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|Narita Airport Terminal 2||JR EAST Travel Service Center||All Days||9:30-20:00|
JR Ticket Office
|All Days||6:30-9:30, 20:00-21:45|
Buy N'EX Tokyo Direct Ticket Y1,500 from JR travel directly to Shinjuku Station then transfer to Shinjuku Gyoenmae Station. Buy Suica card the same time.
Once arrived at Shinjuku (JR) Station, take taxi to Citadines.
Seibu bus from Platform 2 outside the South exit of the station *Approx. 15 min.→ Get off at "Mitsui Outlet Park" or "Mitsui Outlet Park-mae"
入市３０?３０－２ or 入市３０－３
Day tickets to the TOKYO SKYTREE TEMBO DECK (350m) will be sold at the Ticket Counter located on TOKYO SKYTREE 4th floor.
Tenku Platenatium 天空 - 7th Floor
Kaminarimon > Kanamise Shopping Street
大黑家本館 Daikokuya - Tempura
Take Himiko cruise to Odaiba
Tickets for all cruises for the day can be purchased at the ticket counter on a first come, first served basis. The ticket counter at Asakusa opens at 9:30 AM, Odaiba at 10:30 AM
Bay Shuttle is a free shuttle bus service that connects Odaiba’s popular sightseeing spots. For destinations which are just a little too far to reach on foot, this bus is an easy and convenient solution.
|Runs||Every 15-20 min|
|Main Stops||Palette Town (VenusFort), Tokyo Teleport Station, Aqua City Odaiba, etc.|
Gundam Front Tokyo: 10:00 to 21:00, 1000 yen?
Closed: No closing days ? ?
This new shopping, dining and entertainment complex opened on April 19, 2012. Its most unique attraction is the Gundam Front Tokyo with various attractions and a shop centered around the anime series' robots. A "life sized" Gundam statue stands in front of the building. ? ?
Hours: 11:00 to 21:00 (some attractions end 1-3 hours earlier)?
Closed: Small number of irregular closing days?
Admission: Free (test rides: 300 yen) ? ?
Mega Web is a giant Toyota showroom that shows off all of Toyota's latest models, car accessories and technologies. Attractions include test driving of cars (requires?driving license?valid for Japan) and a museum exhibiting cars from past decades. ? ?
Hours: 10:00 to 18:00 (entry to Risupia until 17:00)?
Closed: Mondays (or Tuesday if Monday is a?national holiday) and New Year holidays?
Admission: Free (Risupia: 500 yen) ? ?
The Panasonic Center is a showroom for the latest products and technologies by the Panasonic Corporation. On display are the newest cameras, TVs, computers, Nintendo games, home appliances and more. The third floor is Risupia, a hands-on math and science museum. ? ?
Ferris Wheel ? ?
Hours: 10:00 to 22:00 (until 23:00 on most Fridays, Saturdays)?
Closed: No closing days?
Admission: 900 yen (entire cabin: 3000 yen) ? ?
This 115 meter tall ferris wheel is one of the world's largest and offers nice views of Tokyo Bay and Odaiba below. Each cabin seats six (or four in the all-glass cabins), and the complete revolution takes about 15 minutes. ? ?
Exit 8 / Hachiko
After that go to Center Gai - Exit 6.3
Takeshita Exit or North Exit
本館 1F - Glass Tiaracara
本館 1F - claire's
本館 1F - 本家味增炒麵
10:00 to 19:00
This is one of Tokyo's largest souvenir shops, very popular among foreign travelers in search of typical Japanese souvenirs, such askimono, tableware, lamps, dolls, furniture and samurai related goods. The shop spans three floors and has a red and green facade that mimics traditional Japanese architecture. Travelers who pass by the store front are sure to notice the building.
2館 2F - kitson
Est 3F - 3COiNS
1館 2F - Jewel Changes
Omeide Alley - Omoide Yokoch
Menya Musashi Shinjuku
Hours: 9:30 to 23:00 (South Observatory until 17:30)
Closed: Dec 29 to Jan 3 (except Jan 1) and occasional inspection days, the 2nd and 4th Mondays (North Observatory) and the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays (South Observatory) of each month except on holidays
The 243 meter tall twin towers and surrounding buildings contain the offices and the assembly hall of the metropolitan government of Tokyo, as well as observatories on the 45th floor of each tower. The view from the southern tower is considered slightly more interesting.
By bus from Shinjuku Station
Fujikyu and Keio Bus operate one to two direct buses per hour from Tokyo's Shinjuku Station (Keio Highway Bus Terminal) to Kawaguchiko Station in the Fuji Five Lakes region. The one way journey takes about two hours and costs 1700 yen. Most buses stop at Fujisan Station and Fuji Q Highland before arriving at Kawaguchiko Station and some of them continue on to Lake Yamanakako (2.5 hours, 2000 yen one way from Shinjuku). The Japan Rail Pass is not valid on these buses.
8 min walk from Marunouchi Line Exit A12/A14 (via underground passage)
By bus from Tokyo Station
Fujikyu and JR Kanto Bus operate about half a dozen direct buses per day from Tokyo Station (Yaesu South Exit) to Kawaguchiko Station in the Fuji Five Lakes region. The one way trip takes about three hours and costs 1700 yen. The buses stop at Lake Yamanakako along the way (2.5 hours, 1700 yen). The Japan Rail Pass is not valid on these buses.
Take the JR Chuo Line from Tokyo's Shinjuku Station to Otsuki Station (70 minutes, 2700 yen by direct limited express train or 100 minutes, 1280 yen by local trains with usually one transfer along the way). From Otsuki, take the Fujikyu Railway Line to Kawaguchiko Station (55 minutes, 1100 yen one way). The JR Kanto Area Passcovers the entire journey (except panorama seats on limited express trains); however, the Japan Rail Pass andJR East Pass are not valid between Otsuki and Kawaguchiko.
The "Mount Fuji Round Trip Ticket" for exclusive use by non-Japanese people (proof of passport required) includes 1) a round trip by limited express train between central Tokyo and Otsuki (seat reservation included), 2) unlimited use of the Fujikyu Railway between Otsuki and Kawaguchiko (unreserved seats only), and 3) unlimited use of Fujikyu buses between Kawaguchiko Station, Fujisan Station and the Kawaguchiko 5th Station. The ticket is available from July to October 2013 at major JR stations in Tokyo and costs 5500 yen.
Retro buses along the Kawaguchiko Line operate twice per hour between Kawaguchiko Station and the ropeway station. Get off at the Yuransen Ropeway Iriguchi bus stop. The bus ride from Kawaguchiko Station takes about 15 minutes and costs 210 yen one way. A 2-day pass for the Kawaguchiko Line is available for 1000 yen, while a 2-day pass for all retro buses costs 1300 yen.
It is also possible to walk from Kawaguchiko Station to the ropeway station in about 15-20 minutes.
Tenjōyama Kōen Kachikachiyama RōpuweiHours: 9:00 to 17:00 (Mar to Nov), 9:30 to 16:40 (Dec to Feb)
Admission: 700 yen (roundtrip)
Arakura Sengen Shrine is a ten minute walk from Shimo-Yoshida Station along the Fujikyu Railway Line (35 minutes, 930 yen from Otsuki or 10 minutes, 290 yen from Kawaguchiko). The pagoda is an additional five minute walk up the hill.
Direct highway buses operate every 30 minutes between the JR Highway Bus Terminal near the New South Exit of Shinjuku Station and Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. But note that buses depart from Shinjuku only in the mornings and from the resort only in the evenings. The journey takes about an hour and costs 800 yen one way.
Otemachi Station Exit D2
Tokyo Anime Center
Hours: 11:00 to 19:00
Closed: Mondays (or Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday)
The Tokyo Anime Center is found on the fourth floor of the UDX Building of Akihabara Crossfield. It stages anime related exhibitions, hosts anime related events and contains a shop selling toys, stationery and other souvenirs.
West exit area of the station by a footbridge. Inside the UDX building is Akiba Ichi. Three floors of restaurants; lots of fun choices for food at reasonable prices. Akiba Ichii can save visitors from wandering around wasting energy searching for a decent place to eat.
Hours: Mandarake, noon to 8 p.m. Daily.
Gamers: 9/10 a.m.-9/10 p.m. It depends on the floor. Daily.
Access: Mandarkae. West exit. Follow the tracks to Chuo Dori. Go to your right but cross to the other side at the signal (there aren't many crossings). Keep walking on Chuo Dori. You'll see the Taito Game Center (giant space invader symbol) across the street and facing the little alley you are going to turn left on. Walk one block. Mandarake is the black building on the corner on your right.
West Exit. Just on the right, under the tracks.
Yurakucho Gado-shita DiningOne of Yurakucho's most interesting draws is the lively restaurant district built up under the brick arches beneath the elevated train tracks of the JR Yamanote Line. Known in Japanese as Gado-shita, from "below the girder", these favored watering holes of Tokyo businessmen occupy virtually all of the free space under nearly 700 meters of track on both sides of Yurakucho Station.
Tokyu Hands Shinjuku
Matsumoto Kiyoshi Shinjuku Shanjoeme