Tokyo Transportation

  • Transportation
    by Ewingjr98
  • Transportation
    by Ewingjr98
  • Transportation
    by Ewingjr98

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  • 1. Rail - Metro - Subway

    Tokyo is a bit complicated for public Transport since there are 2 metro systems and as well some train lines. At metro and at train station ticket machines (first look at the big fare maps above the...

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  • 2. From to the Airport

    It is a very economical way to get to/from Narita Airport from Tokyo. We chanced upon it while staying at Ueno. Direct with no change required. A little slow but we are not rushing so it is a nice...

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  • 3. Rail - In and out of Tokyo by Train

    Certainly the easiest way if you want to escape Tokyo for a few days. After staying in Tokyo for three days we went to Nikko for two day. We booked our train ticket through online in advance and...

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  • 4. Road - Taxi & Bus

    Taxis are expensive in Tokyo the base price is generally 710 yen (6 euro) for the first 2km, but they are the easiest way to explore the city for whom the north lost in this complex and chaotic city....

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  • 5. Getting Around the City - General Info

    Shogi Kaikan in Sendagaya is the headquarter of Japan Shogi Association where major pro matches are played. It also has a dojo for visitors and a shop to buy a wooden boards, pieces, traditional paper...

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  • 6. Waterbus & Ferry

    Tokyo is to connect a water city and experienced ferries on the Sumida River to the Asakusa, Hinode, Harumi and Odaiba on both sides of the river quickly with each other. It is advisable to arrive in...

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  • 7. Rail - Rail Passes

    We spent 11 days in Japan for our honeymoon. For the first 3 days in Tokyo, we got day cards (Pasmo and Suica seemed a little confusing to get), and after leaving Tokyo we activated our 7-day Japan...

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  • 8. Rail - Yamanote (Loop) Line

    the JR Yamanote line is the main loop of tokyo and you would not get lost here so I would suggest you master it before taking the other JR and other train lines to other areas but remember that...

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  • 9. Road - Bicycle

    Tokyo has a great public transport network. Several subway lines, bring you with ease to the various areas and attractions of Tokyo. You can also use the JR Yamanote line, which brings you in less...

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  • 10. Map - Atras

    You can pick a free metro network map on many bigger metro stations. Either in Japanese (big or very tiny) or in English (a folded pamphlet). The best bet is to take care of it already at Narita...

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  • 11. Tokyo Station

    For the most part, the crowds were not bad but during the busy times of the day - there were a lot of people! The underground subway stations are clean and had kiosks selling candy, ties, and...

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  • 12. Shinjuku Station

    Shinjuku station is the busiest station in the world with more than 2 million people passing through it and quite accordingly it is rather complex. If you come to Tokyo from the western Kantô area or...

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  • 13. Shibuya Station

    We came in with metro and when we get out the train station through an overpass, I was looking at a bus interchange instead of the famous intersection, for a moment we thought we were at the wrong...

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  • 14. Station tips - Ueno

    Taxis from Narita to Tokyo are frightfully expensive and a much better solution is to take the train. There are several choices depending on where you want to go, how fast you want to get there, and...

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  • 16. Human power rickshaws

    We stroll the area of Asakusa on a Sunday afternoon, is a place where we staying in Tokyo. Sunday is so crowded, locals are out their home, and take advantage...

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  • 17. Demaeki

    Demaeki (出前機) is the name of the balancing contraption on the back of some delivery motorcycles in Japan. The Demaeki has shock absorbers...

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  • 18. Sky Bus Tokyo

    The Tokyo Sky Bus is a hop-on, hop-off bus that turns out to be one of the biggest rip offs in Tokyo. The costs is very expensive at 2,500 Yen per person, the...

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  • 19. The port to navigate to Okinawa and Ogasawara

    This is the port to travel to the Japanese Islands. There is a Metro station near. You can sleep on the floor in case you boat sails early in the morning,...

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  • 20. Haneda Airport

    Haneda is Tokyo's busiest airport, handling well over 60 million passengers per year compared to Narita's 35 million passengers each year. Haneda has the...

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  • 21. Coin Operated Luggage Lockers

    Bringing lots of luggage Japan, but want to travel light once you are here? Coin luggage lockers will make life easy for you. It seems like every train station...

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  • 22. Narita International Airport

    Narita International Airport is the second busiest of Tokyo's two major airport even though it is remotely located out in the rice paddies 36 miles from...

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  • 23. London to Tokyo

    We flew to Tokyo with British Airways on a direct flight from London Heathrow to Narita. The flight took 11.5 hours. That's a long while to be shut up in a tin...

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  • 24. Mount Takao Cable Car

    Mount Takao Cable Car is one of three ways most people get to and from the top of Mount Takao in Western Tokyo. The Cable Car has seats for about 80 passengers,...

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  • 25. Mount Takao Chair Lift

    The Mount Takao Chair Lift is one of three ways most tourist travel to the top of Takao-san, a famous mountain in Western Tokyo topped with a historic Shinto...

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