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Fun / foon Tokyo
Thursday, April 1, 2004
If you're at H-08, where are you in Tokyo?
Topic: Japanese life

Tokyo's subway revamped to make it more foreigner friendly
Thursday April 1, 6:05 PM
Tokyo's subway network has had a spring makeover, receiving a new mapping system aimed at making it easier for foreign visitors to find their way around.
As of Thursday, the Teito Rapid Transit Authority which operates eight of 12 subway lines in the capital, has changed its name to Tokyo Metro Co., and has assigned a letter of the alphabet to each line and numbered each station in sequence.pan class="gensmall">

Posted by trek/taro at 9:05 PM JST
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Friday, April 2, 2004 - 10:29 AM JST

Name: BuddhaBoy

GJ wrote: ... the Oedo line have ONLY the numbers, or Japanese. So, a foreigner visiting who can't read Japanese asks a native how to get to E23. Of course, the Japanese has NO IDEA what they're talking about.. Great system!..

Hey, I'm at station Number 17, where am I at?

But hell, it's Friday "the skirts are getting shorter.. and boobs bigger.." teeth are getting straighter and the legs are gettin' longer, finally.

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