The One Day Pass, which allows unlimited rides on the Toei Subway all day long, is now on sale. This pass allows unlimited rides on all Toei Subway lines except for Tokyo Bus, Toden, and Nippori/Toneri Liner, and discounts are available at stores along the lines.
If you have a PASMO, you can add the One-Day Pass function to your PASMO. Furthermore, the One-Day Pass will be available during the 2020 year-end and New Year holidays, so why not use it for traditional year-end and New Year events such as Hatsumode?
Amount on sale
Adult: 500 yen / Child: 250 yen
A separate deposit of 500 yen is required when purchased with a PASMO.
Time for Sale and Use
Saturday, December 12, 2020 – Sunday, January 17, 2021
Available for purchase and use only on Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays.
December 28 (Mon.), 29 (Tue.), 30 (Wed.), and 31 (Thu.), 2020 are also available for purchase and use as the year-end and New Year period.
Period of validity
One day (on the day of purchase)
There are no advance tickets available, only for purchase and use on the day of purchase.
Place of sale
Toei Subway stations (except Oshiage, Meguro, Shirokanedai, Shirokane-Takanawa, and Shinjuku stations on the Shinjuku Line)
If you purchase a Toei Subway One-Day Pass, you can receive discounts at stores along the subway line.
For more information, please visit the website of the “Chikatoku” benefit service.
What is the Toei Subway One-Day Pass?
The Toei Subway One-Day Pass is a limited-time ticket sold by the Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau that allows unlimited rides on all Toei Subway lines for one day. The pass is available only on weekends and national holidays, but it may be useful if you want to spend the whole day sightseeing in Tokyo.
The pass is sold only four times a year, in spring, summer, autumn, and winter, and the spring pass period always includes the Golden Week holidays. If you have a PASMO, you can add the One-Day Pass function to your PASMO.
Here are some tips for using the One Day Pass.
The first ride on the Toei Subway costs 180 yen, so if you need to ride more than three times, the One Day Pass is recommended.
However, if you travel more than 10 kilometers one way, the fare will be more than 270 yen, so even for a simple round trip, using the One Day Pass is a good deal.
In addition: What if I want to use Toei Bus and Toden as well?
The Toei Subway One-Day Pass does not allow you to use the Toei Bus or Toden. If you want to use the Toei Bus and Toden as well, the Toei Marugoto Ticket is recommended. It is also a one-day pass, but in addition to the Toei Subway, you can ride unlimitedly on Toei Buses, Toden, and the Nippori/Toneri Liner.
For more details, please refer to the Toei Marugoto Ticket website.
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