Regular Tickets/Coupon Tickets
On sale at all stations. Regular Tickets cost 170 yen, 200 yen, 250 yen, 290 yen, and 320 yen depending on the distance traveled. If you travel the same distance frequently, save by buying Coupon Tickets.
Tickets are sold at ticket vending machines found at every Tokyo Metro station.
Tickets are available in denominations of 170 yen, 200 yen, 250 yen, 290 yen, and 320 yen. Select the fare based on the distance you will travel.
Fares depend on the distance you will travel.
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||
|When You’re Lost Your Ticket||
Tokyo Metro has three types of Coupon Tickets to meet passengers' needs. Coupon Tickets can be used at any Tokyo Metro station.
Restrictions apply on its usage and on the number of tickets you can obtain.
|Types of Coupon Tickets||
The price for a pack of Coupon Tickets is equivalent to the price of 10 Regular Tickets. For example, a set of Coupon Tickets for the 170 yen section is 1,700 yen.
* Note: Fares for the special section between Ayase and Kita-senju on the Chiyoda Line is 1,400 yen (700 yen for children).
|Where to Buy||
Three months from the time of purchase
When you have not used any of the Coupon Tickets and they are still valid:
You can receive a refund for the cost of the Coupon Tickets, minus a 220 yen handling fee.
When you no longer need your valid Coupon Tickets after you start to use them:
You can receive a refund, minus the Regular Ticket fare for each used ticket and a 220 yen handling fee.
Example: Returning a 1,700 yen pack of Coupon Tickets of which five have been used.
Refund amount = 1,700 yen − (170 yen × 5 + 220 yen) = 630 yen
|Traveling Further than Your Fare Allows||
When transferring between trains, be sure to use the orange ticket gates and to complete your transfer within 60 minutes.