Navigating Ikebukuro Station

  • Published on : 02/11/2016
  • by : Japan Experience

A station surrounded by shopping malls and department stores

Ikebukuro Station is one of the busiest train station in Tokyo with JR, Tobu and Seibu lines. Read our guide of Ikebukuro Station, its train connections and area.

Ikebukuro Station is the terminus for:

-Seibu Ikebukuro Line with trains to Nerima Station and Tokorozawa

-Tobu Tojo Main Line with services to Kawagoe-shi Station in Kawagoe, Wakaba and Yorii.

Ikebukuro Station also serves the following lines:

-Tohoku Honsen Express Line, which starts in Shinjuku and goes on, after Ikebukuro, to Ueno and from there all the way up Honshu

-JR Yamanote Line

-Saikyo Line with trains to Omiya Station in Saitama Prefecture and Osaki via Shibuya and Shinjuku stations.

-Shonan-Shinjuku Line to Ofuna

-Marunouchi Subway Line

-Yurakucho Subway Line

-Fukutoshin Subway Line

The next station heading clockwise on the Yamanote Line to Ikebukuro Station is Otsuka; heading anti-clockwise is Mejiro.

Gare d'Ikebukuro

Ikebukuro Station


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