An original platform pillar is located on platforms 5 and 6 at Tokyo Station (Yamanote Line and Keihin-Tohoku Lines; Shinagawa and Yokohama direction).
Tokyo Station is the starting point for Japan's Shinkansen lines, as well as the Tokaido, Chuo, and Tohoku lines.
This is a stone monument engraved with the words "Tokyo Station." A "covered porch" (carriage porch) has been built at the central entrance of Tokyo Station, as if to encircle this monument.
This post box featuring a miniature replica of the station building domes on top was placed here in 2012 upon completion of the restoration of the Marunouchi Station Building.
This marks the site where Prime Minister Hara, famous as the "Commoner Prime Minister," was assassinated by a knife-wielding thug on a train journey to Kyoto on November 4, 1921.
Prime Minister Hamaguchi fell victim to an assassination attempt on 14 November, 1930 when he was shot inside Tokyo Station as he was walking towards the express train "Tsubame." He was on his way to Okayama to observe special large-scale military maneuvers.
The "Nakama-no-Zo", a sculpture of three friends, is a wooden sculpture by the Hiroshima-born sculptor, Katsuzo Entsuba, and is located in the central passage.
"Sail of Light" is the concept behind the design of this massive, approximately 230m long roof. The Yaesu Gate landmark represents "innovation" and the "advancement".
The most well-known meeting place in Tokyo Station is the Gin-no-Suzu Square, located in the underground central passage. The fourth-generation Gin-no-Suzu has been reborn.
In the Marunouchi Underground North Gate Plaza, one can find these huge driving wheels that measure 1.75m in diameter. The driving wheels once belonged to a C62-15 steam locomotive that ran on the Tokaido Line.
Located on the concourse that leads to the Keiyo Line platform, this massive stained glass decoration measures 9 meters across and 5 meters tall. The piece is titled "The Creation".
This gypsum relief is exhibited on the Keiyo line concourse, and originally adorned a wall in the waiting area of the GHQ (General Head Quarters') Railway Transportation Office.