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The Tokyo Station in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan boasts more than 450,000 passengers a day. Although the original building is still located in the Marunouchi business area by the Imperial Palace, the more recently built station is closer to the Ginza District. Because it covers so much of the city, it is divided into the Yaesu District and Marunouchi District, so there are actually three districts, including the Ginza District. With high-speed rail lines, this is the main train terminal in Tokyo and the busiest station in Japan. In fact, they have almost 4,000 trains per day.
The City of Tokyo considers the area around the station as the Tokyo Station City because it is all connected or related in some way. However, Tokyo is much more than just a hub for the station, it is the capital of Japan. Although it started out as a small fishing village named Edo, it became a political center in 1603 when Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu made it his headquarters. With a wide variety of museums, theaters, and other attractions, Tokyo is a popular tourist town. The city is also home to Japan’s oldest zoo, which opened in 1882. Being in Ueno Park, the Ueno Zoo is also near several museums, a pond, and the Enryakuji Temple of Kyoto.
Fun Fact: The Tokyo Station opened in 1914 and was built with eight million bricks.
Sitting around waiting for your train is not a lot of fun. But luckily for you, the station has quite a few things to keep you busy. Whether you need to eat, want a drink, or you need some retail therapy, you can find all that and much more at the station. Most of the shops are on the Yaesu District side, so your best bet is to start heading that way. You’ll soon find things that pique your interest. Here are some suggestions from Bounce.
Have a stack of pancakes, fruit, or some sushi at Yukimaru or some other eatery on Kitchen Street. Or have some noodles at one of the ramen shops in the basement on Tokyo Ramen Street.
Head to Character Street to get some souvenirs or gifts for the folks back at home. They have all kinds of cool things from Hello Kitty items to Pokemon stuff.
Got a crick in your neck? Go to Charge for a chiropractic adjustment or Raffine for a massage.
Get in a good workout at the Exercise Coach Japan. They have short 20-minute sessions as well as one-on-one programs.
Take a trip to Nail Quick for a pedicure and manicure for men or women.
You can even get your teeth cleaned at Yaesuminamiguchi Shika. They will also check out any problems you may have, like a toothache.
Yaesu Shopping Mall, which is the largest mall in Japan, is actually part of the station and has 180 shops to choose from. Grab some little trinkets from 3Coins or some unique gifts at Idea Seventh Sense.
JR Train Yamanote Line, Chuo Line, Sobu Line, or Keihin-Tohoku Line
JR Narita Express from the Narita Airport
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
Japan Rail Pass Exchange
If you have luggage and want to go play in the city, download the Bounce app to your phone so you can find the nearest affiliate location to drop your bags for short-term storage. If you are a local running from meeting to meeting, we can help you, too. Bounce is affordable and trustworthy, so relax and know that you can safely leave your belongings while you explore or work. They are convenient, friendly, and insured for up to $5,000. It is cumbersome to have to watch over your bags while you shop or drag them along with you at a museum or other attractions.
Tokyo Zoo: It is less than a five-minute walk to the Tokyo Zoo from the train station. From aardvarks to zebras and about 50 others in between, you can find it at this fun zoo. It is also educational as they will take you on a tour while describing the history and habitats of the flora and fauna of Japan. Be sure to drop off your bags with a Bounce affiliate first.
Imperial Palace: You cannot leave Tokyo without visiting the Imperial Palace, the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. With a half-acre garden and Imperial Household Agency, you will love exploring here and getting a selfie in front of the palace. It's only a mile away from the station, so find a convenient Bounce spot on the way to leave your luggage.
Godzilla Statue: Speaking of selfies, make sure you drop off your stuff with Bounce and get a pic of you and Godzilla together by Jibya Park. In Chiyoda City, in front of the Hibya Chanter Building, you should not have any trouble finding this 10-foot monument to an iconic monster.
Chidorigafuchi Green Way: Need to get back to nature? Two miles to the northwest, the Chidorigafuchi Green Way is a great place to go to enjoy some of the greener parts of Tokyo. A gem in the middle of a busy city, you can hardly believe you are only a few minutes from the station. Stroll under a canopy of cherry blossoms or rent a rowboat to see the moat up close and personal. Be sure to stop at one of the Bounce partners on your way to unload your bags.
Wadakura Fountain Park: If you didn’t get enough green space or want to see some impressive fountains, walk a short way to the Wadakura Fountain Park. Leave your luggage at a Bounce spot and head to this elaborate water feature park just to the east of the Green Way. The original fountains were built to celebrate the royal wedding of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko in 1961. Then in 1995, it was reconstructed and updated to celebrate the Crown Prince and Princess.
Tokyo Skytree: Leave your belongings with Bounce for safekeeping and head to Sumida to see the tallest tower in the world. You won’t have any trouble finding it, since it is over 2,000 feet tall, and it’s less than six miles from the station in Taito City by the Sumida River. This is another fantastic spot to get a selfie to show everyone that you are at the tallest tower in the world. It is a beautiful work of art with restaurants, shops, and more.
Tokyo National Museum: Less than five miles from the station, this fantastic complex building is devoted to the antiquities and art of Japan and other Asian countries. Drop off your luggage with Bounce first, so you don’t have to drag it through the museum. You can see the Japanese Gallery of Honkan, the Japanese Archaeology of Heiseikan, and the Asian Gallery of Toyokan, to name a few.
Ryōgoku Kokugikan: If you are in town during a tournament, don’t miss seeing some real live sumo wrestling just a couple of miles from the station. Three times a year for 15 days in January, May, and September, they have these tournaments of giants. Drop off the luggage with a Bounce partner and head over to Japan’s largest sumo stadium, Ryōgoku Kokugikan. Plan in advance and get yourself a ticket online or just stop by and hope to get lucky.
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The price for luggage storage near Tokyo Station is just ¥600/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Tokyo Station.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Tokyo Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Tokyo Station and in the broader Tokyo area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Tokyo Station are Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, CENTUTION HOTEL GRAND AKASAKA, and Apa Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Tokyo Station are First Cabin Kyobashi.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Tokyo Station are Rokurinsha Tokyo (Ramen), Gado-shita, and Sukiyabashi Jiro.
Check out the nearby Chidorigafuchi, Hamarikyu Gardens, and Imperial Palace East Gardens.
While nearby, you can check out Yasukuni Shrine, Museum of the Imperial Collections, and National Showa Memorial Museum.