We’ll ride the whole 58 min loop of Tokyo on the historic Yamanote Line on the new E235 series trains – clockwise from Tokyo Station ▶︎ Shinagawa ▶︎ Shibuya ▶︎ Shinjuku ▶︎ Ikebukuro ▶︎ Ueno ▶︎ Akihabara ▶︎ Tokyo Facts: ★ There are 30 station. ★ The newest station is the Takanawa Gateway Station set to open March 2020. ★ There are 50 Yamanote trains on the line. ★ Each station is a 2-3 minute interval and it takes 2-3 minutes for the next train to arrive. ★ The Yamanote Line started in 1909 but wasn’t completed until 1925 as a loop. ★ The name Yamanote means YAMA (Mountain) NO-TE (Hand) or Mountain’s Hand for being on the west side of the city closer to the mountains of Tokyo. ★ Each train has 11 cars and is very crowded on weekdays between 7-9am. MAP: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaman… Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/85Q4uAeb8b8P5w267 ▶︎ Instagram: http://instagram.com/onlyinjapantv (follow the adventure here!)