There are 3 ways to get from Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station by train, taxi or foot
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The cheapest way to get from Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station is to train which costs ¥340 - ¥650 and takes 27m.
The quickest way to get from Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station is to taxi which costs ¥3400 - ¥4100 and takes 7m.
No, there is no direct train from Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station. However, there are services departing from Shinagawa and arriving at Daiba(Tokyo) via Shimbashi. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 27m.
The distance between Shinagawa (Station) and Daiba Station is 3 km.
The best way to get from Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station without a car is to train which takes 27m and costs ¥340 - ¥650.
It takes approximately 27m to get from Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station, including transfers.
Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station train services, operated by Japan Railways (JR), depart from Shinagawa station.
Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station train services, operated by Japan Railways Yurikamome, arrive at Daiba(Tokyo) station.
There are 3151+ hotels available in Daiba Station. Prices start at $51 USD per night.
What companies run services between Shinagawa (Station), Tokyo Prefecture, Japan and Daiba Station, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan?
You can take a train from Shinagawa (Station) to Daiba Station via Shimbashi in around 27m.
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.
Train from Shinagawa to Shimbashi
- Ave. Duration
- Every 5 minutes
- Estimated price
- $1 - $2
- Schedules at
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