Buses in Tokyo go multilingual

Thailand June 15, 2017 15:33

By The Nation

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Travellers to Japan will now find it easier to travel around on public transport thanks to Keisei Bus, which is offering multilingual experiences on its routes.



Aimed at providing foreign visitors to Japan with comfortable bus transport services, Keisei Bus is promoting the use of multiple languages, mainly on board vehicles, at bus stops and in attending customers.

Tourism-related demand from overseas visitors for Keisei Bus services has increased in recent years as the company operates the Tokyo Shuttle, which connects Narita Airport with Tokyo Station, and other express bus services that link sightseeing spots including Tokyo Disney Resort.

Keisei Bus has also redesigned its routes centred on train stations in the eastern part of Tokyo and the northwestern section of Chiba Prefecture.