Tokyo is a capital of Japan and gates to the international tourism. If you were to visit Japan, most probably your trip will start here.
It is one of the largest city in the world and homes skyscrapers all over. For the city view, Shinjuku-ward is a busy business area with Metropolitan Building at the centre of the city. If you were out for shopping, Ginza area offers tax free shopping for world brands and Japanese home made shops.
The mega city is home to world cuisines, world ranked hotels, and one of the largest airport in Asia. On the other hand, the megacity also has Japanese traditional culture such as Asakusa’s Kaminarimon and Meiji Jingu.
It is home to events such as Matsuri, illuminations, festivals and shows. The latest event information can be found from the post below this page.
Tokyo’s Public Transport System
Tokaido Line (Shonan-Shinjuku Line, Utsunomiya Line)
How to visit Tokyo?
Tokyo Haneda Airport – Located at the bay area.
Tokyo Narita Airport – Located in Chiba Prefecture, Direct Train service available.
From Haneda Airport
Links Haneda Airport and several cities.
Reservation of the bus can be done online from here. (External Website)
Train Keikyu Airport Line
Haneda Terminal 1&2, Haneda Terminal 3 Station to Shinagawa Station
Details can be found here(External Website)
The train do not require reservations, and the ticket can be bought at the airport.
Links Narita Airport and cities in Tokyo.
Reservations of the bus can be done online from here. (External Website)
Train Keisei Skyliner
Express train from Narita Airport to Ueno Station.
Details can be found here (External Website)
Ticket can be bought at the airport.
Tokyo Station JR Lines and Bullet Trains are available.
Intercity Coach Buses at Shinjuku Bus Terminal (Shinjuku Basuta)