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Going the Distance

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Some days just seem to carry on for forever but other days are over before you know it. The last few weeks were like the latter. So much was going on that I could hardly believe that it was the weekend already. One of my business trips took me far south from Nagoya. One thing I think that some take for granted is the fact that within Tokyo and other major cities, public transportation like trains is very convient. Naturally the locations where most of my work was going to take place was quite a ways away from any major train line.


Without a train line, one doesn’t have many more options other than by vehicle or by walking it. In time sensitive situations one will definatly want to take the taxi or bus if it’s able to get you partially there. I have found that not all bus schudels line up with the trains that run but most bus stops I’ve seen have time tables posted. Thankfully all the taxi drivers that I’ve used while trying to get to not so easy locations know the area and are always able to get me safely to where I need to go. Tipping isn’t something to worry about and the taxi’s automatic door really helps so you can continue on your busy way without missing a beat. Thankfully our location is easily accessible from two major stations Shibuya St. and Harajuku St. Our services also can come to you!
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