The main train stations in Tokyo are:
Tokyo Satation is a train station situated in the Marunouchi business district of Tokyo, next to the Imperial Palace lands and the Ginza commercial district. Besides it's the starting point and terminus for most of Japan's Shinkansen lines and is also served by many local and regional commuter lines. Unusually for a major Japanese station it is not linked to any private railway lines.
Shinjuku Station is the major train station in the western city center of Tokyo, Japan. Situated in the commercial centre of Shinjuku ward (although the southern part extends into Shibuya ward) it is served by a multitude of JR, private and underground (subway) lines.
Shibuya Station is a train station situated in Shibuya obviously, Tokyo, Japan. With 2.4 million passengers on a normal weekday in 2004, it is the third-busiest commuter rail station in Tokyo (after Shinjuku and Ikebukuro), handling a large amount of commuter traffic among the center city and suburbs to the south and west.
Harajuku Station is a station on the JR Yamanote Line placed in Tokyo's Shibuya Ward, next to Yoyogi Park. The station was opened on October 30, 1906. The station obtains its name from the area on its eastern side, Harajuku.
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