Looking to travel to Japan and need accessibility information? Join our group discussion on accessible travel in Japan and discover the best tips and tricks.
The Japan group is a community of travelers who are passionate about exploring Japan and sharing their experiences with others. This group is dedicated to discussing all aspects of accessible travel in Japan, including accommodations, transportation, tourist attractions, and cultural experiences, as well as links to accessible travel companies and organizations.
Whether you have been here a million times or planning your first visit, the Japan group is a welcoming community that offers support and encouragement for travelers of all abilities. By sharing their experiences and knowledge, members of the group are helping to make travel in Japan more accessible and enjoyable for everyone.
Are you sure you want to leave ?
Reply To: Tokyo Metro Accessibility
- ModeratorDecember 14, 2022 at 1:03 pm
They will definitely guide you to your train, and then to the exit after you arrive.
I am a power wheelchair user so don’t need to be pushed, but I don’t see why they wouldn’t help if needed. (I’m pretty sure I have seen them pushing people…)
Of course, they will only help with getting to and from your train, and you would be on your own if you want to do shopping or eat at a restaurant in one of the bigger stations.