Tokyo trains are clean, work well, and have a smart design on the inside. They have rows of seats along the sides or facing forward, so there’s enough space for people to sit or stand. There are boards and digital screens with route and station information in Japanese and English. Handrails and straps are there for people to hold on to when standing. Even when it’s crowded during busy times, passengers keep a sense of order and respect personal space. Tokyo trains show how well-organized and efficient Japan’s public transportation is.
Find a list of Tokyo train stations here.