Places to See in Tokyo Using the Toei 1-Day Pass

Places to See in Tokyo Using the Toei 1-Day Pass, Tokyo, Japan (B)

A Toei 1-Day Pass is a pass that can be used for unlimited rides on the Toei Subway, Toei Bus (including Tama area), Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line), and Nippori-Toneri Liner. And it only costs 700 yen.

There are many places to see in Tokyo that can be reached using the Toei Subway, Toei Bus, and the other lines covered by the Toei 1-Day Pass. But you cannot visit all of them in just one day. Or at least can't (I am too old for Amazing Race type of trips). Below are some places we went to that are just a stop or two or three (on the Toei Subway) from each other.

I never got to visit and observe the tuna auctions in Tsukiji. Now that this famous tuna action has been moved to Toyosu Market, is there anything to see in Tsukiji? There is still the Tsukiji Outer Market with lots of seafood, fresh fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, wasabi, mochi, candied strawberries, and other goodies to empty your wallets for and stuff yourself with.

We visited Tsukiji Outer Market in the morning for some fresh seafood for breakfast. We picked a random eatery in one of the alleys in the market and had a meal of baked mackerel with rice and soup, different kinds of sashimi in a bowl of rice (called kaisen don), and a bowl of seared seafood with rice. Good stuff. But we saw so many other good stuff after breakfast that we just had to make room for desserts: different flavors of mochi with fresh strawberry, sticks of warabimochi (very soft, jelly-like mochi), and juicy king crab (if you can consider that dessert)! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Places to See in Tokyo Using the Toei 1-Day Pass
Guide Location: Japan » Tokyo
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Mustachio Ventures
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Tsukiji Outer Market
  • Toyosu Market
  • Hostel Owl Tokyo Nippori
  • Hama-rikyu Garden
  • Nakajima-no-ochaya
  • Seaside Top Observatory
  • Tokyo Tower
  • Tokyo Skytree
  • Tokyo Ramen Street
  • Higashi-Ginza Station
  • East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
  • Otemachi Station
  • Zojoji Temple
  • Shibakoen Station
  • Akabanebashi Station

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