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Station layout[edit]

JR East[edit]

The JR East station consists of three surface platforms serving the Tōkaidō, Yamanote, and Keihin-Tōhoku lines, and an underground platform serving the Yokosuka Line.

Surface platforms[edit]

1 JT Tōkaidō Main Line for Yokohama, Odawara, and Atami
2 JU Ueno-Tokyo Line for Ueno
(via JU Utsunomiya Line) for Omiya, Utsunomiya
(via JU Takasaki Line) for Takasaki
(via JJ Jōban Line) for Toride, Mito
3 JK Keihin-Tōhoku Line for Shinagawa, Yokohama, and Ofuna
4 JY Yamanote Line for Shinagawa, Shibuya, and Shinjuku
5 JY Yamanote Line for Tokyo, Ueno, and Ikebukuro
6 JK Keihin-Tōhoku Line for Tokyo, Ueno, and Ōmiya
  • Platforms 1 and 2

  • Platforms 3 and 4

  • Platforms 5 and 6

Underground platform[edit]

  • Yokosuka Line platforms

Tokyo Metro[edit]

Tokyo Metro operates in an underground station with two side platforms serving the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.

  • Ticket gates

  • Platform 2

Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei)[edit]

Toei operates in an underground station with two side platforms serving the Toei Asakusa Line.

  • Platforms


The terminus for the Yurikamome is an elevated station next to the JR station.

  • Yurikamome Shimbashi Station entrance, 2019

  • Platforms, January 2020

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Shimbashi|Station/Timetable|Yurikamome Line

Shimbashi Station train lines

Shimbashi Station is operated by four distinct railway companies:

  • JR East
  • Tokyo Metro
  • Toei
  • Yurikamome

It is considered a major intersection for connections between the Yamanote and other lines.

JR train lines

You can use your Japan Rail Pass for easy and inexpensive travel on JR Lines. These include:

Local trains run on the Keihin-Tohuku, Joban, and Tokaido Main Lines. Rapid and Special Rapid services operate on the Tokaido Main Line and Joban Line.

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Non-JR lines

Non-JR lines serving Shimbashi Station include:

  • Tokyo Metro Ginza Line G-08
  • Toei Asakusa Line A-10
  • New Transit Yurikamome U-01

The Airport Limited Express also runs on the Toei Metro Asakusa Line. The JR Pass is not applicable to these non-JR train lines.

Shimbashi Station map

Shimbahi’s JR East station has three surface platforms and one underground platform. At surface level, track one serves the Tokaido Main Line, two the Ueno-Tokyo Line, three and six the Keihin-Tohoku Line, and four and five the Yamanote Line. The two tracks of the underground platform serve the Yokosuka Line.

Shimbashi station map – Images by JR East

The Tokyo Metro has two side platforms located underground, as does the Toei subway. The Yurikamome can be reached via an elevated station beside the JR East station.

The station’s East Exit opens to the Shiodome, and the West Karasumori Exit leads to bars and izakaya. Shops can be found on level B1F of the station, and coin luggage lockers are available on this level as well as level 1F.

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Shimbashi Station 新橋駅

Shimbashi Station (Shinbashi) is in the Shimbashi district of south, central Tokyo in Minato ward directly south of Tokyo Station. Shimbashi Station is close to both the shopping mecca that is Ginza and the gleaming skyscrapers of Shiodome. The Shimbashi district itself, around the station is typically where company workers eat, shop and drink.

Shimbashi Station Tokyo in the Taisho Period

Shimbashi Station Connections

Shimbashi Station is a major rail intersection in Tokyo connecting with the circular JR Yamanote Line (2 stops from Tokyo Station), the Tokaido Line for trains to Fujisawa, Hiratsuka, Odawara and Atami, the Yokosuka Line for Yokohama and down to Kamakura and Yokosuka, and the Keihin-Tohoku Line for trains to Shinagawa, Yokohama Station, and Ofuna.

Shimbashi Station also has two Tokyo subway lines: the Toei Asakusa Line, and the Ginza Line for access to Asakusa in the east or Shibuya in the west.

Shiodome Station on the Toei Oedo Subway Line is about a 9 minute walk from Shimbashi Station.

Just outside JR Shimbashi Station, on the east side, is the terminus for the Yurikamome Line that goes across Rainbow Bridge to Toyosu Station in Koto-ku via Odaiba.

Shimbashi Station East Exit, at present, Tokyo

JR Shimbashi Station East Exit, Tokyo – with the covered entranceway to Shimbashi Subway Station for the Asakusa Line

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The memory of the rail

In the district of Minato, the station of Shimbashi, inaugurated in 1872 is one of the oldest stations in the country. It is the brilliant symbol of the history of the railways in the Japanese capital. However, Shimbashi is not just about its rich past. At the interconnection of several lines, Shimbashi station is also the rallying point for neighborhood salarymen who come to relax after dark in the many gado shita; those little bars and restaurants tucked away under the train tracks. A bustling atmosphere full of authenticity to discover after sundown!

In 1872, the first railway line, linking the Japanese capital to Yokohama, was put into service. This link, called the Tokaidô line, transports passengers from the port city to Tokyo in 35 min. Its terminus in the capital was then a brand new station; that of Shimbashi Teishajo.

Designed by an American architect, the latter was inaugurated in October 1872 in the presence of Emperor Meiji (1852-1912); the latter even took part in the maiden voyage. In 1909, Karasumori station, connected to the Yamanote line, opened its doors near that Shimbashi Teishajo.

The original Shimbashi station


In Renaissance style, the flamboyant red brick and freestone building is the work of architect Tatsuno Kingo (1854-1919); a regular in this type of building since we already owe him the stations of Manseibashi (1912) and Tokyo (1914).

In 1914, the extension of the Tokaidô line to the brand new station in Tokyo completely changed the network of surrounding stations. Shimbashi Station is transformed into a freight station and renamed Shiodome Station.

As for Karasumori Station, it was renamed Shimbashi Station. A funny game of musical chairs!

Shimbashi Station during the Taisho era (1912-1926)


Shimbashi is a business district where many large Japanese companies have set up their headquarters: the airline ANA, the companies Fujitsu, Panasonic, Shiseido, Dentsu …

Several shopping centers await shoppers: Wing, Shiodome Sio site, and Caretta Shidome, whose restaurants are located on the 46th and 47th floors and offer a breathtaking view of Tokyo Bay.

For cultural outings, several interesting places are accessible in a few minutes: the Dentsu Shiki Theater, the advertising museum, the Panasonic Shiodome Museum, not to mention the fabulous Hama-Rikyû garden.

Hama-Rikyu Garden

Yoshikazu TAKADA

To the left of the Shiodome exit, another monument celebrates this rich past: a railway wheel accompanied by a small stele.

It reads: “With a whistle, my train leaves Shimbashi. The moon on Mount Atago will be my traveling companion.”

This is the first verse of an extremely popular song written and performed in 1900 by Owada Takeki. Entitled Tetsudo Shôka, this railway song had an educational vocation. In 66 verses, it illustrates the journey between Shimbashi and Kobe, describing in passing the cities, the history, the legends, and regional specificities.

Railway Song Monument in Shimbashi


But the public could soon reinvest in the premises. Tokyo Metro plans to reopen on the horizon of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Like the old Manseibashi Station, the abandoned Shimbashi Station could soon accommodate shops and restaurants.

Finally, for all those who would have been seduced by this wise romantic railway, know that it is possible to visit the original station of Shimbashi (1872-1914)! Right next to the Shiodome City Center business complex, a faithful reconstruction of the original houses a museum retracing the railroad history of Shimbashi and Shiodome.

Shimbashi abandoned subway station


The reconstruction of the old Shimbashi station houses a museum


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Station Information

Station Map

Print Station Map

  • Elevators

    Elevators are available between street and ticket gate levels and between the ticket gate level and platforms.

  • Ticket Machines

    Ticket machines and fare adjustment machines at stations are equipped with monitors and intercom to provide text, visual, and audio guidance.

  • Braille Panels and Audio Guides

    Audio guides are provided at ticket gates and platform levels. Station and restroom maps, and fare adjustment offices are equipped with Braille panels and audio guides.

  • Station Numbering / Displays in 4 Languages

    For ease of understanding, especially by foreign visitors, route and station names are displayed in Roman alphabet and numerals. All important information is displayed in 4 languages.

  • Multipurpose Restroom

    Stations are equipped with male, female, and multipurpose restrooms. Multipurpose restrooms can be used by seniors, wheelchair users, persons with ostomies, and the general public.

Free Wi-Fi

This station provides free Wi-Fi.

All Yurikamome stations are installed with LED lighting.

All Yurikamome stations use LED lighting in efforts to reduce CO2 emissions and prevent global warming.

Station Motif

Willow stripe pattern

This striped abstract pattern is meant to represent willow leaves. Willow tress have been a familiar sight to Japanese people since ancient times, believing that the tree brings good luck.
In the so-called “Flower Calendar” used during the Edo period (1603-1868), willows represented the 11th month. The other plants used for the calendar were pine (1st month), plum (2nd month), cherry (3rd month), wisteria (4th month), iris (5th month), peony (6th month), bush clover (7th month), pampas grass (8th month), chrysanthemum (9th month), maple (10th month), and paulownia (12th month).

Station interior and exterior photos

This section explains the alternate routes available during suspension of Yurikamome Line train service.

  • ※”Time required” does not include the time taken to transfer or connect between modes of transportation.
  • ※Please make note of our service hours.
  • ※Bus routes are subject to change depending on circumstances.

Facility Name Address
Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan 2-10-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-Ku
“Midori to Mizu” Education Center, Hibiya Park / Hibiya Green Salon 1-5 Hibiya-koen, Chiyoda-Ku

※The information provided here is based on public announcements by Tokyo City as of August 1, 2018.


Fare Guide

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