Tokyo Commuter passes

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I’m trying out a little feature on my blog, called Tokyo Thursday. As you might guess from the title, I will share something from Tokyo on this day. Timed nicely for my best friend’s sato-gaeri (return visit) to Japan in the coming months.   In case you missed it, last week’s Tokyo Thursday shared information on FREE tourist buses in Tokyo.

I am also using this feature to explore ways of showing Google+ content. As you may or may not know, I am an official Google Local Guide, Level 4 (that’s the top one, yeah me), and I share information with communities on Google+. Recently, I have been using Google Collections, which came out earlier this year, to share online information. Which brings me to this week’s post…

Commuter Passes for Tokyo. There are so many of them, it’s hard not to get confused. I have tried to share some of the more valuable and useful ones on the Google collection shared below. I am also copying in each post, below the collection link, if you’d prefer to read them here rather than on Google+.  🙂 Happy commuting!

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2 comments on “Tokyo Commuter passes

  1. Andrew

    tokyo metro system is hard enough on its own without trying to understand these passes! I used to just get on and off with a Suica or like card and take what ever they charged me!


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