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More guidance in foreign languages on public transportation Subway: Nihonbashi Station, Tokyo

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More guidance in foreign languages on public transportation
Subway: Nihonbashi Station, Tokyo Metro

The subway is the most convenient way to travel within a city. It is well organized, not only in big cities like Tokyo and Osaka, but in other core local cities as well.


Subway : Nihonbashi Station, Tokyo Metro

Subway Station
A display for the subway and the name of the station in Japanese and English.





Subway Entrance







Station Name and Line
The name of the station and line in Japanese and English found at the entrance.






Ticket Vending Machine
A ticket vending machine with information in Japanese and English.







Station Name
A display board for the station name in Japanese and English.






Ticket gate





Ticket Gate Display
A ticket gate display in English, Chinese, and Korean.







Route Map
A route map in Japanese and English found at the platform.






Platform Display
A display of the station name in Japanese and English found at the platform.






Exit Sign
An exit sign in Japanese, English, and Korean







WC (Restroom) Sign









Subway Tips

Most Japanese subway charges are based on the distance to the destination. When buying a ticket, please be sure to check your destination and fare.

Transferring is sometimes troublesome, even for Japanese passengers. When taking the subway, please be sure to check the route map. Maps in English are available at stations and hotels.