Train System in Japan Tokyo Reviews
Apr 22, 2003
I think the train system and knowing what is what can be the most confusing part of visiting this country and at first can seem quiet daunting.
However, Its acutally quiet simple.
There are two major compaines in Tokyo the JR (Japan Rail) Line and Tokyo Metro (the subway system) both of these link in together.
There are also several private companies:
I recommend finding the stations you need to get to and then checking where you are coming from if you check the following website it will tell you the quickest and cheapest way to get there weather it be by JR (Japan rail) or the subway system. It will tell you times, cost and stations where you will need to change.
There are also serveral different passes available I would recommend asking about these at the train station or check on the internet before you come to Japan to see which one would best suit your travelling needs.
I have used all of these websites for information on travelling around Japan and they are extremely helpful.
I hope they help you out too.
Part of the My experience of 6 years of Living and Teaching in Japan travel blog
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