Anam Zara comments

Posted in: Platform doors to be installed at 882 train stations before Tokyo 2020 Olympics See in context

Strangerland,

good on them for adding those, despite the fact that it was just for the olympics

How do you explain the ones they installed before they knew the Olympics were coming?”

Ditto what Strangerland said. And if these are just being installed for the Olympics, then I would expect to see them promptly removed once the games are over. Somehow I doubt that’s going to happen.

https://joinfull.com/products/Tokyo-Sky-tree-tower

https://joinfull.com/products/Thai-Tube-Trek-Water-Park

Wallace Fred

”If only as much effort was put into the reconstruction of tohoku...”

https://joinfull.com/products/Australia-Zoo-Discount-Tickets

https://joinfull.com/products/Universal-Studios-Singapore-Tickets-Price

Apparently you actually know nothing whatsoever about what has been done and is being done in Tohoku.

0 ( +0 / -0 )

Posted in: Platform doors to be installed at 882 train stations before Tokyo 2020 Olympics See in context

It is good that they are advancing the schedule. Now if they can add some more facilities for the handicapped that will take them from ground level to the platform fully by elevator, or at least clearly mark existing elevator routes, rather than have to phone ahead and be physically carried down the stairs that would be even better, both for the upcoming visitors and the increasing elderly folk with ambulatory problems here. Too bad it takes a Mega-event like the Olympics to get past the inertia (and the budget issue).

0 ( +0 / -0 )

Posted in: Tokyo Skytree’s disappointing attendance so far: 6.19 million visitors See in context

What! The tourist attractions in Japan are only in Japanese? In New York the greatest tourist trap is Times Square, and it is all in English, and the other Tourist Trap on 34th street, the building that Superman jumped over, is ,also, only in English. In the US we complain that people come here and "don't speak English", but we feel that we have the right to go overseas and don't know the language of the country that we want to infringe on. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. You come to my country and don't speak English.

0 ( +0 / -0 )

Articles, Offers & Useful Resources

A mix of what's trending on our other sites


©2019 GPlusMedia Inc.