Ikebukuro Station Coin Lockers & Luggage Deposit Location

Coin Lockers at Ikebukuro Station

Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity 7 31 93
Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity 2 5 14
Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity 2 5 14
Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity 2 8 29
Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity 2 9 28
Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity 1 7 28
Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity ? ? 32
Fee ? ? ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity ? ? 35
Fee ? ? ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity 4 3 29
Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300
Size
(L)
(M)
(S)
Capacity ? 6 16
Fee ? ¥500 ¥300

Ikebukuro Station

Will you eager to know about the Ikebukuro Station? Oh great!! Now I’m going to describe this station. It is a major railway station located in the Ikebukuro district of Toshima, Tokyo, Japan.  

It is shared by East Japan Railway Company (JR East), Tokyo subway operator Tokyo Metro, and the two private railway operators Seibu Railway and Tobu Railway. With 2.71 million passengers on an average daily in 2007, it is the second-busiest railway station in the world (after Shinjuku Station). And it is also the busiest station in the Tobu, Seibu, and Tokyo Metro networks.

It mostly serves commuters from Saitama Prefecture and other residential areas northwest of the city Centre. It is the Tokyo terminal of the Seibu Ikebukuro Line and the Tobu Tojo Line.

 

Station outline

Source: https://depositphotos.com

  • You will find that the Ikebukuro Station has two main entrances, the East exit and the West exit.
  • There are a number of other secondary entrances such as the JR North exit, the various Seibu exits, and multiple subway exits.
  • The JR lines run north/south through the center.
  • The Tobu platforms are to the northwest and the Seibu platforms are to the southeast.

Source: https://depositphotos.com

  • Both Tobu and Seibu operate department stores adjacent to their terminal stations.
  • The Marunouchi Line and Yurakucho Line run east/west two stories underground.
  • The later line runs south toward Shinjuku and Shibuya along Meiji-dori.
  • It offers through services to Motomachi-Chūkagai Station in Yokohama via the Tokyu Toyoko Line and Minatomirai Line.
  • Tokyo Metro's Echika underground mall is also located inside the station.

 

Sightseeing areas, temples and shop around the station

1, Sunshine

Source: https://depositphotos.com

  • The Sunshine Aquarium is designed to be an oasis in the sky.
  • It is a charming showcase for the diversity of marine life, an amusement park full of entertainment.
  • While maintaining these traditional aquarium functions popular with visitors of all ages, from children to adults.
  • It also seeks to be a completely new aquarium delightful particularly to adults.
  • It offers an out-of-the-ordinary space for healing, peace, relaxation, and “Discoveries that Touch the Heart.”
  • Reference:  Go Tokyo

 

2, Namja town

A post shared by Yoichiro Kakuta (@kakuichi44) on

  • It is opened in 1996 in Ikebukuro's Sunshine City.
  • It is the indoor theme park caters to children and adults alike with 13 unique attractions.
  • Namja Gyoza Stadium serving regional dumplings from across Japan, and Fukubukuro Dessert Yokocho offering cute decorated sweets.
  • Reference: Namja town

 

3, Tokyo Metropolitan Theater

#東京芸術劇場 #池袋西口 #夜 #tokyometropolitantheater #ikebukuro #geigeki

A post shared by yoshio (@yoshi02o16) on

This Tokyo metropolitan cultural facility holds a variety of performances, including classical music, ballet, and theater.Right in front of your eyes is the artistic Ikebukuro Nishiguchi Park, with vast areas of greenery and many sculptures.And you recognize that Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre reopened on September 2012.

Reference: Tokyo Metropolitan Theater

4, Jiyu Gakuen Myonichikan

  • Jiyu Gakuen Myonichikan was established as a school building for Jiyu Gakuen by Yoshikazu Hani and his wife Motoko in 1921.
  • The building has been utilized for marriage ceremonies, seminars, discussion meetings, concerts, public lectures, and a wide variety of other purposes.
  • Reference: Jiyu Gakuen Myonichikan

5, Tobu Department Store Ikebukuro

Source: https://depositphotos.com

  • This is Tokyo's largest department store.
  • The wide variety of offerings includes a depachika (basement) food department, restaurant floors, fashion, and lifestyle goods.
  • Reference: Go Tokyo

 

6, Zoshigaya Kishimojindo Temple

A post shared by Bailey Yi (@bailey.yi) on

  • Zoshigaya Kishimojindo Temple is popular temple.
  • Here Kishimojin, the goddess of safe birth and child rearing, is worshiped.
  • Reference: Go Tokyo

 

How to get there from Narita airport?

Source: https://depositphotos.com

From Narita Airport, you have to take the Terminal Two Station at first, there will be a Narita Sky Access at the terminal which will help you to reach at Ikebukuro Station.

 

Looking for something special around Ikebukuro?

Penguin bar!? The only bar in Tokyo where you can drink with Penguin

Catch the fish, and taste at the spot with 30% discount! Don’t miss the Innovative style restaurant in Tokyo!

10 Osaka/Kansai dialect which you should know before go!

 

Here are the tips for Japanese travel for you!

8 days Japan travel guide (Tokyo, Hakone, Mt. Fuji, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Kanazawa, Takayama, Nagano and Shirakawa-go)

8 tips to follow for cheapest way to travel in Japan!

Can you image what is like to live in Japan? Here is a tip for you!

7 things you should definitely know before coming to Japan