Novel wheeze to profit from packed trains latest in long line of creative ways to deal with Tokyo’s long commutes Every morning, millions of Tokyoites cram into overcrowded trains across the world’s largest
1969 was the moment Japan’s idea of space was twisted into being for shopping, not social activity It’s 3:30pm and a dozen Tokyoites are sitting in the middle of the asphalt road, on a street in the famously
From the Middle Ages, Tokyo was a place that absorbed outsiders, and most Tokyoites come from somewhere else On a warm May evening in the narrow alleys of Omoide Yokocho (Memory Lane) next to the Kabukicho
TOKYO (AP) — Want a glimpse of daily life in downtown Tokyo? Take a ride on the Yamanote loop line. For most Tokyoites, the line is an incredibly punctual and efficient transportation system for commuting.