The Joban Line is a 350 km (including branch lines) railway line whose main trunk line joins Ueno Station in Tokyo (and now beyond - see map below) with Sendai Station in Miyagi. The Joban Line had its beginnings back at the end of the 19th century in the Mito Line.
|"Futsuu" train on the Joban Line|
|Joban Line Special Express Train|
|Ponto do Escape Brazilian Restaurant|
|Ami Premium Outlet|
If you’re visiting the Ami Premium Outlet, take the west exit out of Arakawaoki Station, locate the big Mega Don Quixote sign across from where you come out, and wait there for the bus to the Ami Premium Outlet. You buy a 520 yen return ticket from the bus driver. It takes about 35 minutes. Or a taxi will cost you about 3,500 yen.
Map of the Joban Line (red)
(From Ueno Tokyo Train Line Opens)
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