Tickets (¥10 unit fares)
Tickets are sold at the ticket machines of all stations. Fares are ¥190, ¥260, ¥330, and ¥390 for adults and ¥100, ¥130, ¥170, and ¥200 for children.(Revised October 1, 2019)
IC Cards (¥1 unit fares)
Passengers with IC cards can use the automatic ticket gates. Fares deducted upon exit are ¥189, ¥251, ¥325, and ¥388 for adults and ¥94, ¥125, ¥162, and ¥194 for children.(Revised October 1, 2019)
Valid within two days from date of purchase
Twice the amount of a one-way ticket (there is no discount)
Breaking a journey
If you get off at any station along the route to your destination, your ticket will become invalid for the remaining journey and will be collected at the station exited. The fare for the remaining journey will not be refunded.
Traveling past destination, changing routes, returning to boarding station after traveling whole return journey without stopping off at any station
The difference between the actual route traveled and the ticket purchased will be charged as additional fare. No excess paid will be refunded.
Passengers riding the train back to the station at which they boarded the train without disembarking will be charged the regular return fare for the route traveled.
Refunds for passenger tickets are issued at the Shimbashi and Toyosu stations on the Yurikamome Line.
Refunds are limited to unused tickets that are prior to or within the validity period, and are issued after the appropriate handling fee has been deducted from the passenger ticket amount.
The handling fee is ¥190 for each regular single tickets and ¥220 for one-day passes.
Round-Trip Passenger Ticket Refunds
- Refunds will be issued for the fare of the unused stretch of valid return tickets whose outbound stretch has already been used, after deducting the ¥190 handling fee.
- Refunds will be issued for the fare equivalent to the remaining unused stretch of valid used tickets no longer required, after deducting the ¥190 handling fee.
Please see FAQ for more information.
Areas linked by Yurikamome
Takeshiba 〜 Shibaura・
Rainbow Bridge Area
Transformation of Shibaura from Sea and Freight Loading Area Since Edo Period