Yamanote Line

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A man reading inside a small restaurant in Shinjuku, Tokyo

Shinjuku

You better lose yourself.

Tabata Station

Tabata

Get inked and bring home a part of Tokyo’s historically artsy neighborhood.

Tamachi Station

Tamachi

Slurp some soba in central Tokyo.

A view from the tracks. Shimbashi, Tokyo.

Shimbashi

Brilliantly bayside with access points to the best of Tokyo.

Tokyo Station

From Hokkaido to Kyushu, travelers can get pretty much anywhere from Tokyo station.

Otsuka

Ikebukuro’s quiet backstreets offer a convenient respite accented with warm sake.

Shinagawa

A travel hub with a split personality and easy access to both Tokyo airports.

Osaki Station

Urban sprawl has never looked so elegant.

Okachimachi

Okachimachi means no disrespect.

Nishi-Nippori

Time to reflect: Discovering the quieter side of the Yamanote line stops.

Yurakucho

Yurakucho

Yurakucho (literally translating to “there is fun in this town”) is not kidding around when it comes to the namesake.