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The heart of Osaka's bustling Namba district, Kansai Airport, great shopping and more are all accessible via the Nankai Line.
Trains are the main mode of transport here in Japan. They will take you from A to B via C and loop round to D if required. The systems in place to facilitate the public transport system take some getting used to, however they are worth it as everything is on time. Here are some of my tips to save your time and sanity.
If you plan on exploring Japan, then purchasing a rail pass with JR East is a no-brainer. Easy to use and so convenient, your travels will be a dream!
With Ginza, Yurakucho, and Tokyo Station to the south and Akihabara looming to the north, Kanda might seem merely a place to change trains. Not the case - just look at all you would miss!
Akihabara's world-famous tech and otaku scenes are second to none on Planet Earth. If you've been before, you want to return, and if you're planning a trip, the Electric Town is an absolute must!
The Ueno Station neighborhood offers some of the best visuals in the entire Yamanote set thus far.
JR Tokyo Wide Pass gives you 3 days unlimited travel on JR trains in Tokyo and 10 neighboring prefectures for only ¥10,000