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We would like to provide a new train service that will be loved by many people.

The Tokyo waterfront is aiming to evolve as a sightseeing spot that can nurture Tokyo’s hopes and dreams in the future.
Yurikamome was established in collaboration with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, connecting the central part of Tokyo and the Tokyo waterfront area.
Yurikamome has been providing excellent traffic access for many commuting workers, tourists and locals living here since its opening in November 1995.
Yurikamome is a futuristic transport system with cutting-edge technology and environmentally friendly design, and will continue to support the evolution of the Rinkai waterfront area.

Company overview

Company NameYurikamome Inc.
Address3-13-1 Aiake, koutou-ku, Tokyo 135-0063 Map
Capital13,757 million yen
Establishment25 April, 1988

Business outline

Name of LineTokyo Waterfront New Transit Waterfront Line
SectionShimbashi to Toyosu
Total Length14.7km
Number of Stations16 stations
StructureDouble-track, elevated structure (7.5m in width)
StructureLateral Guidance
Power SourceThree-phase AC 600V (rigid double trolley)
Duration31 minutes
Capacity308~352 people(6-carriage train)
Operation MethodAutomated transit system with no on-board drivers
Average Daily PassengersAbout 124,000 people
Opening date1, November, 1995


ShareholdersTOKYO RINKAI HOLDINGS ,INC.(99.9%)
Tokyo Metropolitan Government (0.1%)
Employees205 people (for fiscal year ending March 2016)
176 regular members, 22 temporary workers, and 7 others

Board Members

President & CEOFull-time櫻井 務
(Tsutomu Sakurai)
Former Director General of Secretariat to Labor Relations Commission
Managing DirectorFull-time原田 直巳
(Naomi Harada)
DirectorPart-time斎藤 真人
(Makoto Saito)
Director-General of Tokyo Port and Harbor Bureau
DirectorPart-time西倉 鉄也
(Tetsuya Nishikura)
Director-General of Tokyo Construction Bureau
DirectorPart-time山手 斉
(Hitoshi Yamate)
Director-General of Tokyo Traffic Bureau
AuditorPart-time篠原 敏幸
(Toshiyuki Shinohara)
Director-General of Seaside Development of Tokyo Port and Harbor Bureau