One of the purposes of Tokyo Direct Guide/Diary is to simplify the super complicated tourist information of Tokyo for international travelers.
I informed you that I made The Easiest JR Train Route Map.
But did you know that Tokyo’s subways are even more complicated than JR trains on the ground
Actually, many international travelers say that they got lost somewhere in the metro system with 285 stations of 13 subway lines during their travel in Tokyo.
Transportation is still a bit annoying for international travelers.
I know your wishes.
You want to visit Asakusa, Tsukiji Market, or somewhere fun, you want a comfortable trip to enjoy your relaxing holiday, you don’t want to struggle with the crazy subway maps to learn Tokyo, you don’t want to get lost in one of the world’s biggest cities.
It’s all POSSIBLE.
You can travel in Tokyo freely like a local with The Easiest Subway Maps!
For example, here is one of The Easiest Subway Maps.
Clear up your mind. You don’t need to learn all the 285 stations of 13 subway lines to go to your destination.
See the outline one by one. There is a proper order when you learn anything.
In case your destinations are not on the maps, I uploaded the links to the complete, official subway maps in English and some other foreign languages for you.
All the explanations and tips are on the page. I suppose some of the tips are not known well. I will develop it more for your convenience.
Save time to struggle with maps and enjoy more of Tokyo.
Have a nice, comfortable trip!
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