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Tokyo Metro 24-hour Ticket
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17 July 2016 19:02


Firstly, if you have bought the Tokyo Metro 1-Day Ticket(1-Day Ticket) and haven't used it yet, you need to exchange your 1-Day Ticket for the Tokyo Metro 24-Hour Ticket(24-Hour Ticket) at ticket counters from March 26th 2016 to September 30th 2016.

Since the 1-Day ticket has been ceased on 25th March, 2016, it's been replaced by 24-Hour Ticket.



The 24-Hour Ticket offers you unlimited ride on Tokyo Metro Lines in 24-Hour. 

There are kinds of 24-Hour Ticket:

- Same-Day Ticket
You can buy one at ticket machines in the Tokyo Metro train stations. It is valid starting from the time you purchased and will be expired after 24 hours. The day of purchase is included.

- Purchase in Advance Ticket
You can buy one at Tokyo Metro ticket counters. This kind of tickets will be valid automatically since you used it for the first time and will be expired after 24 hours. The day of purchase is included.

The costs of both kinds of ticket are the same, 600 yen for adults, 300 yen for children.

If you would like to have further information, please visit the Tokyo Metro website: tokyometro.jp


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