Samurai & Ninja Safari Tokyo Entertainment Bus

from $81

Meet a Samurai and a Ninja in the center of Tokyo!
Japan's first tour combining a moving bus theater and a street performance offers an Asakusa experience like never before. This tour has been receiving attention in Tokyo since its first run in 2014, and was featured by multiple overseas media. The 1-hour tour begins with a seemingly typical bus tour of the famous Asakusa area in Tokyo featuring entertaining commentary presented in a mixture of song and rap by the bilingual DJ (English & Japanese). Everything is going according to schedule when suddenly, two costumed figures who look as if they've slipped through time into present day Asakusa, suddenly appear! A conflict between the Ninja and the Samurai seems imminent, and in no time, a full tilt chase between the Samurai and Ninja unfolds throughout the streets of Asakusa! The entire city of Asakusa becomes entangled in the pair's intense battle as the actors change costumes on the fly to transform into Edo townspeople in the blink of an eye. Follow these two characters' comical performances and help the Samurai catch the Ninja with the aid of passersby on the streets before the ultimate showdown--a mind-blowing 4D battle!
Participants can also look forward to taking a photo with the Samurai and Ninja that have just ended the intense acrobatic battle at the end of this action-packed show.

Time 10:00 - 11:30 / 12:45 - 14:10
Departure

Sat, Sun (1 Aug -- 29 Nov 2015)
Except 29,30 Aug 2015

Code JG-RBS1S003A



Remarks:

1. Please be at the meeting location by 15 minutes before your bus departure time. Participants who arrive late may not join the tour.
This is a shared tour with Japanese customers.
2. Children and adults are charged at the same price. Children 5 years of age and under are charged at the adult price if they require their own seat on the bus. Children 5 years of age and under who do not require their own seat may join the tour free of charge.
3. Please refrain from drinking, eating and smoking on board.
4. The bus DJ will make announcements in English and Japanese. The tour is not accompanied by a tour guide on the bus. 
5. The minimum number of participants is 15. You will be contacted at least 5 days in advance if the tour is cancelled due to an insufficient number of participants. 
6. This tour will be held even if it is raining. 
7. The tour end time may differ depending on traffic conditions.                    

Call us on 1800 802 552  or  Online Enquiry

Schedule

B: Breakfast | L: Lunch | D: Dinner
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Day 1

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10:00 - 11:10 / 12:45 - 13:00
Meet in front of Sagawa Express Asakusa Kaminarimon Service Centre

Please look for the signboard at Sagawa Express Asakusa Kaminarimon Service Centre. Please present your reservation confirmation sheet to a staff holding the signboard.
Access to the meeting place: It is a 5- to 8-minute walk from Asakusa Station depending on the train line used. (A 5-minute walk if using Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or Tobu Isesaki Line, and an 8-minute walk if using Toei Asakusa Line or Tsukuba Express).
Please be at the meeting location by 15 minutes before your bus departure time. Participants who arrive late may not join the tour.

10:00 - 11:10 / 13:00 - 14:10
Asakusa Entertainment Bus (70min)
A 70-minute entertainment bus show featuring an engaging commentary presented in a mixture of song and rap by the bilingual DJ (English & Japanese).
It seems as if the Ninja has stolen the Samurai's treasure, and an intense battle between them unfolds throughout the streets of Asakusa. The chase leads the tour through the entire city as the actors change costumes to transform into Edo townspeople, couriers and even the mythical Kappa. Follow these two characters' comical performances and help the Samurai catch the Ninja with the aid of passers by on the streets before the ultimate showdown--a mind-blowing 4D battle!
Participants can also look forward to taking a photo with the Samurai and Ninja that have just ended the intense acrobatic battle at the end of this action-packed show.


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