CONTRIBUTED BY STACI HAWLEY
I don’t have to remind everyone of the strict drinking and driving laws here in Japan. The blood alcohol limit is .03 (which is really less than a half a drink). So don’t risk it. Pretty much, I don’t drink anything and drive. It’s just too risky altogether. The thought of injuring someone- or spending a few years in a hard labor camp should be enough to keep you from getting behind the wheel.
Request “Daiko Service”
Give your location, description of your vehicle, and your final destination
Here’s the number to Daiko: 645-8888 OR 098-970-8888.
Perhaps you prefer a more traditional ride- here’s the numbers to a variety of off-base cabs:
Hijagawa Taxi, KAD 956-2215
Kita Koutsu Taxi, KIT 935-2138
Meiho Taxi, OKI 937-2467
Okito Taxi, KAB: 634-5900, Foster: 637-5900, Courtney: 622-5900 (9 passenger vans available)
Toho Taxi, CHA 936-6393
Toyo Kotsu, CHA 936-7027
Yuuna Taxi, KIT 932-6771
So readers, do you have a good reliable cab company that you use?
What’s the easiest place to “hail” a cab?
Do you have a good place that you leave you car-then cab?
Share your wealth.
Unfortunately, the author does not get out much past seven.