I am a Japanese living in Japan. On this page, you will find a 2 minutes route from the Yamanote Line inner tracks platform of Tokyo Station to the Marunouchi North Exit using the elevator.
Wheelchairs, stroller users, and people with lots of luggage! Completely barrier-free!
The station attracts a lot of people. Get out as fast as you can!
1．What car and what door should I use to get to the Marunouchi North Exit in 2 minutes?
The first car of the Yamanote Line inner tracks train is No.11, so car No.9 is the third car from the front.
Check the platform door before you get on the train and move!
If you get lost on the platform where you got off, look for door No.4 of car No.9 on the platform door. If you start from there, you can get there without getting lost.
Look for door No.4 of car No.9 on the platform door of platform No.4, which has one green line. Please do not make a mistake.
2．View of Marunouchi North Exit from above
The Marunouchi North Exit we are aiming for is the is marked with the red circle. Use the 6 elevator to get there.
Let’s zoom in on the map below to see the location. You should be able to get a vague idea of the location here. Tap the icon to see the explanation in English.
Diagram of Tokyo Station
Inner tracks : Orange line. Trains enter the station from South and stop at 2F, platform No. 4.
The red numbers indicate the location of the stairs, escalators, and elevators on platform No.4, where the inner track trains stop. They match the red numbers on the platform map shown next.
If the Marunouchi North Exit is not included in the map, try lowering the magnification.
3．About the elevator to use
This is a guide to the elevator you will use. Yamanote line inner tracks trains stop at 2F, platform No. 4.
First, look for door No.4 of car No.9 on the guide map below. The elevator you will be using is located at 6.
2F Yamanote Line inner tracks platform No. 4＜magnified view＞
In the platform map above, the direction of travel is on the left, so after getting off the train, you should go forward (right) which is the direction of travel.
You can use the magnified view to display the platform map vertically in a larger size.
If you point the top of the screen in the direction the train is going, it will stop at the station in the same way, so it’s easy to visualize. door No.4 of car No.9. Don’t forget ^^.
4．Wheelchair-accessible, fully barrier-free route guidance
Let’s look at the main part of this page, the route.
The red line is the route from the 6 elevator to the Marunouchi North Exit in 2 minutes. The distance is about 70m. Moving from the 2F Yamanote line outer tracks platform to the 1F.
Tap the icon to see the explanation in English.
The inner trains enter the station from the north, so the upper part of the map is Yurakucho, one stop previous, and the lower part is Kanda, the next stop.
This map also shows where the stations before and after and Tokyo Station are on the Yamanote Line map if you keep decreasing the magnification.
5．Explanation of how long it will take to travel
The distance from the 6 elevator to the Marunouchi North Exit is about 70m.
The time taken is calculated at a slightly slowly of 50m per minute, and any remainder is rounded up to the nearest minute.
From 6 elevator to the Marunouchi North Exit
(50m x 1 min) + 20m
So, I rounded up to 2 minutes.
This does not consider the waiting time for elevators along the way, so please allow a little extra time if you have it.
In this article, I showed you how to get from the Yamanote Line’s inner tracks platform to the Marunouchi North Exit using the elevator.
The contents of this page are summarized below.
- This time, use door No. 4 or door No. 3 on the left side of car No. 9.
- The first car of the Yamanote line inner tracks train is No.11, so car No.9 is the third car from the front.
- Check the platform door before you get on the train and move!
- Using the elevator on the right as soon as you get off the train.
- After that, just follow the red line on the route guide.
- The time required is about 2 minutes. If you have time, please act with a little extra time^^.
I sincerely hope that you can escape from the station quickly.
The stations on the Yamanote Line are constantly undergoing improvements and changes. There is a good chance that the information provided here may be outdated.
When this happens, “Oh, this is the way I used to go these days…” Please go easy on me.
If you have an important appointment, please don’t trust this site, but check directly with the station. ^^;
This was the “Yamanote Line Pata Pata Transfer Guide“.
Other information about the Marunouchi North Exit.
If you want to head out another way, click here.
Outer tracks [by escalator]
How to get to the Marunouchi North Exit in 1 minute
Outer tracks [by wheelchair-accessible]
How to get to the Marunouchi North Exit in 2 minutes
Inner tracks [by stairs]
How to get to the Marunouchi North Exit in 1 minute
Inner tracks [by wheelchair-accessible]
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