A 4-6 hour casual bike ride within central Tokyo, going westmost to Shinjuku, northwards to Akihabara, then back to Yurakucho. The route guide is derived from an artice by Hong Kong's travel magazine "Weekend Weekly", which rode together with Cycle Tokyo! and made the ride into an article. (Though the article mentions 4 hours for the ride, Cycle Tokyo! recommends looking at 6 hours to cover the whole ride.)
Yurakucho - Marunouchi - Imperial Palace - Takebashi - Yotsuya - Jingu Gaien - Shinjuku - JinboCho - Kanda - Akihabara - Otemachi
This course starts off from MUJI Yuurakucho, where rental bikes are available. Riding through the Marunouchi district and then along the Imperial Palace, we head westwards to Yotsuya to see the Imperial Guest House. Plalace. From the guest house, we head to Meiji Jingu nearby where we can see the beautiful Ginko trees. Take one more step westwards to Shinjuku where we can take a look inside a nice and cool hobby bike shop, then have lunch.
After lunch, let's head back east to the Jinbocho second-hand book market area, then to Kanda, and the famous Akihabara. Oh yes, let's stop by along the way to get some traditional sweets, the Taiyaki. After Akihabara, head down south through Otemachi and maybe Ginza, then back to Yurakucho to where we started from .
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