Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal

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Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal, June 2006
JR Shinjuku Miraina Tower
New Bus terminal established together with JR Shinjuku Miraina Tower, March 2016

Shinjuku Highway Bus Terminal (新宿高速バスターミナル, Shinjuku Kōsoku-basu Tāminaru) was a bus terminal once operated by Keio Bus, in Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. This bus terminal has been closed.[1]


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 facilities include ticket windows to sell bus tickets.

The bus terminal was opened in 1971.[citation needed]

On April 4, 2016, the new bus terminal and commercial facilities nearby south exit has opened.[2] The coaches and the airport buses started to depart from the new terminal.


Keio Bus[edit]


Alpico Kōtsū[edit]

  • Kamikochi Line (Sawayaka Shinshu); For Shi-Shimashima Station, Kamikōchi

Nishi Tokyo Bus[edit]

Kanto Bus[edit]

Kintetsu Bus[edit]

  • Osaka(Abenobashi) Line(Casual Twinkle); For Ibaraki, Osaka Station, Namba, Abenobashi


Konan Bus[edit]

Kokusai Kogyo Bus[edit]

Kaifu Kanko[edit]


  1. ^ The west side bus terminal closed. 4Travel
  2. ^ Buster Shinjuku

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