1Request to Passengers
Thank you for using the Kyoto City Subway.
|If you are bringing large luggage on the train, please make sure it does not interfere with the ability of others to ride as well. Large Luggage & Suitcases|
|If you happen to see someone who is visually impaired or blind, please help him or her if you have the chance. For example, you may ask him or her questions such as the following:
|Please refrain from using your cellular device, smartphones, or hand-held gaming systems while walking in the station as it is a danger to yourself and others.|
|Each train has priority seats for the disabled, elderly, and pregnant women. Although anyone can sit in priority seats, we ask of you to offer your seat in the event that such a person boards the train. Priority Seats|
|If an emergency situation occurs (such as someone falling onto the tracks or collapsing on the train), please press the emergency button closest to you. In the Case of Emergency|
|If you are utilizing a wheelchair, please feel free to contact the station attendant for help if necessary.|
|Families with baby strollers can utilize every train.|
|Please refrain from shouting or causing a commotion on the train and at the station.|
|Please do not throw away trash on the train or at the station.|
|Smoking is prohibited on the train and at the station.|
|Please turn off your mobile phones when near the priority seats or when the bus is crowded. For all other situations, please turn your mobile phones to silent mode and refrain from taking calls.|
|Do not go on the tracks. If you happen to drop something, please contact the nearest station attendant for help.|
|Please refrain from entering the train last-minute as it is dangerous.|
The train doors will open and close automatically. Do not attempt to open them with any device (such as an umbrella or cane) as it is extremely dangerous.
2Locating a Subway Station
Use the route map to figure out which line you need to take.
The name of the station, station number, and the entrance/exit number are listed at the entrance to each subway station.
3Getting to the Ticket Gate
There are signs that will guide you throughout each station.
- There are guidance signs on the walls and ceiling of each station. Please use the signs to help guide you toward the ticket gate.
- There is a route & fare chart (A) and ticket machines (B) near the vicinity of the ticket gates.
4Which Ticket Will You Use to Ride the Train?
Please select the ticket you will use.
Tickets are sold in the station. If you do not have a ticket, you cannot board the train. Tickets are not sold at the boarding platforms or inside the train.
- The JAPAN RAIL PASS is not accepted.