Tickets are sold at ticket vending machines found at every Tokyo Metro station. Tickets are available in denominations of 170 yen, 200 yen, 240 yen, 280 yen and 310 yen. Select the fare based on the distance you will travel.
- Where to Buy
- Valid Period
- Fares for Specific Intervals
- Traveling Further than Your Fare Allows/Transferring Trains
- When You've Lost Your Ticket
Fares depend on the distance you will travel.
|Regular Ticket Fares
(10 yen units)
|IC Card Fares
(1 yen units)
|1km - 6km||170 yen (Child: 90 yen)||165 yen (Child: 82 yen)|
|7km - 11km||200 yen (Child: 100 yen)||195 yen (Child: 97 yen)|
|12km - 19km||240 yen (Child: 120 yen)||237 yen (Child: 118 yen)|
|20km - 27km||280 yen (Child: 140 yen)||278 yen (Child: 139 yen)|
|28km - 40km||310 yen (Child: 160 yen)||308 yen (Child: 154 yen)|
Please click the link below for more information about using IC cards.
You can confirm your fare using the Tokyo Metro Transfer Planner:
Where to Buy
Ticket vending machines found at every Tokyo Metro station.
Valid only on the day of purchase.
Fares for Specific Intervals
Ayase - Kita-senju on the Chiyoda Line: 140 yen (Child: 70 yen)
Toei Subway tickets may also be used when traveling between Meguro and Shirokane-takanawa Stations on the Namboku Line.
Refunds are only possible with valid tickets that have not yet been used. You will be charged a 170 yen handling fee (220 yen when transferring to/from other companies’ trains) to process your refund.
Traveling Further than Your Fare Allows/Transferring Trains
- If the fare on your ticket is less than that for the distance you traveled, you will be required to pay the difference.
- Refunds are not given for tickets valued higher than the fare for the distance traveled.
- Regular Tickets become invalid upon exiting the ticket gate.
When transferring between trains, be sure to use the orange ticket gates and to complete your transfer within 30 minutes.
|Ueno||Ginza and Hibiya Lines|
|Mitsukoshimae||Ginza and Hanzomon Lines|
|Ikebukuro||Marunouchi, Fukutoshin and Yurakucho Lines|
|Iidabashi||Tozai, Yurakucho and Namboku Lines|
|Kudanshita||Tozai and Hanzomon Lines|
||Hibiya, Chiyoda and Yurakucho Lines|
||Marunouchi and Chiyoda Lines|
||Ginza and Hibiya Lines|
|Shibuya||Ginza and Fukutoshin Lines|
|Shinjuku-sanchome||Marunouchi and Fukutoshin Lines|
When You've Lost Your Ticket
- You will be charged the fare from the station at which you boarded the train. (If you do not know where you boarded, you will be charged the fare from the terminus.)
- Purchase a replacement ticket at the station you arrived and ask a station attendant for a proof-of-payment receipt (sai-shuuju shomeisho).
- If your ticket is found, present the ticket along with your proof-of-payment receipt when requesting a refund.
- You will receive a refund for the price of a new ticket, minus a 170 yen handling fee (220 yen when transferring to/from other companies' trains).
- The proof-of-payment receipt is valid for one year.