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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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    Kawaguchiko Station

    Kawaguchiko Station has one of the best views in Japan. From the platform at Kawaguchiko Station there are unobstructed views of Mt Fuji. Kawaguchiko Station is the closest station to Kawaguchiko and main stopping point for people coming to view Mt Fuji.

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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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    Hakata Station

    Hakata Station is the main railway station in Fukuoka and is the terminus for the Sanyo Shinkansen and Kyushu Shinkansen. Hakata Station was redeveloped in 2011 to service the then new Kyushu Shinkansen. Within the Hakata Station complex is a Hankyu Department Store and Tokyu Hands Store. Hakata Station Services Sanyo Shinkansen (terminus) which Read more [...]

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    Miyajimaguchi Station

    Miyajimaguchi Station is the station to change for the ferry to Miyajima Island and Itsukushima Shrine. Miyajimaguchi Station is a JR Station and on the JR Sanyo Main Line and connects to Hiroshima Station.