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Underground Sounds
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Did you know that each station
stop along Tokyo’s looping
Yamanote train line plays its own
unique departure melody? On this
interactive map, listen to a few
of the stops’ jingles and read
a quick recommendation of
what to discover at each one.

Click or scroll to discover

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shibuya shibuya

One of the busiest intersections in Tokyo, Shibuya Crossing is featured in movies like Lost in Translation. Follow in actress Scarlett Johansson’s footsteps though the bustling area, then head to Center Gai Street to do some souvenir shopping at the giant Loft Shibuya.

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harajuku harajuku

Get inspired by new fashion trends or hunt for vintage clothing on funky Takeshita Street, one of Tokyo’s most famous pedestrian-only shopping meccas — and a quick walk from the station.

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shimbashi shimbashi

When you hear the rising melody, exit and head over to the traditional teahouse in the gracious Hamarikyu Gardens to enjoy a cup of matcha. Then window shop in stylish Ginza, also home to the new Muji flagship store, a Utopia for design lovers.

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tokyo tokyo

Hop off and head to Nemuro Hanamaru for some silly and delicious fun (also known as conveyor belt sushi). Then stroll through the East Gardens at the nearby Imperial Palace, the main residence of the emperor of Japan.

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akihabara akihabara

A chirping subway melody ushers you into this central district known best as a mecca for video game lovers who frequent the arcades, along with shops devoted to Japanese animation (aka anime) and the style of Japanese comic books known as manga.

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shinjuku shinjuku

Once the sun sets, walk a few minutes from the station to explore the Golden Gai neighborhood. With its narrow lanes and tiny two-story buildings, the area has remained relatively intact since the early 20th century. Known for its hipster nightlife scene, it draws an eclectic mix of actors, writers and musicians.

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Underground Sounds

Did you know that each station stop along
Tokyo’s looping Yamanote train line plays
its own unique departure melody? On this
interactive map, listen to a few of the
stops’ jingles and read a quick
recommendation of what to
discover at each one.

Click on the dark blue rectangles
to explore the station sounds.

shibuya shibuya

One of the busiest intersections in Tokyo,
Shibuya Crossing is featured in movies like
Lost in Translation. Follow in actress Scarlett
Johansson’s footsteps though the bustling area,
then head to Center Gai Street to do some
souvenir shopping at the giant Loft Shibuya.

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shinjuku shinjuku

Once the sun sets, walk a few minutes
from the station to explore the Golden Gai
neighborhood. With its narrow lanes and tiny
two-story buildings, the area has remained
relatively intact since the early 20th
century. Known for its hipster nightlife
scene, it draws an eclectic mix
of actors, writers and musicians.

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harajuku harajuku

Get inspired by new fashion
trends or hunt for vintage clothing
on funky Takeshita Street, one of
Tokyo’s most famous pedestrian-only
shopping meccas — and a quick walk
from the station.

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shimbashi shimbashi

When you hear the rising melody,
exit and head over to the traditional
teahouse in the gracious Hamarikyu
Gardens to enjoy a cup of matcha. Then
window shop in stylish Ginza, also
home to the new Muji flagship store,
a Utopia for design lovers.

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tokyo tokyo

Hop off and head to Nemuro Hanamaru
for some silly and delicious fun
(also known as conveyor belt sushi).
Then stroll through the East Gardens at
the nearby Imperial Palace, the main
residence of the emperor of Japan.

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XXakihabaraXX akihabara

A chirping subway melody ushers you
into this central district known best
as a mecca for video game lovers who
frequent the arcades, along with shops
devoted to Japanese animation (aka anime)
and the style of Japanese comic
books known as manga.

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