The Tokyo Station is a blast from the past in the middle of glass-clad Marunouchi – the ornate European Renaissance Building dates back to 1914, mainly serving non-electric trains then.

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source: Tokyo Station City

Today, what was once meant to just connect the Tokaido Line and the Nippon Railway (currently called Tohoku Line) now serves an average of 3,000 trains per day passing through its 20 tracks, with a daily passenger count of over 500,000.

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