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Travelling in Tokyo? From today you can enjoy lower priced taxi rides!
A new price system makes some taxi journeys over 40 per cent cheaper than before. Living expenses in Japan are often exorbitant, but taxi fares can be really amazing. However, the shocks are even greater if you only make a brief trip to Tokyo, as taxi fares would have been at least 730 Japanese Yen (US$5.80) even if you were driving down the hill.
However, since 30 January, fast taxi rides in the Japanese capitol have become much less expensive. Taxi cabs travelling through Tokyo's 23 stations have adapted their fares so that the counter no longer runs at 730 but at 410 instead, making the first trip more than 40 per cent less expensive than before.
While the current 730 Japanese yen starter tariff would bring you two kilometres (1.2 miles), the new 410 Japanese yen tariff only takes in the first 1,052 kilometres, a route that appears to require a two-kilometre journey as much as the old system will charge once the extra fees begin. However, with Tokyo metro fares from 160 Japanese yen per passenger, the 410 Japanese yen starter tariff could make a taxi an appealing option for groups of travellers travelling one stop further, e.g. from Shibuya to Harajuku or Hiroo to Roppongi.
Cab comfort from doorstep also reduces the need to go walking and minimises the chances of getting lost on the way, so taxi drivers are expecting the switch to a lower starter rate to result in more use of the taxi by overseas visitors and older people.