Tobu Skytree Line Local: Tokyo Skytree to Higashi-Mukojima by Train

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The Tobu Skytree Line is a renamed portion of the original Tobu Isesaki Line, in conjunction with the opening of Tokyo Skytree on 17 March 2012. After my visit to Tokyo Skytree, I headed on to the Tobu Skytree Line Local service to get to my next destination, the Tobu Museum.

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The Tokyo Skytree Station is directly connected to the Tokyo Skytree via a linked escalator. Tickets can be purchased from the machine on the right.

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Heading up to the platform.

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The island platform of Tokyo Skytree Station.

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The Limited Express Ryomo for Akagi was arriving first.

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The Tobu 200 series for the arriving at Tokyo Skytree Station.

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The logo of the Limited Express Ryomo.

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The destination sign of the Limited Express Ryomo for Akagi.

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The Limited Express Ryomo for Akagi departing from Tokyo Skytree.

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My Tobu Skytree Line Local train was following just behind.

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The Tobu 10000 series arriving at Tokyo Skytree Station.

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The overall interior of the Tobu 10000 series.

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The Tobu Railway network map and dynamic route information can be found above the train doors.

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A Tobu 200 series set stabling at the sidings after Tokyo Skytree Station.

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A Tobu 300 series set stabling at the sidings after Tokyo Skytree Station.

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Crossing a level crossing just after Tokyo Skytree Station sidings.

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Looking back at Tokyo Skytree from the train.

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Making a brief stop at Hikifune for a cross-platform transfer between the Express and Local services.

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The Tobu Skytree Line Express service is formed by a through-service Tokyo Metro 8000 series from Chuo-Rinkan and Oshiage.

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The priority area on board the Tobu 10000 series.

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The builder plates of Fuji Heavy Industries and Tokyu Car Corporation on the Tobu 10000 series.

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Alighting from the Tobu Skytree Line Local service at Higashi-Mukojima Station.

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Another Tobu 10000 series on the other side as a Tobu Skytree Line Local service for Asakusa.

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Instead of going through the ticket barriers and having my ticket being eaten up by the machine, I headed for the manual counter to get my ticket stamped out by the staff so that I could keep it.

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At the station concourse, there are signs pointing to the Tobu Museum.

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Make a u-turn to the right of the station where the McDonald’s is.

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Continue straight down the station to the Tobu Museum.

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