One of the besy ways to travel around Tokyo, just make sure which railway company you are taking. JR, KENSEI etc. We usually buy a single ride ticket or an all day pass and we had no trouble.
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Do yourself a favour: convenient and inexpensive! Be aware that the Tokyo Subway System is composed of 2 lines: the Tokyo Metro Line AND the Toei Line. We almost made the mistake of buying a Tokyo Metro Line pass, which would not have covered all...More
There are more travellers than in Taipei but always the same philosophy ....Respect your metro and you will travel more comfortably .I remember in Ueno ...At 8 .00am ....fully but always in line waiting . There is air con....No smelly....
Great trains, run on time, clean, comprehensive and efficient timiing but compared to other large cities, the metro is confusing at times, with multiple lines run by different companies, fairly expensive tickets, confusing signage for many visitors, and not many facilities for the disabled and...More
People are always frightened by the messy-looking subway map, but it is in deed easier than you think. Once you can identity the difference between subway, JR and private rails, and there are 2 operators in Tokyo subway (Private Tokyo Metro and government owned Toei...More
best way to get around in Tokyo, with a high chance of getting lost :) you will sure get your daily fitness also by just moving around while changing the metro lines, so be prepared. the best way for tourists is to get the 72h...More
the first day we were lost.we could not find anything. 3 suggestions. forst take a unlimited internet modem otherwise you will not find nothing.google map is your friend. then find the directions how to go. if you have to take only one line you are...More
All the metro trains are underground. So bring your sneakers because some stations are a good walk. It is the easiest and cheap way to get around. Recommended you buying a subway card. The card us called PASMO. It is about 500 Yen for a...More
great system, easy to use and its on time!!!!!! And you cannot use your mobile phone in the train!!!! And its cheap - whats not to love!
Tokyo Metro is so easy to use. It is spotlessly clean - glass and metal being polished, not a bin in sight - the message is take your rubbish home. Tokyo Metro has a rail card for tourists called Suica. You have to put a...More