NATIRA [Guide on the Narita Airport Area]
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How to Use Trains
HOW TO USE THE TRAINS
The railroad network plays a vital role as an indispensable means or transportation connecting the Narita area and the Tokyo Metropolitan area.
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Train tickets can be obtained from ticket machines at railroad stations.
The passenger fares vary depending on the distance traveled and the type of train used (local train, special express, etc.).
Train stations have nameplates in Japanese and English (roman letters), and these nameplates generally have the name of the station as well as the name of the preceding station and the next station.
PASSENGER FARE GUIDE
The passenger fares are nomally shown by the amount of fare from the stating station to the destination.
Fare for Adult Applicable to those whose ages are 12 or over.
Fare for Child Applicable to those whose ages are between 6 and 12.
Fare for Infant & Baby Free of charge. Applicable to those whose ages are under 6.
TICKET MACHINE
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Ticket machines accept coins (500 yen, 100 yen, 50 yen, 10 yen), and some machines accept 1,000 yen bills and prepaid cards.
To obtain the ticket you want, push the button marked with the fare appropriate for your destination.
The machine returns the change with the ticket.
STATION NAMEPLATE
* The station nameplate shows the station name and the names of the neighboring atations. The preceding station and the next station are written on the right and left of the name of the current station.
TRAIN DEPARTURE TIMETABLE
The train timetable shows
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the destinations of various trains
departure track (or platform) number
departure times of various trains
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