Looking for something new to see in Tokyo?
Are you willing to travel off the beaten path?

Tokyo is one of the biggest cities in the world with major historic landmarks scattered throughout the city.

There are gems hidden within Tokyo's neighborhoods that local Japanese people know about but may not be in the tourist guides yet, like shops hidden on a narrow street or on the sixth floor of an inconspicuous concrete building.

But how exactly can you find these places?

After you've had your fill of the must-hit landmarks in Tokyo, like the Tokyo Tower near Akabanebashi Station or Sensoji Temple near Asakusa Station, you're already on the right track. You can hop right on the Toei Subway!

One of the main transit systems that goes through the heart and soul of major Tokyo sights and residential locales is the Toei Subway system, which is comprised of four of Tokyo's major subway arteries: the Asakusa, Mita, Shinjuku, and the Oedo Lines. They also operate the Toei bus system, a local tram called the Tokyo Sakura Tram (officially known as the Toden Arakawa Line), and the Nippori-Toneri Liner, a monorail in northern Tokyo.

Toei One-Day Pass

To show everyone how easy and convenient it is to use the Toei One-day Pass, we asked YouTubers Emma, Sharla, and Kim to go around Tokyo on the Toei Subway and see what fun and exciting things they could do in one day.


Emma
About Emma:
Emma is an Australian YouTuber who has an eye for detail, whether it's on her travels or in everyday life, and she loves to introduce these discoveries through her YouTube channel. Her fans from all over the world are drawn to her smart and honest observations, which are especially popular among people traveling to or interested in traveling to Japan.

Sharla
About Sharla:
Originally from Canada, Sharla moved to the Tohoku region of Japan, then moved to South Korea, and now is back in Japan! Her YouTube channel contains videos about the Japanese lifestyle and her travels around Japan. Her followers can't get enough of the real Japan that she introduces through her videos from a foreigner's perspective.

Kim
About Kim:
Kim is an Australian YouTuber and blogger who has a passion for fashion, makeup, and shopping. During her two-year stay in Japan, Kim visited many places in Japan to experience the different customs and cultures that Japan has to offer. Her fans not only get to enjoy her contents about Japan, but also South Korea.

Follow these simple steps to purchase your Toei One-day Pass

1
Select your language
2
Tap "Value Ticket"
3
Tap "Toei One-day (Economy) Pass"
4
Tap the green "Purchase" button on the bottom right of the screen
5
Tap either "Adult" or "Child" to buy the corresponding ticket
6
Insert the required cash amount
7
Tap "Print receipt" if you need a receipt
8
Enjoy your trip around Tokyo!

Places to go on your

Route #1

Toei Shinjuku Line

Shinjuku

Toei Shinjuku Line

Mizue

9:30-11:00am

Shinohara Furin Honpo

Each hand-made glass wind chime may have the same shape and pattern, but each has different tones that you can enjoy. You can also join in or watch them being made.

There are only two places with Edo furin workshops in Japan!

Toei Shinjuku Line

Morishita

Toei Oedo Line

Morishita

12:00-1:00pm

Kappo Miyako

This neighborhood restaurant opened in 1924. They serve a flavorful dish of rice and clams, popular in Tokyo for generations, and traditional Japanese multi-course dinners.

Toei Oedo Line

Kuramae

Transfer
on the ground level

Toei Asakusa Line

Kuramae

Toei Asakusa Line

Asakusa

1:30-3:00pm

Kanji House
(Japanese calligraphy experience)

Foreign visitors can receive a kanji (Japanese characters borrowed from Chinese) names based on their personality and write them in calligraphy. You can uncover your calligraphy skills and make a unique souvenir with your own hands.
※Reservation necessary.

Discover your favorite kanji character!

Take a stroll around Senso-ji Temple.

Toei Bus

Asakusa Koen Rokku

Toei Bus草43

Minowabashi

Toei Bus草63

Ozeki-Yokocho

3:30-4:30pm

Walk around
Joyful Minowa

A local shopping street that makes Japanese people feel like they've stepped back in time to the mid-20th century due to the look of the area. You can check out what kind of shops are lined up here and what this local neighborhood is selling!

Take a break at the café Papa Noeru

Toden

Minowabashi

Toden

Miyanomae

4:45-5:15pm

Ogu Hachiman Shrine

This shrine has over 600 years of history. The Tokyo Sakura Tram offers charming views as it runs past the torii gate.

Toden

Kajiwara

5:30-5:45pm

Todenmonaka Honpo
Akemi Confectionary

Customers have been coming to this confectioner for their monaka (sweet red bean paste sandwiched between crispy rice biscuits) shaped like a tram car and other seasonal goodies since 1957.

Toden

Shin-kōshinzuka

Toei Mita Line

Nishi-sugamo

6:00-8:00pm

Shabu Tatsu

This restaurant offers shabu-shabu, a style of cooking where you quickly stew ingredients like meat and vegetables in a simmering broth.

Toei Mita Line

Sugamo

8:00-10:00pm

Tokyo Somei Spa Sakura (public bathhouse)

Public bathing was common in Japan until the modernization of houses gave everyone their own personal bath. The pro of bathing at a bathhouse is that you can soak in minerals found naturally in the earth at hot springs!

It's said that Yoshino cherry trees originated at this bathhouse.

Toei Mita Line

Jimbōchō

Transfer

Toei Shinjuku Line

Jimbōchō

Toei Shinjuku Line

Shinjuku

Normal cost

¥1,940

Cost using the Toei One-day Pass

¥700

Route #2

Toei Oedo Line

Tochōmae

Toei Oedo Line

Ueno-okachimachi

10:00-11:45am

Wakalture Experience

This is a class where you can experience Japanese culture through calligraphy, origami, Japanese food, and handcrafts. All are welcome!

You might find your hidden talent!

Toei Oedo Line

Kuramae

Transfer
on the ground level

Toei Asakusa Line

Kuramae

12:00-1:00pm

Kuramae Iseya

This traditional Tokyo-style tempura restaurant was founded over 120 years ago. They are not only famous for their delicious crispy tempura, but also for their house-made sauce that complements the tempura perfectly.

Toei Asakusa Line

Asakusa

1:15-1:45pm

Kiryudo, Asakusa location

A store that has specialized in kumihimo braids that are essential for Japanese traditional clothing since 1876. It offers a full selection of one-of-a-kind items and Japanese accessories with a handmade texture, which are perfect as souvenirs.

2:00-3:00pm

Taiko-Lab Asakusa

A taiko Japanese drum classroom where men and women of all ages can learn. Various experiences can be enjoyed, from group lessons for beginners to regular lessons.

It's said that taiko drumming is effective in relieving stress.

3:15-3:45pm

Kimono Rental Rikawafuku

Rentals of kimono and yukata with many variations with hair styling by a professional stylist. Enjoy strolling the streets of Asakusa and Tokyo Skytree dressed in a kimono.

Over 300 varieties of kimono and yukata are also popular with Instagram users.

Toei Bus都08

Nitenmon (Nitenmon Gate)

Toei Bus都08

Tokyo Skytree Station Entrance (Iriguchi)

Michikusa Mochi

Have a short break at a Japanese confectionary store. In addition to the famous Michikusa Mochi, you can also enjoy warabimochi and mitarashi dango.

Toei Bus都08

Tōbu-Asakusa

-5:45pm

Return the kimono

Toei Asakusa Line

Asakusa

Toei Asakusa Line

Higashi-ginza

6:15-6:45pm

Kanji Name Necklace
Stockplus

Receive your kanji name carved into a small wooden plank as a souvenir! There are plenty of variations and designs of trees.

Toei Asakusa Line

Daimon

Transfer

Toei Oedo Line

Daimon

Toei Oedo Line

Azabu-juban

7:00-9:00pm

Erakokyu, Azabu Juban Shopping Street

A restaurant where you can enjoy fresh seafood dishes using fish from all over Japan such as sushi, okiduke, and arajiru soup.

Toei Oedo Line

Roppongi

9:30-10:00pm

Roppongi City View

Gaze at the night view of Tokyo as the evening comes to an end. In addition to the indoor viewing platform, you can also step out on the open-air Sky Deck on the roof.
※ Sky Deck open until 10:00pm

Toei Oedo Line

Tochōmae

Normal cost

¥1,800

Cost using the Toei One-day Pass

¥700

Route #3

Toei Oedo Line

Tochōmae

Toei Oedo Line

Ushigome-kagurazaka

10:30am-12:30pm

DOMYO Kumihimo KAGURAZAKA
Shop & Japanese Craft Experience

This shop was founded in the Edo Period (1603-1868) and carries on Japan’s kumihimo (braided cord) tradition. From braids for everyday use to extraordinary braids for ceremonial use, western-style ties, and accessories, they're al hand-dyed and hand-braided. At the workshop, you can braid your own intricate straps or bracelets.

Kumihimo carries the meaning of connecting things, people, and marriage!

12:45-1:45pm

Kagurazaka Tori-jaya Honten

Tori-jaya offers kaiseki ryori (banquet-style cuisine) using seasonal ingredients starting with their home-made, handmade noodles in the restaurant’s distinctive Nadai udon-suki (udon and chicken hotpot). Enjoy Tori-jaya’s specialty Tori-suki-don (chicken sukiyaki bowl) at lunch.

Toei Oedo Line

Shin-okachimachi

2:00-3:00pm

Shinohara Maruyoshi Fuurin

A shop selling “Edo furin” (wind chimes), no one of which is said to make the same sound as any other. You’ll be able to try free-blowing and glaze production. The staff will help you to make it well, so even if you are all thumbs, there's no need to worry. You’ll be able to take home your creation on the same day!

Handmade wind chimes, each with their own unique sound!

Toei Oedo Line

Kasuga

Transfer

Toei Mita Line

Kasuga

Toei Mita Line

Hibiya

3:30-4:00pm

Japanese tea ceremony
Ippodo Tokyo Marunouchi

Rest your feet at a specialty shop for Japanese tea with its flagship store based in Kyoto. Savor the allure of the tea leaf through three spaces to buy, enjoy or learn, including the tea room and enjoying making tea through to experiencing the “tea-making classroom.”

It is said that the optimum temperature varies depending on the type of tea, such as high temperature for green tea and low temperature for gyokuro.

4:00pm-

Traditional fashion products
Katayama Bunzaburo Shoten

Based on the theme of “wearable art,” art that people can wear or that becomes art when people wear it, Bunzaburo offers fashion products with bold forms and feeling that are unique, and not found anywhere else, using traditional shibori dying techniques.

-5:00pm

Japanese ceramic
Kogei Toho Tosai

A Kyoto Kiyomizuyaki specialty store with 100 years of history. Enjoy the unique quality of Japanese ceramics featuring an abundance of forms and designs based on the four seasons. Tosai pieces were used in the films of Japanese film master, director Yasujiro Ozu, and even today the same vases, teacups and other pieces used in the films are still being made.

Toei Bus 都01 渋88

Nishi-shimbashi-itchome

5:15-5:30pm

Looking at the city landscape while riding the bus.

Toei Bus 都01 渋88

Roppongi

Toei Oedo Line

Roppongi

Toei Oedo Line

Aoyama-itchome

5:45-7:00pm

Japan Traditional Crafts
Aoyama Square

A gallery and shop unique in Japan that gathers under one roof traditional crafts from regions throughout the country. In addition to the permanent exhibitions and the special exhibitions, which change every two weeks, you can also see demonstrations by craftspeople in Takumi Corner and might even try making some crafts there yourself. You can also listen directly to the tales of the makers and touch up close the craftsmanship that has been passed on over many years.

In Japan, there are approximately 230 types of traditional arts and crafts!

Toei Oedo Line

Roppongi

7:00-9:00pm

HONMURA AN

A relaxed “modern Wafu” (or Japanese style) interior, an eatery where you can enjoy seasonal soba, hand-made soba before or together with alcohol. A place to go when you want to enjoy a little luxury with the “uni soba” topped with plenty of sea urchin.

Toei Oedo Line

Tochōmae

Normal cost

¥1,450

Cost using the Toei One-day Pass

¥700

Route #4

Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)

Minowabashi

9:30am-

Joyful Minowa

A local shopping street that makes Japanese people feel like they've stepped back in time to the mid-20th century due to the look of the area. You can check out what kind of shops are lined up here and what this local neighborhood is selling!

-10:15am

Minowabashi Omoidekan

The Toei Transportation Information Center, newly opened in October 2018, is set up as a guidepost for travelers on the Toei transit system and as your place to buy some unique and fun Japanese train memorabilia to take home with you. There are also some old train paraphernalia displayed, so you can take a look at how parts of the trains used to look in the past.

Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)

Higashi-ogu-sanchōme

10:30-11:30am

Shamisen Kato

Around for hundreds of years, the shamisen is an original Japanese work of art. Traditional Nagauta, Min'yō, and the Tsugaru style of northern Japan, you can not only buy items related to the shamisen, but books, CDs, and other musical instruments at this traditional yet modern music shop. Upstairs, there's a music café where you can experience live shamisen music; they even have a rock-style shamisen.

People who can play the shamisen well are always popular at Japanese parties!

Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)

Machiya-ekimae

11:45am-12:45pm

Kakurembo

The pasta at this restaurant is made of rice flour and is cranked out right in the kitchen. If the standard portion isn't enough for you, they'll even give you a large portion for no extra charge! This restaurant is great for those who are looking for gluten-free options and also craving a delicious plate of pasta!

Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)

Arakawa-yūenchimae

1:00-2:00pm

Minityubouan

This store creates those tiny items for life inside a dollhouse to be possible. They're really popular with certain fanatics who order from outside of Japan. You can also join a workshop to try crafting your own miniature item!

In the doll world, everything is 1/12th the size of the real world!

Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)

Kajiwara

2:15-2:30pm

Toden Monaka Honpo
Akemi

In business since 1957, this Japanese confectionary shop has been making fun and seasonal Japanese sweets for customers to enjoy for generations. A lot of people stop in for the Toden-tram-car-shaped monaka in particular, which consists of sweet red bean paste sandwiched between two crispy rice wafers.

Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)

Ōji-ekimae

2:45-4:00pm

Paper Museum

This is one of the few paper museums in the world that introduces the history, culture, and manufacturing of paper. Both traditional Japanese "washi" paper and Western-style paper have played an important role in aiding Japan's modern economic development. They also have classes where you can make postcards made from recycled milk cartons.

Their environmentally-friendly postcards are made from recycled milk cartons!

Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)

Kōshinzuka

4:30-6:00pm

Sugamo Jizōdōri Shopping Street

This shopping street has been around since the middle of the Edo Period (1603-1867) as a place of commerce and religious faith. About 200 various shops line this marketplace, which is protected by Buddhist Jizō gods. Men and women young and old come to enjoy what you can buy here.

Take a breather along the way at Kifukudo, a Japanese bakery.

Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)

Ōtsuka-ekimae

6:15pm-

Miyaho

Ōtsuka-ekimae is known locally as the mecca of Japanese-style pubs, or izakaya, and, for this reason, would be a great place to go pub-hopping to make the most of your night. Miyaho uses fresh ingredients and serves sake sourced from all over Japan.

Normal cost

¥1,190

Cost using the Toden One-day Pass

¥400

SPECIAL

Toei Asakusa Line

Asakusa

If you're visiting Asakusa, renting a kimono and walking around Sensoji Temple is one of the best ways to make your trip unforgettable. Choose from a huge range of kimono, and the friendly staff will help you dress and style your hair. There are lots of accessories to customize your look!

Kaminari-mon Tagawa has been serving traditionally-made soba for over 50 years. The friendly staff will make you feel at home, and they have a menu in English, Chinese, and Korean. Hot and cold soba, udon, and freshly fried tempura are all popular with local regulars and tourists alike.

Find more places to visit here!

Toei Asakusa Line/Toei Oedo Line

Kuramae

KONCENT Kuramae is full of fun and useful designer home items. They work directly with the designers to bring out items that are unique. They also sell coffee and other drinks, so you can take your time when looking for the perfect gift for your friends and family.

Find more places to visit here!

Toei Oedo Line

Azabu-juban

Wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) made with a modern-day twist! There are lots of sweet and savory delights to tempt you, and they also have some seats where you can sit down and order from the menu.

Find more places to visit here!

Toei Shinjuku Line/Toei Oedo Line

Shinjuku

If you’re looking for a vegetarian or vegan option, you’ve found the perfect place! The soy meat gyoza goes perfectly with beer, as their name suggests. They also have an allergy list for all their food, so if you have any concerns, make sure to ask the staff.

Find more places to visit here!

Enjoy your trip around Tokyo
on the Toei Transportation!

※Most access routes shown utilize the Toei Transportation. Not all other transportation lines are depicted.
※The information contained in this trip was mainly collected from TripAdvisor and is only a suggestion.

※For activities and lessons, we recommend making reservations in advance.

Tour

Outside activity

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 8min.

4F Suzuki bldg., 1-12-12 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku

10:00 - 18:00

Gift&Specialty store

Shopping

Antiques shop

Toei Oedo Line Tsukishima Sta. 5 min.

3-15-4, Tsukishima, Chuo-ku

11:30 - 19:00(Closed:Mon/Tue)

Art gallery/museum

Shopping

Toei Oedo Line Aoyama-itchome Sta. 7 min.

Akasaka Oji bldg., 8-1-22 Akasaka, Minato-ku

11:00 - 19:00

Entertainment

Shopping

Toei Oedo Line/Mita Line Kasuga Sta.7 min.

1F Irohakan, 2-10-1 Koishikawa, Bunkyo

10:00 - 19:00(Closed:Tue)

Gift&Specialty store

Shopping

Toei Asakusa Line Shimbashi Sta. 6 min.

8-6-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku

9:30 - 19:30(Closed:Sun)

Gift&Specialty store

Shopping

Toei Oedo Line Yoyogi Sta. 12 min

3F Yoyogi Ocean bldg., 3-35-10 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku

10:00 - 20:00

Classes

Workshop

Toei Oedo Line Ueno-okachimachi Sta. 9 min.

4F 6-9-7 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku

9:30 - 18:00(Mon - Fri)

Classes

Food and drink

Workshop

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 1 min;
meet at the Kaminarimon Police Box

502 Ayumi bldg., 1-11-1 Hanakawado, Taito-ku

Outside activity

Shopping

Workshop

Classes

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 2 min.

2F 1-36-8 Asakusa, Taito-ku

Gift&Specialty store

Shopping

Toei Asakusa Line/Oedo Line Kuramae Sta. 10 min.

1-6-2 Misuji, Taito-ku

11:00 - 19:00 (Closed:Mon)

Items for rent

Outside activity

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 5 min

2F Harada bldg., 2-32-12 Asakusa, Taito-ku

10:00 - 20:00
10:00 - 22:00(Sat-Sun/Holiday)

Gift&Specialty store

Shopping

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 16 min.

Toei Bus「草41」/「上26」Iriya Nichome 7 min.

2-24-1 Matsugaya, Taito-ku

10:00 - 17:30

Items for rent

Outside activity

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 4 min.

1F NW bldg., 1-13-13 Hanakawado, Taito-ku

9:00 - 18:00

Items for rent

Outside activity

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 1 min.

2F Petit K bldg. 1-33-10 Asakusa, Taito-ku

9:30 - 18:00

Classes

Food and drink

Workshop

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 11 min.

1F 2-17-13 Nishiasakusa, Taito-ku

Gift&Specialty store

Shopping

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 4 min.

2F 1-29-8 Asakusa, Taito-ku

10:00 - 20:00

Gift&Specialty store

Shopping

Toei Asakusa Line Higashi-ginza Sta. 3 min.

1F Nankai Tokyo bldg., 5-15-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku

10:00 - 20:00(Mon - Fri)
12:00 - 18:00(Sat)

Items for rent

Outside activity

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Sta. 7 min.

1-16-2 Asakusa, Taito-ku

9:30 - 17:30

Classes

Food and drink

Workshop

Tour

Toei Mita Line Otemachi Sta. 4 min.

Marunouchi, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku
※The meeting place varies by tour

Classes

Food and drink

Workshop

Meet at the Toei Mita Line Shirokane-takanawa Sta. ticket gate

Shirokane-takanawa Sta.
1 Takanawa, Minato-ku

Gift&Specialty store

Shopping

Toei Bus「品96乙」Tennozu Isle 5 min.

1F Warehouse Terrada bldg., 2-5-5 Higashishinagawa, Shinagawa-ku

11:30 - 19:00(Closed:Mon/Thu)

Classes

Food and drink

Workshop

Toei Shinjuku Line Jimbocho Sta. 4 min.

2-4-3 Kanda-Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku

Classes

Food and drink

Workshop

Toei Mita Line Hibiya Sta. 5 min.

1F Kokusai bldg., 3-1-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku

11:00 - 19:00

Classes

Food and drink

Workshop

Next to Toei Bus「品97」Samoncho bus stop

Maya Shinanomachi II, Room No. 314, 18 Shinanomachi, Shinjuku-ku

Shopping

Food and drink

Outside activity

Next to Toei Bus「上58」Nezujinja-iriguchi

2F, 2-25-8 Nezu, Bunkyo-ku

10:00 - 18:00

Classes

Workshop

Toei Oedo Line Shinjyuku Sta./Yoyogi Sta. 6 min.

Yoyogi 2-24-7, Yoyogi Green Heim 106, Shibuya-ku

Classes

Food and drink

Workshop

Toei Oedo Line Higashi-shinjyuku Sta. 3 min.

Kabuki-cho 2-2-10, B1, Shinjuku-ku

Shopping

Gift&Specialty store

Toei Oedo Line Shin-okachimachi Sta. 3 min.

4-25-10, Taito, Taito-ku

Classes

Shopping

Workshop

Toei Oedo Line Shin-okachimachi Sta. 5 min.

4-22-10, Taito, Taito-ku

10:00 - 19:00(定休:水)
11:00 - 18:30(土・日のみ)

Classes

Shopping

Workshop

Toei Oedo Line Shin-okachimachi Sta. 8 min.

3-27-6, Higashi-ueno, Taito-ku

Still haven't found your TOKYO SURPRISE! yet?
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※Most access routes shown utilize the Toei Transportation. Not all other transportation lines are depicted.
※The information on this website is correct as of the end of March 2019.

As of December 2018

All 10,000 special design Toei One-day Passes have sold out.

The special design pass is packed with artistic representations of things to see and do during your trip around Tokyo.

※We would like to thank everyone who purchased the special design Toei One-day Pass! All 10,000 passes have sold out. The regular Toei One-day Pass is available at your nearest Toei Subway station.

Find out what happened at:

Toei Subway The Super Mystery Tour

Winning Toei One-day Pass holders were invited to the Super Mystery Tour where they were given exclusive access to a secret place. Tokyo Surprise Ambassador Cathy Cat went along to see if she can uncover some of the mystery.

The convenient way to get around Tokyo
on Toei Transportation

The convenient pass to access all Toei Transportation

Toei One-day Pass
(Toei Marugoto Kippu)

Adults: 700 yen | Children: 350 yen

Available at:

Most Toei Subway and Nippori-Toneri Liner station ticket machines, on Toei Buses and Tokyo Sakura Trams
※For more details

Follow these simple steps to purchase your Toei One-day Pass

1
Select your language
2
Tap "Value Ticket"
3
Tap "Toei One-day (Economy) Pass"
4
Tap the green "Purchase" button on the bottom right of the screen
5
Tap either "Adult" or "Child" to buy the corresponding ticket
6
Insert the required cash amount
7
Tap "Print receipt" if you need a receipt
8
Enjoy your trip around Tokyo!
For people who enjoy traveling by bus

Toei Bus One-day Pass

Adults: 500 yen | Children: 250 yen

Available at:
For people who enjoy traveling by tram

Toden One-day Pass

Adults: 400 yen | Children: 200 yen

Available at:

on the Toei streetcar (tram)
※For more details

For people who use the subway a lot

Common One-day ticket

for Toei Subway and Tokyo Metro

Adults: 900 yen | Children: 450 yen

Available at:

The automatic ticket machines at any Toei Subway & Tokyo Metro
※For more details

Ticket for both JR and Tokyo Metro

Tokyo Combination Ticket

unlimited access for all public transportation

Adults: 1,590 yen | Children: 800 yen

Available at:

The automatic ticket machines at any Toei Subway & Nippori-Toneri Liner etc.
※For more details

Limited Time Only Special Price Ticket

Toei Subway One-day Pass

(available for a limited time only)

Adults: 500 yen | Children: 250 yen

Available at:

The automatic ticket machines at any Toei Subway
※For more details

※For more details, visit the Toei Transportation website
※Late-night buses require a separate fee.
※Toei One-day Passes are valid until 4am of the next day from purchase.