The Tokyo Metro subway takes you to the most popular destinations in Tokyo such as the Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, the scramble crossing in Shibuya, Kabukicho in Shinjuku, the Tsukiji Market in Tsukiji, the Kabuki-za Theatre in Higashi-ginza, and the Tokyo Tower in Kamiyacho. Even on rainy days or during the morning rush hour, the subway is a convenient means to go from one tourist spot to another, as trains come frequently every two to three minutes.
Travel conveniently between tourist spots via the Tokyo Metro Get unlimited journeys on all Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway lines for 24, 48, or 72 hours Pick up your subway tickets conveniently at the Tokyo Narita or Haneda airports
- There are no restrictions on eating and drinking on trains, but be careful not to disturb other passengers. - To ensure safety during emergency situations, you may refer to Tokyo Metro`s Handy Safety Guide that can be downloaded from [www.tokyometro.jp/lang_en/corporate/safety/safety_pocketguide/pdf/handy_safety_guide.pdf].
- Every paying adult can bring a maximum of two children ages one to five free of charge. The third child will be charged the child rate, and must be purchased directly at the station.
- Tokyo Metro Tourist Information counters are located in the Shinjuku, Ginza, Omote-sando, Ueno, Shibuya, and Tokyo stations. They are open from 09:15 to 17:15. - When you need to exit the ticket gate to transfer, you may continue the ride even if the time of exit exceeds 24 hours, as long as you make the transfer within 30 minutes. - You may check the routes on [www.tokyometro.jp/lang_en/station/index.html]. - Free WiFi is available at 210 subway stations in Tokyo.