|Above, the Keisei Skyliner at Narita Int. Airport Terminal One. |
Do you know what the yellow line is for? Photo by Armand Vaquer.
When you're in Japan, the primary mode of transportation (especially in Tokyo) is the train, subway or commuter trains.
One may think they know all that there is to know about riding trains, but Tsunagu Japan has 12 essential things to keep in mind so that your train riding experience is an enjoyable one.
Before going into their 12 essential tips, they wrote:
Tokyo is full of trains. You can go almost everywhere on one. But there is certain etiquette that must be followed in order to use this form of transportation. Here are 12 things to keep in mind that are essential when riding Japanese trains.To read more, go here.