- Ticket Machine
- Fare Adjustment Office
- Station Office
- Coin Lockers
- Multi-function Restrooms
You can take elevators between the street and ticket gate levels and between the ticket gate level and the platforms.
Each ticket machine and fare adjustment machine is equipped with a monitor and intercom. Guidance is also available through text and image as well as audio.
Braille Panels・Audio Guide
There are audio guides on the ticket gate and platform levels. Station and restroom maps, and fare adjustment offices are equipped with Braille panels and audio guides.
Station Numbering / Displays in 4 Languages
For ease of understanding, especially by foreign visitors, route and station names are displayed in Roman alphabet and numerals. All important information is displayed in 4 languages.
Stations are equipped with male, female, and gender-inclusive restrooms. "Gender-inclusive restrooms" can be used by seniors, passengers in wheelchairs, persons living with an ostomy, and the general public.
Alternating crabs and stripes pattern
This pattern combines peaked stripes with crabs in the form of peony flowers. Unlike the "Crab Peony" pattern that represents crabs as peony petals, this design allows the viewer to see the shapes as both peonies and crabs.
This design is thought to be auspicious with the combination of two elements, the peony symbolizing wealth and the crab shell, which is said to protect against evil.
Station interior and exterior photos
This section explains the alternate routes available during suspension of Yurikamome Line train service.
- ※"Time required" does not include the time taken to transfer or connect between modes of transportation.
- ※Please make note of our service hours.
- ※Bus routes are subject to change depending on circumstances.
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※The information provided here is based on public announcements by Tokyo City as of August 1, 2018.
Areas linked by Yurikamome
Takeshiba 〜 Shibaura・
Rainbow Bridge Area
Transformation of Shibaura from Sea and Freight Loading Area Since Edo Period