Tokyo Subway Co., Ltd. will operate on Saturdays and holidays for 5 days from December 30, 2021 (Thursday) to January 3, 2022 (Monday). In addition, from Omisoka to New Year's Day, we will operate all night and postpone the last train on some sections of the Tokyo Metro line.
The outline of the operation plan for the year-end and New Year holidays on the Tokyo Metro line is as follows.
About the year-end and New Year diamonds
For 5 days from December 30, 2021 (Thursday) to January 3, 2022 (Monday), each line will be operated on Saturdays and holidays.
2 About all-night operation and last train deferral from New Year's Eve to New Year's Eve
(1) Ginza Line
・ We will operate all night between Asakusa Station and Ueno Station at intervals of about 15 minutes.
・ The last train will be deferred between Ueno Station and Shibuya Station.
(Approximately 1 hour in the direction of Shibuya, approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes in the direction of Asakusa)
(2) Marunouchi Line
・ The last train will be deferred between Ikebukuro Station and Ginza Station.
(Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes in the direction of Ginza, approximately 2 hours in the direction of Ikebukuro)
(3) There are no plans to operate all night or defer the last train on routes and sections other than the above.
* All-night operation and last train deferral may be canceled depending on the situation of the new coronavirus in the future.
3 Customer inquiries
Tokyo Metro Customer Center TEL 0120-104106 (9: 00-17: 00, 7 days a week)