Old Shinbashi Station Flash Panorama

Old Shinbashi Station, or Shimbashi station, opened on October 10, 1872 and was closed in 1939 when two train lines were merged forming the Tokyo Metro Ginza line. Part of the original building and platform was reconstruted in 2003 behind City Center near the Yurikamome Shiodome Station. The building now serves as a railway history exhibit and also houses a Ginza Lion “Beer Dining” restaurant with two very posh rooms for private parties.

Flash Panorama of Old Shinbashi Station
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Old Shinbashi Station Flash Panorama
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2 Responses to “Old Shinbashi Station”

Mo Says:

Thanks for sharing, great panoramas. You visited my blog but the link was broken for mine, sorry, I enjoyed these.

lostinjapan Says:

I’m glad you liked them! I wish I could have seen the ones that you linked to. Judging from the rest of the site, they must have been pretty interesting.

I just got a new camera and am starting to add a few every week, so please check back :)

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