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Tokyo Subway Ticket

24-hour : $8.00(Adult) / $4.00(Child)
48-hour : $12.00(Adult) / $6.00(Child)
72-hour : $15.00(Adult) / $7.50(Child)


Ticket Features

・Unlimited rides on both Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway.
・All 9 lines, 180 stations in Tokyo Metro and 4 lines, 106 stations in Toei Subway are covered by a single ticket.
・Covers almost all major tourist spots in Tokyo, such as Shibuya, Asakusa, Harajuku, Ginza, Roppongi, Tsukiji, Ueno, Akihabara, and more!
・Many stations are conveniently connected and share the station with other transportation such as bullet train, JR train, Monorail, trains operated by Private train companies and more.
・Valid for 24, 48, or 72 hours from the time you start using.


Purchase Eligibility

・Anyone who enters Japan with the status ‘Temporary Visitor ‘ which is an authorization for people visiting Japan for tourism and staying for less than 90 days.
・Temporary Visitor stamp or sticker has to be placed on one’s passport.


・Temporary Visitors stamps or stickers may not be placed on your passport if you use an automated immigration gate. Please ask an officer for a stamp or sticker before you leave immigration room.

How to purchase and use the ticket


Select product and make an order from our website


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Exchange your voucher with tickets at a ticket vending machine located at major Tokyo Metro or Toei subway stations

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Receive your Ticket


Use your ticket during your chosen valid period

* Voucher will be delivered by email.

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24-Hour Ticket Price


(12 Years or older)



(6 to 11 years old)



(0 to 5 years old)



48-hour ticket Price


(12 Years or older)



(6 to 11 years old)



(0 to 5 years old)


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72-hour ticket Price


(12 Years or older)



(6 to 11 years old)



(0 to 5 years old)


Payment Due

Payment is due upon confirmation.
Voucher will be issued and delivered by email after payment.

Cancellation Policy

Please note that these subway products are non-refundable and cannot be canceled once ordered.

Stations to Exchange Voucher

Please click HERE for a list of all locations where you can receive the ticket.
Please be aware that not all Tokyo Metro or Toei Subway stations are included.


How to Receive the Ticket

① Find a ticket vending machine that shows the " Pick up your ticket " symbol with QR code on its main screen.
② Touch the "QR code" button.
③ Scan the QR code on your voucher and the machine will issue a ticket.
Please see the link HERE for detail.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is a Tokyo Subway Ticket?

A: It is a ticket that allows you to ride all subway lines in Tokyo that are operated by Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway for your chosen valid period.

Q : Is it cheaper to buy the 24, 48, 78-hour ticket compared to a regular ticket?

A: It depends on how much you use the subway during the validity period.  Subway ride costs about $1.5 to $2 per ride, so if you use it at least 4 to 5 times in 24 hours or 8 to 9 times in 72 hours, it would be worth buying it.

Q : Is it better than Suica or PASMO?

A : While both Tokyo Subway Ticket and Suica or PASMO give you convenience of ticket less rides, Suica and PASMO do not offer discounted fares. If you ride the subway many times and want to have some discounts, Tokyo Subway Ticket would provide you a great value with convenience.

Q: How do I know exactly what time my ticket expires?

A: The time you start using is stamped on the back of the ticket.


Q: My ticket will expire soon, can I still use it?

A: As long as you insert your ticket into the automatic ticket gate before the expiration time, you can ride to your destination station. If you need to transfer between Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway, be sure to go through "Orange colored ticket gates” within 60min for the transfer, so you can continue your ride even after the valid period. Some stations within Tokyo Metro lines also require to exit from a gate and enter from another gate for transfer from a line to another, be sure to use the orange ticket gates for the transfer.

Q: Can I take a ride on the subway or Metro line that runs beyond the covered area where it is owned by private train companies?


A: Some lines are connected with lines owned by private train companies, and conduct mutual extension operations. When you get off the train, show your pass to station staff and pay for the portion not covered by the subway ticket. 

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