Tokyo Express , Imperial Japanese Navy re-supply trips done by warships during World War II.
Tokyo Express may also refer to:
A private railway is a railroad run by a private business entity, as opposed to a railroad run by a public sector.
The East Japan Railway Company is a major passenger railway company in Japan and is the largest of the seven Japan Railways Group companies. The company name is officially abbreviated as JR-EAST or JR East in English, and as JR Higashi-Nihon in Japanese. The company's headquarters are in Yoyogi, Shibuya, Tokyo, and next to Shinjuku Station. It is listed in the Tokyo Stock Exchange, is a constituent of the TOPIX Large70 index, and is also one of the three only Japan Railways Group constituents of the Nikkei 225 index, the other being JR Central and JR West.
All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. is an airline of Japan. Headquartered in Minato, Tokyo, ANA operates services to both domestic and international destinations and had more than 20,000 employees as of March 2016.
Tokyo Station, also sometimes referred to as Tokyo Central Station, is a railway station in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. The original station is located in Chiyoda's Marunouchi business district near the Imperial Palace grounds. The newer Eastern extension is not far from the Ginza commercial district. Due to the large area covered by the station, it is divided into the Marunouchi (west) and Yaesu (east) sides in its directional signage.
Akihabara Station is a railway station in Tokyo's Chiyoda ward. It is at the center of the Akihabara shopping district specializing in electronic goods.
The Tokyu Corporation is a Japanese multinational keiretsu (conglomerate) holding company headquartered in Shibuya, Tokyo. Its main operation is the Tokyu Railways Company, Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary operating railways in the Greater Tokyo Area.
The Odakyu Electric Railway Company, Ltd., commonly known as Odakyū or Odawara Kyuko, is a major railway company based in Tokyo, Japan, best known for its Romancecar series of limited express trains from Tokyo to Odawara, Enoshima, Tama New Town, and Hakone.
The Minatomirai 21 Line, commonly known as the Minatomirai Line, is a subway line in Yokohama, Japan that runs from Yokohama Station to Motomachi-Chūkagai Station through the Minatomirai 21 business district. The line opened in 2004 and is operated by the Yokohama Minatomirai Railway Company.
The Tsukuba Express, or TX, is a Japanese railway line operated by the third-sector company Metropolitan Intercity Railway Company, which links Akihabara Station in Chiyoda, Tokyo and Tsukuba Station in Tsukuba, Ibaraki. The route was inaugurated on 24 August 2005.
The Keio Inokashira Line is a railway line operated by the Japanese private railway operator Keio Corporation in the western suburbs of Tokyo, connecting Shibuya in Tokyo with Kichijōji in Musashino City. It is not physically connected to the Keio Main Line Network, but a transfer is available at Meidaimae Station. This line is 1,067 mm gauge, unlike other Keio lines which are 1,372 mm gauge.
Shinbashi (新橋), sometimes transliterated Shimbashi, is a district of Minato, Tokyo, Japan.
Rail transport in Japan is a major means of passenger transport, especially for mass and high-speed travel between major cities and for commuter transport in urban areas. It is used relatively little for freight transport, accounting for just 0.84% of goods movement. The privatised network is highly efficient, requiring few subsidies and running with extreme punctuality, though since privatisation several unprofitable but socially valuable lines have been closed by private operators.
The transport network in Greater Tokyo includes public and private rail and highway networks; airports for international, domestic, and general aviation; buses; motorcycle delivery services, walking, bicycling, and commercial shipping. While the nexus is in the central part of Tokyo, every part of the Greater Tokyo Area has rail or road transport services. There are also a number of ports offering sea and air transport to the general public.
Kita-Senju Station is a major interchange railway station in the Senju district of Adachi, Tokyo, Japan. Kita-Senju is the third-busiest station on the Tokyo Metro network, after Ikebukuro and Otemachi. It is the tenth-busiest JR East station.
The Odakyu Tama Line is a railway line operated by the private railway operator Odakyu Electric Railway in the Greater Tokyo of Japan. The line extends 10.6 kilometres (6.6 mi) from Shin-Yurigaoka Station in Kanagawa Prefecture to Karakida Station in Tokyo.
The Aizu Railway Aizu Line is a 57.4 km (35.7 mi) long railway line from Nishi-Wakamatsu Station in Aizuwakamatsu to Aizukōgen-Ozeguchi Station in Minamiaizu, Fukushima, Japan. It is owned and operated by Aizu Railway.
Tokyo-Wan Ferry is a Japanese car ferry operator. Its line links Yokosuka, Kanagawa and Futtsu, Chiba, across Tokyo Bay in 40 minutes. Headquartered in Yokosuka, the company started its service in 1957. In 1960, this company became an affiliated company of Keisei Electric Railway. In 1979 almost all of the shares owned by Keisei were transferred to Tokyo Kisen. The ferry started to accept PASMO smart cards in June 2008.
Haneda Airport, officially Tokyo International Airport, and sometimes referred to as Tokyo Haneda Airport or Haneda International Airport, is one of two international airports serving the Greater Tokyo Area, the other one being Narita International Airport (NRT). It serves as the primary base of Japan's two major domestic airlines, Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, as well as Air Do, Skymark Airlines, Solaseed Air, and StarFlyer. It is located in Ōta, Tokyo, 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) south of Tokyo Station.
Narita International Airport, also known as Tokyo-Narita, formerly and originally known as New Tokyo International Airport, is one of two international airports serving the Greater Tokyo Area, the other one being Haneda Airport (HND). It is about 60 kilometers (37 mi) east of central Tokyo in Narita, Chiba.
The Tōkyū Shin-yokohama Line (東急新横浜線) is a commuter line operated by Tokyu Corporation connecting Hiyoshi Station on the Tōkyū Tōyoko and Meguro lines to Shin-yokohama Station on the Sōtetsu Shin-yokohama Line. Tōkyū has put its company name as a formal part of the line name, which is a second for Tōkyū, following the Tōkyū Tamagawa Line.