How to travel in Tokyo during the Rugby World Cup 2019 ?

  • Published on : 11/09/2019
  • by : Japan Experience

Our tips to explore Tokyo and access to the Tokyo Stadium

How to find your way in Tokyo ? which Pass is needed ? Here is our tips selection to prepare the Rubgy World Cup !

Tokyo Pass 

If you stay in Tokyo, you may need a prepaid PASMO or SUICA Card to travel around and especially in the subway and in the non JR lines.



Please note that the line to access to the Stadium is not covered by the Japan Rail Pass.

Learn more : Do I need a PASMO Card in Tokyo ?

Pasmo

Pasmo

©Hans-Christian Psaar,https://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/flicker/,CC BY 2.0,https://www.flickr.com/photos/111058763@N05/25746900617/

Access to Tokyo stadium

Tokyo Stadium is in fact the Ajinomoto Stadium in Chofu.

To access to the Stadium you will have to go to Shinjuku Station.

In Shinjuku Station, take the Keio Line from to Tobitakyu (Ajinomoto Stadium) Station.

The stadium is 5 minutes' walk from Tobitakyu (Ajinomoto Stadium) Station.

Ajinomoto Tokyo

Ajinomoto Tokyo

©Martin Pfirrmann, unsplash

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