Non Youtube video for blocked viewers in America.I got tagged for using Led Zeppelin! : (
|The sunset at Yomiuri-Land-mae station on a Thursday evening in June 2012.|
Riding the subway in Japan can be a very hectic experience at first, but as your commute becomes regular you learn to embrace the train system for its good qualities. I usually listen to music and fool around on my Japanese language learning apps while I am waiting to pass the time. Today I was able to ditch out of work a little early and catch a quicker train ride home. Seeing daylight on the way home is a great feeling.As you can see in my above video post, the train is much less crowded on the way home than in the morning. In the morning, I can never get a seat and am in a packed car with little room to breathe. So I really enjoy and appreciate the ride home. Listening to a little Led Zeppelin on the way also makes a great ending to my work day. I have to say, sometimes riding the Japan subway makes me very empowered. I feel like a strong woman that can do and go anywhere mainly because I have mastered the difficult Japan subway system that is full of chaotic transfers, crazy schedules, and lines that are never on any of my subway maps!
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