Tokyo Mizube Line

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Tokyo Mizube Line
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Tokyo Mizube Line ship on Sumida River, in front of Ōkawabata River City 21.
Locale Tokyo, Japan
Waterway Port of Tokyo, Sumida River, and Arakawa River.
Transit type Water bus
Operator Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association  [ ja ]
No. of lines1 daily line, 7 weekend lines
No. of terminals16

The Tokyo Mizube Line (東京水辺ライン, Tōkyō Mizube Rain, "Tokyo Waterfront Line") is a water bus service in Tokyo. A public company called Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association ( 東京都公園協会 , Tōkyō-to Kōen Kyōkai) operates the lines on Tokyo riverside. The services include public lines listed below, as well as event cruises and chartered ships. All lines close on Monday (or the next day if Monday is a holiday), and between December 29 and January 3.



Arrows (→) indicate ships only go that direction. Dashes () indicate ships go both directions. English line names are tentative translations.

Ryōgoku Odaiba Cruise (両国・お台場クルーズ, Ryōgoku Odaiba Kurūzu)

Sakurabashi Ryōgoku Etchūjima Akashichō-Seirokagarden Hama-rikyū Odaiba-kaihinkōen

Seaside Course (シーサイドコース, Shīsaido Kōsu)

Odaiba-kaihinkōen → (Seaside) → Kasairinkaikouen
Kasairinkaikouen → (Ariake West Canal) → Odaiba-kaihinkōen
(Every weekends/holidays, some weekdays)

Tokyo Bay Course (TOKYO ベイコース, Tōkyō Bei Kōsu)

Ryōgoku Etchūjima Akashichō-Seirokagarden Hama-rikyū Odaiba-kaihinkōen (Ariake West Canal) Tokyo-Big-Site Kasairinkaikouen
(Every weekends/holidays, some weekdays)

Twilight Cruise Odaiba (トワイライトクルーズお台場, Towairaito Kurūzu Odaiba)

Ryōgoku Odaiba-kaihinkōen
(Some weekends/holidays)

Stroll Trip Wavy Trip (Upstream) (ぶらり旅・ゆらり旅(上流部), Burari-tabi Yurari-tabi (Jōryū-bu))

Azusawa Kamiya Arakawayūen Senju Sakurabashi Ryōgoku
(Some weekends/holidays)

Edo-Tokyo Stroll Trip (江戸・東京 ぶらり旅, Edo-Tōkyō Burari-tabi)

Ryōgoku → Etchūjima → Akashichō-Seirokagarden → Hama-rikyū → Odaiba-kaihinkōen → (Ariake West Canal) → Tokyo-Big-Site → Kasairinkaikouen → (Arakawa Lock Gate) → Hirai → Senju → Sakurabashi → Ryōgoku
(Some Saturdays)

All Day Wavy Trip (い・ち・に・ち ゆらり旅, I-chi-ni-chi Yurari-tabi)

Ryōgoku → Hamachō → Etchūjima → Akashichō-Seirokagarden → Hama-rikyū → Odaiba-kaihinkōen → Fune-no-Kagakukan → Kasairinkaikouen → Hirai → (Iwabuchi Sluice) → Azusawa → Kamiya → Arakawayūen → Senju → Sakurabashi → Ryōgoku
(Some Sundays/holidays)

Ryōgoku Rainbow Bridge Excursion (両国レインボーブリッジ周遊, Ryōgoku Reibō Burijji Shūyū)

Ryōgoku → (Rainbow Bridge) → Ryōgoku
(Some weekends/holidays)

Landing fields

Ryōgoku両国 JR: Chūō-Sōbu Line (3 min. walk from Ryōgoku)
Toei: Ōedo Line (6 min. walk Ryōgoku, E-12)
Ryōgoku Kokugikan, Edo-Tokyo Museum, Former Yasuda Garden  [ ja ] Sumida
Hamachō浜町Toei: Shinjuku Line (4 min. walk from Hamachō, S-10), Asakusa Line (7 min. walk from Higashi-Nihombashi, A-15) Hamachō Park  [ ja ] Chūō
Etchūjima越中島JR: Keiyō Line (5 min. walk from Etchūjima) Etchūjima Park  [ ja ], Nakanoshima Park  [ ja ], Ōkawabata River City 21  [ ja ] Kōtō
明石町聖路加ガーデン前 Tokyo Metro: Hibiya Line (7 min. walk from Tsukiji, H-10) Saint Luke's Tower, St. Luke's International Hospital Chūō
Hama-rikyū浜離宮JR: Keihin-Tōhoku Line, Tōkaidō Main Line, Yamanote Line, and Yokosuka Line (All 10 min. walk from Shimbashi)
Toei: Asakusa Line (10min. walk from Shimbashi, A-10), Ōedo Line (5 min. walk from Shiodome, E-19, or 7 min. walk from Tsukijishijō, E-18)
Tokyo Cruise Ship (Hamarikyū, same place)
Tokyo Metro: Ginza Line (10 min. walk from Shimbashi, G-08)
Yurikamome (5 min. walk from Shiodome, U-02)
Hamarikyū Gardens, Tsukiji fish market, Shiodome
Odaiba-kaihinkōenお台場海浜公園Tokyo Cruise Ship (Odaiba Seaside Park, same place)
Yurikamome (5 min. walk from Daiba, U-07)
Odaiba Kaihin Park  [ ja ], Aqua City Odaiba  [ ja ], Decks Tokyo Beach  [ ja ], Fuji Television Minato
Fune-no-Kagakukan船の科学館Tokyo Cruise Ship (Museum of Maritime Science, same place)
Yurikamome (5 min. walk from Tokyo International Cruise Terminal, U-08)
Museum of Maritime Science, Shiokaze Park Kōtō
PalettetownパレットタウンTokyo Cruise Ship (Palette Town, same place)
Yurikamome (In front of Aomi, U-10)
Palette Town (VenusFort  [ ja ], Mega Web, Zepp Tokyo)
Tokyo-Big-Sight東京ビッグサイトTokyo Cruise Ship (Tokyo Big Sight, same place)
Yurikamome (3 min. walk from Tokyo Big Sight, U-11)
Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo Fashion Town  [ ja ]
Kasairinkaikouen葛西臨海公園JR: Keiyō Line (8 min. walk from Kasairinkai-Kōen) Kasai Rinkai Park Edogawa
Hirai平井Hirai Sports Park, Great Hirai Bridge  [ ja ]
Azusawa小豆沢 Itabashi
Kamiya神谷 Tokyo Metro: Namboku Line (5 min. walk from Ōji-Kamiya, N-17) Kita
Arakawayūen荒川遊園Toei: Toden Arakawa Line (7 min. walk from Arakawa-Yūenchi-mae) Arakawa Yūen Amusement Park  [ ja ] Arakawa
Senju千住 Keisei: Main Line (5 min. walk from Keisei Sekiya)
Tōbu: Isesaki Line (5 min. walk from Ushida)
Great Senju Shioiri Bridge  [ ja ] Adachi
Sakurabashi桜橋Sumida Park Taitō

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