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Yurikamome is a new traffic system a little like a roller coaster.

Yurikamome is a new traffic system which connects between central Tokyo and a waterfront area along Tokyo Bay. When you will go to Odaiba, you may get on this Yurikamome. Yurikamome means black-headed gull in Japanese. Black-headed gull is one of birds that are living at Tokyo Bay.

Yurikamome starts from Shimbashi Station, goes through Odaiba, and finally reaches Toyosu Station. And then the train go back from Toyosu Station to Shimbashi Station on the reverse direction. Toyosu district is the move place of Tsukiji Fish Market in the future where Tokyo Metropolitan Government chose.

Yurikamome is a small and driverless train. Central computer systems control the train remotely. So passengers can sit in the front seats of the train. If you can sit there, you will be able to enjoy maximum its nice view of the waterfront area in Tokyo. The train accelerates at a straight line, runs beside high buildings. It crosses Rainbow Bridge on Tokyo Bay, and also pass through near a ferris wheel of Odaiba and Tokyo Big Sight International Exhibition Center.

Its fare is a little more expensive than other normal railways in Tokyo. When you get on Yurikamome, you can pay its fare by Suica or PASMO and other electlic money cards of Railways.

Yurikamome is weak to strong winds. Yurikamome is passing through the waterfront area along Tokyo Bay. Rarely very strong winds blow in central Tokyo. This area receives strong winds from sea directly. If strong winds blow over its defined value, Yurikamome will stop running. If you will get on it on a very strong windy day, you had better to care it.

See the official website of Yurikamome.

A new tourist information center opened in JP Tower. It is in front of Tokyo Station.

A new tourist information center named “Tokyo City i” opened in JP Tower on March 21 2013. JP Tower is a new 38 story building in front of Marunouchi south entrance of Tokyo Station.

Tokyo City i is on the first floor and the first basement floor.

Generally, Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean language are available there. Not only Japanese, but also English, Chinese, and Korean speaker can give you some advice about tourism. They also can book hotels and tickets for you.

This counter is on the first basement floor. You can consult about sightseeing.

This counter is on the first basement floor. You can consult about sightseeing.

You can search many information by this touch panels.

You can search many information by this touch panels.

You can get many free brochures about towns, facilities, and activities in Tokyo. Some free information machines are there.

Brochures in foreign language are about 30 percents. English, Chinese, and Korean brochures are. Other brochures are in Japanese.

Brochures in foreign language are about 30 percent. English, Chinese, and Korean brochures are. Other brochures are in Japanese.

Many brochures written in English, Chinese, and Korean are there.

Many brochures written in English, Chinese, and Korean are there.

You can exchange foreign money on the first floor.

A café is on the first basement floor. You can eat light meals and drink there. *Meals and drinks are fee-based.

Tourist information centers in Tokyo.

Many tourist information centers are available in Tokyo. Several public and private sectors run them. They are in main stations and airports, provide information on sightseeing spots and events taking place in Tokyo, offer guidance on public transportation.

Tokyo Station

Tourist Information Center

Japan National Tourism Organization operates only for foreign visitors.

  • [Nearest Station] Yurakucho Sta. (Tokyo International Forum Exit)
  • [Business Hours] 9:00 – 17:30 *Closed on 1 Jan.
  • [Languages] English, Chinese and Korean.
  • [Address] 1st Fl, Shin-Tokyo Bldg., 3-3-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
  • [Phone] 03-3201-3331
  • [Website] http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/arrange/travel/guide/tic.html
Tokyo Information Center at Marunouchi

Tokyo Information Center at Marunouchi

JR EAST Travel Service Center – Tokyo Station

East Japan Railway Company operates only for foreign visitors.

JR East Tokyo Travel Service Center at Tokyo Station

JR East Tokyo Travel Service Center at Tokyo Station

Tokyo City i (Tourist and Business Information)

Japan Post operates.

  • [Nearest Station] Tokyo Sta. (Marunouchi South Gate)
    *Direct underground passage from Tokyo Sta.
  • [Business Hours] 8:00 – 20:00 *Closed on 1 Jan. and the 4th Sunday of Febryary
  • [Languages] English, Chinese and Korean.
  • [Address] JP Tower, 2-7-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
  • [Website] http://en.tokyocity-i.jp/

TIC TOKYO (Tourist Information Center Tokyo)

Mori Kanko Trust Co.Ltd. operates. It is a tourism business company.

  • [Nearest Station] Tokyo Sta. (Yaesu North Gate – Nihonbashi Exit)
  • [Business Hours] 10:00 – 19:00 *Except the year-end through New Year holidays and days specified by the building.
  • [Languages] English and Chinese.
  • [Address] Marunouchi Trust Tower North, 1-8-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
  • [Phone] 03-5220-7055
  • [Website] http://www.tictokyo.jp/en/index.html

Asakusa

Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

Taito ward office operates. You can get information about Asakusa mainly. It is in front of Kaminarimon Gate. It has clean restrooms anybody can use.

Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

Tobu Sightseeing Service Center

Tobu Railway Company operates. You can get information about Nikko and Kinugawa.

  • [Nearest Station] Tobu Asakusa Sta. (Central Exit)
  • [Business Hours] 7:45 – 17:00 *Closed on 30 Dec to 3 Jan.
  • [Languages] English, Chinese and Korean.
  • [Address] 1-4-1 Hanakawado, Taito-ku, Tokyo
  • [Phone] 03-3841-2871
  • [Website] http://www.tobu.co.jp/foreign/contact.html

Tobu Group Tourist Plaza (TOKYO Soramachi 5F)

Tobu Railway Company operates.

  • [Nearest Station] Oshiage Sta. and Tokyo Sky Tree Sta.
  • [Business Hours] 10:00 – 21:00 *Except days specified by the building.
  • [Languages] English. Chinese: Part-time, Korean: Part-time.
  • [Address] TOKYO Soramachi 5F, 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
  • [Phone] 03-5610-2830
  • [Website] http://www.tobu.co.jp/foreign/contact.html

Ueno

Tokyo Tourist Information Center Keisei Ueno Branch

Tokyo Metropolitan Government operates.

Tokyo Tourist Information Center at Keisei Ueno Station

Tokyo Tourist Information Center at Keisei Ueno Station

Shinjuku

Tokyo Tourist Information Center
(Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building )

Tokyo Metropolitan Government operates.

  • [Nearest Station] Shinjuku Sta. (West Gate)
  • [Business Hours] 9:30 – 18:30 (*Except the year-end through New Year holidays)
  • [Languages] English, Chinese and Korean.
  • [Address] Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building(Main Building No.1, 1F)8-1,Nishi-Shinjuku 2-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
  • [Phone] 03-5321-3077
  • [Website] http://www.gotokyo.org/en/tourists/info/center/index.html

Odakyu Sightseeing Service Center Shinjuku
(1st floor (Ground Floor), Odakyu Railway Shinjuku Station West Exit)

Odakyu Electric Railway Co.,Ltd. operates. You can get information about Hakone.

  • [Nearest Station] Odakyu Shinjuku Sta. (West exit)
  • [Business Hours] 8:00 – 18:00
  • [Languages] English. Chinese: Part-time, Korean: Part-time.
  • [Address] 1-1-3 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
  • [Phone] 03-5321-7887
  • [Website] http://www.odakyu.jp/english/center/

Haneda Airport International Terminal

Keikyu Tourist Information Center

Keikyu Corporation operates. Keikyu is a railway company. You can get information about Tokyo and Yokohama.

  • [Nearest Station] Haneda Airport International Terminal Sta. (Keikyu Line)
  • [Business Hours] 7:00 – 22:00
  • [Languages] English, Chinese and Korean.
  • [Address] 2F Haneda Airport International Terminal,2-6-5 Hanedakuko, Ota-ku, Tokyo
  • [Website] http://www.haneda-tokyo-access.com/en/airport/service.html

JR EAST Travel Service Center (Haneda Airport International Terminal)

East Japan Railway Company operates.

Tokyo Tourist Information Center Haneda Airport Branch

Tokyo Metropolitan Government operates.

  • [Location] Haneda Airport International Terminal,2F
  • [Business Hours] 9:00 – 23:00
  • [Languages] English, Chinese and Korean.
  • [Address] Haneda Airport International Terminal 2F,2-6-5 Hanedakuko, Ota-ku, Tokyo
  • [Phone] 03-6428-0653
  • [Website] http://www.gotokyo.org/en/tourists/info/center/index.html

Narita Airport International Terminal

Tourist Information Center (Narita International Airport Terminal 1)

Japan National Tourism Organization operates only for foreign visitors.

  • [Location] Narita International Airport Terminal 1
  • [Business Hours] 8:00 – 20:00
  • [Languages] English, Chinese and Korean.
  • [Address] Arrival Lobby 1F, Terminal 1, Narita International Airport, Narita-shi, Chiba
  • [Phone] 0476-30-3383
  • [Website] http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/arrange/travel/guide/tic.html

Tourist Information Center (Narita International Airport Terminal 2)

Japan National Tourism Organization operates only for foreign visitors.

  • [Location] Narita International Airport Terminal 2
  • [Business Hours] 8:00 – 20:00
  • [Languages] English, Chinese and Korean.
  • [Address] Arrival Lobby 1F, Terminal 1, Narita International Airport, Narita-shi, Chiba
  • [Phone] 0476-34-5877
  • [Website] http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/arrange/travel/guide/tic.html

JR EAST Travel Service Center (Narita Airport Terminal 1)

East Japan Railway Company operates.

  • [Location] Narita International Airport Terminal 1
  • [Business Hours] 8:15 – 19:00
  • [Languages] English. Chinese: Part-time, Korean: Part-time.
  • [Address] JR East Japan Narita Airport Station yard, 1-1 Sanrizuka Goryo Bokujyo, Narita-shi, Chiba
  • [Website] http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/customer_support/service_center.html

JR EAST Travel Service Center (Narita Airport Terminal 2)

East Japan Railway Company operates.

  • [Location] Narita International Airport Terminal 2
  • [Business Hours] 9:30 – 20:00
  • [Languages] English. Chinese: Part-time, Korean: Part-time.
  • [Address] JR East Japan Airport Terminal 2 Bldg. Station yard, 1-1 Furugomeaza, Narita-shi, Chiba
  • [Website] http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/customer_support/service_center.html

The best way to go central Tokyo from Narita Airport and Haneda Airport

There are two main ways to go to central Tokyo from each airport. They are express trains and highway buses.

Generally express trains are faster than highway buses. If you transfer to local trains from express trains on weekdays, be careful to commute times. Local trains are very crowded at commute time in Tokyo. So, you may not be able to get on local trains if you have big baggages.

Highway buses goes to some hotels directly. If you stay the hotels, the bus may the best way. But buses may be influenced by traffic jam. When you use the bus, you should have enough time to move.

How do you go to central Tokyo from Narita Airport and Haneda Airport?

How do you go to central Tokyo from Narita Airport and Haneda Airport?

From Narita Airport to central Tokyo

Narita Airport is a little far place from central Tokyo. There are three main ways to go to central Tokyo from Narita Airport. The best way is depends on where you want to arrive in Tokyo. Narita Express and Keisei Skyliner are express trains that connect Narita Airport and central Tokyo. Highway buses go direct to major places and hotels.

Narita Express (N’EX)

Narita Express is an express train of JR. It connects between Narita Airport and Tokyo Sta., Shibuya Sta, Shinjuku Sta. Ikebukuro Sta, and Yokohama Sta. If you are a foreign tourist and you will get on Narita Express from Narita Airport, you can save money more to buy its ticket and an electric money card called “Suica” in sets at Narita Airport. Because this Suica is worth 1,500 yen already as electric money. See Suica & N’EX for more details.

Skyliner

Skyliner is an express train of Keisei Dentetsu. It connects between Narita Airport and Ueno Sta. Skyliner is the fastest train in Japan except for Shinkansen now.

Highway Bus

Many highway buses run directly from Narita Airport to major places and hotels. The buses run highways. Although convenient, but they may be influenced by traffic jam occasionally.

Tokyo Station and hotels
Narita Express and highway buses are available.
Narita Express
2,940 yen / about 1 hour
Highway Bus
3,000 yen / about 75 min. – 125 min.
Shibuya hotels
Narita Express and highway buses are available.
Narita Express
3,110 yen / about 1 hour and 20 min.
Highway Bus
3,000 yen / about 75 min. – 125 min.
Shinjuku Station
Narita Express and highway buses are available.
Narita Express
3,110 yen / about 1 hour and 27 min.
Highway Bus
3,000 yen / about 85 min. – 145 min.
Ikebukuro Station
Narita Express and highway buses are available.
Narita Express
fare: 3,110 yen / time: about 1 hour and 33 min.
Highway Bus
*Highway bus goes only Hotel Metropolitan and Sunshine City Prince Hotel. The bus does not go Ikebukuro Station.fare 3,000 yen / about 75 min. – 140 min.
Yokohama Station
Narita Express and highway buses are available.
Narita Express
fare: 4,180 yen / time: about 1 hour and 31 min.
Highway Bus
*Highway Bus arrive at Yokohama City Air Terminal “YCAT”. It is close to Yokohama Station.fare 3,500 yen / about 85 min. – 110 min.
Ueno Station
Keisei Sky Liner is available.
fare: 2,400 yen / time: 43 min.
Ginza hotels
Highway bus is available.
fare: 3,000 yen / time 75 min. – 130 min.
Haneda Airport
Highway bus is available.
fare: 3,000 yen / time: 65 min. – 85 min.
Tokyo Disneyland
Highway bus is available.
fare: 2,400 yen / time: 55 min. – 95 min.

From Haneda Airport

Haneda Airport is at a little south from central Tokyo. Haneda Airport is nearer than Narita Airport to central Tokyo. There are three main ways to go to central Tokyo from Haneda Airport. Highway Buses go direct to major places and hotels. Monorail connects Haneda Airport and Hamamatsucho Station. Keikyu goes mainly to Shinagawa and Yokohama. The best way to you is depends on where you want to arrive.

Express Buses

Many Express Buses run directly to main hotels in central Tokyo. These buses may be easy way if you will stay in the hotels. But the buses may be stuck in traffic jam. You should have enough time if you use the express bus.

Monorail

Monorail reaches Hamamatsucho Station of JR Yamanote line. You will transfer to other trains at Hamamatsucho Station to go to your destination. JR Yamanote Line will be crowded at commute time. You may not be able to ride if you have some big baggages. Be careful.

  • fare 470 yen / 15 min.

Keihin Kyuko ”Keikyu”

Keihin Kyuko is a private railway. We call “Keikyu” for short. Keikyu goes to Shinagawa, Kawasaki, Yokohama, and goes directly to Higashi-Ginza and Asakusa through Toei Asakusa Line. You can go to Shibuya, Shinjuku and Ikebukuro with one transfer to JR Yamanote Line at Shinagawa Station. These trains will be crowded at commute time.

Asakusa
fare 600 yen / 37 min.
Higashi-Ginza
fare 550 yen / 26 min.
Shinagawa
fare 400 yen / 15 min.
Kawasaki
fare 360 yen / 13 min.
Yokohama
fare 440 yen / 25 min.

*These information are as at the time of posted. They may be changed after posted.

The best way to go to main locations from Ginza

Ginza is located on east central Tokyo. You can get on 6 railway lines from Ginza including Yorakucho Station and Higashi Ginza Station. And Ginza is neighbor town of Tokyo Station. So, Ginza is quite convenient to go everywhere.

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Yurakucho Station is a 5-minute walk from Ginza Station. Higashi Ginza Station is also a 5-minute walk from Ginza Station and a neighboring station of Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line. You can go to Higashi Ginza Station through an underground passage. So you do not have to mind rain. Also you can go up to some exits near Yurakucho Station through an underground passage. But it is a little difficult and complicated tunnel.

There are many railway lines and subway lines in Tokyo. So you can select some better ways to go places where you want to go.

Near places

You can go there by local trains.

arrow arrow Akihabara

JR Yamanote Line stops at center of Akihabara. Hibiya Line stops at a little far side from electric town of Akihabara.

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> Akihabara Sta. *13 min., 160 Yen
  2. Yurakucho Sta. –> (JR Line Yamanote Line) –> Akihabara Sta. *5 min, 130 Yen

arrow arrow Asakusa

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Ginza Line Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) –> Asakusa Sta. *16 min., 160 yen

arrow arrow Harajyuku

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> (2) Kokkai-gijidomae Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Kokkai-gijidomae Sta.–>(Chiyoda Line Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line) –> (3) Meiji-gingumae Sta. *17 min. 160 yen

arrow arrow Ikebukuro

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> Ikebukuro Sta. *20 min. 190 yen
  2. Ginza Icchome Sta. –> (Yurakucho Line Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line) –> Ikebukuro Sta. *20 min. 190 yen

arrow arrow Odaiba

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Ginza Line Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) –> (2) Shimbashi Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Shimbashi Sta. –> (Yurikamome LineYurikamome Line) –> (3) Odaiba-kaihinkoen Sta. *23min.,470 yen

arrow arrow Roppongi

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> Roppongi Sta. *9 min. 160 yen

arrow arrow Shibuya

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Ginza Line Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) –> Shibuya Sta. *15 min. 190 yen

arrow arrow Shinjuku

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> Shinjuku Sta. *16 min. 190 yen

arrow arrow Tokyo Big Sight

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Ginza Line Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) –> (2) Shimbashi Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Shimbashi Sta. –> (Yurikamome LineYurikamome Line) –> (3) Kokusai-tenjijo-Seimon Sta. *25min.,530 yen
  2. (1) Ginza Icchome Sta. –> (Yurakucho Line Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line) –> (2) Toyosu Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Toyosu Sta. –> (Yurikamome LineYurikamome Line) –> (3) Kokusai-tenjijo-Seimon Sta. *25min.,400 yen

arrow arrow Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disneysea

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> (2) Hatchobori Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Hatchobori Sta. –> (JR Line Keiyo Line) –> (3) Maihama Sta. *25min.,370 yen
  2. (1) Ginza Icchome Sta. –> (Yurakucho Line Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line) –> (2) Shinkiba Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Shinkiba Sta. –> (JR Line Keiyo Line) –> (3) Maihama Sta. *22min.,340 yen

arrow arrow Tokyo Dome

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> Korakuen Sta. *12 min. 160 yen

arrow arrow Tokyo Sky Tree

  1. Higashi Ginza Sta. –> (Toei Asakusa Line Toei Asakusa Line) –> Oshiage Sta. *15min.,210 yen
  2. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> (2) Nihombashi Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Nihombashi Sta. –> (Toei Asakusa Line Toei Asakusa Line”) –> (3) Oshiage Sta. *22min.,340 yen

arrow arrow Tokyo Station

Tokyo Station is a neighboring station of Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line. Yurakucho Station is also a neighboring station of JR Yamanote Line.

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> Tokyo Sta. *3 min. 160 yen
  2. Yurakucho Sta. –> (JR Line Yamanote Line) –> Tokyo Sta. *3 min. 130 yen

arrow arrow Tokyo Tower

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> Kamiyacho Sta. *6min.,160 yen

arrow arrow Tsukiji

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> Tsukiji Sta. *3 min., 160 yen

arrow arrow Ueno

Both Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hibiya Line go to Ueno directly. So, both lines are no problem. Cars of Ginza Line are a little small than other lines. Also you can use JR Yamanote Line from Yurakucho Station. Three lines’ stations are near.

  1. Ginza Sta. –> (Ginza Line Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) –> Ueno Sta. *11 min., 160 yen
  2. Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> Ueno Sta. *16 min., 160 yen
  3. Yurakucho Sta. –> (JR Line Yamanote Line) –> Ueno Sta. *10 min., 150 yen

arrow arrow Yokohama

  1. (1) Yurakucho Sta. –> (JR Line Yamanote Line) –> (2) Shimbashi Sta.
    –> transfer– > (2) Shimbashi Sta. (JR Line Tokaido Line) –> (3) Yokohama Sta. *30 min., 450 yen
  2. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Ginza Line Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) –> (2) Shimbashi Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Shimbashi Sta. (JR Line Tokaido Line) –> (3)Yokohama Sta. *30 min., 610 yen

arrow arrow Yokohama Minatomirai

  1. (1) Yurakucho Sta. –> (JR Line Yamanote Line) –> (2) Shimbashi Sta.
    –> transfer– > (2) Shimbashi Sta. (JR Line Tokaido Line) –> (3) Yokohama Sta.
    –> transfer– > (3) Yokohama Sta. (JR Line Keihin Tohoku Line) –> (4) Sakuragicho Sta. *43 min., 450 yen
  2. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> (2) Nakameguro Sta.
    –> transfer– > (2) Nakameguro Sta. (Tokyu Toyoko Line) –> Minatomirai Sta. *46 min., 630 yen

A little far places

arrow arrow Hakone

There are two railways to go to Hakone from central Tokyo. Odakyu Romance Car and JR Tokaido Shinkansen.

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> (2) Shinjuku Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Shinjuku Sta. –> (Odakyu Romancecar) –> Hakoneyumoto Sta.*120 min.,2,210 yen
  2. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> (2) Tokyo Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Tokyo Sta. –> (JR Line Tokaido Shinkansen) –> (3) Odawara Sta.
    –> transfer –> (3) Odawara Sta. (Hakone-tozan Line) –> Hakoneyumoto Sta.*82 min.,3,900 yen

arrow arrow Kamakura

  1. (1) Yurakucho Sta. –> (JR Line Yamanote Line) –> (2) Shinagawa Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Shinagawa Sta. –> (JR Line Yokosuka Line) –> (3) Kamakura Sta. *60 min.,890 yen

arrow arrow Makuhari Messe

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> (2) Hatchobori Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Hatchobori Sta. –> (JR Line Keiyo Line) –> (3) Kaihin-makuhari Sta. *46min.,700 yen
  2. (1) Ginza Icchome Sta. –> (Yurakucho Line Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line) –> (2) Shinkiba Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Shinkiba Sta. –> (JR Line Keiyo Line) –> (3) Kaihin-makuhari Sta. *43min.,570 yen

arrow arrow Mt.Takao

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> (2) Shinjuku Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Shinjuku Sta. –> (Keio Line) –> (3) Takaosan-guchi Sta. *75min.,560 yen

arrow arrow Nikko

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> (2) Kitasenjyu Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Kitasenjyu Sta. –> (Tobu Line) –> (3) Shimoimaichi Sta.
    –> transfer –> (3) Shimoimaichi Sta. –> (Tobu Line) –> (4) Nikko Sta. *130min.,2,810 yen

Airport

arrow arrow Haneda Airport

  1. Higashi Ginza Sta. –> (Toei Asakusa Line Toei Asakusa Line & Kekyu Line) –> Haneda Airport Sta. *31min.,590 yen
  2. (1) Yurakucho Sta. –> (JR Line Yamanote Line) –> (2) Hamamatsucho Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Hamamatsucho Sta. (Tokyo Monorail Line) –> (3) Haneda Airport Sta. *25min.,600 yen
  3. Expressway Bus

arrow arrow Narita Airport

  1. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Hibiya Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) –> (2) Ueno Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Ueno Sta. –> (Keisei Sky Liner) –> (3) Narita Airport *70min.,2,560 yen
  2. (1) Ginza Sta. –> (Marunouchi Line Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) –> (2) Tokyo Sta.
    –> transfer –> (2) Tokyo Sta. (JR Line Narita Express) –> (3) Narita Airport*75min.,2,900 yen
  3. Expressway Bus

Far City

arrow arrow Kyoto/Osaka/Kobe

  • Tokyo Sta. (JR Tokaido Shinkansen) –> Kyoto Sta.
  • Tokyo Sta. (JR Tokaido Shinkansen) –> Shin-Osaka Sta.
  • Tokyo Sta. (JR Tokaido Shinkansen) –> Shin-Kobe Sta.