Getting Around Tokyo

Tokyo has a very practical transportation system and is home to some of Japan’s busiest train stations such as Tokyo station and Shinjuku stations.

Getting Around Tokyo


The JR Yamanote Line

The JR Yamanote line runs in a loop around Tokyo; a full circuit takes about an hour.


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.


Navigating 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.

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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.

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