Supporting the Lives of 40 Million People and Industry in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area

Volume of Containers Handled at the Port of Tokyo

Since 1998, the Port of Tokyo has been the international trade port in Japan that has continuously handled the most containers used in foreign trade. As a distribution hub in Japan, the port also plays an indispensible role as a lifeline and maritime gateway for the lives of the 40 million people and the industrial activity in the Tokyo metropolitan area.

≪Volume of Containers Handled at the Port of Tokyo≫

Volume of Containers Handled at the Port of Tokyo
Source: Port of Tokyo 2009     

Complete Distribution Network Radiating from the Port of Tokyo

As a distribution hub in Japan, the Port of Tokyo plays an indispensible role as a lifeline and maritime gateway for the lives of the 40 million people and the industrial activity in the Tokyo metropolitan area. The Port of Tokyo’s highly developed and integrated sea, air and land distribution terminals in the heart of the metropolitan area are connected to Japan’s major cities via airports, railroads and major highways.

Complete Distribution Network Radiating from the Port of Tokyo
Distance Between Major Cities & Port of Tokyo
City Distance (km)
Hachioji 56
Yokohama 37
Chiba 36
Narita 85
Saitama 40
Kumagaya 85
Utsunomiya 124
Takasaki 126
Mito 133
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