The Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal, located in Shibuya City, Tokyo, is one of the largest transportation terminals in Japan, serving express buses, cabs, and trains in the South Exit area of JR Shinjuku Station.
More than 1,500 buses arrive and depart from Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal each day, providing transportation to various areas of Japan from Aomori in the north to Fukuoka in the west.

Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal and Shinjuku Station
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Services and Facilities

The Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal has an expressway bus ticket counter, an English-speaking information counter, a waiting room, a souvenir shop, a convenience store, and coin lockers.
The terminal is also equipped with “Japan Connected-free Wi-Fi” for international travelers.


Food hall in NEWoMan

NEWoMan SHINJUKU, which is attached to the Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal, has souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants. So you can also have a meal before boarding the expressway bus.

Traveling by express bus takes longer, it is less expensive than taking the Shinkansen bullet train or airplane, so those with more time to spare are recommended to take the bus.

Although there are only a few buses available these days, some buses are equipped with private rooms, making the express buses a more comfortable way to travel.

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Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (バスタ新宿)


5-24-55 Sendagaya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-0051


Located above the JR Shinjuku Station New South Gate, 4-minute walk from Odakyu Shinjuku Station, 5-minute walk from Keio Shinjuku Station and Toei Shinjuku Station, 10-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Shinjuku Station.


(JR) Shinjuku Station
Chuo Main Line, Chuo–Sobu Line, Saikyo Line, Shonan–Shinjuku Line, Yamanote Line

(Odakyu Railway) Shinjuku Station
Odakyu Line

(Keio Railway) Shinjuku Station
Keio Line, Keio New Line

(Toei Transportation) Shinjuku Station
Oedo Line, Shinjuku Line

(Tokyo Metro) Shinjuku Station
Marunouchi Line