There are some train stations in Tokyo that don’t have elevators OR escalators, only stairs!
So you can really get stuck if you are on your own with your baby and a pram.
Here’s some advice on how to call the station staff for help with carrying your pram up the stairs.
Here is a photo of the Hiroo station staff helping me with my pram. He kindly let me take an action shot!
Hiroo Station is a good example of a station that doesn’t have escalators or elevators (only stairs)
When you call, tell them which entrance you are at. In the case above, I was at entrance number 3 (the number in the black box on the sign).
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To see all Tokyo Urban Baby movies and YouTube tutorials see:
Tokyo Urban Baby channel on YouTube
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