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There are 3 ways to get from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza by subway, taxi or foot

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Metro  •  2m

  1. Take the Metro from Tokyo to Ginza Tokyo Metro Marunouchi

$1 - $2

2 alternative options

Taxi  •  1m

  1. Take a taxi from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza 4666 feet

$8 - $11

Walk  •  16m

  1. Walk from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza 4451 feet

Questions & Answers

The cheapest way to get from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza is to Metro which costs ¥160 - ¥180 and takes 2m.

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The quickest way to get from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza is to taxi which costs ¥950 - ¥1200 and takes 1m.

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The distance between Tokyo (Station) and Ginza is 1 km.

The best way to get from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza without a car is to Metro which takes 2m and costs ¥160 - ¥180.

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The Metro from Tokyo to Ginza takes 2m including transfers and departs every 10 minutes.

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There are 3051+ hotels available in Ginza. Prices start at $53 USD per night.

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Map of how to get from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza.
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  • Distance: 3323 feet
  • Duration: 2m

What companies run services between Tokyo (Station), Japan and Ginza, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan?

Tokyo Metro operates a vehicle from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza every 10 minutes. Tickets cost $1 - $2 and the journey takes 2m.

Train operators
Tokyo Metro
Other operators
Taxi from Tokyo (Station) to Ginza
Ave. Duration
1m
Estimated price
$8 - $11
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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