Tokyo Metro (formerly known as Eidan) is one of Tokyo's two subway operators. It runs nine of the metropolis' thirteen subway lines, while Toei operates the other four.
While the nine Tokyo Metro lines provide access to many of Tokyo's city centers and tourist attractions, they alone do not provide the perfect solution for getting around Tokyo. Instead, they are best used in combination with the Toei subway lines and the urban JR lines, especially the JR Yamanote Line.
Simplified Network Map of Tokyo Metro
Click on a subway line name to highlight a single line:
To provide more convenient connections between the suburbs and the city center, several Tokyo Metro lines provide through service onto other companies' railway lines rather than terminating at their final stations:
- Hibiya Line: to Tobu Isesaki Line and Tokyu Toyoko Line
- Tozai Line: to JR Sobu Line, Toyo Rapid Railway and JR Chuo Line
- Chiyoda Line: to JR Joban Line and Odakyu Railway
- Yurakucho Line: to Tobu Tojo Line and Seibu Ikebukuro Line
- Hanzomon Line: to Tokyu Denentoshi Line and Tobu Isesaki Line
- Nanboku Line: to Tokyu Meguro Line and Saitama Rapid Railway
- Fukutoshin Line: to Tobu Tojo Line, Seibu Ikebukuro Line and Tokyu Toyoko Line
Tokyo Metro fares range from 170 to 320 yen depending on how far you travel. A one day pass for unlimited use of Tokyo Metro on one calendar day is available for 600 yen. For more information about day passes available in Tokyo, check our Tokyo orientation page.