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A basic guide to coin lockers and temporary storage services at Tokyo Station

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2. September. 2019

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Tokyo Station is one of the main stations in Japan, receiving travelers and commuters from across Japan every day. While coin lockers and storage services are scattered throughout many areas of Tokyo Station, knowing the exact details of the available services will come in handy. So take a look at this basic guide and prepare for your trip to Tokyo!

A basic guide to coin lockers and temporary storage services at Tokyo Station

Index

  • 【How to use coin lockers】
  • For those taking the Shinkansen (Japanese bullet train): 1st floor on Yaesu North and Central Gates
  • For those taking the Narita Express: Take the escalator down to the Sobu Line
  • Yaesu Underground Central Gate: 1,219 coin lockers and a cloak room
  • Hole-in-the-wall coin locker spot near Marunouchi Underground South Gate
  • To store perishables: Daimaru department store's refrigerated coin lockers
  • 【How to use baggage storage services】
  • JR EAST Travel Service Center (7:30am to 8:30pm): Same-day baggage storage service
  • Multi-day baggage storage: Rail Go Service (8am to 8pm)
  • Tokyo Service Center for extra-large items (7am to 11pm)
  • Gransta Cloak for large luggage (8:30am to 9pm)
  • 【More spots for coin lockers and baggage storage services】

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