Nihonbashi, a place where the traditions of old Japan are still alive. Take advantage of the helpful information center and convenient shuttle bus service to explore the city.
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Operated by Monthly Nihombashi, a community magazine that knows Nihombashi inside out, the site is packed full of local history, people, shops and more.
Available in English, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Korean and Japanese.
Free Shuttle Around Town
Get from Tokyo Station to all the main sites mentioned in this article using this free shuttle bus service. The buses run from 10am to 8pm every 10 minutes and you can track the location of the next bus online
http://www.hinomaru.co.jp/metrolink/nihonbashi/ (Japanese only)
- Tokyo Sta. Yaesu Exit
- Subway Nihonbashi Sta.
- Subway Mitsukoshi-mae Sta.
- Mitsui Memorial Museum
- JR Shin-Nihonbashi Sta.
- Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-chome
- Nihonbashi South
- Nihonbashi 2-chome
- Nihonbashi 3-chome
- Subway Takara-cho Sta.
- Kyobashi 2-chome
- Kyobashi 1-chome
Nihonbashi Information Center
For Savvy Sightseeing
Speak to the multilingual concierge staff available here to get insider tips on where best to shop, eat and sightsee to make the best of your Nihonbashi trip. The souvenir shop here stocks everything from food to modern accessories inspired by Edo chic, and the Ippin Café serves up green tea and traditional snacks from popular historical shops, perfect for a quick pick-me-up.
Special Offer for WAttention Readers
Present a copy of our newest magazine at the Nihonbashi Information Center (COREDO Muromachi 1, B1) to receive a set of coupons that will entitle you to offers such as a 5% discount at KIYA, 8% off at Hashicho, a free gift at Hakuza, etc. at all 33 shops in COREDO Muromachi.
Address: COREDO Muromachi 1
Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-2-1 Chuo
Hours: 10am – 9pm