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June 22, 2017
Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs

Opening of Tokyo Tourist Information Center Tama

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has opened a Tokyo Tourist Information Center, the first of its kind in the Tama area, on the third floor of the JR Tachikawa Station shopping complex, ecute Tachikawa.

Date Opened

Tuesday, June 20, 2017


ecute Tachikawa 3F,
3-1-1 Shibasaki-cho, Tachikawa, Tokyo

Services Available

  1. Information on sightseeing in Tokyo and other areas of Japan with a focus on the Tama area
  2. Information on tourist destinations and sightseeing routes
  3. Information on transportation
  4. Information on accommodation facilities in Tokyo
  5. Promotion of the Tama area’s charms, including sightseeing spots
  6. Free Wi-Fi

and more

Business Hours

Monday – Saturday 10:00 a.m.– 9:30 p.m.
Sundays and holidays 10:00 a.m.– 9:00 p.m.
Open year-round

Languages Supported

Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean

Services Offered (Artist’s rendition)

Central Area

Along with information on sightseeing spots centering on the Tama area, Tama’s attractive local specialties are on display.

Spaces for Tama tourism promotion

Theme-based promotion of attractive sightseeing spots in the Tama area.
Tablets are available in a corner so visitors can search for sightseeing information.

Panels promoting tourism
Tourism promotional materials
along the walkway
Corner to search for information

Collaboration with other shops

The Information Center will collaborate with other shops and establishments on the third floor of ecute to introduce the Tama area’s recommended sightseeing spots and goods, and also hold tourism events. Shops on the second floor will sell sweets and other products made with locally sourced ingredients.

The first collaborative event is underway (between June 20 and July 9).

Weekend tourism event (3rd fl)
(Photo is from a different event.)

Sweets made with ingredients from Tama (2nd fl)


Welcoming Environment Promotion Section
Tourism Division
Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs

Phone:+81-3-5320-4800 (Assistance available in Japanese only)