Unique Facts : Japan And Its Busiest Train Stations In The World
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Unique facts. Trains are created to transport passengers in big capacity. The effectiveness of its functions, offer people with amount of time saved. For example you could possibly be dreading on a 6 hours drive to Bandung, but by trains you save three hours of your life from traffic. Besides it's fast, train gave you an economical advantage as well. It's cheap and affordable.
Aside from the positive things, commuters have also experienced bad situation such as how morning rush looks like. But try imagine, if the train stations you usually go to are the busiest station in the world. Would you rather spend your time to tackle everybody around you or go by private transportation?
The following are the three busiest train stations in the world.
1. Shinjuku Station ( Tokyo, Japan ) 1,260,000,000
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Japan have the most busiest train stations in the world. And one of them is Shinjuku Station, it was counted of average 3.5 million passengers passing through everyday. With an approximately 1.26 billion people a year.
2. Shibuya Station ( Tokyo, Japan ) 1,090,000,000
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As the center of Tokyo, Shibuya Station is the second world's busiest train station. It is the place where you could see the famous Hachiko's statue that you saw in one of American movies, about a faithful dog who waited for hid dead master outside of Shibuya station for nine years.
3. Ikebukuro Station (Tokyo, Japan) 910,000,000
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Ikebukuro Station is located in the heart of Tokyo, the area around is surrounded by department stores such as Seibu and Parco. No wonder Ikebukuro Station is one of the busiest train station in the world.