Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal

Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal
Voice Guide of Spot Introduction
Page last updated: Jun, 12, 2020
TOURIST Guide editing dept.
Jason Surguine

The Shinjuku Express Bus Terminal, nicknamed “Busta Shinjuku,” began operations in April 2016 as part of the Shinjuku Station South Exit area infrastructure maintenance project. The expressway network has been improved, and the popularity of high-speed buses has risen as it is a much cheaper way to travel than flying or using Shinkansen.

But with the scattered and complicated departure and arrival stations around Shinjuku Station, the area was complicated to navigate.
The Busta Shinjuku was developed to solve such issues. The Busta Shinjuku connects to 300 cities in 39 different prefectures, and there are more than 1,500 daily arrivals and departures.
Long-distance night rides are particularly popular with travelers who want to make good use of time and money, as they leave at midnight and arrive at their destination next morning.
High-speed buses are now pursuing in-vehicle comfort, and the equipment and functionality has been improved on features like the deluxe seats. These seats will remind you of the business class on airplanes.

For your next trip, why don't you try travelling on a high-speed bus? It's a comfortable ride for everyone to enjoy.

Information of Spot Detail


5-24-55 Sendagaya, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan

Telephone Number

Contact information of each operating company See Web page for details

Spot Types


Business Hours

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Regular Holiday

Open year round


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JR Shinjuku Station new south ticket direct connection, 2 minute walk

※The written notice and information on this page are as of the date of publication. Please refer or confirm the latest information of each spot on individual introduced website.


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