Free Wi-Fi is available at 210 subway stations in Tokyo.
You can also find stations with Free Wi-Fi by using the “Tokyo Subway Navigation for Tourists” app.
How to Connect
Select the “Metro_Free_Wi-Fi” or “Toei_Subway_Free_Wi-Fi” SSID on your laptop or smart device.
Launch your web browser.
Follow the instructions on the screen (you will be required to register your email address), and you will be connected to the internet. You will be able to use the internet for up to 3 hours each time you log in.
Target stations of free Wi-Fi
Available in all Tokyo Metro stations (Ginza Line/Marunouchi Line/Hibiya Line/Tozai Line/Chiyoda Line/Yurakucho Line/Hanzomon Line/Namboku Line/Fukutoshin Line).
*Except Kita-senju Station of Hibiya Line, Wakoshi Station of Yurakucho Line, Meguro Station of Namboku Line, and Shibuya Station of Fukutoshin Line.
It is available in the following stations of Toei Subway (Asakusa Line/Mita Line/Shinjuku Line/Oedo Line):
- Asakusa Line (8 stations):
Daimon, Shimbashi, Higashiginza, Nihombashi, Ningyocho, Higashi-Nihombashi, Asakusa, and Asakusabashi
- Mita Line (5 stations):
Hibiya, Otemachi, Jimbocho, Kasuga, and Sugamo
- Shinjuku Line (6 stations):
Shinjuku-sanchome, Ichigaya, Kudanshita, Jimbocho, Iwamotocho, and Bakuro-yokoyama
- Oedo Line (16 stations):
Shinjuku, Tochomae, Shinjuku-nishiguchi, Higashi-shinjuku, Iidabashi, Kasuga, Ueno-okachimachi, Kiyosumi-shirakawa, Monzen-nakacho, Tsukishima, Tsukijishijo, Shiodome, Daimon, Azabu-juban, Roppongi, and Aoyama-itchome