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Greater Tōkyō other public transit logo collection

As a supplement of the railway operator logo collection, this page collects the logo of other public transits in the Greater Tōkyō Area and its surroundings.

Notes:
- This page includes the logo of non-railway public transits. Railway company may be listed here if it also operates other modes of transport such as bus.
- Only inner-city transit operators are listed here. Intercity operators (such as intercity bus) are excluded.
- This collection is not meant to be, and really far from, complete.
- Only currently operating companies are listed here.
- Some operators have more than one logo/symbol. I listed just one for each.
- I do not guarantee any accuracy of the data. Some are my tentative drawings.

Bus transits - Taxi companies - Aerial lifts - Water transits - Human powered transits - Helicopter shuttle

Bus transits
- Only major operators are listed here.
(There are roughly 100 bus transit operators + 150 community bus operators in the area.)

Legends:
Railway operator (also operating bus transits) Subsidiary of railway operator Road transits only Sightseeing bus only

Keikyū Group

Keihin Kyūkō Bus Group (Keikyū Bus)

Kawasaki Tsurumi Rinkō Bus

Keiō Group

Keiō Bus Group Nishi Tōkyō Bus

Keisei Group

Keisei Bus Group Airport Transport Service Kantō Railway Group (Kantetsu Bus)

Kominato Railway


Odakyū Group

Odakyū Bus Group Enoshima Electric Railway (Enoden Bus) Hakone Tozan Bus

Kanagawa Chūō Kōtsū (Kanachū)

Tachikawa Bus

Seibu Group

Seibu Bus

Izuhakone Bus

Tōbu Group

Tōbu Bus Group

Asahi Motor Ibakyū Motor Kan-etsu Kōtsū

Others

Eagle Bus Fuji Kyūkō Group (Fujikyū Bus) Hato Bus Heiwa Kōtsū
(Unrelated to Heiwa Kōtsū Taxi.)
Hinomaru Limousine

Hitachi Jidōsha Kōtsū


Ibaraki Kōtsū JR Bus Kantō Kantō Bus Kawasaki Municipal Transportation Bureau (Kawasaki Municipal Bus) Kokusai Kōgyō Sōtetsu Bus

Tōkyō Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei Bus)

Tōkyū Bus

Yokohama Municipal Transportation Bureau (Yokohama Municipal Bus)

Taxi companies
- Only major operators are listed here.
(There are roughly 3,300 taxi companies with 58,000 cars + 19,000 owner-driven private taxi cars in the area.)

Owner-driven taxi associations

Zenkoku Kojin Taxi Association (Zenkokyō) All Japan Privately Owned Taxi Co-operative Society (Zenkoren) Nikkoren

The Big 4 Association (Tōkyō 4 Company Business Comittee Ltd.)

Daiwa Motor Transportation

km Group

Nihon Kōtsū

Teito Jidōsha Kōtsū

Tōkyō Private Railway Taxi Company Association
(Tōkyō Shitetsu Jidōsha Kyōdō Kumiai)

Keikyū Taxi Group

Keiō Jidōsha

Odakyū Kōtsū

Others

Checker Cab Chūōmusen Taxi Daiichi Kōtsū Sangyō

Eastern Motors

Green Cab

Heiwa Kōtsū
(Unrelated to Heiwa Kōtsū Bus.)

Hinomaru Limousine

Kanachū Hire

Kanagawa Toshi Kōtsū Saitama Kōtsū

Seibu Hire

Tōkyō Musen Taxi

Tōto Motors

Aerial lifts
This section includes aerial lifts such as aertial tram, gondola lift and funitel.

- The section lists by companies, not by company groups.
- It lists the name of aerial lifts rather than companies, unless the company operates multiple aerial lifts.

- The list includes those in ski resorts, as long as it also operates in other seasons. However, those included don't necessarily operate 365 days a year; they may operate, for example, only in summer holidays, autumn leaf season weekends and winter. Those operating only in winter are excluded.
- The name of ski resorts are written in italics, before the name of aerial lifts.

Legends:
Aerial tramway Aerial tramway at ski resort Gondola lift Gondola lift at ski resort Funitel Funitel at ski resort

Akechidaira Ropeway Atami Ropeway Gala Yuzawa Gondola Hakone Ropeway Hodosan Ropeway Ikaho Ropeway

White World Oze Iwakura Iwakura Gondola Superway Izunokuni Panorama Park Ropeway Kinugawa Onsen Ropeway Minobusan Ropeway Mt. Kachi Kachi Ropeway Nasu Ropeway

Marunuma Kōgen Ski Resort Nikkō Shiranesan Ropeway Nokogiriyama Ropeway Palcall Tsumagoi Pal Cabin Prince Hotels (Naeba Ski Resort Dragondola, and others in other regions) Shimoda Ropeway (Nesugatayama Ropeway) Kusatsu Kokusai Ski Resort Shirane-Kazan Ropeway
(Naeba Ski Resort Tashiro Ropeway)

Shōsenkyō Ropeway Tanigawadake Ropeway Company (Tanigawadake Ropeway)

Tōkyū Resort Service (Hunter Mountain Shiobara Gondola, Mt. Jeans Nasu Gondola, and others in other regions)

Tsukubasan Ropeway Yomiuriland Sky Shuttle Yuzawa Kōgen Ski Resort Yuzawa Kōgen Ropeway (Yuzawa Onsen Ropeway)
(Harunasan Ropeway)

Water transits
- Cruise ships, yakatabune, or fishing boats are excluded.

Legends:
Car ferry Water bus Watashibune (foot ferry) Water taxi

Akaiwa Tosen (Chiyoda Town Government)

Jōgashima Tosen Hakushū (Miura Umigyō Kōsha) Kankō Kisen Kōgyō (Urban Launch) Keihin Ferry Boat

Ōhori no Watashi (Toride City Government)

The Port Service (Sea Bass)

(Limousine Boat)

Shimamura Tosen (Isesaki City Government) Tōkyō Cruise Ship Tōkyō Metropolitan Park Association (Tōkyō Mizube Line)

Tōkyō-wan Ferry

Uraga Tosen Atagomaru (Yokosuka City Government) Yagiri no Watashi

Human-powered transits
- Most of these services are typically used as a sort of tour guide in taditional streets. They can never the less have different destination from the point of departure, so can be used as transportation.

Legends:
Pulled rickshaw Cycle rickshaw Velotaxi Litter

Asakusa Jidaiya

Cyclopolitain Yokohama

Ebisuya

Kamakura Rickshaw Kawagoe Jinrikiya Kosugiya

Kurumaya Asakusa

Kurumaya Nihonbashi

Matsukaze Okazakiya Production Shinagawa Jinrikisha Tōkyō Rickshaw
 
   

Umikazeya

Velotaxi Japan

Yokohama Omotenashiya Yuu Fuu Tei

Helicopter shuttle

Mori Building City Air Services

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