Tokyo Station

The Yaechika Shopping Mall, one of the largest such malls in Japan, is directly connected to Tokyo Station. It contains about 180 shops, which include a rich assortment of approximately 60 different restaurants and cafes. Visitors can enjoy the latest Tokyo fashions as well as a wide selection of uniquely Japanese goods and other products.


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Enjoy having rich lunch with “Deluxe Sushi” in “Tsukiji Sushi Ko” which provides fancy wild tuna.

In “Tsukiji Sushi Ko,” you can eat fresh fish from the market. Lunchtime is more casual so in weekdays, businesspersons, in weekend, families and tourists come a lot and always busy and lively.

There are two types of the seats inside, counter seats and table seats. At the counter, customers can feel relaxed, and solo-customers are welcomed, and at the table seats, group customers can enjoy a fun time. All customers can see fresh and shiny fish in the display case.

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JR lines
Directly connected to the Yaesu Central Entrance, Yaesu South Entrance and Yaesu North Entrance of Tokyo Station.
Tokyo Metro Ginza and Tozai Lines,Toei Asakusa Line
Approximate. 6 min. on foot from exit A3, B1 or B3 of Nihombashi Station.
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
Approximate. 7 min. on foot from exit 8 of Kyobashi Station.
Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
Approximate. 15 min. on foot from exit B7 or B10 of Otemachi Station.
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
Approximate. 10 min. on foot from Tokyo Station.


By train from Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport)
Approximate. 25–45 min.: Haneda Airport Terminal 1 Stn. (Tokyo Monorail) Hamamatsucho Stn. → Tokyo Station.
By bus from Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport)
Approximate. 25–45 min.: Haneda Airport → Tokyo Station.
By train from Narita International Airport
Approximate. 60 min.: JR Narita Express (N’EX) to Tokyo Station.
Approximate. 90 min.: JR Airport Narita (rapid) to Tokyo Station.
Approximate. 90 min.: Narita Airport Stn.(Keisei Main Line) Nippori Stn. → Tokyo Station.
By bus from Narita International Airport
Approximate. 70 min.: Narita International Airport → Tokyo Station.


Yaechika Shopping Mall
Information Center

Please visit the information center for questions about getting around the shopping mall, advice on shopping/dining facilities, etc. Open 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

Travelex Foreign
Currency Exchange

One of Japan’s largest foreign currency exchange specialty shop chains, Travelex handles 33 different currencies. Open 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.


Japan Post Bank ATM:
Open 7:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m. on weekdays and Saturday, and 7:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m. on Sunday and national holidays.
Seven Bank ATM:
Open 7:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.

Tax-free Shops

Some of our shops offer tax exemption on purchases made by visitors from overseas.
Refer to the “TAX FREE” icons on the map to locate these shops.

Interpretation Service

We provide a telephone interpretation service to make our customers’ visits more enjoyable.

Tokyo Station
Yaesu Parking

The closest parking lot to Tokyo Station. Operates 24 hours a day year-round.

Post Office

The post office offers domestic and international postal delivery as well as airmail and other such services (Sotobori Chika 3rd Street).

Coin Lockers

Coin lockers (usable for a fee) are available in five locations throughout the shopping mall.

Airport Bus

At Yaesu side of JR Tokyo station, Highway buses bound for Narita Airport or Haneda Airport leave. Before departure or after arrival, please visit Yaesu Shopping Mall.

Access to the internet at Yae-Chika.

Free Wi-Fi is available at Yaechika Shopping Mall (Yae-Chika).
Please choose “.Yaechika_Free.Wi-Fi” from the network list within the area.