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More guidance in foreign languages on public transportation JR Tokyo Station

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More guidance in foreign languages on public transportation
JR Tokyo Station

JR Tokyo Station is the main station in Japan. Both the Shinkansen Lines heading for other regions, and local lines leave from this station, which is also the terminal station for the metropolitan Tokyo area. Foreign language displays are mainly in English, while larger signs may also be written in Chinese and Korean.



Shinkansen Line

Midori-no-Madoguchi
A sign in Japanese and English for a "Midori-no-Madoguchi" (Green Window) JR ticket reservation office.






Ticket Vending Machine
A ticket vending machine for the Shinkansen Line in Japanese, and partly in English.




Shinkansen Ticket Gate
The Shinkansen has its own gate, different from those of ordinary lines.







Boarding Area
A boarding area sign in Japanese and English.








Shinkansen Platform
Shinkansen platform and departure guidance in Japanese and English.





Destinations
A display of destinations in Japanese and English found on the body of a Shinkansen train.






Conventional Lines : JR Tokyo Station

Boarding Area
A boarding area sign in Japanese and English.







Conventional Line Platform








Guidance
Guidance for transfers in English, Chinese, and Korean.






Destinations
A display of destinations found on the body of a train.






Display

A display inside the station.
JR Information Center
A JR Information Center marked by a "?" mark, with information in Japanese and English.






Route Map
A route map in English.







WC (Restroom)
A WC display in English, Chinese, and Korean.






Guidance
Guidance for transfers in English, Chinese, and Korean.