Keio is not the most well-known of the Tokyo train lines, but those who live in the outskirts of Western Tokyo are thankful for the Keio line providing service into the busy Shinjuku hub. 45 minutes outside of Shinjuku, however, you can find the Keio Rail-Land, a small but impressive museum of the Keio rail brand. A recently added outdoor display of Keio rolling stock compliments a museum with a large diorama with working trains and a driving simulator for those wanting to try their hand at a perfect stop at the station platform. Next door, the Tama Zoo is a great attraction to fill up a day out with the kids.

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