Buses operate frequently every 5-10 minutes, travelling from major Keisei train stations. Usually, there is only one bus in each area, there is announcement on every stop plus digital sign board telling you where you are, clear and easy. Bus fares vary by how many stop you take, read the digital sign board before you alight, it will tell you how much you should pay!
The Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line is a bridge-tunnel across the Tokyo Bay.
It connects the city of Kawasaki in Kanagawa-ken with the city of Kisarazu in Chiba-ken.
With an overall length of 14 km, it includes a 9.6 km bridge and 4.4 km tunnel underneath the bay.
At the bridge-tunnel crossover point, there is a manmade island called the Parking Area Umi-hotaru with a rest area and restaurant.
Tokyo-Bay Ferry connects between Kanaya in Boso Peninsula in Chiba-ken and Kurihama in the Miura Peninsula in Kanagawa-ken, across Tokyo Bay.
The journey time is only 35 minutes, and fare of a adult is Yen500.
Access to Kanaya Port in Chiba-ken
-8 minute walk from JR Kanaya Station on Uchibo Line
-3 minute drive from Futtsu Inter Change on Futtsu-Tateyama High-Way
Access to Kurihama Port in Kanagawa-ken
-10 minutes by bus from JR Kurihama Station and Keikyu Kuriyama Station
-10 minute drive from Sahara Inter Change on Yokohama-Yokosuka High-Way
Nokogiriyama Rope Way, access to Mount Nokogiri and Nihon-ji temple.
- 4 nimute ride to the top of mount Nokogiri.
-From the top of Mount Nokogiri, Tokyo Bay, Miura Peninsula, Toyko Bay Aqua Line, Yokohama landmark tower, Izu as well as Mount Fuji can be seen.
-Round trip fare for an adult is 900 yen
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