There are 3 ways to get from Tokyo to Kanagawa by train, taxi or car
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Take the train from Tokyo to Ishikawacho
2 alternative options
Take a taxi from Tokyo to Yokohama
Drive from Tokyo to Yokohama
Tokyo to Kanagawa by train
The train journey time between Tokyo and Kanagawa is around 47 min and covers a distance of around 33 km. Operated by JR-East, the Tokyo to Kanagawa train service departs from Tokyo and arrives in Ishikawacho. Typically 1210 trains run weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.
Questions & Answers
The most affordable way to get from Tokyo to Kanagawa is to train, which costs ¥550 - ¥750 and takes 47 min.
The quickest way to get from Tokyo to Kanagawa is to taxi which costs ¥14000 - ¥18000 and takes 27 min.
Yes, there is a direct train departing from Tokyo and arriving at Ishikawacho. Services depart every 10 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 47 min.
The distance between Tokyo and Kanagawa is 49 km. The road distance is 38.3 km.
The best way to get from Tokyo to Kanagawa without a car is to train which takes 47 min and costs ¥550 - ¥750.
The train from Tokyo to Ishikawacho takes 47 min including transfers and departs every 10 minutes.
Tokyo to Kanagawa train services, operated by JR-East, depart from Tokyo station.
Tokyo to Kanagawa train services, operated by JR-East, arrive at Ishikawacho station.
Yes, the driving distance between Tokyo to Kanagawa is 38 km. It takes approximately 27 min to drive from Tokyo to Kanagawa.
There are 98+ hotels available in Kanagawa. Prices start at ¥15000 per night.
What companies run services between Tokyo, Japan and Kanagawa, Japan?
JR-East operates a train from Tokyo to Ishikawacho every 10 minutes. Tickets cost ¥550 - ¥750 and the journey takes 47 min.
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