The cityscapes around the Yurikamome Tokyo Waterfront Line

The cityscapes around the Yurikamome Tokyo Waterfront Line

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The photographs within this collection are from a range of districts within the bustling metropolis of Tokyo, each featuring unique and captivating vistas visible through the windows of the automated Yurikamome train. Famous for its driverless operation, the Yurikamome train traverses through the city, offering a glimpse of Tokyo's futuristic landscapes, bold architecture, and meticulously planned urban spaces. The views from the train windows are nothing short of spectacular, providing a visually stunning and almost ideal urban ensemble of towering buildings, intricate streets, and verdant gardens, each element co-existing in perfect harmony and contributing to the city's vibrant and dynamic atmosphere.


The New Transit Yurikamome, formerly known as the Tokyo Waterfront New Transit Waterfront Line, is an automated guideway transit service. It's operated by Yurikamome, Inc., providing a connection from Shimbashi to Toyosu, via the artificial island of Odaiba in Tokyo, Japan. It competes in the market with the Rinkai Line. The line derives its name from the black-headed gull, or 'yurikamome' in Japanese, a common inhabitant of Tokyo Bay and the official metropolitan bird.

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