Transportation

Tram in Shinjuku & Northwest Tokyo

Toden Arakawa Line

The sole remaining streetcar running on the city's once comprehensive Tokyo Toden network, the Arakawa line winds through the city's northern residential quarters, passing near the gardens of Chinzan-sō and the ceme…
Airport in Tokyo

Narita Airport

The excellent, modern Narita Airport is inconveniently located 66km east of Tokyo. There are three terminals (the new Terminal 3 handles low-cost carriers), all with tourist information centres.
Airport in Tokyo

Haneda Airport

Closer to central Tokyo than Narita Airport, Haneda Airport has two domestic terminals and one international terminal. There’s a Tourist Information Center in the international terminal, on the 2nd floor of the arri…
Boat in Tokyo

Tokyo Cruise

Tokyo Cruise water buses run up and down the Sumida-gawa (Sumida River), roughly twice an hour between 10am and 6pm, connecting Asakusa with Hama-rikyū Onshi-teien (¥980, 35 minutes) and Odaiba (¥1260, 70 minutes). …
Bus in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Access Narita

Discount buses connect Narita Airport to Tokyo Station's Yaesu south entrance and Ginza (¥1000, one to 1¼ hours). There's no ticket counter at the airport; just go directly to bus stop 31 at Terminal 1 or stops 2 or…
Boat in Tokyo

Tokyo Mizube Cruising Line

Water buses head down the Sumida-gawa from Asakusa to Ryōgoku (¥310), Hama-rikyū Onshi-teien (¥620) and Odaiba (¥1130), and then back up again. Schedules are seasonal, and infrequent in winter. Tickets don't have to…
Bicycle Rental in Tokyo

Cogi Cogi

This bike-sharing system has a growing number of ports around the city. There are instructions in English, but it's a little complicated to use and requires you to sign up in advance online and have wi-fi connection…
Ferry in Ginza & Tsukiji

Hinode Pier

This pier is the hub for the services run by Tokyo Cruise to destinations including Hama-rikyū Onshi-teien, Asakusa and Odaiba.
Ferry in Ginza & Tsukiji

Tokyo Cruise Pier

Tokyo Cruise ferries stop at this pier, which provides access to Hama-rikyū Onshi-teien.
Ferry in Ginza & Tsukiji

Takeshiba Pier

Ferries to the Izu and Ogasawara islands, both part of Tokyo's municipal area, run from this pier.