Get the unlimited Tokyo Subway Ticket at a discounted price here.
- Visit famous spots in Japan like Shibuya and Asakusa with a Tokyo Subway Ticket.
- Depending on your itinerary, you can book a 1-day, 2-day, or 3-day unlimited subway pass.
- Price starts at around $8.7, but you can check here (in your local currency) if you can book it for less.
- If you haven’t signed up for WAUG yet, you can do so here and get $3 off your first booking — perfect if you want to visit one of our Michelin-starred partner restaurants in Japan!
Visit Japan’s Popular Attractions via the Tokyo Subway
While there’s various transportation options in Tokyo that’ll let you hop from one attraction to another, the train remains one of the cheapest and most convenient modes of commute. The Tokyo underground consists of two mass rapid transit systems: Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway. Combined, they encompass 13 lines and more than 250 stations, as you may notice in this map. For tourists, this means you’ll get to utilize a broad and extensive subway network that’ll let you access popular points of interests in Tokyo. For this reason alone, I’d say getting the unlimited metro pass is worth it.
To help you plan your daily itinerary and decide if you want to buy the Tokyo Subway Pass online, here are some attractions to note:
1. Places You Can Visit via Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (Orange Line)
Shibuya Station (G01 渋谷)
- Shibuya Crossing & Hachiko Statue
- Kimono Kawaii (best Kimono rental shop in Shibuya)
- VR Park Tokyo (experence Japan’s cutting-edge VR tech in Shibuya!)
Gaiemmae Station (G03 外苑前)
- Sekihotei (2-star Michelin Kaiseki specialty restaurant)
Ginza Station (G09 銀座)
- MANGEKYO by DRUM TAO (exhilarating Japanese drums or wadaiko show)
- Air (1-star Michelin Omakase restaurant with French influences)
- Ginza Toyoda (Japanese Kaiseki restaurant listed in the Michelin Guide)
If you want to see the Tokyo Subway Ticket map and view the orange line, click here. To view all activities in and around the area, use WAUG’s Map feature below.
2. Places You Can Visit via the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (Red Line)
Shinjuku Station (M08 新宿)
- Robot Restaurant (crazy, wild robot restaurant in Tokyo!)
- Oshima Shinjuku Branch
- Sururi (restaurant that offers the 8-type Fish Set and unlimited whiskey, sake, and plum wine for 2 hours!)
Yotsuya-Sanchome Station (M11 四谷三丁目)
Tokyo Station (M17 東京)
- Ginza Sushiko (must-visit sushi place located on the 35th floor of Marunouchi Bldg.)
Other sites that you can access are the Meiji Shingu Shrine (via Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line), Omotesando (via Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line), Takeshita Street (via Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line), Tokyo Skytree Town (via Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line), Kabukiza Theatre (via Tokyo Metro Hibiza Line), and more.
You can also take the Toei Subway to visit the following attractions (specifically for Toei Oedo Line):
- Roppongi Hills
- Ryōgoku Sumo Hall
- Edo-Tokyo Museum
- Yokoamicho Park
Tokyo Subway Ticket Price
Ready to book? Here’s how much a Tokyo subway unlimited pass costs (prices may differ from your date of booking):
1. Tokyo Subway Day Pass
When booked online on WAUG, you can purchase a 24-hour Tokyo metro pass at $7.43 for adults (around HK$57, ₱375, or S$10.6) and $3.71 for children (around HK$29, ₱188, or S$5).
2. Tokyo Subway Ticket for 2 Days
The 48-hour Tokyo Subway Ticket option is priced at around $11.15 for adults (around HK$86, ₱565, or S$16) and $5.57 for children (around HK$43, ₱285, or S$8).
3. Tokyo Subway Ticket for 3 Days
Get the 72-hour Tokyo subway pass at these prices: $13.94 for adults (around HK$108, ₱708, or S$20) and $6.96 for children (around HK$54, ₱354, or S$10).
How to Book on WAUG
- Log in or create an account here.
- Go to the booking page.
- Input your pick-up date and and quantity.
- Check out.
- Wait for purchase confirmation and your mobile voucher.
If you’re a new member, you’ll get a welcome discount coupon that you can instantly apply to your Tokyo Metro pass purchase.
Is buying the Tokyo Subway Ticket worth it?
Considering that the fares for Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway typically range from ¥170-310 per ride (around $1.6-2.9), you will definitely save some money with a Tokyo Subway Ticket if you plan to do sightseeing for one or a couple of days.
1. Should I get a Tokyo Subway Ticket or Suica IC Card?
Suica is a prepaid transportation card in Japan that may be used to ride the trains, buses, and JR East Trains. It also works as a method of payment for convenience stores, select restaurants, and coin lockers.
Getting the unlimited subway ticket is recommended if you plan to rely on Tokyo’s underground system heavily and want to save money. However, if you want flexibility in terms of the ride you’ll take, you can get Suica — or even both.
You can find more information and book a Suica IC card on WAUG here.
2. Is there a Tokyo subway map or app that I can download?
If you want to have an offline Tokyo subway map stored on your phone or laptop, click here.
3. Tokyo Subway operating hours?
The first train usually leaves at 5am while the last train leaves at 12am, give or take. If you want to be sure, you can check Tokyo Metro’s timetable here.
Oh, and do note that during rush hour or up until 9:30am, the Tokyo Metro runs ‘women-only’ cars.
4. How do I use the Tokyo Subway Ticket?
Simply insert your pass at the fare gate. Your card will be activated the first time you pass through the turnstile.