Tokyo Station is main train station and the center of the business district with many tall buildings, department stores within walking distance of the nearby Imperial Palace by Yurakucho Station at Ginza line. In which those areas are collectively referred to as Marunochi line.
Tokyo Station has been in service for over a hundred years. Since year B.E. 1914 (or Taisho Year 3) and after the renovation of the red building. The station become a symbol for many years. Tokyo Station building at night when they open lights up is looks magnificent and very elegant. When take a photo is a good place to collect as souvenir. For over a hundred years, people have been using this station to travel both ordinary trains and Shinkansen. Inside the red building, there is the hotel on the upper floor. from Second floor to fourth floor. There are a total of 150 rooms. This hotel has been open since the year 2000. Until 1915 it was closed for major improvements recently and begin to re-enter the building with the reopening of the newly renovated as Tokyo Station red building. There are many new buildings and high rise buildings such as the newly opened Daimaru Department Store or Shinmarunouchi Building.
How to get there: Tokyo Subway Station at “35.681574,139.766089 ″
- JR Yamanote Line, Keihin Tohoku Line, Yokosuka Line, Chuo Line, Kyo Line, Tokyo Ueno Line, Sobu Line or Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line All trains will stop at Tokyo Station.
- From “Otemachi Station” by Toei Mita Line Tokyo Metro, Tozai Line Either Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line or Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
- Takes 18 minutes by Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and get off at M25
- From Shinjuku Station takes about 14 minutes to Tokyo station by JR Chuo Line
- From Haneda Airport: 55 minutes by limousine bus
- From Narita Airport: takes 1 hour 55 minutes by limousine bus