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There are 6 ways to get from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo by train, subway, taxi or foot

Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner.

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Train  •  11m

  1. Take the train from Ueno to Yurakucho JR Yamanote / ...

$1 - $2

5 alternative options

Train Tsukuba Express  •  14m

  1. Take the train from Asakusa(Tsukuba) to Akihabara Tsukuba Express Local / ...
  2. Take the train from Akihabara to Yurakucho JR Yamanote

$3 - $4

Metro  •  22m

  1. Take the Metro from Tawaramachi(Tokyo) to Ginza Tokyo Metro Ginza

$1 - $2

Train, Metro  •  22m

  1. Take the train from Asakusa(Tsukuba) to Akihabara Tsukuba Express Local / ...
  2. Take the Metro from Akihabara to Hibiya Tokyo Metro Hibiya

$3 - $4

Taxi  •  5m

  1. Take a taxi from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo 3.5 miles

$22 - $27

Walk  •  1h 12m

  1. Walk from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo 3.8 miles

Questions & Answers

The cheapest way to get from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo is to train which costs ¥110 - ¥160 and takes 11m.

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The quickest way to get from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo is to taxi which costs ¥2500 - ¥3100 and takes 5m.

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Yes, there is a direct train departing from Ueno and arriving at Yurakucho. Services depart every five minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 8m.

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The distance between Asakusa and The Peninsula Tokyo is 5 km.

The best way to get from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo without a car is to train which takes 11m and costs ¥110 - ¥160.

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The train from Ueno to Yurakucho takes 8m including transfers and departs every five minutes.

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Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo train services, operated by Japan Railways (JR), depart from Ueno station.

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Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo train services, operated by Japan Railways (JR), arrive at Yurakucho station.

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There are 3299+ hotels available in The Peninsula Tokyo. Prices start at $53 USD per night.

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Map of how to get from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo.
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  • Distance: 3.2 miles
  • Duration: 11m

What companies run services between Asakusa, Japan and The Peninsula Tokyo, Japan?

Japan Railways (JR) operates a train from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo every 5 minutes. Tickets cost $1 - $2 and the journey takes 8m.

Train operators
Japan Railways (JR)

Japan Railways operates a large proportion of the main intercity routes, including the high-speed Shinkansen service and commuter rail service. Covering 1665 stations across 7458km, Japan Railways carries an average of 17 million passengers per day. There are several rail passes on offer for customers such as the Hokkaido Pass, the JR West Rail Pass, JR East Pass, Shikoku Pass, Kyushu Pass and Flex Japan Tourist Pass.

Contact Details
Website
hyperdia.com
Train from Ueno to Yurakucho
Ave. Duration
8m
Frequency
Every 5 minutes
Estimated price
$1 - $2
Schedules at
hyperdia.com
Train from Akihabara to Yurakucho
Ave. Duration
5m
Frequency
Every 5 minutes
Estimated price
$1 - $2
Schedules at
hyperdia.com
Tsukuba Express
Website
mir.co.jp
Train from Asakusa(Tsukuba) to Akihabara
Ave. Duration
5m
Frequency
Every 10 minutes
Estimated price
$2
Schedules at
hyperdia.com
Tokyo Metro
Website
tokyometro.jp
Subway from Tawaramachi(Tokyo) to Ginza
Ave. Duration
16m
Frequency
Every 10 minutes
Estimated price
$1 - $2
Schedules at
hyperdia.com
Subway from Akihabara to Hibiya
Ave. Duration
14m
Frequency
Every 10 minutes
Estimated price
$1 - $2
Schedules at
hyperdia.com
Other operators
Taxi from Asakusa to The Peninsula Tokyo
Ave. Duration
5m
Estimated price
$22 - $27
Tokyo MK Taxi
Phone
+81 3-5547-5551
Website
tokyomk.com
Nihon Kotsu Taxi
Phone
+81 3-5755-2336
Website
nihon-kotsu.co.jp
Hinomaru
Phone
+81 3-3814-1111
Website
hinomaru.tokyo

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