January 20, 2020 HomeArticlesHow to ride Tokyo’s trains How to ride Tokyo’s trains By George Tseng Articles 20 Comments Tags:2020 summer olympics, a:style, chuo line, discover japan by train with the japan rail pass, games of the xxxii olympiad, getting around in tokyo, getting around tokyo, how locals ride tokyo's train system, japan rail pass, japan rail pass maps, jr tokyo wide pass, jr yamanote line, keihin-tohoku line, metro, metropolitan jr lines, public transportation, s:Style, saikyo line, sobu line, t:Original, tokyo 2020, tokyo trains, xxxii olympic summer games, yamanote line Related Posts Thailand news WEB-DL Satoshi ‘Bitcoin’ Nakamoto SPOTTED in Bangkok What is Bitcoin? (v2) FNN: Stock market dives again, Senate hearing on Bitcoin About Author admin 20 Comments It ́s Max Very nice Video thanks WP January 17, 2020 Reply Asende Christophe The best train ever✊✊✊ January 17, 2020 Reply Nassah Rose Beautiful video January 17, 2020 Reply BTS LIVE Japan transportation system in city is truly SUCKS. January 17, 2020 Reply Jade Rose Thankyou. 👍🙂 January 17, 2020 Reply E. R. Japan loves Trump!!! January 17, 2020 Reply K Knight Where was this when I went to Japan January 17, 2020 Reply LogicalNotes That was great January 17, 2020 Reply KingNotch KaW there's no way I'm ever going to Japan but this is fascinating January 17, 2020 Reply Aloyce Kiwia How come Japanese always wear masks.? January 17, 2020 Reply Серж Шуляченко Pirate raidAnkara plans to ship third drilling vessel to Cyprus offshore area January 17, 2020 Reply BTS LIVE This is a promotion video for Japan Travel. January 17, 2020 Reply paladinbob 123 a wee bit different to our transport in the uk , where buying food at the stations is a big no-no unless you are desperate and have lots of money for they charge a fortune 🙂 January 17, 2020 Reply Greg Hartwick If I have to go, I’m taking this nice lady with me – everywhere! January 17, 2020 Reply CoolMC Cash only January 18, 2020 Reply CoolMC Japan never accept credit or any digital payment. Only cash. And no transfer you have to buy ticket every time. January 18, 2020 Reply Stephen I give a damn’. News??? January 18, 2020 Reply mye namee An excellent report by a fine correspondent. Well done! January 18, 2020 Reply Mary Myers Thank you. Am saving it for our trip to Japan January 18, 2020 Reply Mohamad Daher It so confusing I feel i am gonnna get lost in Japan January 19, 2020 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.