All Transport in Tokyo

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    Shinjuku Station

    Shinjuku Station is a massive complex with many train lines, shops and departments stores. Shinjuku Station is the world’s busiest railway station with 3.64 million people using in 2007 when it was recorded into the Guinness World Records. Despite the size of Shinjuku Station, it is relatively easy to navigate Read more [...]

  • Ikebukuro Station

    Ikebukuro Station is the second busiest station in Tokyo, second only to Shinjuku Station, with an average of 2.71 million passenger movements per day in 2007. Ikebukuro Station is in Ikebukuro district in the Toshima ward. Ikebukuro Station combines the JR East, Seibu Ikebukuro Line and the Tobu Tojo Lines. Surrounding Read more [...]

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    Shibuya Station

    Shibuya Station is a very large train station and really at the heart of the famous fashion, shopping and entertainment district of Shibuya. Most of the major Shibuya attractions and things to do are just outside of Shibuya Station or within a short walk including the famous Shibuya Crossing, the Read more [...]

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    Tokyo Station

    Tokyo Station is not the largest or busiest station in Tokyo (See Shinjuku Station ), but it is very close to the Imperial Palace Tokyo and the Ginza commercial district. It is the starting point and terminus for most of Japan’s Shinkansen lines.

  • Shinagawa Station

    Shinagawa Station, just to the north of Shinagawa Ward in the Takanawa District of Minato Ward in central Tokyo, is one of only two stations in the Tokyo area where the Tokaido Shinkansen stops. The Tokaido Shinkansen is the busiest Shinkansen line in Japan running between Tokyo and Osaka Prefecture Read more [...]

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    Harajuku Station

    Harajuku Station is a station on the JR Yamanote Line next to Yoyogi Park. The station was opened on October 30, 1906. The station takes its name from the area on its eastern side, Harajuku.

  • Haneda Airport

    Haneda Airport (IATA: HND, ICAO: RJTT) is officially known as Tokyo International Airport, however it mainly handles domestic flights with some short haul international flight and the majority of international flights go through Narita Airport. Haneda Airport is only 14km south of the centre of Tokyo in the ward of Read more [...]

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    Akihabara Station

    Akihabara Station services Akihabara, which is Tokyo’s ‘Electric Town’, on the eastern side of the central Chiyoda ward. The area houses thousands of shops selling every technological gadget you can imagine, from computers to PlayStations and vacuums to DVDs. Akihabara Station serves JR East: Keihin-Tohoku, Yamanote, Chuo-Sobu, Tokyo Metro: Tokyo Read more [...]