I always use trains or subways for going to school or trips. I've used Tōkyū Tōyoko Line for an especially long time. Through my experiences as a passenger, this site suggests some ideas and measures to feel more convenient and comfortable when using trains and also stations. On the other hand, some of these suggestions call visitors to improve their manners. I hope you will compare your experiences and opinions with mine.
Introduction to the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line -- I've been using Tōkyū Tōyoko Line from my earliest recollections. In this site, I will tell you about my experiences in using this line. Some of you may use and know the line, but I must introduce some basic information so that we can discuss the following issues.
Here I introduce two issues about waiting for trains.
Boarding position marks -- how we should wait in lines for getting off and boarding.
Abolition of smoking areas -- the best style for both smokers and nonsmokers (especially people who dislike smoke, and kids)
Looking for the inside of a train,
some people need priority seats. And everyone is puzzled about using cellular phones.
Here we see the inside of trains and think about the rules.
Full trains and priority seats -- behavior in crowded trains, and priority seats.
Getting a vacant seat -- Have you ever had to stand for a thirty-minute journey? Here's how I get a seat in a crowded train.
Getting a comfortable seat -- I recommend some special seats for a few essential reasons. Comfortable seats aren't just those on the corner.
Tokyo Metro 13th Line -- The outline of Tokyo Metro 13th Line - Tōkyū Tōyoko Line -
Minatomirai Line through service plan.
The win-at-all-costs struggle between Shinjuku and Yokohama -- JR East's Shōnan-Shinjuku line, which is a rival to the Tōyoko line, has changed urban transport.
Solitary island of the ground: Hommoku -- Hommoku is a town which is near Yokohama, but there has been no railway.
Soliloquy of My Railway © Satoshi Oshio, 2004-2005