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Tourist Office And Rent-a-Cycle Office To Move

Author: Shaney Crawford, Issue: June 2006, Topic: Tourism, Location: Tsukuba City

Tsukuba Tourist Office Moves

The Tsukuba Tourist Office is going to move from the bus terminal to the train station on June 11, 2006.

Tsukuba Rent-a-Cycle Office Moves

The Tsukuba Rent-a-Cycle Office is going to move from the Kantetsu Tourist Service Center to the Tsukuba Tourist Office. The move will take place on June 1, so the office will be located in the bus terminal from June 1 to June 10 and then it will move to the train station on June 11.

To rent a bike, you will need to fill out a form and show some ID. It costs 500 yen for adults and 250 for children. The rental time is from 9am to 6:30pm. You can only rent bicycles for one day at a time (you cannot keep the bike overnight). There are 29 bikes for adults and 6 bikes for children. It is not possible to reserve bikes ahead of time.

Contact

Tsukuba City Hall Tourism Division: 029-836-1111 ext 3243 Tsukuba Tourist Office: 029-855-8155

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