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Tokyo Prefecture
Akasaka, Roppongi
+81 120-104-106
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Japanese have gone all out to help visitors using the underground system. Not only are the names of the Stations in English but they have a colour coded system. Each underground station has a letter and a number in a coloured circle. These are...More

1  Thank dek2105
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Transported to Shinjuku using the Narita Express. Only here for 3 nights ending our Asian trip before flying back to New York. On day 2 we needed to meet the Wife's relatives 45 minutes away at the Koiwa station on the Chuo Sobu local line....More

Thank emdpetey
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Tokyo Metro (not really one system -- I'd consider it to include subways from multiple countries plus certain JR lines) is the best way to get around Tokyo, and one of the best systems in the world. Fares are kind of complex due to...More

Thank Ryan L
Reviewed 1 week ago

First time in Tokyo and we were able to get around no problem. I had done some research before leaving for vacation and heard about the Tokyo subway ticket. I wasnt' sure if I should get the pasmo or suica, but we ended up buying...More

1  Thank Kim L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you are in Tokyo for a few days you must buy a travel card and learn to use the metro, it is very logical once you have spent a while studying the maps and understand how it works. Thankfully there are translations everywhere

Thank Sarah B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Tokyo Metro is the best way to move around the different parts of Tokyo. I might look difficult at the beginning, but there are signs in english for information and once you get a hang of the ticket system it is easy. And at most...More

Thank Michael A
Reviewed 1 week ago

We tried riding during the rush hour, the scene from the TV where you get pushed just to get inside the train. But even though thats the scene, the people are still so silent and cooperative. Their culture inside the train is very noteworthy and...More

1  Thank Jake C
Reviewed 1 week ago

My family and I cracked up when we heard the cute jingles as trains approached and announcements were being made! Really cool! All in all, one of the more organised systems I've experienced and trains were remarkably punctual. Occasionally though we did feel like we...More

Thank Sam M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

For anybody who is visiting Japan for the first time, Be noted that you can do your 100% travel just using Tokyo metro, Buy a Suica card for convenience and start travelling

Thank Psukhuma
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Metro in Tokyo is very good organized. Unfortunately some of stations are not equipped with escalators or elevators. It was important for me because I travelled with 2 yo child. Some of escalators were too narrow to go there with the stroller. Regarding the organization...More

Thank Dawid K
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Akasaka / Roppongi
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were
famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants,
bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of
Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the
area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot
to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art
Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art
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10 September 2018|
Response from Ron S | Reviewed this property |
you might need to plan your site seeing a little more to determine which transit options there are between locations and whether either operator is best suited for your route. which pass is best. there are so many different... More
22 March 2018|
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Response from HinLeung919 | Reviewed this property |
- From Narita Airport to Central Tokyo: There are several ways to travel depending on if you want to use a faster or cheaper ways and destinations: (1) JR NEX (Narita Express) Limited Express Operated by JR East and depart... More
7 October 2017|
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Response from Lizi7696 | Reviewed this property |
Hi - have a look at the info on the tokyo metro japan website (unfortunately, I can't include the web link). It says you can use the 72 hour metro pass for a one-way or round trip from Narita Airport Station or Airport... More