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Recommended sightseeing spots and travel service by Tobu Railway

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Recommended sightseeing spots and travel service by Tobu Railway

Tobu Railway is a major rail line running along a vast extent of Kanto regions, which

encompasses 5 prefectures; Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, Tochigi, and Gunma. Known as an

excellent choice for the trip to feel Japanese culture, there are many tourist attractions

along the Tobu Railway line such as the oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo “Senso-ji Temple,”

the world's tallest free-standing broadcasting tower “TOKYO SKYTREE”, the world heritage

“Nikko”, and one of the most popular hot spring resort in Kanto region, “Kinugawa-onsen

Hot spring”.

Tobu Railway offers quality customer service and traveling environment for foreign tourists.

A free public Wi-Fi service is available at major stations and commercial facilities of Tobu

group, and a variety of discount tickets are offered based on travel styles and destinations.

Also, seasonal Japanese events celebrating the characteristics of the four seasons will be

held by Tobu Railway.

Please go to the URL below to see the details.

TOBU Railway

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Tobu Railway's massive network extends through Tokyo as well as four surrounding prefectures: Chiba, Saitama, Tochigi, and Gunma. With 463.3 kilometers of operating track, Tobu is Kanto's largest private railway and is used by commuters, students, business travelers, and tourists. Tobu Railways is one of many companies that is part of the Tobu Group, which also operates health clubs, golf courses, theme parks, and hotels. These include Tobu World Square, where the world's most famous structures are re-created at 1:25 scale; the Courtyard Marriott Ginza Tobu Hotel and the Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo, operated in partnership with the Marriott Group. The Tobu Group also develops and manages condominiums, housing developments, department stores, and various other properties along its railways and in Tokyo as well.