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Riding a train is an everyday reality for most people in Japan. If you're taking a subway or a commuter train, you can buy a ticket from a machine and ride to your destination without talking to anyone. But if you want to go a bit further afield, you're going to approach the dreaded ticket counter. What are all these fancy words they're using and how do you explain where you want to go, how, and when? Check out this lesson to find out.

Maturity: General
Native: English, Target: Japanese
Hosts: Wakako, Jason
Topics: trains, tickets, buying

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