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  • * 2-minute walk from Shin-Nihombashi Station(Exit 8)
    (JR Sobu Kaisoku Line)
  • * 7-minute walk from Kanda Station(South Exit)
    (JR Yamanote Line)
  • * 5-minute walk from Kodenmacho Station(Exit 4)
    (Hibiya Line)
  • * 6-minute walk from Mitsukoshi-mae Station(Exit A10)
    (Ginza Line)

Location Map

Tokyu Stay Nihombashi
Nihombashi-honcho 4-7-9, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0023



To Akihabara 2minutes

Take the Tokyo Metoro Hibiya Line
from Kodenmacho Station

To Tokyo 3minutes

Take the JR Sobu Line from
Shin-nihombashi Station

To Ginza 5minutes

Take the Tokyo Metoro Ginza Line
from Mitsukoshi-mae Station

* The times required are for normal daytime hours, not including transfers or waiting time. Also, they may vary depending on the time of day.


  • Nihonbashi Bridge

  • Nihonbashi Bridge
  • Nihombashi is a bridge that was the terminus for 5 old roads, the Tokaido, Nakasendo, Koshu Kaido, Nikko Kaido and Oshu Kaido.
  • COREDO Nihonbashi

  • COREDO Nihonbashi
  • Based on the image of a ship’s sail, COREDO Nihombashi stands out. The lower floors have a variety of specialty shops and restaurants.
  • Bank of Japan

  • Bank of Japan
  • Built in 1896, the Bank of Japan operates as the only central bank. Reservations are necessary, but tours of the building and the old vault are available, with displays provided.
  • Tokyo Station

  • Tokyo Station
  • Built in 1903, this red brick building was designed by Tatsuno Kingo. The number of trains passing through here is the greatest in Japan, making it one of Japan’s biggest train stations.

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