

Example of "60 min. course"

Rickshaw course Ginza/Hibiya 60min.
Rickshaw course Tsukiji/Ginza 60min.

Example of "90 min. course"

Rickshaw course Tsukiji/Ginza/Hibiya 90min.
Ginza Rickshaw Tour (90 min.) by Kurumaya Ginza

Spot Information

Kabuki-za Theatre


The most famous Kabuki theater opened in 1889 and it has been performing Kabuki for over 100 years.



An authentic tea room next to Kabuki-za. You can also rent a kimono and experience a tea ceremony.

Tsukiji Hongwanji


A branch temple of Nishi Hongwanji Temple in Kyoto. The current main hall was newly built in 1934, and the motif was the ancient Indian style.

Tsukiji Market


A wholesale market having the world’s largest transaction. There are two areas: inside area where professional chefs’ purchase, and the area outside for ordinary shoppers.

Shimbashi Enbujo Theater


Constructed in 1925 as a place to show off Shimbashi Geisha’s performance. They perform special dance in spring and autumn.

Hakuhinkan TOY PARK


Listed in the Guinness Book as the largest toy shop in Japan in 1986. It is also famous for the slot car circuit and the museum.

Shiseido Parlor


A head office building of Shiseido, a cosmetic company founded as a western style dispensing pharmacy. Famous as the first restaurant in Japan that sold soda water in 1902.

Ginza Lion (Beer Restaurant)


A long-established store founded in 1899 as Japan’s first beer restaurant. You can enjoy draft beer and cuisine in a retro space.



Founded in 1663 as a medicinal product trader, it is a long-established store specializing in documentation supplies and incense. It is famous for the highest land value in Japan.

Site of Sony Building


Closed temporarily due to disassembly. It will be utilized as “Ginza Sony Park” from the summer of 2018 to 2020, and a new Sony building will be constructed and open in the autumn of 2022.

Sukiyabashi Park


Although Sukiyabashi was bridged over Edo castle moat in 1629, it was removed in 1958 for landfill of the outer moat. Sukiyabashi Park was established after that.

Hibiya Park


It was a place where there was a mansion of Daimyo in the Edo period, but in the Meiji era they were abolished and became a vacant lot. Then Hibiya Park opened there in 1902.

The Imperial Palace


Originally placed in the current Kyoto until Edo period.  After the Meiji Restoration, as the capital function moved to Tokyo, the Imperial Palace was moved to the Edo Castle of the Tokugawa shogunate.

Statue of Kusunoki Masashige


The statue is looking at the front of the Nijubashi-bridge.  It is the Kusunoki’s figure of which when he greeted Emperor Godaigo who returned from Okinoshima in 1333

Imperial Theatre


It was the first Japanese Western theater constructed in 1911, and it became the current complex building style in 1966.

The Peninsula Tokyo


The hotel opened in 2007, having the finest “Peninsula Suite” is the largest hotel-room in Tokyo (347㎡).  At the wedding ceremony being held at this hotel, the bride and groom travels around the hotel with Kurumaya rickshaw.

Yurakucho Mullion


It was once a symbolic building of Ginza and Yurakucho area like Nippon theater (Nichigeki) and Asahi Shimbun.  it was dismantled in 1981, and Yurakucho Marion opened.



Neo Renaissance style building which was built as “Hattori clock shop building” in 1932 after the Great Kanto Earthquake, is a worldwidely famous building as a symbol of Ginza.

Kimuraya Sohonten


Opened in 1869 as “Bun-eido”, it moved to the present place the following year and renamed “Kimuraya”.  Kimuraya made world’s first “anpan (a round soft bread with azuki bean paste in the center)” In 1874 and “jampan(a round soft bread with jam in the center)” in 1900.

Rengatei Restaurant


Japan’s oldest western restaurant founded in 1895.  Pork cutlet was their popular menu and was spread all over Japan.  It became a representative menu in Japan.

Ginza Itoya


It is a long-established stationery specialty store founded in 1904, having a wide variety of stationery supplies and you will surely find your necessary items here.

Shiroibara Cabaret


It is the only orthodox cabaret in Ginza, founded in 1931. There are about 100 floor ladies, and you can enjoy live band performances and professional dance shows. Unfortunately it will close down in January 10, 2018.



Founded in 1869 as a kimono shop “Tsuruya” in Yokohama, and Ginza main store opened in 1925.  it is a department store popular with women with luxurious inside / exterior.



Japan’s first department store built in Nihonbashi in 1904.   Its restaurant is also famous for Japan’s first “Western Food plate for Children”. Ginza store opened in 1930.

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