Station Lockers in Japan: A Comprehensive Guide for Travelers

  • Published on : 17/04/2024
  • by : Japan Experience

Traveling around Japan is an incredible experience, but hauling heavy luggage can quickly put a damper on your adventures. Fortunately, coin lockers are a convenient storage solution found in most Japanese train stations, allowing you to stow your bags and explore cities hands-free. In this guide, we'll cover everything you need to know about using station lockers in Japan, including types, sizes, usage tips, and recommended services to make your journey as smooth as possible.



 

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