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Tokyo to Kawasaki

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Tokyo to Kawasaki

Kawasaki is located in the northeast of Kanagawa, Tamagawa flows at the junction with Tokyo, and Tokyo Bay is in the east. It is about 20 kilometers from downtown Tokyo and it takes about half an hour by car. Kawasaki not only has modern commercial facilities and delicious food, but also Japanese culture, art, and natural landscapes such as temples, Nogaku, parks, ancient Japanese houses, and hot springs. When traveling from Tokyo to Kawasaki, tourists generally plan a 1 or 2-day trip. If you need a private chauffeur to/from Narita Airport, it is recommended add on extra travel time as roads can be busy. Our door to door car rental with a driver is the most convenient service. Our company's drivers are not only professional and courteous but if you book in advance, we can also provide basic English speaking drivers. We are very happy to provide transfer and travel booking services for tourists. For the details of prices, please visit: Tokyo Chauffeur Services

Kawasaki Private Chauffeurs
Our company provides safe and affordable private chauffeurs and private tours service for foreign visitors. Some of your private drivers can speak basic English, and will escort you to Kawasaki from Tokyo. Whether you are going to Kawasaki from Narita Airport or a hotel in Tokyo, private transfer and private tours are the most convenient and affordable way. For more information, please contact our Japan limousine service specialists.

What to See in Kawasaki
Fujiko F Fujio Museum: Fujiko F Fujio Museum displays many precious original artworks, video works, and used items, and 1:1 restoration of various comic scenes. The museum has tools, tables, and teacher's rooms commonly used by teachers, including various animation characters including Amen.




Kawasaki Daishi: This temple has a high reputation in Japan as a master of evil-elimination. About 3 million people visit here on New Year's Day each year. It is one of the top three New Year's places of worship in Japan, and it is very lively. In addition to the annual New Year's worship, many events are held every month, such as temple fairs held in May, bonfires held in May, and wind bell fairs held in July.

Nihon Minkaen Folk House Museum: The Nihon Minkaen Folk House Museum is the permanent preservation of the ancient folk house that is decreasing. In the garden, you can see the typical ancient houses of East Japan, waterwheel cabins, bow houses, and Takakura Kabuki stage.

Kanayama-jinja Shrine: Kanayama-jinja Shrine holds the Festival of the Steel Phallus, on the first Sunday of April each year. The pink, giant male genitals will be carried around by men and women as festivals and will attract a large number of foreign tourists every year.

Train and Bus Museum: The Train and Bus Museum displays many Japanese vehicles and is a museum for manipulating experiences and more. Every weekend, the museum is full, which is suitable for family to visit. It can help children understand the history of trains and cars.




Taro Okamoto Museum of Art: The collection and display here are the 1,800 works and materials donated by Karosaki-born artist Taro Okamoto, as well as many related works of modern art. To commemorate Taro Okamoto's artistic contribution, it was built by his native people at his birthplace. The mother's tower is their symbol, which is 30m high and emits white light.

Higashiogijima Higashi Park: Higashiogijima Higashi Park is an artificial island in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture. The multi-functional artificial beach in East Park is open to the public and is a good place to relax.

Sentakuji Temple: Inside the temple is a large Shaka Nyorai statue (198.5 cm) dedicated to Kamariuko Sanno, the four wooden statues of Tamonten, Komokuten, Bonten, and Taishakuten. On the base of Sumiyadan are important historical monuments of the city.

How to Get to Kawasaki from Tokyo
You can take the JR Tokaido Main Line at Tokyo Station or take the JR Express ア ク テ ィ ー after 3 stops to reach the Kawasaki Station, which takes about 17 minutes. You can also take the JR Keihin-Tohoku Line/Negishi Line or JR Kehin-Tohoku Line to Kawasaki at Tokyo Station. It takes about 25 minutes to go through nine stations to get to Kawasaki. The fare is about 310 yen.

Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • How far is it from Tokyo to Kawasaki?
    Kawasi is located northeast of Kanagawa, Tamagawa, which flows at the junction with Tokyo, and Tokyo Bay on the east side. It is about 20 kilometers from downtown Tokyo and it takes about half an hour by car to reach Kawasaki. When traveling from Tokyo to Kawasaki, tourists generally plan a 1 or 2-day trip.
  • Can Japan Holiday provide a private transfer service from Tokyo to Kawasaki?
    Yes, we provide convenient door to door car rental with driver service from Tokyo to Kawasaki. Our company's drivers are not only skilled and polite but if you book in advance we can provide basic English speaking drivers. Our Tokyo car rental company can provide you with comfortable 7, 10, or 14-seater vans, or a 20 seat Coaster bus.
  • What are the attractions of Kawasaki worth visiting?
    Kawasaki has many interesting attractions to visit, such as Fujiko F Fujio Museum, Kawasaki Daishi, Nihon Minkaen Folk House Museum, Kanayama-jinja Shrine, Train and Bus Museum, Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Higashiogijima Higashi Park, etc.
  • What are the attractions of Kawasaki Daishi?
    Kawasaki Daishi gets about 3 million people visitors on New Year's Day every year. It is one of the top three New Year's shrines in Japan and is very lively. In addition to the annual New Year's worship, many events are held every month, such as temple fairs held in May, bonfires held in May, and wind bell fairs held in July.
  • Are there any interesting activities to join if I want to go visit Kawasaki in April?
    Kanayama-jinja Shrine holds the Festival of the Steel Phallus, on the first Sunday of April each year. The pink, giant male genitals will be carried around by men and women as festivals and will attract a large number of foreign tourists every year.
  • Is there a museum for children in Kawasaki?
    Fujiko F Fujio Museum displays many precious original artworks, video works, and used items, 1 to 1 restoration of various comic scenes, and various animated characters including Doraemon. There is also the Train and Bus Museum, which displays a lot of Japanese vehicles, and is a museum that can be an experience. Both are very suitable for taking children to visit and learn from.
  • How do I get to Kawasaki from Tokyo by public transportation?
    You can take the JR Tokaido Main Line at Tokyo Station or take the JR Express ア ク テ ィ ー after 3 stops to reach the Kawasaki Station, which takes about 17 minutes. You can also take the JR Keihin-Tohoku Line/Negishi Line or JR Kehin-Tohoku Line to Kawasaki at Tokyo Station. It takes about 25 minutes to go through nine stations.
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