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Kawaguchiko

Direct access to Mont Fuji from Shinjuku 

Starting from March 16, a new train reach Kawaguchiko Station directly from Shinjuku Station : the Limited Express FUJI EXCURSION.

Yokohama

Discover Yokohama Station

Yokohama Station is about half an hour from Tokyo with a Japan Rail Pass. It provides access to Chinatown, Landmark Tower and Minato Mirai district close to the sea.

Train on the Ōedo Line

Oedo Line Tokyo Subway

The Oedo Line operated by Toei is a large subway loop line around Tokyo that also has a long branch line to its north-west.

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Okachimachi Station

Okachimachi Station is the main station for the ebullient market, dining and entertainment area of Okachimachi in Tokyo's Taito ward.

Yamanote

How to travel in Tokyo during the Rugby World Cup 2019 ?

How to find your way in Tokyo ? which Pass is needed ? Here is our tips selection to prepare the Rubgy World Cup !

The transport prepayment card, essential for any trip to Japan!

The new Pasmo Passport 

Starting from 1rst of september 2019, a new Pasmo Card is available and dedicated to Japan visitors.

JR Yokosuka

The JR Yokosuka Line

The JR Yokosuka Line connects Tokyo Station to Yokohama, Kamakura, Zushi, Yokosuka and Kurihama and is covered with a Japan Rail Pass.

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Keio New Line

The Keio New Line runs from Shinjuku Station in Shinjuku, Tokyo to Sasazuka Station in Shibuya where it connects with the Keio Line.

Sendagi Station

Sendagi Station Tokyo Chiyoda Line

Sendagi Station Tokyo is a Tokyo metro line station on the Chiyoda Line close to the historic Yanaka district of Tokyo and Yanaka Ginza.

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Yotsuya Station

Yotsuya Station on the border between Shinjuku and Chiyoda wards is a large, conveniently located train station containing a lot of facilities, about 20 minutes walk west of the Imperial Palace, To

Akasaka-Mitsuke Exit 10 on the Sotobori-dōri Avenue side

Akasaka-Mitsuke Station

Akasaka-Mitsuke Station is a subway station in Minato ward, Tokyo, serving a lively entertainment, shopping and hotel district.

Projected image of station signboard for Takanawa Gateway Station. Courtesy of @seibu271_rs on Twitter

Takanawa Gateway - Tokyo's New Railway Station

Takanawa Gateway Station is due to open on the JR Yamanote and Keihin Tohoku lines in 2020, in time for the Tokyo Olympics.

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Chiyoda Line Tokyo Subway

The Chiyoda Line is a Tokyo subway line that connects seamlessly at both ends to the Odakyu Line to the west and the Joban Line to the east.

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Kuramae Station

Kuramae Station on the Oedo Line and Kuramae Station on the Asakusa Line are both Toei-operated subway line stations in the Kuramae district.

Asakusa Line Trains, Tokyo

Asakusa Line Tokyo Subway

The Asakusa Line is a Tokyo subway line that connects seamlessly at both ends to other lines, linking both Narita and Haneda airports.

Tōhoku Main Line Akabane Station platform

Akabane Station Tokyo

Akabane Station in Kita Ward in the very north of urban Tokyo is a busy commuter train station entirely operated by the East Japan Railway Company (JR East).

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Nerima Station

Nerima Station in western Tokyo is a busy commuter station on the Toei Oedo Line, the Seibu Ikebukuro Line and the Seibu Toshima Line.

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Ryogoku Station

Ryogoku Station on the JR Sobu Line serves the Ryogoku (sumo) district on the east bank of the Sumida River, in Tokyo's Sumida ward.

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Asakusabashi Station

Asakusabashi Station: read a guide to Asakusabashi Station on the Toei Asakusa Subway Line and the JR Chuo-Sobu Line.

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Takadanobaba Station

Takadanobaba Station in Tokyo is located in the north of Tokyo's Shinjuku Ward, about halfway between Shinjuku and Ikebukuro stations.

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Seibu Shinjuku Station

Seibu Shinjuku Station in Shinjuku, Tokyo serves only one private railway company, Seibu Railways.

Odakyu

The Graceful Super Express Romance Car

The Odakyu Electric Railway, a private company in Japan, revealed at the end of 2017 its new limited express train : The Graceful Super Express Romance Car

Ryogoku Kokugikan

The Chuo Sobu Line in Tokyo

From Ryogoku Station to Nakano Station, you will ride a section of the Chuo Sobu Line running from Chiba to Mitaka.

Shibuya Starbuck

Discover Shibuya Station

Shibuya is a vibrant shopping area with many department stores. Let's discover the gateway of this area, Shibuya Station.

South Exit of Shimokitazawa Station, Keio and Odakyu lines, with Inokashira line train in background

Shimokitazawa Station

Shimokitazawa Station serves two lines connecting the bohemian Shimokitazawa commercial area to Shinjuku and Shibuya stations a little to the east.

Discover Kamakura

Discover Kamakura

Kamakura is a lovely town by the sea, with an easy access from Tokyo. It counts 65 Buddhist temples and 19 Shinto shrines, located throughout the town and in the surrounding hills.

Owakudani, Sengokuhara, Hakone, Kanagawa

Your itinerary to Hakone

Hakone is a very popular destination among Tokyoites, as well as tourists, for its gorgeous scenery around the Mount Fuji, its many onsens and vacation resorts.

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Tobu Skytree Line

The Tobu Skytree Line runs from Asakusa Station in Tokyo to Tobu-Dobutsu-Koen Station in Saitama Prefecture.

Hanzomon Station, Tokyo, Japan

Hanzomon Station Tokyo

Hanzomon Station (半蔵門駅) is in the Kojimachi district of Tokyo’s Chiyoda ward and serves one of Tokyo’s most elegant neighborhoods.

Shinjuku

Discover Shinjuku Station

Shinjuku station is the busiest station in the world. Here is our guide to find your way.

Nippori-Toneri Liner

The Nippori-Toneri Liner is a short, automated, elevated railway in the north-east of Tokyo, serving the suburban wards of Arakawa and Adachi wards.

Tokyo Subway Tickets

Read information on the various Tokyo subway tickets available including Pasmo and Suica IC cards, one-day tickets and special tickets for foreign visitors.

Akihabara

Discover Akihabara Station

Akihabara Station is the gateway to the neighborhood of the same name known for its electronic, anime,manga, figurine stores and maid cafe.

Ikebukuro, Toshima

Discover Ikebukuro Station

Ikebukuro Station is one of the busiest train station in Tokyo with JR, Tobu and Seibu lines but the organization of its route and access makes it a space in which one can easily spot with a map

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Airport Narita Rapid Train

The Airport Narita (not to be confused with the Narita Express, NE'X) is a rapid train providing access between Narita Airport and south-western greater Tokyo.

Yokosuka Line

The Yokosuka Line is a railway connecting Tokyo to the Miura Peninsula that forms the western flank of Tokyo Bay.

Yamanote

The JR Yamanote Line

The JR Yamanote Line is the best way to get around Tokyo. It connects 30 stations including major stations as Tokyo Station, Shibuya Station, Shinjuku Station.

Ameyoko

Discover Ueno Station

Ueno is the gateway to Ueno area. Discover our travel tips and our maps to navigate in the station easily !

Shinagawa

Discover Shinagawa Station

Shinagawa station is an important transportation hub where are connected many lines Discover our tips to navigate in the station including a station map !

The Narita Express

The Narita Express

A new deal in 2014 for travel between Narita Airport and Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass.

Shinagawa

The JR Yamanote Line - Part 2

Discover the most convenient way to travel Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass: From Shinagawa to Ebisu through the JR Yamanote Line.

Shinjuku

The JR Yamanote Line - Part 3

Discover the most convenient way to travel Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass: From Shibuya to Shin-Okubo through the JR Yamanote Line.

Kokyo, Tokyo

The JR Yamanote Line - Part 1

Discover the most convenient way to travel Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass: From Tokyo Station to Tamachi through the JR Yamanote Line.

Ikebukuro

The JR Yamanote Line - Part 4

Discover the most convenient way to travel Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass: From Takadanobaba to Sugamo through the JR Yamanote Line.

Rikugien

The JR Yamanote Line - Part 5

Discover the most convenient way to travel Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass: the JR Yamanote Line. Get your JR Pass online today - Available in 7-, 14-, and 21-day passes.

Ameyoko

The JR Yamanote Line - Part 6

Discover the most convenient way to travel Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass: From Ueno to Tokyo Station through the JR Yamanote Line.

Takanawa Yamanote

Takanawa Gateway

The JR Yamanote Line is the most convenient way to travel Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass. Learn about their new, upcoming station : Takanawa Gateway.

Yamanote

The Upcoming Yamanote Train Model

The Yamanote line is the best way to travel Tokyo with your Japan Rail Pass. Available in 7-, 14-, and 21-day passes. Order today!

Pasmo

Do I Need a Pasmo Card?

Do I need to buy a Pasmo card with my Japan Rail Pass?" Find out if an IC card if right for you on your trip to Japan.

Fujikyuko

The Fujisan View Express

The only train line with direct access to Mt. Fuji, the Fujikyu Railways is operated a new, fancy train to ride to Mt. Fuji.

Haneda

From Haneda International Airport to Tokyo with a Japan Rail Pass

How to reach Tokyo from Haneda Airport with a Japan Rail Pass ?

Tokyo

Discover Tokyo Station

Tokyo Station is the central station in Tokyo. Shinkansen Lines go to the north and the south. JR lines will bring you all around Tokyo.

Musashi-Kosugi Station

Musashi-Kosugi Station is a major railway station in Kawasaki on the Yokosuka Line, Nambu Line, Toyoko Line, Shonan-Shinjuku Line and the Meguro Line.

Ebisu Station

Ebisu Station on the JR Yamanote Line in Tokyo is the gateway to the huge Ebisu Garden Place culinary complex and numerous other dining opportunities around the station.

The Shōnan-Shinjuku Line connects Tokyo to the Shōnan coast

Shonan Shinjuku Line

The Shōnan-Shinjuku is a line connecting the very north of the greater Tokyo region - Saitama and even as far as Tochigi and Gunma prefectures - with the southern Shōnan resort area, via mainly Shi

Yurakucho Line

Yurakucho Line: the Yurakucho Line runs 28.3km from Wakoshi in Saitama Prefecture to Shin-Kiba Station in Koto-ku in Tokyo.

New Transit Yurikakome line

Yurikamome Line

The New Transit Yurikamome is a driverless, automated transit service linking Shimbashi to Toyosu, via Odaiba across the Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo.

Saikyo Line

The Saikyo Line is a Japan Rail line connecting Saitama prefecture in the north with Tokyo. The Kawagoe and Rinkai lines connect to the Saikyo LIne at its the north and south ends.

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Kita Senju Station

Kita Senju Station is a major railway station in Tokyo on the Hibiya and Chiyoda metro lines, the Tsukuba Express, Joban Line and the Tobu Skytree Line.

Hibiya Line, Tokyo Subway

Hibiya Line

Hibiya Line: the Hibiya Line of the Tokyo Metro runs from Kita-Senju in the north east to Naka-Meguro in Meguro-ku in the south west of Tokyo.

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Hibiya Station in Tokyo

Hibiya Station in central Tokyo serves three subway lines: the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Chiyoda Line, and the Toei Mita Line.

Keihin-Tōhoku Line train approaching Akihabara Station, Tokyo

Keihin-Tohoku Line

Read a guide to the Keihin-Tohoku-Negishi Line, a train line operated by Japan Rail, that connects Saitama in the north with Tokyo and, further south, with Kanagawa prefecture.

Takaracho Station

Takaracho Station Tokyo Toei Asakusa Line

Takaracho Station Tokyo 宝町駅: Takaracho Station is located in the Kyobashi district of Tokyo close to Tokyo International Forum and the National Film Center.

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Keio Inokashira Line

The busy 12.7km Keio Inokashira Line runs from Shibuya Station to Kichijoji Station in Tokyo.

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Keio Line

The Keio Line is a private railway line in Tokyo connecting Shinjuku Station in Shinjuku with the western suburbs of Chofu, Fuchu and Keio-Hachioji.

Meguro Station

Meguro Station Tokyo

Meguro Station in Tokyo is on the circular Yamanote Line, the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line, the Tokyu Meguro Line between Meguro and Hiyoshi and the Toei Mita Line from Meguro to Nishi-Takashimadaira

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Yurakucho Station

Yurakucho Station is one stop south of Tokyo Station on the Yamanote Line and also on the Keihin-Tohoku Line and Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.

Kanda Station Tokyo

Kanda Station: read a guide to Kanda Station in Tokyo on the Yamanote, Chuo, Ginza subway and Keihin-Tohoku lines.

Ginza Line Tokyo Metro

Ginza Line: read a guide to the Ginza Line of Tokyo metro, the oldest subway line in Japan and Asia that runs from Shibuya to Asakusa.

Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro

Marunouchi Line: read a guide to the Marunouchi Line of the Tokyo Metro, one of the busiest lines in Tokyo that connects Tokyo Station with Shinjuku Station.

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Asakusa Station

Asakusa Station: read a guide to the four Asakusa Stations in Taito-ku, Tokyo, each serving a different railway line.

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Shimbashi Station Tokyo

Shimbashi Station: read a guide to Shimbashi Station in Tokyo an historic station close to Shiodome and Hamamatsucho.

Shinagawa Station Tokyo

Shinagawa Station: read a guide to Shinagawa Station and its surroundings in southern Tokyo, Japan.

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Ochanomizu Station

Ochanomizu Station: read a guide to Ochanomizu Station in Tokyo, a major hub on the JR Chuo-Sobu and metro lines.

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Akihabara Station

Akihabara Station: read a guide to Akihabara Station which connects to the Tsukuba Express, Yamanote Line and Chuo-Sobu Line.

Ikebukuro, Toshima

Ikebukuro Station

Ikebukuro Station. Read a guide to Ikebukuro Station in Tokyo including Ikebukuro Station train connections, shopping and area guide.

Hamamatsucho Station, Tokyo

Hamamatsucho Station Tokyo

Hamamatsucho Station Tokyo 浜松町駅 is a busy station on the Yamanote Line and the Keihin-Tohoku Line as well as connecting to the Tokyo Monorail for Haneda.