Bringing the
old downtown to life.

Asia’s first subway began service between Ueno and Asakusa 90 years ago.
Today Ginza line stations in the shitamachi (old downtown) area are undergoing renewal.
Bringing the old downtown to life. Go, Metro!

Thinking bigger for safety.

To make the subway safer in the event of heavy rains, earthquakes, and power outages,
Tokyo Metro is taking its countermeasures against natural disasters even further.
We are working on providing more information during emergencies, installing fully watertight entrances,
and lots more measures to keep you safe and secure. Go, Metro!


More attentiveness, more safety.

To ensure safety on station platforms, we are working harder to reach out to passengers with special needs.
Platform doors are being installed in stations at a rapid pace,
and all Tokyo Metro station staff are doing more to help. Go Metro!


The future of the Hibiya Line is about to arrive.

New rolling stock being introduced on the Hibiya Line.
These new cars improve safety during travel and bring train standards in line with installation of platform doors.
Inside they offer Wi-Fi and 3-screen displays along with lots of other new features.
With our new 13000 Series trains, we’re rolling toward the future of Tokyo.


Get comfortable.

With improved benches, multi-functional
restrooms and more,
we’re launching
new efforts to make stations even more
comfortable and pleasant.


Your language
is aboard!

We've made Tokyo Metro even easier to understand.
International visitors can use Tokyo Metro comfortably and confidently. Go! Metro!


Platform Doors

We're introducing platform doors in all stations.
Tokyo Metro is doing all it can to reduce the number of passengers falls and contact with trains to zero.