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Tokyo station

 A little bit of history

Tokyo Station opened in 1914 and was building in Marunouchi area, which is now as major business area of Tokyo, though it has been an open field then. This area was selective ted to be the place of the Tokyo Station as it is right in front of the Imperial Palace. A straight wide road connects the Imperial Palace to the entrance of the station.
The station building has been regarded not just as a transportation facility but as an important symbolic national architecture.

Tokyo Station is the starting point of Japan’s railway network as well as the symbol of Tokyo metropolitan city representing Japan’s modernization.

Served by Shinkansen high-speed rail lines, Tokyo Station is the main intercity rail terminal in Tokyo.
It is the busiest station in Japan in terms of number of trains per day (over 3,000), and the fifth-busiest in Eastern Japan.

Why Tokyo station?

Of course, through Tokyo station you can go everywhere Japan, but Tokyo Station is way more than that!
Located in Marunouchi, Tokyo station offer a large amount of service like:
– Wifi                                – Restrooms
– Ticket seervice.              – Area map
– Baggage storage           – Bus service
-Money exchange            – Taxi service

Also, located in the North dome you can enjoy the Tokyo station gallery who show several exhibitions every year and where you can admire various Artist, from sculptor to painters, passing by photographer and writer.

Feeling hungry?

Go to Ramen street and eat one of the most famous Japanese dishes. Enter in the “Ramen battle site” where you can try a different ramen every days of the week!

Not convinced yet?

Let’s have a ride with Cyclo Limousine!

Our team of international drivers will make you discover the Marunouchi area in your own language.
Wearing a beautiful Kimono and Hakama, enjoy a moment through the world of modern luxury shop at Nakadori, take pictures with the Tokyo Station on Gyoko-dori avenue  and feel the Japanese spirit passing in front of imperial palace.