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Suica cards and cash cards Pasmo are created for the payment of the various means of transportation in Tokyo and parts of Japan. Although initially both cards were independent (Suica Pasmo Japan Rail and other companies), now both cards are …

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The Yamanote line is the most important railway line in Tokyo, is a large circular rail line operated by the Japan Rail company. The time to make a complete circuit of the city (35 kilometers) is approximately one hour. Yamanote …

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The subway in Tokyo is, next to the Line Yamanote, the fastest way to get around the city and surrounding area. The timeliness and frequency of trains is a role model for the rest of the world. Tokyo has 13 subway lines …

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If we know, we have the Underground and the Yamanote Line, Tokyo around by bus is not very logical at the time to visit the city is more complicated and time consuming. It is an alternative that offers the advantage, the ability …

Taxi in Tokyo

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Taxi in Tokyo The ride is comfortable and Tokyo taxi drivers do not try to cheat, however, is quite expensive and hard to understand the fate. Therefore it is recommended you take a map and mark the destination. Or take …

 

Transport in Tokyo

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Transportation in Tokyo, is undoubtedly wonderful. It is one of the world’s cities, where public transportation in Tokyo is better than private transport. The different subway lines, bus and train efficiently communicate all areas of the Japanese capital. Transportation in …

 

Path of philosophie

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The Walk of Philosophy (Tetsugaku-no-Michi original version), also known as the philosopher’s path is a path of about 2.5 km long that runs from its northern end, the Ginkakuji, to its southern end the Nanzenji, and passing many temples including Eikando. It …

 

Nanzenji

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Nanzenji is a Zen Buddhist temple was founded in 1291 by Emperor Kameyama desires right in the place of his palace. She eventually became one of the Rinzai Buddhist temples in the country more. The Nanzenji is located near Ginkaku-Ji …

 

Eikando

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Eikando is the temple of the Jodo Shu Buddhist sect which is located in the city of Eikando, in Kyoto. It was founded by Shinsho, a student of Kukai. The temple is also known as Eikando Zenrin-ji (The Temple of …

 

Fushimi Inari

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The Fushimi Inari Shrine (Japanese name is Fushimi Inari Taisha,伏见稲荷大社) was founded in 711, and from the first time enjoyed great popularity and careful maintenance. Works for continued growth and to embellish it for centuries and during World War II, …