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DON'T do THIS on a Japanese Train in Tokyo

How to use the Tokyo Subway and Tokyo Train in Japan? Tokyo Trains and Tokyo Subways are ridden by 40M passengers every day. This Tokyo Train Guide will show you how not to piss off Japanese Train passengers. Follow these top 10 things not to do on a Tokyo Train and you should be alright.

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Trains in Japan are NOT safe.

Hello there! The other day, after I visited the NEW Starbucks Reserve Coffee Roastery in Shibuya. On the way home, I had an unfortunate experience with the opposite of a gentleman on the train. My aim in sharing this is not to receive sympathy but raise awareness. As the thumbnail says, $h!t happens on trains. Be safe!


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Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners

10 Reasons Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners. Thanks to Squarespace, get 10% Off: Japan tourists or foreigners coming to Japan may not understand Japanese culture because of this some Japanese dislike foreigners for not understanding Japanese manner and etiquette. As a generalization, Japanese follow the rules and get frustrated when people don't follow those rules, but often time they generally avoid confrontation when they have these sort of issues. Based on my experience, this is why Japanese don't like foreigners and tourists and what they are really thinking when foreigners break the rules. I can't stress enough that these are generalizations and not everyone is like this as everyone is unique, but for the purpose of this video and to show what Japanese may be getting pissed off about, I speak in general terms. These are my Japan tips for tourists to help them understand Japanese manners so they don't make those tourist mistakes in Japan or in that they may be unknowingly viewed as misbehaving tourists in Japan. Although some Japanese hate foreigners for doing things in the video, some other Japanese may be okay with the behavior but again I am speaking in general terms. In general, I don't think foreigners want to be rude tourists in Japan, but because they don't understand Japanese rules or Japanese manner they make the classical foreigner mistakes in Japan. These are must-know Japan tips to and a Japan guide when visiting Japan.

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Tokyo Hidden Gems that NO ONE Mentions | Tourist Trap Alternatives

This Japan Guide focuses lesser known Tokyo Hidden Gems that are not mentioned in a lot of Tokyo guide books. I wanted to show you some secret hidden spots to most Japan tourists. Instead of take you to the regular Tokyo Tourist Traps that are often prime destinations for first time Japan visitors, I wanted to take you to some of my favorite local places in Tokyo. This video will serve as Guide for these Tokyo hidden gems and will give you ideas on what to do in Tokyo. You don't need to follow the path in the standard guide books to have a great time in Tokyo. Also, this hidden gem spots may also serve to be great instagram / instagramable places in Tokyo as you will see from this video.

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3:35 - #2. La Vita and Jiyugaoka
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Hamarikyu is a beautiful Edo-period garden hidden just beyond the Shiodome and Shimbashi area.

Zojoji is one of the seven great head temples of Jodo Sect, located in Shiba Park. It was built in 1393 and moved to this location in 1598. Zojoji is known to be the family temple of the biggest shogunate during the Edo period and in fact is the house of 6 Tokugawa shogunates.

One of the indearing features of this site is located on the side of the main building. The Sentai Kosodate Jizo statues stand in line in cute little red hats and pinwheels smiling at you.

The Tokyo Farmer's Market is located in front of United Nation University, just 5 minutes walk from Omotesando Station.

Jiyugaoka, directly translated means Freedom Hill. The area started developing in the 1920’s and over the years has become desirable places to live in Tokyo. Wide open streets, minimal crowds, a variety of shops and restaurants and only a 12min ride from Shibuya make it one my favorite chill spots in Tokyo.

Koto Hirgagu shrine is wedged right in the middle of the Toranomon business district. Built in the 1600's, this shrine used to be the south entrance of Edo Castle.

The 4 animals on the torii represent the 4 Guardians of the East, West, South and North. It signifies that this was once a very powerful site. It enshrines the strongest god in Japanese mythology Oomono Nuno Kami.

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Assaulted on a Tokyo train (live footage)

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Sorry about the language in this video guys. Unfortunately, this kind of thing happens pretty often to women on the trains here in Japan and there's not too much that we can do to prevent it happening in the first place, or to stop them from doing it again in future. Police don't tend to side with women, let alone foreign women here and I honestly don't know if any good would even come from reporting this. Also for those of you who want to tell me what I should do in this situation, don't. Just please don't. This is the third time I've been in a situation like this and you NEVER know what it's going to be like and how you're going to react until you're in the situation. Finally, men: LEAVE US ALONE!

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Shinkansen To TOKYO I First Experience Of Bullet Train In JAPAN

We were so excited to take you with us on our first bullet train aka Shinkansen in Japan from Kyoto to Tokyo. The best train in Japan Nozomi Shinaksen and this is our review about this bullet train.

After almost missing we were happy we made it because missing our Shinkansen in Japan isn´t fun at all. Let's just say that it's the fastest train in Japan. Absolutely clean, everything is perfect.

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Tokyo to Kyoto: Riding the Shinkansen Bullet Train | Arriving in Japan

We arrive in Japan and take the famed Shinkansen bullet train from Tokyo all the way to Kyoto. We used our Japan Rail Passes for the trip - which was very easy, links below. The Shinkansen bullet train ride was about 2.5 hours long. This video ends after we arrive in Kyoto, but stay tuned for many more videos about the things we do in Japan!

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11 Things NOT to do in Japan - MUST SEE BEFORE YOU GO!

What not to do in JAPAN! With such a complex and rich culture, there are many things you need to know before visiting Japan. This is a list of 11 things you should NEVER do while in the country of Japan.

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TOKYO Japan's 5 Busiest Tourist Traps to WATCH OUT for

These are the busiest streets in Tokyo also known as Tourist Traps in Tokyo. We take a camera walking tour of Tokyo's busiest streets and I show you some local tip and tricks on how to beat the crowds while also showing you how busy Tokyo Tourists Traps can actually get. Now if you like walking around, in Tokyo's busiest streets, then by all means visit during the crowded times with all the tourists, but if you want to avoid being packed in like sardines on the street then definitely this video will have some useful tips for you. Tsukiji Fish Markets is probably the number one destination for most Japan Travelers as it is an amazing place to catch Japanese culture and Japanese street food, but you really need to be careful as it does get a bit busy on Saturdays as you can see from this video. This is also similar to Ameya Yokocho or in short Ameyoko. Ameyoko though is especially busy on weekend afternoons. Asakusa is the number one tourist trap in all of Tokyo and even on the winter it is crazy busy. I suggest visiting Asakusa at night to get a peaceful look at this magical area. Harajuku is a young persons destination with some tasty sweets, but watch out for the school kid rush. Finally, Shin Okubo also known as Tokyo's Korea Town is an amazing street food destination but it sometimes gets so busy that the train station exits close. Definitely be careful with this tourist trap location. The weekends are the most crowded times but weekdays can also be a mess, but hopefully it help you navigate through the busy streets of Tokyo.

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1:29 - #5 Tsukiji Fish Market
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2:28 - #4 Ameya Yokocho / Ameyoko
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Ameyoko Street Food Top 10
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2:46 - #3 Asakusa / Nakamise Street
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Asakusa Things to do Top 10
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Asakusa Street Food Top 10
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3:29 - #2 Harajuku Takeshita Dori
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Harajuku Street Food Top 10
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Secret Tourist Spot Japanese DON’T want Foreigners to know about

The hidden secret Tokyo Day Trip to a Japanese Winery in Katsunuma Yamanashi is something that SOME Japanese don't want Foreign Travelers to know about. Not ALL Japanese feel this way as you can see from the video, Maruki Winery was very welcoming. Japan Winery Tours & Japanese Wine Tasting are seldom offered as tours to foreign travelers and are a hidden tourist spot because SOME Japanese Wine owners feel that they are ill-equipped to provide what they consider hospitality to foreign travelers. This is known in Japanese as Omotonashi. It's NOT that Japanese dislike foreigners, it is simply that Japanese are not able to provide service at the highest quality because of the language barrier.
Despite this, I want to take you inside a Japanese Winery and Japanese vineyard to show you what it's like inside and show you what this awesome experience is like. If you are looking for a Tokyo day trip or things to do outside of Tokyo, this may be a great opportunity since it is so close by and easy to get to from Shinjuku station.

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THE RAILWAY MUSEUM IN SAITAMA, JAPAN ( 鉄道博物館 ) 🚉 | Rainbowholic 🇯🇵

Hi! Last weekend, Anne and I visited The Railway Museum in Saitama, Japan. If you fancy trains and you’re visiting Tokyo in the future, a day trip to this huge place is highly recommended! For more info, visit:

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What you NEED to KNOW when you First Arrive in Japan

This Japan guide reviews what to do in Tokyo when you first arrive at Narita Airport or Haneda Haneda Airport. First time travelers are confused what to do in Tokyo, where to go, how to get from Narita Airport to Tokyo, how to get from Haneda Airport to Tokyo as well as what to eat in Japan. I cover all these questions and much more. These are Japan Travel Guide tips I wish someone told me when I first arrived in Japan or even wish I knew before I came to Japan. This video is perfect for first time travelers who don't know the difference between Narita Airport or Haneda Airport. Also, I share with you how to Get a SIM a card and what useful apps you can download before arriving at the Tokyo Airport in Japan. I even provide some tips on Showers and Tokyo Capsule Hotels at both Tokyo airports.

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0:51 - #1 Difference Between Narita & Haneda Airport

Travelers flying into Tokyo for the first time, have an option to fly into Narita or Haneda Airport.

Narita is the larger of the 2 airports and is generally known to have more international flights while Haneda has more domestic flights. Both have lots of dining and shopping areas, but since Haneda is newly ren, I have to give Haneda the overall edge when it comes to attractions.

The biggest differentiator between both airports is the distance to Tokyo. Narita is about 1 hr away by express train, while Haneda is about 15-30 min train ride away. So it’s a little cheaper transportation-wise from Haneda.

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London to Tokyo - Don't Make This Mistake! Japan Vlog

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How to Use Trains in Japan | japan-guide.com

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In this beginner's guide to using Japan's rail system we'll cover how to buy correct train tickets, finding your platform, riding the train, proper train etiquette, and much more.

*NOTE: We also have a video specifically about riding the bullet train (shinkansen) coming out later this year. For now, you can learn all about taking the shinkansen here:


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YOU DO NOT NEED A JAPAN RAIL PASS FOR YOUR JAPAN TRIP! | The Tao of David

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Day in the Life of an Average Japanese Salaryman in Tokyo

Japanese work day at a Japanese office for an average Japanese salaryman in a Tokyo office. Living in Japan and working in Japan is quite a unique experience. This is a day in the life of Japanese worker, Makoto, 27 years old who lives in a Tokyo 3-story house with his family. This Tokyo salaryman works in a small Tokyo office, but spends many of his Japan working hours traveling from client to client on the Tokyo trains. Makoto works for a company called Mobal and as many Japanese salarymen, he entered the company straight from a Japanese University and he plans to spend his entire salaryman career at the same company. That is the life in Japan for a salaryman. We take a look inside what it's like to work in a small Tokyo office as well as to visit clients throughout Tokyo city area. His job experiences maybe unique to his company, but fundamentally he is very much an average salaryman. He commutes by train everyday to get to work and has to ride his mama-chari bike to get to the train station from his home. This Tokyo salaryman life has him arriving to work early and working late. As a salaryman, Makoto receives a standard salary every month for all the long work hours. The Japanese office is also configured so his boss' desk is right in front of him, quite a Japanese style office working environment. This very average Japanese work day and work lifestyle showcases a true day in Japan work life.

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Japan Travel Tips: 10 Things to Know Before You Go

10 things YOU need to know before you go to Japan. A comprehensive travel guide to bring you up to speed on Japanese Etiquette, Language, Food, Hotels, and more! After watching this video you'll be well prepared to tackle Japan, my favorite country to travel to! EXPAND DESCRIPTION FOR MORE.

1- Etiquette:
Japanese have a specific way to do everything -- as a foreigner you'll probably get a pass
Types of bowing
Greetings
How to sit
How to hand things with 2 hands
Levels of politeness
Happy to help -- and sometimes they will really go out of their way to help you.

2- Language:
Japanese of course! Different Dialects throughout.
English in the big cities
Japanese may seem like they don't know English.. they are just Shy.
Tokyo,Osaka,Kyoto public transport signed in English
Not so much in the suburbs
Good to have your hotel and destinations written in Japanese
Don't know Japanese? Just try the English variant
Hamburger
Coffee - Cohhe
Good to learn some basic Japanese
Biru Kudasai

3- Timeliness:
Being on time is very important
Stores close and open promptly
Bullet trains have to run within 15 seconds of their posted schedule
Dinner Reservations be on time.
5 mins before and they may not seat you.
Distance often measured in walking time
Japan is just one time zone
Calendar is different

4- Public Transportation:
It's amazing
Be aware of rush hour and the last train time
Little luggage storage -- Luggage shipping services
Train stations are amazing too.
But confusing.
Remain calm. Take the next train
Coin Lockers!
But watch my video
JR Pass
Driving -- I've got a video on that too
But don't drive in the big cities
The Limousine Bus is just a bus.
No Uber.. taxis though! Let the taxi driver open the door.
Bicycling - Can be fun.. park in a legal spot. Ride on sidewalks.

5- Food:
Noodles, Sushi and Yakitori
Slurp your noodles
Katsu Don
Ten Don
Pepper Lunch
Pudding!
Matcha Everything
Fruit ( Strawberry, Cantaloupe)
Give it a try!
It doesn't all have to be expensive.
Watch my cheap eats video
English menu
Point at the food in the window (or take a picture of it)
Vending Machines to order
Izakaya -- Japanese Pub -- Time limit
Tatami Restaurants -- sit on the floor, take off your shoes
Standing restaurants (Sushi, Steak)
Convience Stores
Department Stores
Pancakes for dinner
Maid Cafes
Robot Restaurant

6- Money:
Cash is King! Credit not accepted much.
Yen
Bills / Coins
Always put your money in the Tray
Change comes back in a Tray
With 2 hands

Japan is probably the cheapest country in the developed world. The only comparable countries are Portugal and Taiwan.
Stay at Toyoko Inn and eat at 7-11 and Yoshinoya

7- Tipping:
They don't do it
It's actually considered rude

8- Trash:
There are very few public trash cans
Watch my video for more details

9- Toilets:
Some squat toilets
Toto toilets are Amazing!
Sometimes called Washlet or Ostomat
If water runs when you sit on it you didn't break it
Great way to clean yourself, dryer, music,heat
Usually no paper towels, carry a handtowel
Toilet slippers - just for the toilet
If it is a squat toilets:
Face the right way, usually in the direction of the porcelain hood. Note point “A” in the diagram. Avoid this common mistake: Don’t go over the hole – by going over the opposite end (the end without the hole), you avoid any sort of splashing or the like.

10 - Hotels:
Small. Functional. Clean. Tired.

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Tokyo Trains

Tokyo trains show their station names in Kana then Hiragana, then English. Very helpful for visitors who don't speak Japanese.

How to take the Train/Metro in Tokyo

Walk-through of how to take the train & subway in Tokyo - what signs to look for, do you need to know Japanese, tickets and how to find your platform.

Join me as I show you how to take the train from Shinjuku Station, the busiest station in the world, to Ueno and then a journey on the Tokyo Metro (underground system). Use a Suica card as the easiest way to pay for your ticket, follow signs and see what information's available on the screens inside the train.

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Japan Bullet Train Top 10 Must Know Travel Hacks | Shinkansen Guide

Top 10 Japan Bullet Train Travel Hacks and Tips. A Shinkansen guide and Shinkansen Hacks on how to ride a train in Japan while riding Tokaido Line Green Car, Reserved and reserved seats. This Japan Train Guide will take you on Japanese bullet train from Tokyo to Nagoya which is the same line for Tokyo to Osaka, Tokyo to Kyoto and Tokyo to Fukuoka. Full Tips on how to ride a bullet train in Japan from Tokyo. This bullet train in Japan is a N700. If you like this Japan Guide check out the rest of my channel for more Tokyo and Japan Travel Tips.

0:36 - #1 Cheaper Bullet Train Tickets
2:16 - #2 Reserved vs Unreserved Shinkansen Seats
3:05 - #3 Reserved Seat Advantage
3-14 - #4 Flipping the Seats
3:27 - #5 Bullet Train Luggage Storage
3:57 - #6 Electrical Outlets
3:38 - #7 Wifi Internet Access
4:50 - #8 Middle Seats
5:02 - #9 Shinkansen Food Carts
5:21 - #10 Tokaido Line Green Seats

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