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Minato City Sample Sightseeing Guide

Let's take a tour of public art using the Chi-Bus.Ride the Chi-Bus and meet neighbourhood art, Part1

You can take a tour of public art by getting on and off the Chi-Bus, a Minato City community bus that began service on October 1, 2004. Part 1 will introduce public art on the Akasaka route.

The Chi-Bus is a small bus with a capacity of 33 persons (14 seated, 19 standing). There are two routes: The Akasaka Route between Roppongi and Akasaka and the Tamachi Route, making a loop between JR Tamachi Station and Roppongi Hills. The fare is a uniform \100, regardless of age. The Akasaka Route Chi-bus, running at 20-minute intervals starting on the hour, is an easy and popular way to travel around the shopping or tourist spots of Akasaka, Roppongi and Azabu

For detailed information about the Chi-Bus, please check the following website.

http://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/kurasi/sumai/tibus/

*Bus arrivals/departures for certain stops may be delayed due to traffic conditions. Your understanding of this situation is appreciated.

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Sightseeing Model Route

Take the Chi-Bus from the special Chi-Bus bus stop (42 Akasaka Mitsuke Station) on Sotobori-dori near Akasaka Mitsuke station on the Marunouchi and Ginza Subway Lines and get off at the eighth stop (50 Sanno Byoin-mae) (about 10 minutes’ ride).

Nogi Park and surroundings (Magic Clock)

Walk from the front of Sanno Byoin (hospital) along Gaien. Higashi-dori toward Roppongi (about two minutes' walk).

Nogi Park and surroundings (Nogi Park)

Get on the Chi-Bus at the 51 Nogi Koen (park) stop and get off at the third stop, 53 Roppongi Eki-mae (about 10 minutes’ ride

Roppongi Crossing

Get on the Chi-Bus at the 51 Nogi Koen (park) stop and get off at the third stop, 53 Roppongi Eki-mae (about 10 minutes’ ride

Roppongi Hills

Get on the Chi-Bus at the 51 Nogi Koen (park) stop and get off at the third stop, 53 Roppongi Eki-mae (about 10 minutes’ ride

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