Baggage Service & Day Tours at Ueno Station

H.I.S. Japan and Keisei Railways has begun a Baggage Service and Day Tours at a very popular destination in Ueno station, Tokyo!

H.I.S. has collaborated with Keisei Railways to spread the use of the Keisei Skyliner train, which is a limited express airport train service between Tokyo and Narita Airport. The Keisei Skyliner stops at Keisei Ueno station, which is a very popular station to visit among tourists.


Ueno, is known for many cultural and historical places, for example the Ueno Park and Zoo, the oldest zoo in Japan. Ameyoko and Takeya are very vibrant shopping districts in Ueno, that truly portrays the charm of Tokyo.


Ueno is located on the JR Yamanoten Line, which makes it a very convenient place and yet cheap for accommodation. Many tourists choose Ueno to stay in Tokyo, because of these many qualities. Therefore, the baggage storage and delivery service is very popular among travellers. Many choose to store their luggage after checking out their hotels, until their flight from Narita airport on the same day.


The store is 30 meters from the ticket gates at KEISEI UENO station, and easily accessible.


There are always English speaking staff at the store.
Some can speak Chinese, Thai or Spanish to assist visitors from all over the world.


Providing services are as follows:
– Baggage storage
– Baggage delivery
– Day tours
– “Activity Japan”‘s products
– Wi-Fi rental


Opening period: From 16JAN to 15MAR 2017

Business hours: 09:15 – 17:45
Closing day: None
Available language: English, French, Chinese, Thai, Spanish, Hindu and Tagalog




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