When you travel, you will absolutely need a public transport map! However, in Japan, i only ride my own route, too many things that are not seen, I carefully selected.
The number of stars is the recommendation level of the transportation. The more stars there are, the more trains there are and the easier it is to use. The maximum is five.
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Because it is not copyright-free, commercial use is not possible, but it was the easiest and accurate map to see in the search. Pasted is a JPEG version, but you can download the PDF and JPEG versions from the original site. (Original site:http://www.mukiryoku.com/railmap_e.html,Kyoto unknown) As for Tokyo, it is more rough than the map above, and the following is recommended. https://www.jreast.co.jp/e/info/map_a4ol.pdf However, only the route of JR East Co., Ltd. is written. This alone is enough to travel. (Original site:https://www.jreast.co.jp/e/downloads/index.html?src=pcbtn)
Other areas are easy to understand, or buses are more prosperous, so i’ll omit them.
Many company entry the bus business, It’s extremely confusing. For example, I introduced only the bus company that run in the center of Tokyo, but the number of buses is smaller than that of trains, so I don’t recommend it. Buses from the airport to the city center are only used for sightseeing, I think.
http://www.hokutetsu.co.jp/tourism-bus/castle-town (No map in English)
Buses are more prosperous in Kyushu, but there is no English version, so we plan to introduce different ways to get to Kyushu by tourist destination.
In addition, it is overwhelmingly convenient to use these transportation systems with transportation IC cards such as SUICA and PASMO. How to make and how to refund are introduced in the following article.交通系ICカードの購入方法と払い戻し方法について説明します！|SUICA,ICOCA,PITAPA等 [TIPs] Kyoto and Tokyo have similar accents. This is because Tokyo means “Kyoto in the east”! The capital has changed from Kyoto in 1868.