New Sky Ducks Quack In Tokyo

Tourists in Tokyo now have a new adventure to experience. Two new “Sky Ducks” have been launched and are all the rage. For $30, you can jump onboard a bus that will magically turn into a boat before your very eyes! The bus will take you around Tokyo for awhile, weaving wildly in and out of traffic, and then when you least expect it, will plunge into the Naka river doing about 100 mph – oh, it’s quite the thrill, alright. Now you would think, since it’s called a “Sky Duck,” that it would then take off from the river and soar over Tokyo’s skyscrapers, but apparently that is not the case. One more example of false advertising.



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