Customers who use Tokaido Sanyo Kyushu Shinkansen Reservation Service to travel from Shizuoka prefecture or further west to Tokyo are eligible for a Tokyo Subway Ticket, allowing unlimited access to the 9 Tokyo Metro Subway lines and the 4 Toei Subway Lines, a total of 13 lines!
In addition, those who purchase this ticket will also receive Chikatoku - a guide map featuring coupons for destinations along the subway lines! Be sure to check it out if you’re traveling to Tokyo.
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Tokyo Subway Ticket Conditions
Customers who used Tokaido Sanyo Kyushu Shinkansen Reservation Service to travel from stations in Shizuoka or further west (between Atami and Hakata) to Tokyo or Shinagawa station.
Please note, customers traveling from Odawara or Shin-Yokohama are not eligible.
Requirements at the time of purchase
Customers who used an IC Card or a QR-Ticket will need to present their seat information issued at the ticket gates at their boarding station, while customers who used a ticket will need to present their sales slip received from ticket machines at the time of ticket pick-up.
Each seat information or sales slip may only be used once for one Tokyo Subway Ticket.
- When using a used ticket to purchase Tokyo Subway Tickets, you will be able to purchase a limited number of Tokyo Subway Tickets according to the number of people on the sales slip.
- The seat information or sales slip must be for the same day as the Tokyo Subway Ticket, or no more than two days before.
Eg. To purchase for October 3rd, you will need to show seat information or a sales slip for October 1st, 2nd or 3rd.
- Tokyo Subway Tickets can only be purchased in cash.
- Please note Tokyo Subway Tickets cannot be purchased if you have a regular ticket.
＜ Seat information ＞
＜ Sales slip and receipt image ＞
＜ Ticket ＞
Commuter pass purchase locations at Tokyo Station (Marunouchi Line), Ikebukuro Station (Yurakucho Line, Marunouchi Line), Shinjuku Station (Marunouchi Line)
Tokyo Tourist Information at Ueno Station, Ginza Station, Shinjuku Station, Omotesando Station, Tokyo Station and Ikebukuro Station.
Other Tokyo Chuo City Tourist Information Center, SAGAWA Express Shinjuku Service Center, Tokyo City i, Keikyu Tourist Information Center (Shinagawa).
- Not available at JR Central, JR East or Toei Subway ticket purchase locations.
- Tickets are only available for purchase during office hours.
- Please pay your own fare from your Shinkansen disembarking station to the ticket purchase station.
Commuter Pass Purchase Locations Here IN JAPANESE ONLY
What is the “Tokyo Subway Ticket”?
Tokyo Subway Ticket (24 Hours) allows you to enjoy the sites of Tokyo for cheaper than the price of a regular common daily ticket for Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway (900 Yen).
The 48 hour (1,200 Yen) and 72 hour (1,500 Yen) tickets offer even bigger discounts.
Ticket Types and Purchase Prices
Tokyo Subway Ticket for Adults
(Valid 24 Hours)
(Valid 48 Hours)
(Valid 72 Hours)
Tokyo Subway Ticket for Children
（Valid 24 Hours）
（Valid 48 Hours）
（Valid 72 Hours）
For instance, if you buy single tickets for journeys on Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway as follows, the total price will be 2,750 Yen. With the 48 hour Tokyo Subway Ticket (1,200 Yen for adults) you save 1,550 Yen!
[First day (900 Yen)]
3:00 pm ①Tokyo → ②Kokkaigijido-mae (National Diet Building) → ＜Kasumigaseki＞ → ③Roppongi (Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown) → ＜Aoyama-Itchome＞ → ④Shibuya (Shibuya Hikarie) → ＜Aoyama-Itchome＞ → ⑤Tochomae (Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building)
[Second Day (1,340 Yen)]
①Tochomae → ②Tsukijishijo (Tsukiji Fish Market) → ③Tsukishima (Monjya Street) → ④Akabanebashi (Tokyo Tower) → ＜Daimon＞ → ⑤Oshiage (Tokyo Sky Tree Town®) → ⑥Asakusa (Senso-ji, Kaminarimon) → ⑦Ueno (Ameya-Yokocho)
[Third Day (510 Yen)]
①Ueno (Ueno Park) → ②Ginza (Department stores) → ③Korakuen (Tokyo Dome City) → 3:00 pm ④Tokyo
Stations in ＜＞ are transfer stations. Names in () are famous tourist locations etc.
What is Chikatoku?
Chikatoku is a service ticket that offers benefits including gifts and discounts when an applicable ticket is presented at around 400 locations along the Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway lines.
For more information see the following page on the Tokyo Metro Website.
Inquiries regarding Tokyo Subway Ticket
Tokyo Metro Customer Center
- Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, 365 days a year
Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation Customer Center
- Hours: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm, 365 days a year