Odakyu Electric Railway
The Odakyu Railways network covers a broad range of sightseeing spots accessible for foreign visitors after they arrive at Narita or Haneda airports and travel to central Tokyo. With Odakyu, you can enjoy Shinjuku, Japanís largest entertainment area; the beaches of Enoshima and the historic city of Kamakura; Tanzawa-Oyama, a famous hiking area in a beautiful natural setting; the Izu Peninsula, well known for its hot springs (onsen) and outdoor activities; Hakone, one of Japanís most famous hot springs areas; and Mount Fuji and the Fuji Five Lakes region. Odakyu Railways provides convenient access to all these places.
Nagoya Railroad Meitetsu extends a track of 445.4km, and its urban network runs through Aichi and Gifu prefecture. The railway network integrates the main line that links Nagoya, Gifu, and Toyohashi as well as the secondary lines that link Central Japan International Airport, the historic town of Inuyama, the industrial city Toyota which is famous for Toyota Motor Cars, and others.
KEIO Electric Railway
Keio Line from Shinjuku, and the Inokashira Line from Shibuya, through Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefectures over a total of 84.7km
Tokyo area railway line - Chichibu, Kawagoe, Seibuen, Toshimaen, Shinjuku-Ikebukuro