Tokyo Station is located in Chiyoda City, Tokyo and is the gateway to Tokyo, known for its brick station building.

Tokyo Station is served by many Shinkansen bullet trains, local trains, and express buses, and serves as a starting point for travelers heading to other parts of the country.

With many restaurants and shopping areas both inside and outside the station gates, it serves as the central station of Tokyo.

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Marunouchi Exit

Tokyo Station
Marunouchi Station Building seen from KITTE Marunouchi

Construction of the Marunouchi Station Building, which symbolizes the Marunouchi Exit, began in 1908 and the station opened in 1914.
The third floor and the roof were lost during the Pacific War, but the building was restored to its original appearance in 2012, utilizing the existing first two floors.

Dome of Tokyo Station
Dome of Tokyo Station

The Marunouchi Station Building was designated a National Important Cultural Property in 2003, and the Tokyo Station Hotel, which has a history of over 100 years, is located inside the station building.

Buildings at Marunouchi
Buildings at Marunouchi

The Marunouchi area is one of Tokyo’s most famous business districts, lined with skyscrapers, and Marunouchi Naka-dori Street is home to many world-famous brand-name stores. In winter, Naka-dori Avenue is illuminated, attracting many visitors.

Marunouchi Naka-dori Street illumination
Marunouchi Naka-dori Street illumination

A 10-minute walk from the Marunouchi Exit will take you to the Imperial Palace and the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace, home to the ruins of Edo Castle.

Yaesu Exit

Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit

At the Yaesu Exit, there is an express bus stop where you can board buses bound for Nagoya, Osaka, and other parts of Japan, as well as direct buses to Narita Airport.

Tokyo Station expressway bus stop
Expressway bus stop

Just outside the ticket gates of the Yaesu Exit is a commercial facility called First Avenue Tokyo Station. At First Avenue Tokyo Station, visitors can enjoy shopping for souvenirs as well as dining.

The floor is divided into six areas, including “Tokyo Ramen Street” with a variety of ramen stores, and “Tokyo Character Street” with official stores of Japanese TV stations and stores selling goods of various popular characters.

For more information about First Avenue Tokyo Station, please visit the site below.

First Avenue Tokyo Station

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Tokyo Station (東京駅)


1 Chome Marunouchi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0005


Please refer to "STATION INFO" for trains serving Tokyo Station.


(JR) Tokyo Station
Keihin-Tohoku・Negishi Line, Keiyo Line, Sobu Line Rapid, Taksaki Line, Tokaidou Main Line, Musashino Line, Yamanote Line, Yokosuka Line, Chuo Line Rapid, Utsunomiya Line, Ueno-Tokyo Line, Tokaido-Sanyo Shinkansen, Akita Shinkansen, Joetsu Shinkansen, Tohoku Shinkansen, Hokuriku Shinkansen, Yamagata Shinkansen

(Tokyo Metro) Tokyo Station
Marunouchi Line