- Address: 4-13 Nihonbashiyokoyamachō, Chūō-ku, Tōkyō-to 103-0003, Japan, Chuo
- Ticket Price: Free
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Change at Higashi Nihonbashi and walk to here to go to Shinjuku. Beats taking the JR line in my book. Both Toei lines as well. Why pay more when you can pay less? In rush hour, both escalators are set to go up. Imagine that? You actually have to use your legs to walk down. Outrageous.
Small metro station I used a few times on my visit to Tokyo. It was clean and tidy and the staff were helpful and friendly.
Ageing station but has a great little bakery café inside.