Sumisho Hotel

9-14 Nihombashi Kobunacho, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 103-0024, Japan
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  • Families62
  • Couples70
  • Solo72
  • Business81

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Tokyo Transport.

by marconiccoli

Hi there!
i just want to ask you one thing: i'm going to fly to Tokyo in a few months, i need an iPhone application to use there; would you like to suggest me some?
i know just
Tokyo Subway
http://www.tokyometroiphone.com/index_en.html
it's in AR and i think it's great.

Thanks! :)

Re: Tokyo Transport.

by bkk_kd

I haven't checked the very latest apps for Tokyo, but 6 months ago we tried out Explore Tokyo, Tokyo Guide and Japan Railway. I would not say that any of them was useful, but perhaps that's because we weren't first-time visitors. If you are unfamiliar with Tokyo, then you might like one of more of these.

I realize that this isn't an app, but we found bookmarking on the iPhone the website www.hyperdia.com very useful for planning our train and subway routes throughout Tokyo metro area.

Regarding the Tokyo Metro iPhone app, the subway station guide seems to be potentially useful, but you shouldn't need any app at all to locate in Tokyo a 7-Eleven, McDonald's, Lawson's, etc.

BTW, you're probably already aware of this, but if you intend to use 3G instead of wifi then you may want to be mindful of your data usage because the roaming charges can accumulate to become significant sums. Enjoy.

Re: Tokyo Transport.

by marconiccoli

thanks! :)

Re: Tokyo Transport.

by marconiccoli

uh, do you know if any of them are official?

Re: Tokyo Transport.

by bkk_kd

Unsure what you mean by "official". They were downloaded from the iTunes store, if that's what you mean.

Re: Tokyo Transport.

by marconiccoli

with "official" i mean an application licensed by the transport society.
lines and societies there are a bit confusing :)

Re: Tokyo Transport.

by bkk_kd

I don't know the answer to your question, whether the apps have been licensed by the transport societies (???). However, as someone involved in the legal aspects of licensing, it isn't apparent to me why the app developer would or should obtain a license to publish the app so long as they draw their own map. Particularly since the apps I mentioned aren't necessarily just about subways and trains (only one is about the railway). Sorry I can't be of more help to you.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Go to the Tourist Information Center

by hotshot0428

Everywhere you want to go in any place in Japan, just go to the nearest Tourist Information Center they can really help you, they speak English and they have a map and tourist guide brouchure available for you.
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Asked for a full details about your trips so that you will not get lost just like I did, but that all about your adventure anyway and it is fun though.
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My favorite Tourist Informtion Center is in Yokohama Station the staffs are very friendly and eager to helped you and with smile all the time.
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Japanese Style Breakfast

by leanne_pearc

One morning at the hotel we decided to have a japanese style breakfast. A very healthy way to start our morning. It consisted of sushi and numerous food items in the picture that i have no idea what exactly they were. Neitherless it tasted sensational.

Dedicated to my VTFriend kedi+

by manuelEB

And here is another beautiful contrast between tradition and modernity. A big budhist bell is under the traditional roof. Thousand of clerks were under the new building roof. It should be for them that the bell tolls...

the 5 most useful Japanese phrases

by southtopia

This is the bare minimum to get you by as a tourist. Not enough to live on by any means, but at least it's better than grunting and pointing!

- ko-re o kudasai = this, please (good when looking at food or menus)
- doumo = thanks (casual, OK for most situations)
- arigatou = thank you (a little more polite)
- sumimasen = excuse me
- _______ wa doko desu ka? (where is the _____?)

PS: Travel phrasebooks always give you complex phrases & questions to learn... and they're all pretty useless if you can't understand the response, so I wouldn't bother. I've seen several non-Japanese-speaking friends come to Tokyo and they've always done OK. Japanese people, even in Tokyo, are quite helpful if you obviously look like a tourist in need of assistance.

Elections (-;

by manuelEB

A democracy is a form of government in which the people, either directly or indirectly, take part in governing. However, the term is also sometimes used as a measurement of how much influence a people has over their government, as in how much democracy exists. The word democracy originates from the Greek "demos" meaning "the people" and "kratein" meaning "to rule" or "the people to rule" which meant literally: "Rule by the People."

A modern democracy implies certain rights for citizens:

* right to elect government through free and fair elections
* freedom of speech
* the rule of law
* human rights
* freedom of assembly
* freedom from discrimination

Verbatim form the web. But at least, i say it!!!. (-;

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Address: 9-14 Nihombashi Kobunacho, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 103-0024, Japan