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Friday, May 15, 2015

Getting Around Japan

Above, the inside of a shinkansen car. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

If you are planning on visiting to Japan in the near future, you may be wondering how you're going to get around the country.

Inside Japan Blog has the answer for you, for they have posted an article on different means of transportation that will get you around the country.

They wrote:
So you’re going on holiday to Japan. One of the first questions you’ll probably ask yourself is: how are you going to get around? 
Japan has one of the safest, cleanest, fastest, most efficient, punctual and convenient public transportation networks in the world, comprising city subways, cross-country trains, bullet trains, highway buses, local buses, funicular railways, cable cars, ferries, monorails, domestic flights, taxis… the list goes on! But for the most part, the best way to get around Japan is undoubtedly by train. 
This post will cover all the main forms of transport that you might use on a holiday to Japan.
To see how to get around Japan, go here

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