This is not how anyone wants to start their day.
Every day, thousands of commuters and tourists passing through Tokyo Station have to fight against decades’ worth of video game-developed conditioned responses.
Now you can enjoy the beauty of a high-speed rail journey through Japan with this collection of exclusive picture-perfect cans.
The obvious answer would seem to be “No,” but our Japanese-language reporter has a unique alternate perspective.
Just how far can you go before you run out of Shinkansen?
The wizardry starts when rush hour ends.
Japan’s rail system is so easy to use, even this kitty commuter has no trouble with it.
Come for the bullet trains, stay for the delicious seafood and anime statue.
Last year Kyu-shirataki Station made headlines around the world for staying open just to send one girl to school, but now that she’s graduating, it’s time to pack it in.
Seibu Railways is set to celebrate its 100th anniversary with a brand new limited-express train. As innovative and cool as the proposed design is, the concept art is rather unfortunate-looking…
JR East has finally announced the dates of operation and ticket prices for its contemporary art Shinkansen set to begin running in late April.
I think we could all benefit from having a note like this dropped on us by a stranger.
Let your smartphone take the guesswork out of finding your way around Shinjuku and Tokyo Stations.
Passengers may gripe that Chinese railway staff members can be less than friendly, but providing service with a smile can be a little difficult when some riders are literally pigs.
Commuter train with special heart-motif straps and box seats starts service in time for Valentine’s Day.
Japan’s feel-good story of the year takes a depressing turn as the lone passenger who made headlines is harassed by camera-toting otaku.
You can probably tell which stations they’ll be played at, but can you guess which songs have been chosen?
As a natural phenomenon loved by many, snow can be pretty cool. Unfortunately, in Tokyo, it’s often more like a wet, cold monster that ruins everything!
It’s a much better way to enjoy Mount Fuji than from a speeding bullet train.
The story of the lone schoolgirl and the country train that takes her to school every day is capturing hearts around the world.