Public Transportation Guide

Koto City, where various railway routes, such as JR and subways, run, has excellent access to transportation; it is located within a 30-minute commuting distance from such main terminals as Tokyo Station, major sightseeing spots in Tokyo including Asakusa, Imperial Palace and Tokyo Sky Tree®and even Tokyo Disney Resort (which is located in Chiba) by public transportation. It is a suitable area to visit as a part of a Tokyo sightseeing tour or for weekend excursions.

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Map, Detailed Map

A list of the service lines in the city

Below are listed 10 service lines, including JR and subways, which run in the city.
Please check each business operator' s web-site for fares and timetables.

Service Line Stations in the City Business operator' s web-site
* The link below will direct you to a third-party site.
Sobu Line Kameido East Japan Railway Company
Keiyo Line Etchujima (Rapid Express does not stop), Shiomi (Rapid Express does not stop), Shin-kiba
Oedo Line Morishita, Kiyosumi-shirakawa, Monzen-nakacho Bureau of Transportation, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Shinjuku Line Morishita, Sumiyoshi (Express does not stop), Nishi-ohjima (Express does not stop), Ohshima, Higashi-ojima
Hanzomon Line Sumiyoshi, Kiyosumi-shirakawa Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd.
Tozai Line Monzen-nakacho, Kiba, Toyocho, Minami-sunamachi (Express does not stop)
Yurakucho Line Toyosu, Tatsumi, Shin-kiba
Tobu Kameido Line Kameido, Kameidosuijin Tobu Railway Co., Ltd.
Yurikamome Toyosu, Shin-toyosu, Shijo-mae, AriakeTennis-no-mori, Ariake, Kokusai-tenjijo-seimon, Aomi, Telecom Center, Fune-no-kagakukan Yurikamome Co., Ltd.
Rinkai Line Shin-kiba, Shinonome, Kokusai-tenjijo, Tokyo Teleport Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit Inc.

Access from various areas in Tokyo

Below are shown some examples of access via train (not using limited express) from terminal stations such as Tokyo Station to various areas in the city.
Please note, times shown in each route are standard seat-load time, so please use it as a guide.

  • ☆Access to Fukagawa Area (example)

    The chart below shows accesses to the Fukagawa Area, an inland region (west side) of the city, represented by Monzen-nakacho, a town famous for the Fukagawa Hachiman Festival.

    Access 01 to Fukagawa Area
  • ☆Access to Joto Area (example)

    The chart below shows accesses to the Joto Area, an inland region (east side) of the city, represented by Kameido, a town famous for Kameido Tenjinsya Shrine.

    Access 01 to Joto Area
  • ☆Access to Rinkai Area (example)

    Below chart shows accesses to the Rinkai Area, southern part of the city, represented by Ariake, a town famous for Tokyo Big Sight.

    Access 01 to Rinkai Area

Access from Airports

Below are shown some examples of access via train (not using limited express) from Haneda and Narita airports to various areas in the city.
Please note, times shown in each route are standard seat-load time, so please use it as a guide.
Also, depending on destinations and time zones, there is a possibility that bus or other transportation would require a shorter time to arrive than would train.
As for access via bus or other forms of transportation, please refer to the `Access' page of each airport' s web-site.

<The official web-site of each airport (*the link below will direct you to a third-party site)>

Haneda Airport

From Haneda Airport, two routes, using Tokyo Monorail or Keikyu Dentetsu (Keikyu Electric Express Railway), are available.
Please check each business operator' s web-site for fares and timetables.

<The official web-site of each airport (*the link below will direct you to a third-party site)>

  • ☆Using Tokyo Monorail (example)

    When we use Tokyo Monorail from Haneda Airport
  • ☆Using Keikyu Railway (example)

    When we use Keihin Electric Express Railway Corporation from Haneda Airport
Narita International Airport

From Narita International Airport, two routes, using JR or Keisei Electric Railway, are available.
Please check each business operator' s web-site for fares and timetables.

<The official web-site of each airport (*the link below will direct you to a third-party site)>

  • ☆Using JR (example)

    When we use JR Line from Narita Airport
  • ☆Using Keisei Electric Railway (example)

    When we use Keisei Electric Railway from Narita Airport

Metropolitan busToei (Metropolitan) Bus

Since many Toei Bus routes run throughout Koto City, it is very convenient to use Toei Bus to go to and enjoy sightseeing points that are far from JR stations, such as Sunamachi Ginza Shotengai and Tokyo Gate Bridge. Also, Tokyo Skytree®, which attracts many visitors, is connected with various places in the city such as Kameido, Monzen-nakacho, Kiba and Toyosu; it is highly accessible and you can enjoy these places before or after visiting the tower.
As for detailed information about Toei Bus, such as fares, timetables, operation routes, and bus stops, please see the official web-site below (*the link below will direct you to a third-party site).

Recommended Toei bus routes for sightseeing and excursions in Koto City (example)

Route/ Route No Start Main via Terminal Operation days
To 07 Monzen-Nakacho Toyocho-Eki, Kitasuna-2cho-me, Kameido-Eki-Dori Kinshicho-Eki everyday
Kai 01 Monzen-Nakacho Toyosu-Eki-Mae, Fujiterebi, Nihon-Kagakumiraikan-Mae Tokyo-Telepot- Ek everyday
Nari 10 Shimbashi Ginza-Yoncho-me, Toyosu-Eki-Mae, Tokyo-to-Gendai-Bijutsukan-Mae Tokyo-Sukaitsuri everyday
Ki 11 Kou Toyocho-Eki Shinkiba-Eki-Mae Wakasu-Camp-jo-Mae everyday
Mon 33 Kameido-Eki-Mae Tokyo-Sukaituri-Eki, Monzen-Nakacho Toyoumi-Suisan-Futo everyday
Express 06 /Fukagawa Shuttle Morishita-Eki-Mae Monzen-Nakacho, Toyosu-Eki-Mae Nihon-Kagaku-Miraikan Saturday& Holidays
Express 05/Joto Shuttle Kinshicho-Eki Kameido-Eki-Dori, Shinkiba-Eki-Mae Nihon-Kagaku-Miraikan Saturday& Holidays

Water busWater-bus

Water bus

Two companies operate regular water-bus services, focusing on Sumidagawa River, which runs on the west side of the city, along with canals, provide you access via boat to/from the city (such as Etchujima and Toyosu) from/to Odaiba and Asakusa.
In Koto City, boarding points that are managed by the city have been opened to water-bus operation companies for their use from June 2013, and through these steps, momentum is gathering so that sightseeing and access by boats will be further diversified in the future.

<Route (example)>

Please check each business operator' s web-site for fares and timetables.

Operation Company Course (example) The official web-site of Operation Company
*the link below will direct you to a third-party site
Tokyo Cruise Ship Co., Ltd. Tokyo Cruise Ship Tokyo Cruise Ship Co., Ltd.
Tokyo Mizube Line Water bus
In each route, there are some other boarding points at which boats land during the cruise of the regular route.
Tokyo Mizube Line

Community cycleCommunity Cycle

Community cycle

Community cycle is a bicycle sharing system, in which bicycles are made available to freely lend and be returned at stations* that are set within certain areas. Please make use of the system and use the bicycles as basic transportation for sightseeing and excursions in the Rinkai area. For detailed information about the operation, such as how to use the community cycle, please see the web-site below (the link below will direct you to a third-party site).

Operation test in general

Urban Policy Division, Urban Development Department, Koto City TEL 03-3647-9714

Management of the operation test

Call Center TEL 0120-053-537

* Station: Unmanned bicycle parking facility for lending and/or return of bicycle set in pavement sites or other relevant places.