Oct 17, 2008

I'm gonna need Wikipedia for this

Umm, has anyone seen the railway map for Greater Tokyo? I think I'm going to need a GPS to navigate.

Note that this is only for the Greater Tokyo area, which consists of the Chiba, Saitama, Kanagawa and Tokyo prefectures. Most of you might not know where that is so why don't you go ahead and wiki it. Wikipedia is your friend.

JR east railway map

Can you say, complicated?

Japan rocks.


-Littlenicky- said...

eh buy their facial mask n all lah hehehe... i heard fake eyelashes damn cheap damn good quality also

help me buy mascara.. those got fiber tht kind... :D:D

lesbo said...

yes nicole..because thats gonna help her navigate around the tracks..hahaha

-Littlenicky- said...

what larr... practice makes perfect can? lol.. go few more rounds then wont sesat lor.. im helping her ma in a way

sean said...

lol, seriously its very complicated...u wont see any english unless ure in a main station.

and hope u dont get stuck with perverted japanese men.

cheahwey said...

Oh I forgot about the perverted Japanese men.

Gzhang said...

A slight on Japanese people eh? Perverts are everywhere. Not just Japan, you know.

Anyway, knowing the entire grid shoulnd't be necessary. Getting lost a few times over there should be fun.

Besides, you can always identify the one station you need to get to and go all foreign on the guards or workers there. They're bound to help you.

_VeL_ said...

hwey, daryl is at JApan now. if you need help can call him up or something. =)

cube said...


Defiant Symmetry said...

It's really not that complicated. You just need to know where you're going, what line you need to be on and what stop to get off on, and what transfers to make, just like any other transit system. I did it for 8 days and it was really simple.