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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I went to Tokyo with my family and our main transportation is Train. You need to study the destination u going before u took the train. It’s quite challenging because its not own by 1 company. there is 4 or more different company. Don’t worry,...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It takes a while to get used to the metro but once you do it will get easier. Plenty of space in the carriages which are very clean, try to avoid during rush hour. The price was surprisingly cheap for day passes or a three...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank perfect_spy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Tokyo subway system is great very efficient and plenty of options in stations around the main tourist areas. We got a 72 hour subway pass for 1500 yen which aloud for unlimited subway travel over that time and the hour only starts when you...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank LoveTravel829522
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You can basically reach everywhere using the Metro in Tokyo. As a result, the lines are a bit complex if this is your first time. But once you figure out and with help of Google Map, going from one point to others are very easy....More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Ade212
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We move for one week in the Metro system. It is very easy to understand, it has good graphics and information about platforms, lines and exit. Too crowded in weekday, however it works great

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank JAlejo34
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

After you figure out that there are two train systems in Tokyo and know how to find an used each one it is a breeze. I bot a 24 hour card and used it over two days. What a bargain. Trains are rapid and efficient...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank tfizzle
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The metro consists of a number of lines denoted by colour and name. There are also many types of train eg local, rapid, commuter, express and semi express. The local train stop at all stops while the other trains may only stop at certain stations....More

Date of experience: December 2018
2  Thank Ckyy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Crazy at first but u get hang of it. Avoid rush hour in the morning. Push you inside like tuna fish. Use Google map to plan. But I blue when train delay and which train to tell that is skipping which statio.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank ImranM221
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Get yourself a Subway Map and carry it with you. Once you get the hang of it, riding the trains is the best way to get around this massive city. Trains are dependable and stations are always near where you want to go. HINTS: Make...More

Date of experience: October 2018
2  Thank Gary H
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We bought Pasmo cards at the airport and used the Metro and connecting buses and trains extensively. The Metro can be a little daunting especially when it gets so crowded that you can't see or hear any of the stop info. Anyway there were fairly...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were
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area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot
to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art
Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art
galleries.
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Fanny I
November 14, 2018|
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Response from Kimster24 | Reviewed this property |
I was able to buy the subway metro several day pass in shinjuku in the subway station. The tourist center said they were sold in the bic camera stores too.
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Akmiura
September 9, 2018|
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Response from theNoerd | Reviewed this property |
Hello Akmiura, I am very sorry for my late reply but I hope I can add a bit We had a suica and a JR pass. The card was of great use in Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto. We could ride any tube or bus we needed to find our way. The... More
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March 22, 2018|
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Response from Hilton_Leung | Reviewed this property |
- From Narita Airport to Central Tokyo: There are several ways to travel depending on if you want to use a faster or cheaper ways and destinations: (1) JR NEX (Narita Express) Limited Express Operated by JR East and depart... More
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Kev L
Sydney, Australia
Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass (1 Replies)
Tokyo Metro District Pass allows unlimited rides on local and rapid JR East trains (excluding reserved seats) within the 23 Special Wards of Tokyo? How is ward is different to prefecture? For example can i travel to Shisui, Kisarazu and Yokohama Bayside on this ticket? Thanks
September 27, 2015|
lodirush
Placerville, California
Which travel card to purchase (4 Replies)
We are staying at the Century Souther Tower for three days before we leave for a cruise out of Yokohoma. I am still not sure whether to take to N'EX or the limo bus that stops at the hotels. It does stop at our hotel. Can I buy just the Suica Smart card and still get all around Tokyo metro area if we deside to use the limo bus? We want to save money on transportation so we can spend it on trinkets.... Thanking you in advance for your help
February 28, 2014|
Response fromDave148|
You can purchase Suica by itself. It's a stored value card. No savings vs cash fares - but much more convenient.
limucat
Melbourne, Australia
Public transport cards (2 Replies)
Hi I just need advice if ICOCA is the right card to get, as I will be in: Osaka - mainly using subway Kyoto - buses and subway Also when Im in Tokyo, is SUICA sufficient enough as I will be using the following: - Tokyo Metro Subways - Yurikamome to Odaiba - Toyko monorail to Haneda thank you
April 01, 2014|
Response fromYobeekool|
ICOCA can't be used on Kyoto City Bus. For Osaka City and Kyoto City Subway (underground) you should be able to use it. SUICA and ICOCA/PASMO can be used interchangeably, so you don't need to buy a separate card. If you look at the fares chart above the ticket vending machines, you can always buy a normal fare ticket. If you don't know the right fares, you can ask people around, including railway staffs who are there for the job. You may also buy the minimum fare ticket and make fare...More