The Railway Museum is a railway museum in Saitama, Saitama, Japan, which opened on 14 October 2007. It was built and is operated by the East Japan Railway Culture Foundation, a non-profit affiliate of the East Japan Railway Company. [Wikipedia]
The Railway Museum is a 3-minute JPY190 one way ride on the New Shuttle Line from Omiya Station. Get off at Tetsudo Hakubutsukan Station.
The best way to get to Omiya from the major Yamanote Line stations like Tokyo, Ueno and Shinjuku is by the JR Utsunomiya or JR Takasaki lines. A one-way trip will cost JPY550 and take about 30 minutes.
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Relax away from it all in Omiya Park, but be only minutes from everything.