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Tokyo Stock Exchange 東京証券取引所

Tokyo Stock Exchange Tokyo Stock Exchange
Tokyo Stock Exchange Tokyo Stock Exchange

Looking into the engine that drives Japan's economy

The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) is one of the largest stock exchanges in Asia by trading volume. You can tour the TSE facility to see the inner workings of Japan's economy.

Quick Facts

The exchange lists approximately 3,800 companies

Admission is free

How to Get There

The exchange can be reached by train or taxi.

The TSE is a short walk from Kayabacho and Nihombashi stations on the Tozai, Hibiya, and Toei Asakusa lines.

Day trading

You can take a free English-language guided tour of the exchange. See the ceremonial bell that once signaled the start of a trading day, and try your hand at a PC trading simulation and find out if you've got what it takes to be a stockbroker.

The trading floor looks much like a war room straight out of a movie set.

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The madness behind the money

The stock exchange is a frenzy of activity during trading hours. Even when it's not in session, however, the sleekly-designed facility is atmospheric and impressive. There is also a museum on-site displaying key documents from the TSE's history.

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.


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