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The streetcar system called "TODEN" used to have tens of lines to cover the central Tokyo, but only the Arakawa line remains now. So take this slow "TODEN" to experience the good old Tokyo.
The Arakawa line starts from Minowabashi station. To get there, get off at Minowabashi station on the subway Hibiya line and find "Exit 3" to come up to the ground. Then walk north for 5 minutes along the Showa Dori and Monowabashi station on TODEN is just behind the building on your left (shown in the picture, near a fruit store). You can go through this building freely to reach there.
The pictures below show the inside of typical TODEN. You should know that those silver-colored seats are specially for the aged or handicapped people.
Generally speaking, the people living around here (roughly from Minowabashi to O-ji) are not rich, but they have made very happy communities. In there, for example, older people are respected, and handicapped people are well taken care of unlike other areas in Tokyo.
[Translation by an automatic translator]
The order of priority in taking a seat of the Metropolitan streetcar. (unwritten law).
1 Handicapped person.
2 Old man (woman).j
3 Old man (man).
4 Pregnant woman.
5 The mother who held an infant.
@Moreover, you may keep taking a seat stately without being anxious to whom if the stomach of the last month of pregnancy is being rubbed with holding a nursing child for four-month-old with the old man and pushing crutches with you six years old because it is it.