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Luggage storage Tokyo

Luggage storage Tokyo


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Where can I store my luggage in Tokyo?

Carrying your heavy luggage around Tokyo when waiting for your flight or your check-in can ruin your mood. Travelling is supposed to be all about being carefree and immersing yourself in new cultures. If you’ve asked yourself “Where can I store my luggage near me?”, then worry not, Stasher’s here to save the say

Read on for our comprehensive list of luggage storage options ⬇️

1. Luggage Storage in Tokyo With Stasher

Stasher has a global network of thousands of local hotels and shops where you can easily and affordably store your luggage, be it for a couple of hours or overnight.

Our company has partnered with leading brands like Expedia, Accor Hotels and Premier Inn to provide you with a seamless luggage storage service.

Why store your luggage with Stasher?

✔️Every item is insured and members of our team have thoroughly checked the security of each venue.

✔️Our facilities are 50% cheaper than traditional services at train stations

✔️We have no size restrictions

✔️ And offer more flexibility with your booking

How much does it cost to store your luggage in Tokyo?

It’s $10 per day, and $6 for every additional day.


We have StashPoints conveniently located near all major tourist attractions and transport hubs, making it extra easy for you to enjoy your day and explore Tokyo. Below are some of our most popular areas:

To see a full list of our Tokyo hosts and a map, click here. 👈

Opening hours

Many of our StashPoints are open until late in the evening or even 24/7 to accommodate even the weirdest of schedules. However, it is recommended that you double check opening hours before booking online to ensure absolute peace of mind!

How to store your luggage in Tokyo with Stasher

Luggage storage in Tokyo with Stasher is really straightforward and affordable. All you need to do is:

  1. Choose one of the available StashPoints near you
  2. Select drop-off and pick-up times
  3. Book online!

It’s that easy!

2. Luggage storage and lockers near Tokyo Train Stations

There are several alternative baggage storage options in Tokyo, such as left luggage lockers in the main transport hubs of the city.

Lockers are quite easy to use, with some operated with keys and some using an electronic ticket system.

Where can I find luggage storage near Tokyo Train Stations?

If you’re looking to store your heavy bags at one of the main train stations, you can check out the station lockers. Most Japan Rail (JR) and private railway train stations provide coin-operated lockers. There will be some at pretty much every station you ever visit, even out in the countryside.

Opening hours

Opening hours vary from station to station, we recommending checking before

How much does it cost?

It’s 300 yen for small lockers, 400 yen for medium lockers and 500-600 yen for large lockers per calendar day.

Useful Information about Tokyo Train Stations Lockers

  • Bear in mind that lockers can’t be pre-booked. Although big stations have row upon row of coin-operated lockers, during peak travel season coin lockers may be full.
  • You can pay in cash and sometimes use IC cards for the electronic ones, which is handy.
  • If you leave your items for longer than three days, the station staff will clear them. However,  you can retrieve your items and pay at the counters.

2. Luggage storage and lockers at Narita Airport

There are left luggage storage facilities available in both Haneda and Narita airports.

Where can I find luggage storage at Narita Aiport?

There are four left luggage counters in Terminal 1, two on the Arrivals level and two on the Departures level.

Terminal 2 has two baggage storage counters on the Arrivals level and one on the Departures level.

Opening hours

Terminal 1

Arrivals level, (first floor): 7am-10pm daily.

Departures level (fourth floor): 7am-9pm daily.

Terminal 2


One of the counters in Arrivals is open 6.30am-10.30pm.

How much does it cost?

The cost of storage varies from ¥300 to ¥800 per item per day depending on size. An average sized suitcase would cost around ¥500.

It’s the same price across both Terminals.

Useful Information about Narita Airport

  • Tokyo Narita Airport is one of the two primary airports serving the greater Tokyo area. It's located 65km 40 miles from Tokyo city.
  • A free shuttle bus operates every 10 minutes between terminals. A transfer is also available between Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda, more info available here.
  • JR East and Keisei Railway trains depart regularly from Airport Terminal 2 Station to Tokyo city. A cheaper option would be the Tokyo shuttle bus - it costs ¥900, approximately £6. Buses leave every 20 mins.

3. Luggage storage and lockers at Haneda Airport

Where can I find luggage storage at Haneda Aiport?

There are two luggage storage facilities at Haneda Aiport, located at 2F and 3F.

Opening hours


How much does it cost?

The cost of storage varies from ¥300 to ¥800 per item per day depending on size. An average sized suitcase would cost around ¥500.

Maximum storage perios is two weeks. The weight limit is 30kg, awkwardly shaped items might not be accepted.

Useful Information about Haneda Airport

  • Tokyo Haneda Aiport is located less than 30 minutes south of central Tokyo.
  • Travelling to and from Tokyo city centre is incredibly easy: <you can either take the JR Yamanote or JR Keihin-Tohoku Line from Tokyo Station to Hamamatsucho Station and transfer to the Tokyo Monorail to Haneda Airport (less than 30 mins total, or alternatively
    , take the JR Yamanote or JR Keihin-Tohoku Line from Tokyo Station to Shinagawa Station and transfer to the Keikyu Airport Line to Haneda Airport (35 mins).
  • Free shuttle buses operate frequently between all terminal buildings (outside of the security check)
  • An extensive observation deck is on the 5th floor of the terminal building. There is a LCD monitor, which shows in-service airline companies’ information. It is popular as a night view spot as it's open 24hours a day.


Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.

Susan Jane Tarr

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About Tokyo

Tokyo has been the inspiration for many sci-fi novels and holds a special place in the pop culture as a city that pushes the boundaries of modernity, ever since the 1980s. The neon-lit skyline is dominated by the Tokyo Sky Tree, a spiral building that’s also the world’s tallest tower. In its heart, however, Tokyo is always a traditional city, with a history that extends way further than the European golden age. Underneath the utopian sight of the imposing skyscrapers, you’ll find quaint wooden neighbourhoods and cherry blossom trees, keeping alive Japan’s old-time spirit.

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