Ginza Subway Line: The Historic Heart of Tokyo's Metro System

  • Published on : 16/03/2024
  • by : Japan Experience

The Ginza Line is Tokyo's oldest subway line, opened in 1927. It runs through central Tokyo, connecting major districts like Shibuya, Ginza and Asakusa. The line is essential for navigating Tokyo, especially for tourists visiting key attractions. With its rich history and convenient route, the Ginza Line remains a vital artery in the city's transportation network.


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