This is the surprising view presented to you as you emerge from the subway at Suidobashi station. I certainly wasn't expected a theme park over the road, anyway.
I went to Suidobashi because I had to get from Akihabara to Tokyo Tower. The journey meant switching stations at Suidobashi, so I had to walk from one to another. It is because the Metro station and the JR station are seperate, as they are run by seperate companies.
Using the trains in Tokyo was almost always a hassle free affair. Only when needing to change lines that different companies owned did some confusion arise. Like when the station we needed to get to wasn't displayed at the station we were at... or, bizarrely, when the station we were at was not displayed on the in-station maps. X_X
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