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東京駅
Tokyo Station

Tokyo Station

With over 4000 trains per day passing through it, Tokyo Station is the beating heart of...

有楽町駅
Yurakucho Station

Yurakucho Station

With a wide variety of restaurants, parks, shopping and historic government offices close to Yurakucho Station....

新橋駅
Shimbashi Station

Shimbashi Station

Shimbashi Station first opened in October of 1872, making it one of Japan’s oldest stations.

浜松町駅
Hamamatsucho Station

Hamamatsucho Station

Hamamatsu is a busy station as it is the most convenient station to Haneda Airport.

田町駅
Tamachi Station

Tamachi Station

Tamachi Station might mean rice field town but you're not going to find any of those...

品川駅
Shinagawa Station

Shinagawa Station

Shinagawa is one of the oldest stations in Japan and the first active station in the...

大崎駅
Osaki Station

Osaki Station

First opened in 1901, Osaki Station has been servicing the trains of the Yamanote Line for...

五反田駅
Gotanda Station

Gotanda Station

No major tourism sites doesn’t mean nothing to do, so get off at Gotanda station and...

目黒駅
Meguro Station

Meguro Station

The Meguro River, the namesake of the station and the neighborhood, is just west of the...

恵比寿駅
Ebisu Station

Ebisu Station

Ebisu is a neighborhood in Shibuya, conveniently near Roppongi and it home to many trendy boutiques,...

渋谷駅
Shibuya Station

Shibuya Station

With one of the most iconic street crossings in the world, Shibuya Station is a large...

原宿駅
Harajuku Station

Harajuku Station

Harajuku is teenage fashion on steroids! Check out the latest trends to see what's popular in...

代々木駅
Yoyogi Station

Yoyogi Station

Located adjacent to Yoyogi Station is Yoyogi Park is one of the largest parks in Tokyo...

新宿駅
Shinjuku Station

Shinjuku Station

Known as a city within a city, Shinjuku Station is a massive complex that is used...

新大久保駅
Shin-Okubo Station

Shin-Okubo Station

Shin-Okubo Station sits right in the middle of Koreatown and is a great way to experience...

高田馬場駅
Takadanobaba Station

Takadanobaba Station

Takadanobaba , often referred to simply as “Baba”, is a popular area for international students proximity...

目白駅
Mejiro Station

Mejiro Station

Mejiro Station sits next to Gakushuin University which opened in 1847 and originally limited attendance...

池袋駅
Ikebukuro Station

Ikebukuro Station

With over 2.7 million people passing through its gates everyday, Ikebukuro is one of the busiest...

大塚駅
Otsuka Station

Otsuka Station

Otsuka Station is not a very large station but during the month of August over 1.5...

巣鴨駅
Sugamo Station

Sugamo Station

Sugamo is a neighborhood in Tokyo's northern Toshima Ward. The area is best known for Jizo-dori...

駒込駅
Komagome Station

Komagome Station

Komagome Station still retains much of the Edo charm as is evident from the several gardens...

田端駅
Tabata Station

Tabata Station

During the Meiji period, Tabata was a quiet country village and today it is home to...

西日暮里
Nishi-Nippori Station

Nishi-Nippori Station

A small station that is next to a large number of cemeteries. Watch out for ghosts...

日暮里駅
Nippori Station

Nippori Station

Nippori , which literally means “place where the sun sets”, is a quiet and unassuming area...

鴬谷駅
Uguisudani Station

Uguisudani Station

Uguisudani , which means “Valley of the Nightingales” due to the many nightingales that were once...

上野駅
Ueno Station

Ueno Station

Known as the Gateway to the North, Ueno Station is home to a number of shopping...

御徒町駅
Okachimachi Station

Okachimachi Station

Okachimachi is a busy commercial district of Taito and is home to the well-known Ameyoko shopping...

秋葉原
Akihabara Station

Akihabara Station

Akihabara, which is also known as Akihabara Electric Town , is the neighborhood of Tokyo considered...

神田駅
Kanda Station

Kanda Station

During the Edo period, Kanda had developed into an uptown area where nobles and rich businessmen...