Tokyo Maps & Listings

AKASAKA
AKIHABARA
AZABUJUBAN
DAIKANYAMA
EBISU
GINZA/ YURAKUCHO
HARAJUKU/ OMOTESANDO
HIROO
IKEBUKURO
KAMIYACHO
MEGURO/ SHIROGANEDAI
NAKAMEGURO
NISHI-AZABU/ ROPPONGI-HILLS
ROPPONGI
SHIBUYA
SHIBUYA EAST
SHIMOKITAZAWA
SHINAGAWA
SHINJUKU
TAKADANOBABA
TOKYO DOME
TOKYO STATION
TORANOMON

Useful Info

Emergency Numbers
Tokyo Police: 110 (Japanese)
Police (English) 03-3814-4151
Fire/Ambulance: 119
Narita Airport Flight Information: 0476-34-5000
Haneda Airport Flight Information: (03) 3747-8010
Tokyo City Air Terminal (TCAT): (03) 3665-7232
Tokyo Airport Limousine Bus: (03) 3665-7220
Tokyo English Life-Line: (03) 5774-0992
Tokyo International Post Office: (03) 3214-4891
Tokyo Directory Assistance (KDD): 0057
Tokyo Foreign Residents Advisory Center: (03) 5320-7744.

TOKYO Tourist Information Center (TIC)
Run by the National Tourist Association. They have a large array of pamphlets & material on Japan and provide free assistance in English. They do not make bookings. Narita Airport TIC: 0476-34-6251 TIC: 03-3201-3331

FOREIGN EMBASSY NUMBERS in TOKYO
Embassies: Australia 5232-411; Brazil 3404-5211; British 5211-1100; Canada 5412-6200; China 3403-3380; German 3473-0151; Dutch 5401-0411; France 5420-8800; India 3262-2391; Irish 3263-0695; Israel 3264-0911; Italy 3453-5291; Korea 3452-7611; NZ 3467-2271; Philippine 5562-1600; Russia 3583-4224; Singapore 3586-9111; Sweden 5562-5050; Swiss 3473-0121; Thai 3447-1386; US 3224-5000.

USING PUBLIC PHONES IN TOKYO
Most public telephones take telephone cards in addition to 10 yen and 100 yen coins. Local calls are charged 10 yen, every 3 minutes, and change is not given so it's better to use a 10 yen coin for a short call. Telephone cards are convenient to use, and can be purchased at convenience stores for 1000 yen. Many phone boxes also have a machine which sells cards. How much credit you have left on your card is indicated when making your call. When making an overseas call, you'll need to use an international phone card - these can also be bought at most convenience stores. You will need to enter the country code, the local area code, and then the number when dialing.

COUNTRY TIME DIFFERENCES
Australia (61), +1 to -1; Austria (43), -8 ; Brazil (55), -12 to -14; Canada (1) -12:30 to -18, Chile (56), -13; China (86), -1; Colombia (57), -14; Denmark (45), -8; Egypt (20), -7; Finland (358), -7; France (33), -8; Germany (49), -8; Guam (671), +1; Hawaii (1), -19; Hong Kong (852), -1; India (91), -3 1/2; Indonesia (98), -2 to 0; Iran (98), -5 1/2; Ireland (353), -9; Israel (972), -7; Italy (39), -8; S. Korea (82), same; Mexico (52), -15 to -16; Netherlands (31), -8; New Zealand (64), +3; Nigeria (234), -8; Norway (47), -8; Pakistan (92), -4; Peru (51), -14; Philippines (63), -1; Russia (7), +4 to -6; Saipan (670), +1; Saudi Arabia (966) -6; Singapore (65), -1; S. Africa (27), -7; Spain (34), -8; Sri Lanka (94), -3 1/2; Sweden (46), -8; Switzerland (41), -8; Taiwan (886), -1; Thailand (66), -2; Turkey (90), -7; United Kingdom (44), -9; USA (1), -14 to -17; Venezuela (58), -13; Vietnam (84), -2.

CALLING OTHER JAPANESE CITIES
Calls to other Japanese cities require that city's area code before the local number. The following are major cities area codes: Yokohama (045); Sendai (022); Sapporo (011); Nigatta (025); Shizuoka (054); Nagoya (052); Kyoto (075); Osaka (06); Kobe (078); Hiroshima (082); Nagasaki (0958); Naha-Okinawa (098)