Dag Klingstedt

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Answered 7 days ago

Dear all, I trust all is well wherever you are. Can somebody let me know whether I could use the Narita Express all the way from the Narita Airport to Yurakucho station without changing train at Tokyo Station? Thank you in anticipation.

Dag Klingstedt Dag Klingstedt, Living in Japan

http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/nex/The stations listed in the topmost graphic are the stops for Narita Express. So, no, you have to change to the JR Yamanote line at Tokyo Station, alternatively take a short cab ride or walk. It's very close, only about 12 minutes on foot.

Answered 14 days ago

Tappenyaki - Fried Rice??

Dag Klingstedt Dag Klingstedt, Living in Japan

Teppanyaki = steel plate (teppan) + fry (yaki).. An assortment of different dishes, which include beef, shrimp, squid, octopus, okonomiyaki (a kind of filled pancake) and, yes, fried rice..

Answered about 1 month ago

What is the best way to get from Narita Airport to Hotel Unizo ginza-itchome? I can't seem to get a consistent price for a taxi and is there a train available?

Dag Klingstedt Dag Klingstedt, Living in Japan

A taxi from Narita to central Tokyo is rather expensive, so taking the train or a bus are better choices. The JR Narita Express (N'EX) is a direct link to Tokyo Station. The train leaves from the train stations in the basements of terminals 1 and 2. Here is information about ticket choices, price...

Answered about 1 month ago

If I'm going to Tokyo for 1 week this November, and have 3 days activities with transportation, Do I still need JR Pass to go around Tokyo and its vicinity?

Dag Klingstedt Dag Klingstedt, Living in Japan

If you plan on staying only in the Tokyo area, it would be uneconomical to buy a JR Rail Pass. It's only worth it if you are going to go to other parts of the country with the Shinkansen bullet trains. Also, many of the railways servicing the Tokyo area are not JR lines, which means the Rail Pass...