Yokohama Transportation

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    Yokohama Station to Tokyo Disneyland/Sea

    by shintarojon Updated Mar 14, 2004

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    Bus # 17

    Yokohama Station to Tokyo Disneyland/Sea

    Yokohama Station East Exit
    Sogo Department Store: Lower Level Bus Terminal,
    Bus stop # 17

    Travel Time:
    a. Tokyo Disney Sea - 50 mins.
    b. Tokyo Disneyland - 60 mins.

    Fare:
    a. Adults: 1,220 Yen
    b. Children: 610 Yen

    Related to:
    • Theme Park Trips
    • Road Trip

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    By train

    by Rebecca_jp Written Feb 5, 2003

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    Minato Mirai 21 line, will open on spring 2004

    From Tokyo

    Tokyo St:
    * JR Tokaido Line to Yokohama Station about 25 min.
    * JR Yokosuka Line to Yokohama Station about 30 min.
    * Keihin Tohoku Line to Sakuragicho Station about 40 min.

    Shibuya St:
    * Tokyu Toyoko Line to Sakuragicho Station about 31 min on the Express.

    Meguro St:
    * Tokyu Meguro Line, and change to a Tokyu Toyoko Line express at Musashi Kosugi Station. It takes 38 minutes to reach Yokohama Station by this route.

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    From Shibuya, faster and cheaper

    by Rebecca_jp Updated Feb 5, 2003

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    Always by train, you can get there from Shinjuku or Shibuya station. It's cheaper from Shibuya even if you are staying near Shinjuku. Take the Tokyu Toyoko line, 260 yen, just 30 minutes.
    The best area is maybe Sakuragi-cho Station area. The best way, walking and taking the maritime bus, from the station to Yamashita Park(around 400 yen).

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    JR trains

    by hotshot0428 Updated Oct 11, 2002

    I remember my first day, in Yokohama I get lost because there are so many different track of trains, and in one track many distination, it is too confusing for me.
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    I learned my lesson, so the second day everytime I went out from my hotel I go to tourist information center in Yokohama Station and list the details of trains I have to take to arrive to my distination.
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    JR trains, I remember they have English and Japanese written on top of exit door everytime the trains stop at least you know what station it is.
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    Narita Express train it is the best way go to Narita airport a little bit expensive but it is fast and you need reservation. JR East infoline (03) 3423-0111 (English, Korean, Chinese, French, German, Spanish and I think that this is only temporary because of the World Cup Game and they providing language services for tourist.)
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    Yamanote line it is more high tech trains because they announce the next station in English and Japanese language plus English and Japanese written on the exit doors it is excellent.
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    But for other trains going to Odawara Stations I remember they only announce in Japanese language so what I did I have to rely on the map everytime the trains stop and I look outside the window to double check the name of the trains station. Otherewise you miss your stop.

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    A short sightseeing trip

    by davidlop Updated Oct 1, 2002
    View of the Minato Mirai 21 complex

    There are several boats running along the coast, from peer to peer. A short trip with good views of the city travels from opposite the convention centre (Seabass Pier, opposite the Convention Hall, into the Mirato Mirai 21 complex, near Yokohama Station) to near the Yokohama's Tower and chinatown. I don't remember if it was leaving hourly or every half hour, and it was about 600yen (but you can walk if you prefer, the boat ride takes 20 minutes)

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    From Tokyo, take the Yokosuka...

    by Sharrie Written Sep 12, 2002

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    From Tokyo, take the Yokosuka line train to Kamakura. The journey takes about an hour & cost about 1000 Yen.

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    I took the train on my own. It was easy to get here but not as easy to get around unless one speak Japanese. Try to follow the crowd, that's one way to get to tourist attraction :)

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    If you plan on traveling...

    by Pbjclimber Written Aug 26, 2002

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    If you plan on traveling around Japan I would reccomend purchasing a rail pass. The rail passes are valid for 7, 14, or 21 days. They allow you to travel for free on any JR bullet train (except the fastest line), regular train, and bus.

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    Public transport

    by CliffClaven Written Sep 26, 2002

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    The one aspect that all foreigners praise after a visit to Japan is the excellence of its public transport. Buses and trains and taxis can whisk you promptly and safely all over the Kanto - i.e. Tokyo and Yokohama - area. It's a bit daunting at first, but with a good map and plenty of bowing and smiling you can usually end up where you want to be.

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  • Trains for the easiest way!

    by yen_2 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Kannai Station

    From Kannai Station, if your from there you only have to travel around 5 to 6 minutes to get to Yokohama Station and to Tokyo Staion around 45 minutes.

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    • Theme Park Trips

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    Yokohama Station to Mitsukyo Station

    by shintarojon Updated Apr 24, 2004

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    Mitsukyo Station

    Zoorasia can be reached by taking Sotetsu Line from Yokohama Station to Mitsukyo Station

    Train fare - 220 Yen
    Estimated travel time - 23 minutes

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    • Trains
    • Zoo

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    Narita International Airport

    by fa330 Written Jan 4, 2004

    This airport is very easy to navigate, as there are good signs and people there to help if you need it.

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    • Family Travel

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    Tokyo - Yokohama By JR...

    by o00o Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Tokyo - Yokohama

    By JR Tokaido Honsen Line 450 yen (25 minutes )

    By Tokyu Toyoko Express Line 260 yen ( 31 minutes )

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