Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal
The largest bus terminal in Japan
In April 2016, the new bus terminal and commercial facilities have opened
in front of the South Exit of JR Shinjuku station.
Considerable numbers of the coaches and the airport buses started to depart
from this new terminal.
To reach Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal, New South Gate is the most convenient,
although it is also
accessible from Miraina Tower Gate or Koshu-kaido Gate.
From South Exit, it is accessible from Koshu-Kaido Gate across the pedestrian
crossing in front of the ticket gate.
It takes about130 minutes to Narita International Airport and 40 minutes
to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda),
from the Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal. However, when the road is congested
it may take twice as long.
$B!!(BThe list of served destinations of highway buses from this bus terminal.
(L) The departure floor is located on the fourth floor of building.
(R) A ticketing counter
(L) Automatic ticketing machines (R) Information desk
(L) A place guidance (R) A riding position and display of departure time
The third floor designated for taxis and fourth floor for highway buses.
(L) The South Exit of JR lines is directly connected to the highway bus
(R) Rosemarys, a smokefree restaurant is in the bus terminal.
(L) Newoman at the south gate of JR Shinjuku Station (R) Shinjuku station
and department store, Takashimaya
All railway trains of JR-East are completely smoke-free.
$B!!(BNarita Airport-City Rail Service
$B!!(BJapanese high-speed train 'Hayabusa'
$B!!(BJapanese high-speed train 'Super-Komachi'
$B!z(BThis Web site is link-free.
This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
This article was written and photography was taken in April 2016,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.
Domestic Travel in Japan