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2023.03.22 06:18 HugeRichard11 Using The Train Walkthrough w/ Pictures
Seeing pictures I’m sure will help familiarize many planning on taking a trip or those that have fears of using the rail if it’s something new to you. Also I use the words train/metro/rail/subway rather interchangeably.
First off I’ll be using Google Maps for these, but the in-person principles for most apply the same on any other platform.
Part 1 https://imgur.com/T1lidhT
When you start the route the first thing you need to figure out is where to enter. Tip
: The best way to do that is zoom into the starting point and sometimes Google will pinpoint where to enter a specific entrance.
In my picture you can see it tells me to enter also in the description via the Meiji-dori Ave exit which despite the wording can be used to enter and exit. https://imgur.com/xldHjso
Where you enter sometimes doesn’t matter as long as it contains the correct metro line you need. Which in my case I need the Ginza Line at Shibuya station. You will often find a good amount of signs at Tokyo stations telling you which metro lines are available in them. https://imgur.com/9Ruevh8 https://imgur.com/jDbWiiF
There you can buy a ticket to enter, but understand and I’ve only used this method once after landing in the airport. Is that you have to select the fare amount to in a sense “deposit” into this train ticket. As once you exit later is when the actual cost is accounted for. Tip
: Realistically most new people don’t know how to calculate this, so I recommend scrolling down on Google Maps for your route and it should tell you the actual total fare amount. Once you buy the ticket you can use it to go through the gate. Note
: I believe they only accept cash at least that is how it was for me at Haneda Airport https://imgur.com/PJ5r3A1
The better option and is why I don’t know too much about the above method is simply using a Suica/Pasmo. I won’t go into them too much since they’re already covered pretty extensively in other threads, probably the FAQ too. Note
: There’s a problem with Visa cards sometimes for using it with Apple Wallet. I had trouble using my Visas, so I recommend adding a Mastercard or Amex to your Apple wallet before your trip. Which I fortunately added a dozen or so of my cards beforehand in case.
There’s also the JR Pass which operates similar to the ticket, but is unlimited for certain amount of days on JR Line rails. Again also covered extensively, so won’t go over that too.
Use the ticket by inserting it and make sure to grab it before leaving. Or use your Suica/Pasmo to get through the gate by tapping it on the giant part that has an “IC” on it. https://imgur.com/LOM2Y8f https://imgur.com/551y5P9
Once in the station make your way to the train platforms by following the signs that tell you which direction to go for your specific metro line, which for me was the Ginza Line. I have more example pictures of the signs in the second part.
When you are finally at the train platform area usually there are two platforms, one on each side or more depending on the station. On the Google Maps image previously you can see it tells me to go to Platform 1/2 which means I can embark on either platform options. https://imgur.com/Ad0RgA0 https://imgur.com/hfLxQ4g https://imgur.com/rxssM6p
Make sure you are at the correct platform as some are separated and if the train comes and you’re at the wrong platform. You probably won’t have the time to get to the correct one and board the train. Tip
: The best way to make sure is look at the signs above. They will have the platform number along with other useful information such as which metro line is associated for the specific platform. For some more modern ones that have digital sign boards they contain the incoming trains for the platforms with their intended direction and time. https://imgur.com/xD8eKl9
Note: You can see there are different kind of trains from rapid, express, and local. On Google Maps it mentions which kind it is, so make sure you get on the right one as the non-local trains will skip stops.
Once the train arrives there will be digital displays on the side of the train carts mentioning which direction / ending stop the train is heading for. Make sure it matches what Google Map for your route since a number of other trains will likely stop by too. https://imgur.com/VCOjlLE
On newer trains I’ve been on such as the Ginza Line they have big and detailed displays giving a ton of information of further stops. Some older trains will have a more pixelated singular line information display center. Tip
: The lines and station stops have specific circular logos. For Ginza Line you can see it’s a “G” inside an orange circle with the numbers representing the numbered station. On Google Maps it says to get off at G12 which I find these more straightforward than remembering the station. https://imgur.com/JljmljX https://imgur.com/V3lCVaS
Each stop it also displays which train cart you are in and where in the station are the exits for escalators, elevators, and restrooms. I don’t really pay attention to those parts since the crowd will more or less flow a certain way. Along with on the display are which doors will open. https://imgur.com/PeYNuJz
If you were using the ticket method and end up with a higher fare than you originally put on the ticket then you will need to do an adjustment at the machine. https://imgur.com/qkNGY75
At this point you successfully have used the rail to get where you want. However, if your trip is further with other trains then this will go into transferring to the next train which is simple.
When you get off the train you want to look at Google Maps to see which the next metro line you will need to go towards. I don’t bother with the Google Map walking directions for this part since there are a ton of signs directing you where to go. https://imgur.com/0w3YtaT
For this route you see I need to go to the Tozai Line. There will be overhead signs specifying the direction you need to go to https://imgur.com/hI0cmxv
There are multiple different signs directing you to the metro line platform every few steps including ones on the pillars, walls, and overhead signs. Simply follow the direction the arrows are pointing towards. https://imgur.com/8NHO3pp https://imgur.com/eXnuZwF
For some they have a giant board telling you of all the stops along with which platform is on each side. https://imgur.com/69ZBIka
For my train Google Map says I will need to Rapid train at Platform 3 that will transition to a different train while staying on board even after the last stop. https://imgur.com/d8UjiAP
Here it is best to confirm again, you are at the correct platform through the signs around you. Pay attention to the direction of which the station number it goes toward as T10 to T01 would not be what I wanted as that would be going backwards. In addition there are also mentions of which direction the train is going through signs on the wall. https://imgur.com/GpJAdY1 https://imgur.com/0t7kuaS https://imgur.com/oG2Bqlw
That ends it since the transfer is basically the same thing just longer. Hopefully you learned enough that you can read the Google Maps route info to see what is important. Things to focus on such as the intended ending stop that determines the direction, the station number icon, local/rapid/express, and mainly which platform you need to be at.
- Things to be aware of such as train etiquette is recommended to follow. I noticed most trains are extremely quiet, many don’t talk and if they do it is at a low voice. Many commuters are usually on their phones or some are even napping or sleeping. So it would be recommended to be quiet to not bother others. In that same vein I would say people don’t eat or drink on the train either besides the bullet trains.
- People on the escalators stand on the left and walk/move on the right. If you plan to stand on the escalator while it moves stay on the left
- In many of the pictures you will see it shows the train cart number at the gate. Google Maps suggest certain carts to get on that might be less busy or easier to disembark. I don’t bother myself, but might be useful for others.
- Masks are generally from what I hear from Japanese people pretty recommended for wearing on the train since it’s an enclosed space near others.
- Trains generally get very crowded especially during certain hours or days, so if you plan on taking luggage with you regularly on the train it might be too cramped to do. Noted while still doable, might be rather uncomfortable to do. Though generally most do, but it’s often small suitcases if you got a massive one it might be better to do luggage forwarding through TAQ-Q-BIN.
- There are elevators often to get up to ground level. The overhead signs usually will point out where they are, but it can still be a hassle to find them.
- Goes without saying, but if you see an elderly person that looks like if they fall, they will die. You should give up your seat for them.
- Most stations have some kind of gate attendant there that can help if you have issues getting through the gate through some error or something.
- If you enter and exit the same gate it won't charge anything though sometimes errors out and you have the get the gate attendant to fix it for you.
- They are safe with tons of officers and attendants I notice just walking around or standing by.
- So far all of the ones I’ve been on have great A/C and heating.
- Most trains aren’t doing wild turns and what not that I noticed many regulars will just stand there and not hold onto anything.
- At least in Tokyo there are so many trains going the same way that if you miss your stop or train, or get on the wrong train, there will likely be another one in a few minutes so I wouldn’t worry about it too much.
- You can search on google maps the Metro Line to see all of its complete route and stops
Throw this disclaimer to say this is one specific case and i'm sure there are differences between others metros, locations, and whatnot. Posted this in my profile since it's not allowed in the subreddits
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2023.03.22 06:12 jackintheboxtacoguy checked craigslist, got blessed!
2023.03.22 06:09 jacksondaxhacker Extended my speculative map to include a bunch of headcanon/fanficy locations.
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2023.03.22 05:53 chriscarmy I've spent over $2500 on GPT3 Tokens in past year. I've figured out some pretty useful "out of the box" prompts/ applications. What's your most useful prompt so far? Here's my fav I recently discovered.
I figured out a way to have ChatGPT Generate a travel itinerary for travel including scheduling my trip plans based with very specific criteria. Then it spits out a link to a map that has all turn by turn directions and destinations plugged in "least distance" between locations.
With my app, I can just tell it what I want to for the day as a 35 year old man with my wifey and it just does it. Address, predicted times, turn by turn. Every day I'm just more floored at the speed of this thing we're riding. I have a ton more useful prompts. I have another killer one that I'm ironing out as we speak.
What's your fav thing to do with it so far? I'm thinking of starting a discord for serious prompt engineers trying to solve high utility real world problems. I guess the idea would be that we all push each other to find those edge case ideas.
I have an app that does voice based travel tourism. I essentially screen recorded my iPhone as the tour was occurring.
I also downloaded a GPS coordinates app that told me exact coordinates of wherever I was. So the tour guide audio was being recorded at the same time that the GPS coordinate was shown.
After about 20 minutes of driving I stopped the recording.
I then transcribed the audio.
I went back through the video and took notes of whenever a new point of interest was mentioned.
These language models are extremely good at inferring patterns. I started off the prompt with "From X Destination to X Destination"
Then I put the transcript and GPS coordinates of when they occurred in the middle.
So from there I can say " From X Destination to X Destination" and then run a completion and it magically fills in the rest for me complete with tour guided routes + GPS coordinates.
Turns out, when you create destination points on Google maps, the URL turns into a very neat repeatable code.
First you show the model the Google maps code for the first trip. Then it literally (perfectly) completes it for the AI generated tour. Who woulda thought?
I made a free app that allows anyone to try it out if they want.
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2023.03.22 05:46 ChercoleStudio Hostal Buenos Aires Ave. Acacia no. 119 e/ Santa Sicilia y Mártires de Virginia. Los Olmos. SCU.
2023.03.22 05:35 Uglysinglenearyou Phoenix Police get it
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2023.03.22 04:35 Catvac-u-um_adnase AOC is recruiting for the military?
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2023.03.22 03:19 Double_Mycologist280 First call of the day. 77 yr old male with complaints of indigestion/Chest Pain. Onset of 3 hours ago. Initial O2 Saturation of 84% RA. Said he called because it was getting hard to breathe now.
2023.03.22 02:50 Salt_Lobster_2192 whats happening on E Fowler Ave?
sooooo many police there
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2023.03.22 02:43 BaldingJordanian Anybody know the best way to approach this? Wanna park her on the runway
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2023.03.22 02:34 jookco #Breaking : BREAKING NEWS: TWO PEOPLE SHOT AND ONE IN CARDIAC ARREST ON ALABAMA AVE. S.E.. Washington D.C. ... Read Story : https://countylocalnews.com/?feed_id=19379
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2023.03.22 02:32 chrispix99 What was this originally, before Plaza De Mexico?
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2023.03.22 00:28 GroovyKeelyn Pc Crashes, PC Guru needed
Alright so some background basically my pc crashes to almost every newly released game, for example I have been trying to play games recently released like uncharted collection, dead space remake, resident evil village, guardians of the galaxy and the Judgement games. What I don't understand is that older games and specific recently released games like Ready or Not, Hunt Showdown and more seem to work fine. I have done all the solutions such as cleaning and updating graphic drivers,
reinstalling windows and drivers in their entirety.
Experimenting with direct x.
I ave tried running uncharted in dx11 through the properties but the game forces it onto 12.
I have also changed power mode to best performance in the system settings.
The furthest I have went is that I have bought an MSI TOMAHAWK MOTHERBOARD, AMD RYZEN 9 CPU, Corsair Liquid Cooling, Samsung Evo SSD and even a bigger tower for all of the parts so overheating should never be an issue.
In a nutshell it is more or less a brand new pc as all my drives were wiped apart from the E and D Drives.
Another piece of information too is that I am trying to play uncharted from the D drive and it varies from crashing as it boots up or move the character a few steps and then a crash will happen. With Dead Space Remake it is installed on the SSD and it crashes upon opening. I've wrecked my head with this problem for 2 months now so I beg for some mythical being here to help me.
Parts i didnt mention= NVIDIA 3060 GPU 16gb RAM
Sorry for being silly but any help is appreciated.
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2023.03.22 00:04 MediterraneanGuy Workout I did today at home only using dumbbells and a bench. Using the Hevy app. Advice welcome.
2023.03.21 23:40 moblo231 Nightmare orders
2023.03.21 23:21 iamcalheta Sérgio Conceição desagradado, mas vai dar o treino [O Jogo]
Treinador não falou com Pinto da Costa até ao início da noite e amanhã estará no Olival para orientar a sessão de trabalho prevista
O momento é tenso no reino do Dragão, mas, sabe O JOGO, Sérgio Conceição não falou com Pinto da Costa, até ao início desta noite, sobre qualquer cenário de rutura entre as partes. O treinador não está, naturalmente, satisfeito com o atual momento que a equipa atravessa e é verdade que está desagradado com algumas situações recentes, mas não vai deixar de se apresentar no Olival amanhã de manhã.
As declarações de Pinto da Costa, na segunda-feira à noite, em que negou a falta de investimento da SAD no plantel, enumerando mesmo os elevados valores pagos por alguns jogadores no último verão, não caíram bem a Sérgio Conceição, mas não devem levar ao limite da separação. No fundo, Conceição já tenha enviado alguns recados nos últimos tempos, um deles após a eliminação da Liga dos Campeões. "Tudo o que temos feito aqui, com 30 por cento do plantel da equipa B, outros 40 por cento com jogadores de equipas médias, como Paços de Ferreira, Santa Clara, Rio Ave, Famalicão... E depois o meu mérito é zero. É o Otávio, é o Taremi que se atira para o chão, é o Conceição que é um arruaceiro. [...] Estes cinco anos e meio foram muito difíceis, com anos de "fair-play" financeiro, sem poder ir buscar nenhum jogador e só vender para equilibrar. É difícil e tem sido muito pouco reconhecido", atirou.
Na sequência do empate com o Braga, Conceição, que não "atirou a toalha ao chão", pediu a todos os que "trabalham e amam o FC Porto" que corram no mesmo sentido. E já hoje, reagiu com aquilo que parece ser um novo recado para dentro ao partilhar no Instagram uma publicação de Cecília Pedroto, viúva de José Maria Pedroto, a elogiar o seu trabalho à qual acrescentou "conquistados [os títulos] com o apoio de verdadeiros portistas, com ou sem recursos". Ruído à parte, e sendo inegável que o ambiente não é o ideal, Conceição, ao que tudo indica, estará esta manhã no Olival para trabalhar com os jogadores que restam depois da debandada para as seleções. https://www.ojogo.pt/futebol/1a-liga/porto/noticias/sergio-conceicao-desagradado-mas-vai-dar-o-treino-16047177.html
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