Everyday oddities of Japan train travel incl. tips and strategies





The love and hate relationship with trains in Japan.
You all hear good things about the trains in Japan from their on-timeliness and cleanliness. You come to Japan eager to experience your first ride into town – and then you get squished inside by a wave of people. In that humid summer heat. Bettina joins Kisa in discussing things you should expect when riding trains in Japan, and offer some useful tips to help make your ride just a little more comfortable.

Do please amuse us with your stories of your experiences on Japan’s trains. We always look forward to reading your comments, so please entertain us.

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⏲️TIMESTAMPS
0:00 Highlights
0:17 Opening
0:40 Strategies against people sleeping on your shoulder
2:46 Rush hour train ride
3:30 Best spot to place yourself in the carriage
4:37 Unsupervised kids
6:38 Surviving the crowded train
8:26 Bettina’s thoughts
8:40 Kisa’s “ultimate” advice
9:07 Closing

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6 Replies to “Everyday oddities of Japan train travel incl. tips and strategies”

  1. KON'CHA! Japan Travel Guide

    ⏲️*TIMESTAMPS*
    0:00 Highlights
    0:17 Opening
    0:40 Strategies against people sleeping on your shoulder
    2:46 Rush hour train ride
    3:30 Best spot to place yourself in the carriage
    4:37 Unsupervised kids
    6:38 Surviving the crowded train
    8:26 Bettina's thoughts
    8:40 Kisa's "ultimate" advice
    9:07 Closing

  2. OrangutanCon

    Love the video the tips were great and so were the hosts. I recognise that voice from the narration vidoes! She always does great work. This is quickly becoming one of my favourite channels on youtube.

  3. The Global Citizenship

    Thank you so much for your awesome video about your travels in Japan! You're awesome!

    – TGC Marvin

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