Exploring Tokyo and Environs by Rail

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Exploring Tokyo and Environs by Rail

Why limit railway trips to moving from A to B, the Odakyu Group asked themselves and started selling four types of rail day trips as a joined Odakyu Electric Railway Co Ltd, UDS Ltd and ELLISTA Inc product. 

Now travellers can enjoy tourists attractions located in the vicinity of Odakyu lines. Odakyu Electric Railway Co Ltd is the main Japanese railway operator headquartered in Tokyo. Directly, it operates three lines: Odawara Line, Enoshima Line and Tama Line.

The attractions one can visit on a tour include Yoyogi Uehara near Shinjuku and Shibuya, both located in downtown Tokyo; Shimokitazawa, an entertainment and commercial district in Setagaya, Tokyo, also known for youth's subculture; Mount Oyama, a part of Tanzawa-Oyama Quasi National Park and a popular sightseeing spot in Kanagawa Prefecture; Odawara, where Hakone hot spring resort area is located as well as Fuji Hakone Izu National Park and a station of the Tokaido Shinkansen bullet train line.

The day tours will include complimentary comments in English and a return ticket, too. While those willing to join any of these day tours should make an advanced reservation, there is no problem to tailor-make similar trips all by yourself. Buy your railway ticket, take your bagpack and go exploring!



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