Aug 30, 2015

Tokyo river tours: More setting sail on the city's waterways - Channel NewsAsia

Customised tours in water buses and small boats on rivers running through the Japanese capital are gaining popularity, and most of those who take the tours are residents looking to rediscover the city.

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