The only ferry in the metropolitan Tokyo area
The famous Tokyo sightseeing activity of Yagiri-no-watashi is a traditional mode of transportation that has continued since the Edo period. It connects the riverbed behind Shibamata Taishakuten Temple crossing over the Edo River to Shimoyakiri in Matsudo, Chiba. This boat ride packs plenty of atmosphere into just five minutes.
*The information in this article was accurate at the time of the interview and it is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information before visiting.
*The above article is based on coverages made until March 2019.
|HOURS||10:00am-4:00pm (reception closed)|
|CLOSED||Open 365 days a year, closed during rain and poor weather, Monday and Tuesday from July to August, mid-January to mid-March, Monday to Friday in December (open when those days fall on a national holiday)|
|NOTES RE: CLOSINGS||Extra holidays apply|
|COST||One way: Adult ¥200, child ¥100|
|OTHER INFO||Disabled person and 1 caretaker are half price|
|ADDRESS||Edogawa River District, Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo|
|ACCESS||10 minute walk from Shibamata Station on the Keisei Kanamachi Line|
|OTHER CONTACT INFO||Yagiri Ferry, Ltd. Mr. Sugiura|
|CREDIT CARD||Not accepted|
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