Japan Travel Guide For Women Travellers
One of the most exciting facts about Japan is that it’s a very safe country. Crimes against tourists are very rare, and there are no dangerous areas to avoid. The nice part of it is that personal belongings accidentally left behind, are usually turned over to local policemen or subway station attendants.
Talking about the Tokyo subway reminds me to tell you that it’s one of the most pleasant, clean, and good smelling subway systems in the world. It’s a very pleasant experience to use it, that is as long as you don’t try to board it during Rush hour, which is crazy in Tokyo.
When is rush hour?
Same as any other big city in the world – mornings and early evenings when everybody is trying to get to or from work. Did you know that most Tokyo population travels more than an hour each morning to get to work? That’s the reason each subway station has a jingle of its own – in case someone doses off to sleep…
There is no Rough Area in Tokyo
If you accidentally take the wrong train, there is no reason to panic – there is no ‘rough’ area in Tokyo. Because of that – you always need to practice some kind of common sense. The red light district in Shinjuku after dark was reportedly problematic. But besides that, you can safely investigate every corner of Tokyo.
No Health Problems
There are no special health problems in Japan. No immunizations or special …Japan Travel Guide For Women Travellers READ MORE