Marunouchi offers a truly unrivaled transportation network that includes 13 train stations, 20 train lines and a Shinkansen (bullet train) terminal that connects Tokyo with most major Japanese cities.
Monorail and JR to Tokyo Station: approx. 25 min.
Limo bus to Tokyo Station (Yaesu Exit): approx. 40 min.
Narita Express to Tokyo Station: approx. 53 min.
Limo bus to Tokyo Station (Yaesu Exit): approx. 80 min.
John F. Kennedy International AirportNY Midtown
Londdon City AirportLonddon
Plans are underway for a new Tokyo station under Marunouchi Nakadori Ave. that will allow travel from Marunouchi to Haneda Airport in 18 minutes and Narita Airport in 36 minutes, by way of a new Direct Metropolitan Line that connects the airports.
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5 hours 04 minutes
Marunouchi Shuttle Bus stop
通常ルート 10:00 - 20:00
大手町ルート (平日のみ) 8:00 - 10:00
Free shuttle bus service sponsored by local enterprises runs every 15 minutes in the Otemachi/Marunouchi/Yurakucho area.
※This bus route (accurate as of March 2015) is subject to change
※Traffic conditions may cause delays
Download the free Marunouchi Shuttle Bus app to check the bus routes and status (in Japanese only)
Park-in operate 19 parking lots in the district, accommodating approx. 4,000 cars and motorcycles.
Marunouchi is located near the upscale Ginza and Nihombashi shopping districts and Kasumigaseki where numerous central government offices reside. The area is also renowned for its abundant greenery at neighboring Imperial Palace moats, Kokyogaien National Gardens and Hibiya Park.
Maps and visitor information in PDF format are available for download in English. Please follow the links below.Disclaimer: fees indicated on the PDF documents may change without notice (i.e to reflect change in sales tax rate). Please confirm price at each site.