The cherry trees gifted to Washington over a century ago are one of the most famous gifts that keep giving each year. But do you know about some of the other Japanese sites that highlight this important aspect of the community? Join the DC Cycling Concierge as he takes you on a virtual, live tour of DC sites that reflect Japan's cultural and warm ties with Washington and the U.S. The DC Cycling Concierge will ride to various sites by bike with his camera to show you a little bit of Japan in DC while Cultural Tourism DC staff share additional images and help field questions. You'll learn about the Japanese Pagoda along the Tidal Basin, the collection of Japanese literature at the Library of Congress, Yoko Ono's Wish Tree and more.

Your tour guide: Jeffrey Miller, Owner/Guide of DC Cycling Concierge       


As this is a virtual event, you just need one registration for your group. When you register, we reserve a space for you, and it makes that space unavailable to others. Once a tour reaches capacity, registration closes, and we remove that tour from the roster of available tours. We will send you a hyperlink (URL) to Zoom that will connect you to your tour approximately 18-24 hours prior to your tour's start time. Check your junk mail folder if you don't find it in email.

If you must cancel a tour registration, there is no penalty or cost. If we receive a cancellation, we manually re-open and re-post tours on the roster as quickly as we can.

Japan in DC, A Virtual Bike Ride (May 24)
Passport DC @Home
Monday, 24 May 2021 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Washington, District of Columbia 20005
United States

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