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Visit Tokyo: Most Popular Tourist Information Centers in Tokyo and Surroundings (September 2019 Ranking)

Visit Tokyo: Most Popular Tourist Information Centers in Tokyo and Surroundings (September 2019 Ranking)

Date published: 3 October 2019
Last updated: 8 October 2019

Here are the best Tourist Information Centers in Tokyo and Surroundings, with travel tips and more, according to LIVE JAPAN, a top-class travel website for visitors to Japan. Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in a given category.

For instance, KEIO NEKONOTE Baggage Service

, Atami Tourist Information Center, Kamakura City Tourist Information and other related spots will be listed. Be sure to check them out during your visit to Tokyo and Surroundings!

1.KEIO NEKONOTE Baggage Service

1.KEIO NEKONOTE Baggage Service

We offer temporary storage of luggage, including suitcases and souvenirs. You are free to access your bags as many times as you want, and you can leave large items that won't fit into coin lockers. You can maximize your time as you won't need to go to your hotel to drop off your luggage. Your baggage can also be sent to Haneda Airport for same-day flights and to Narita Airport for next-day flights.
Send your bulky souvenirs and luggage to the airport first so you can enjoy the sights on the last day of your visit. Your luggage can also be delivered anywhere in Japan.
For example, you could send your luggage on to your hotel in Kyoto so you can travel lightly.
You can utilize your time in Tokyo efficiently without worrying about your baggage. Enjoy sightseeing unencumbered both on your arrival date and departure date.

2.Atami Tourist Information Center

2.Atami Tourist Information Center

This center can provide you with all sorts of information, from info on accommodations in Atami and day-trip hot springs to a variety of famous sightseeing spots in both Atami and Izu, the entryway of the Izu Peninsula. Stop by and grab a map, some leaflets, and discount tickets before you go out sightseeing in Atami. You can also purchase a ticket for the Yu-Yu Bus, which has a route focusing on stops at the famous and historic spots of Atami City. The center is located inside the new building at Atami Station.

3.Kamakura City Tourist Information

3.Kamakura City Tourist Information

Kamakura—an ancient capital surrounded by the beautiful beaches and mountains. Just 60 minutes by train from central Tokyo, easy access is one of the reason this city attracts a lot of visitors.
A place beloved by both domestic and foreign guests for its refreshing air; historical shrines and temples; and its retro-modern atmosphere. Kamakura City Tourist Information Center is located at JR Kamakura Station East Exit, the entrance of Kamakura.
We are available to assist with various languages such as Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, French, Russian and others. We also offer information on popular hiking trails throughout the year; sell ”Kamakura Free Kankyo Tegata, ” a one- day pass covering ideal sightseeing routes; maps of entire Miura Peninsula.
Tablets have been set up for guests to research information. At the tourist information center, visitors can obtain the support they need and spend a comfortable time within the free space. We open every day except for the end of the year.

4.TOKYO TOURIST INFORMATION CENTER Yurakucho

4.TOKYO TOURIST INFORMATION CENTER Yurakucho

Have you decided how to spend your holiday in Japan?
Located inside JTB Travel Gate Yurakucho just outside the JR Yurakucho Station exit, Tokyo Tourist Information Center Yurakucho will make sure your trip in Japan is all the richer. JR Yurakucho Station is only one stop away and only a 10-minute walk from Tokyo Station, and the gateway to Ginza. Be sure to stop in after your shopping and dining in the area.
The center provides a variety of services, including arranging tours for overseas tourist complete with English-speaking guide of Fuji Hakone, Nikko and Kamakura; making reservations for affiliated hotels nationwide; booking tickets for public transportation like the Shinkansen bullet train to Kyoto; reserving tickets for Tokyo Disney Resort and Universal Studios Japan; and providing Japanese culture workshop plans such as tea ceremony and calligraphy. Visitors are welcome to use the center’s free Wi-Fi, and SIM cards are available for purchase here as well. What’s more, there is a performance of traditional Japanese dance held inside the shop several times a day.

5.Odakyu Sightseeing Service Center

5.Odakyu Sightseeing Service Center

Odakyu Sightseeing Service Center Shinjuku West is inside the above-ground concourse next to the Odakyu Shinjuku west exit ticket gates. Our staff can communicate in English, Chinese and Korean, so foreign tourists can use our services without worry.
As well as sales of travel products for the Hakone, Yugawara, Izu and Fuji area, our center also sells regular and limited express tickets for the Odakyu romance car, freepasses and tickets for various facilities, and offers services such as currency exchange and giving sightseeing and facility information.
At our luggage counter, we can store your suitcase or souvenirs for up to three days, and also do same-day luggage deliveries for your hotel in Shinjuku or the airport.
Come and visit when you're sightseeing in Shinjuku.

6.Honkawagoe Station Tourist Information Office

6.Honkawagoe Station Tourist Information Office

Honkawagoe Station Tourist Information Office provides information on sights to be seen in Koedo Kawagoe, directions to major sightseeing spots, information on various events, and maps and pamphlets.
Various foreign language materials are also available in English, Chinese, Korean, and many other languages.
The office is one of the locations providing free public wireless LAN service, “KAWAGOE FREE Wi-Fi,” by the city of Kawagoe.
Wheelchair rental services are also available.
The office handles lending procedures for “Kawagoe City Bicycle Sharing,” a bicycle rental service.

7.Restaurant Information Center by GURUNAVI

7.Restaurant Information Center by GURUNAVI

”What local cuisine should I try in the Ueno/Asakusa area?”
”Which restaurants allow strollers inside?”
”Are there restaurants that serve a late lunch?”
”I want to have a healthy meal with lots of vegetables.”

Our staff members can assist you in finding the restaurants that meet your various needs.
We can help with everything from checking on the availability of tables to making a dining reservation.

We can also help you to find tourist attractions in the Ueno/Asakusa area.
Please stop by if you are planning to explore the neighborhoods of Tokyo.

The Center also holds numerous events, such as a free origami workshop and a hands-on session to learn how to wear a yukata (casual summer kimono). Visit the Restaurant Information Center and take wonderful memories back home.

  • Restaurant Information Center by GURUNAVI
    • Address JR Ueno Station 1F, 7-1-1, Ueno, Taitou-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005
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    • Nearest Station Ueno Station (Hokkaido Shinkansen Line / Tohoku Shinkansen Line / Akita Shinkansen Line / Yamagata Shinkansen Line / Joetsu Shinkansen Line / Hokuriku Shinkansen Line / JR Keihin-Tohoku Line / JR Yamanote Line / JR Tohoku Main Line / JR Utsunomiya Line / JR Takasaki Line / JR Joban Line / JR Ueno Tokyo Line / Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)
      1 minute on foot
    • Phone Number 03-3842-2955

8.Shinjuku Tourist Information

8.Shinjuku Tourist Information

■Tourist information
Information for travelers including recommendations for dining, shopping, accommodation and events.
■Maps and brochures
About 300 different kinds of multilingual visitor brochures and maps are available.
■Tourist information search
A PC is available to help you search for sightseeing tips and other information.
Shinjuku Free Wi-Fi
A public wireless LAN service is available at Shinjuku Tourist Information for anyone wishing to connect to the Internet.
■ATM and currency exchange
An ATM that accepts cards issued outside of Japan with an automated currency exchange for 13 different currencies is available.
■Coin lockers
QR codes and IC cards are used with these lockers allowing you to store your luggage without the hassle of a conventional key.

  • Shinjuku Tourist Information
    • Address 3-37-2, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 160-0022
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    • Nearest Station Shinjuku Station (JR Shonan Shinjuku Line / JR Yamanote Line / JR Chuo Main Line / JR Saikyo Line / Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line / Toei Shinjuku Line / Toei Oedo Line / Keio Line / Keio New Line / Odakyu Odawara Line)
      1 minute on foot

9.Ota City Tourist Information Center

9.Ota City Tourist Information Center

We will introduce visitors to the allure of Ota City that can not be found in a tour guidebook.

We offer activities that allow visitors to experience Japanese culture, ranging from traditional Japanese customs which have been passed down since ancient times to trendy culture that serves as a symbol of modern Japan.

We have activities that require a fee and a reservation as follows,
* kimono wearing
* tea ceremony
* flower arrangement
* calligraphy
* manga creation.

Activities that are free of charge, walk in base.( no reservation required )
*Quick kimono try on
*easy Japanese lesson
*Origami making
*paper crafts

10.Kamakura City Tourist Association

10.Kamakura City Tourist Association

Kamakura, an ancient capital of samurai, it only takes 60 minutes by train from central Tokyo or Haneda airport.
Surrounded by mountains and the ocean, people can enjoy the city richly endowed with nature. We would love to fulfill demands of all visitors.
At the association office, you will find volunteer guides for foreign tourists ( reservations required ), Kamakura original souvenir, luggage keeping services room which accommodates various-sized luggage, such as suitcases, that does not fit in public lockers.
The office provides free Wi-Fi and is just a minute walk from the ticket gates of both JR Kamakura Station’s West Exit and the Enoshima Electric Railway’s Kamakura Station.

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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