On the JR Yamanote Line, starting from Tokyo Station, the counterclockwise direction is called the inner circle, and the opposite is called the outer circle.
Next, let’s arrange the stations on the JR Yamanote Line in order.
In the case of inner rotation (counterclockwise)…
①Tokyo→②Kanda→③Akihabara→④Okachimachi→⑤Ueno→⑥Uguisudani→⑦Nippori→⑧Nishi Nippori→⑨Tabata→⑩Komagome→⑪Sugamo→⑫Otsuka→⑬Ikebukuro→⑭Mejiro→⑮Takadanobaba→⑯Shin Okubo → ⑰ Shinjuku → ⑱ Yoyogi → ⑲ Harajuku → ⑳ Shibuya → ㉑ Ebisu → ㉒ Meguro → ㉓ Gotanda → ㉔ Osaki → ㉕ Shinagawa → ㉖ Takanawa Gateway → ㉗ Tamachi → ㉘ Hamamatsucho → ㉙ Shinbashi → ㉚ Yurakucho
30 stations in total.
It takes about an hour to go around the Yamanote line.
There are various sightseeing spots scattered along the Yamanote Line.
Tokyo Station has a retro station building with a long history.
Yurakucho Station has the Tokyo International Forum and the streets of Ginza.
Shimbashi Station has an SL in front of the station and a restaurant area under the guard.
At Hamamatsucho Station, there is the former Shiba Rikyu Garden, and so on.
Shibuya and Shinjuku are famous for a long time.
There are so many famous spots that no amount of time would be enough just to visit the areas along the JR Yamanote Line. After all, each of the 30 stations has a variety of sightseeing spots!