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How to travel in Tokyo during the Rugby World Cup 2019 ?

Our tips to explore Tokyo and access to the Tokyo Stadium

travel around tokyo

Transportation in Tokyo is organized with 2 subway companies and many railway companies. The main railway company is JR East. The JR Yamanote Line and the JR Chuo Sobu Line are covered by the Japan Rail Pass.

We have selected three maps to help you to understand the network. 
Access to the Yamanote Line Map
Download the YAMANOTE line and chuo line Map in english
The Tokyo sightseeing map
download the tokyo subway network sightseeing MAP
Access to the Keio Line Map
Download the keio line Map in english
IN TOKYO STATIONSTokyo stations are sometimes quite big but all the signs will help you to find your way. 

Learn more : Train Platforms marking in Japanese Stations 

You will surprised as Japanese stations are also very large commercial areas. 

Learn more : In Japanese Train Stations

The Pasmo Card - Transportation in Tokyo
TOKYO PASSESIf you stay in Tokyo, you may need a prepaid PASMO or SUICA Card to travel around and especially in the subway and in the non JR lines.

Please note that the line to access to the Stadium is not covered by the Japan Rail Pass.

Learn more : Do I need a PASMO Card in Tokyo ? 

Access to Ajinomoto Stadium - Tokyo Stadium
access to tokyo stadiumTokyo Stadium is in fact the AJINOMOTO STADIUM in Chofu.

To access to the Stadium you will have to go to Shinjuku Station.

In Shinjuku Station, take the Keio Line from to Tobitakyu (AJINOMOTO STADIUM) Station.

The stadium is 5minutes' walk from Tobitakyu (AJINOMOTO STADIUM) Station.

Access to Ajinomoto Stadium - Tokyo Stadium- by train

Your Pass at the best price

National JR Pass From £ 211
JR Kansai Pass From £ 16
JR Kyushu Pass From £ 109
JR Shikoku Pass From £ 64
JR West Pass From £ 139
JR Hokkaido Pass From £ 125
JR Central Pass From £ 102
JR East Pass From £ 193

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