Archive List for Transportation

Where can I leave my luggage in Tokyo during sightseeing?


Do you have difficulties with leaving your bags during your trip in Tokyo? Here are cloak services that you can go anywhere without heavy bags. Cloak services that you can leave your luggage Sagawa Express transportation services Locations: TOKYO SERVICE CENTER (Tokyo Station) Opening Hours : 7:00-23:00 Sagawa Express Temporary Baggage Storage Service Center (TOKYO SKYTREE SERVICE CENTER) Opening Hours : 9:00-21:00 ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON SERVICE CENTER Opening Hours : 9:00-19:00 SHINJUKU SERVICE CENTER Opening Hours : 6:30-23:00 For more information about maps and fee, please see the website below. (English, Chinese) Ginza Mitsukoshi If you buy some items at Mitsukoshi, Ginza, cloak service is available for free at the・・・

Where and how can I purchase PASMO or Suica for foreign tourists?


One of major difficulties for foreign tourists in Japan is getting trains, metros and buses. If you purchase PASMO or Suica, your trip in Japan is much easier to move or transfer.   There is almost no difference between PASMO and Suica concerning the functions and usage. PASMO is an electronic money card issued by private railway operators in the metropolitan area. Suica is an electronic money card issued by JR East.   Where can I get a PASMO? PASMO can be purchased at Narita and Haneda airports as well as almost all of private train, metro stations. You can use it for transportation by train, metro or bus.   Where・・・

Are there non-stop buses from Narita or Haneda Airport to the major cities of Tokyo?


Yes, non-stop buses are available both at Narita Airport or Haneda Airport to the major cities of  Tokyo, such as Ginza, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ikebukuro, Asakussa and so on. You can even take the bus to a certain properties such as Tokyo Station or Hotel Chinzanso. For more detailed information, please see the websites below.   The list of Limousine bus companies From Narita Airport Airport Limousine bus in English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese Keisei Bus in English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese Heiwa kotsu English, 繁體中文, 簡体中文, 한국어, Indonesian, Español, 日本語   From Haneda Airport Airport Limousine bus in English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese    

Can you tell me helpful Apps for transfer guide in Japan?


When you visit Japan, an App for transfer guide is almost crucial for foreign tourists. Here are helpful Apps for transfer guide in Japan.   Helpful Apps for transfer guide during your stay in Japan Tabimori For Android: (English, Simplified or Traditional Chinese, Korean, Japanese) For iPhone: (English, Simplified or Traditional Chinese, Korean, Japanese)   Japan Transit Planner Website: (English)    

How can I buy tickets for Tokyo metro?


When you visit Tokyo, at first you need to learn how to buy tickets at Tokyo metro. It will be helpful and feel easy before you arrive in Tokyo, Japan.   How to get tickets at Tokyo metro 1. Find the ticket vending machines. Is is usually locates near wickets. 2. Check the fare to your destination using the English fare chart. Or you can use App provided by Tokyo Subway. Tokyo Subway Navigation for Tourists (Smartphone App) 3. Press the button “English” on the ticket vending machine screen on the top-right corner of the screen. 4. Touch the “Ticket” button 5. Press on your fare amount. 6. Put coins and/or bills into the・・・

I want to go to Mt. Fuji from Tokyo. How can I get there?

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Do you want to go to Mt. Fuji? Do you also want to visit Kawaguchiko (lake)? But, don’t you know how to get to Mt. Fuji? Don’t worry! I can give you some helpful tips.   What is the best way to visit Mt. Fuji and Kawaguchiko? There is two ways to reach Mr. Fuji and Kawaguchiko area. One is by yourselves. The other is by joining tours. Of course, you can get to there by yourself and budget is less expensive than that by tours. But, you joined a tour, you concentrate on sightseeing and perhaps make friends there. Mr. Fuji and Kawaguchiko area are large and it would be sometimes・・・

Where is coin operated lockers at Tokyo Station?


Do you have a trouble to keep your luggage before check in or after check out? Do you want to go sightseeing without any big bag? Here is a tip for you. If you arrive at Tokyo Station, coin operated lockers are available.   Maps for Coin operated lockers -Tokyo Station (JR Yamanote line) *Check for the sign of the extra large lockers. Google map    

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