Rail - Metro - Subway, Tokyo

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    The subway

    by Carino Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Well, the map looks very confusing and I was glad my friend from Tokyo showed me around. I'd have been totally lost!

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    subway system is great...

    by HyperMKIV Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    if you ar brave enough to go on the subway, you'll find it fairly easy once you get used to the system.

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    Getting around by train

    by hamouras Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Tokyo has an amazing subway/train system. Not only it's huge, but it's always on time, clean (as much as it can be) and easy to use. However it's a bit expensive and very crowded at rush hours.

    Me and my girlfriend (at the background)

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    Metro

    by bonio Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Extensive and eay to negotiate, once you get the hang of it! Buy tickets from machines before you go onto the platform. The machines speak English and many other languages too!

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    Ladies, check this out!

    by tuff Updated Mar 2, 2010

    The first car of the train is for “Women only” during rush hours. There is probably a good reason for this.

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    Best way to get around is by...

    by shiran_d Updated May 1, 2003

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    Best way to get around is by subway system. I have in cluded a map of the subway system. Enjoy your Tokyo travels.

    Keise Line Entering Keise line On Board Keise Line On the Platform bound for Tokyo Nippori Halfway to Nippori on board Keise line
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    Tokyo Subway Map

    by sunnywong Written Sep 12, 2002

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    This map is too large, please visit the following web site to download the complete map:
    (http://www.tokyometro.go.jp/metnet/3600e.html)

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    I'd read a lot about Tokyo's...

    by flyingkiwi Written Sep 7, 2002

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    I'd read a lot about Tokyo's notorious metro system but check this out..here's a photo of me but where are the crowds!!?!!

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    The best way to get around in...

    by scotty1 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    The best way to get around in Tokyo is to take the subway. Here is a map of the subway and the internet address.... http://www.japan.co.jp/~pbw/tokyosub.htm

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    Subway - it is easy to get...

    by Gnome Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Subway - it is easy to get around on JR Line or the Subway, even if you do not speak Japanese. Most signs are in english as well.

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