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Earthquake-Hit Joban Line Section Reopens

JR常磐線・相馬―浜吉田間運行再開The Joban Line is a Japan Rail East railway that runs about 350 km from Tokyo through four prefectures: Chiba, Ibaraki, Fukushima and Miyagi up the east coast of Honshu to Sendai. Train services on the J...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 18, 2016

Are You Kidding Me?? Having Winter Vacation in Japan is Just Like...

Semangat pagi teman-teman semua!! Hari ini saya bersemangat sekali untuk mengawali pagi dengan langsung duduk manis di depan meja belajar saya, menjamah kembali laptop yang tergeletak di atas meja, dan membiarkan jari-jari saya melompat-lompat d...
by Rianisphère on Feb 18, 2015

Liburan Musim Dingin Terbaik di Jepang!

Musim Dingin Pertama di Jepang. Negara yang pengen saya kunjungi gara-gara melihat album teman saya yang memang sekarang tinggal di Jepang, ketertarikanku akan Negara Jepang mulai tumbuh karena industri anime sama pertumbuhan ekonomi nya yang hebat.
by DAILY WINGGA on Feb 14, 2015

MY IDEAL JAPANESE WINTER VACATION

MY IDEAL JAPANESE WINTER VACATION - This is my… I lost track how many times I try to go to Japan for a free vacation lol but let's try again. Then one question came to my inbox, it was like “What’s your Ideal Japanese Winter Vacation?”Wh...
by DELUXSHIONIST on Feb 8, 2015

Tachikawa Station

Tachikawa Station on the JR Chuo line is about 40 km west of Tokyo Station. It is a major station at the center of a modern, bustling commercial district, and one with a history to match its size. As of last year, Tachikawa Station saw daily use by o...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 23, 2014

U.S. Commander Warns of Risks in Pullout From Afghanistan

Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. told a Senate committee that the withdrawal of international forces would result in a resurgent Taliban and the creation of a safe haven for Al Qaeda.    ...
by Eastasianews on Mar 12, 2014

Tohoku Jukan Line in Tokyo

東北縦貫線  JR East has been working since 2008 on a new line to connect Ueno and Tokyo stations: the Tohoku Jukan Line (literally the "north-east longitudinal" line) . Ueno and Tokyo are already connected by the Keihin Tohoku Line (wh...
by Japan Visitor on May 24, 2013


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