Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal

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Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal, June 2006

Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal (新宿高速バスターミナル Shinjuku Kōsoku-basu Tāminaru?) is a bus terminal managed by Keio Bus, in Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.


The bus terminal is located on the first (ground) floor of MY Shinjuku No. 2 Building of Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company, near the west exit of Shinjuku Station and in front of Yodobashi Camera Shinjuku West shop.

The bus terminal serves mainly Keio Group bus routes, such as Chūō Kōsoku Bus, including those operated jointly with other companies. The terminal has the bus stop number 50 among other bus stops around the railway station. The bus terminal has a platform with three numbered boarding positions. Due to its limited capacity, bus stop Nos. 26, 27 and 28 located out of the terminal support the terminal. The terminal facilities include ticket windows to sell bus tickets.

The bus terminal was opened in 1971 in the early days of Japan's expressway buses.


Keio Bus[edit]

Nishi Tokyo Bus[edit]

Kanto Bus[edit]

  • Tenri/Nara Line(Yamato); servicing it in collaboration with Nara Kotsu
  • Tenri/Takada/Gojo Line(Yamato); servicing it in collaboration with Nara Kotsu
  • Kyoto/Hirakata Line(Tokyo Midnight Express Kyoto); servicing it in collaboration with Keihan Bus
  • Okayama/Kurashiki Line(Muscat); servicing it in collaboration with Ryobi Bus
  • Toyohashi Line(Shinjuku/Toyohashi Express Honokuni); servicing it in collaboration with Toyotetsu Bus

Odakyu City Bus[edit]

  • Okayama/Kurashiki Line(Luminous); servicing it in collaboration with Shimotsui Dentetsu

Kintetsu Bus[edit]

  • Osaka(Abenobashi) Line(Casual Twinkle)


  • Fukuoka Line(Hakata)

JR Tokai Bus[edit]

  • Shizuoka Line(Shibuya/Shinjuku Liner Shizuoka)

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Coordinates: 35°41′23.5″N 139°41′54″E / 35.689861°N 139.69833°E / 35.689861; 139.69833