Tokyo Tourist Information Center Accesible Tourism efforts

Tokyo Tourist Information Center
Accesible Tourism efforts

Accessibility is the key word, and it's all about creating a travel experience that anyone can enjoy. It doesn't exclude the elderly, handicapped, or travelers with any range of difficulties related to mobility or communication. We want to give everyone access to a fun trip!

At the 5 Tokyo Tourist Information Center locations, as well as Japanese Prefectural Tourism Promotion Corner in the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, we provide tailored travel info to all visitors and always keep the concept of "accessible tourism" in mind. In addition to multi-lingual support, as well as a specific counter to assist those with unique needs, we consistently improve our service to give the most amount of people the most pleasant trip.

Our steps toward accessibility

Writing boards・Communication boards

We have an easy point and speak system that uses illustrations and screens, making for smooth communication beyond any possible language issues.

Writing boards Communication boards

Magnifying glasses・Cane holders

At the service counter we always have magnifying glasses for reading, as well as a place to put your cane while we help you. This makes it easier for our guests who use canes for any number of reasons.

Magnifying glasses Cane holders

A specific "accessible tourism" counter (Busta Shinjuku)

This counter has extensive information about the most accessible routes for people using either wheelchairs or strollers. You'll also find tablets with detailed information on accessible tourism in multiple languages. Reclining chairs are also available here.

A specific 'accessible tourism' counter Multilingual tablets

Items we loan out (Busta Shinjuku)

We have wheelchairs and strollers available for free to use during your time traveling in Tokyo.

strollers wheelchairs

Information Center Locations

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building

2-8-1 Nishi-shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, main bldg 1, 1st floor

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building

Busta Shinjuku

5-24-55 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal 3rd floor

Busta Shinjuku

Haneda Airport

2-6-5 Haneda Airport, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Haneda Airport Terminal 3 2nd floor

Haneda Airport

Keisei Ueno

1-60 Ueno-Koen, Taito-ku, Tokyo
In front of Keisei Ueno Station ticket gate

Keisei Ueno

Tama

3-1-1 Shibasakicho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo
ecute Tachikawa 3rd floor

Tama

Japanese Prefectural Tourism Promotion Corner

2-8-1 Nishi-shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, main bldg 1, 1st floor

Japanese Prefectural Tourism Promotion Corner

Online Tourist Guide

Our online services allow you to inquire with our Tokyo Tourist Information Center for all your travel needs. It is available for free, at home or otherwise. You can of course call, but texting service is also available for questions and any documents you would like to have shared. Please see here for more information.

Available Languages
Japanese, English, Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), Korean

Check here to contact now.

https://tokyo-tourist-online-guide.livecall.jp/?locale=en