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Updated: March 22, 2022
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Gransta, located on the ground and B1 floors of Tokyo Station, is one of the largest in-station shopping and dining areas in Tokyo. With shops accessible to those inside and outside the ticket gate, you can easily purchase gifts, souvenirs, cosmetics, clothes, desserts, and meals on your way to your next destination. There are also several long-established and famous restaurants.
Travelers on the Narita Express, shinkansen, or any one of the numerous trains arriving at and departing from Tokyo Station will delight in the selection of carefully prepared sandwiches, bento lunch boxes, and desserts made from high-quality ingredients.
General admission: 140 yen
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