Jinrikisha or rickshaw is a two-wheeled passenger cart generally pulled by one person carrying one passenger. Pulled rickshaws were used as a popular form of transport faster than on foot until the development of railroads and waterways. Today, touristic places, such as Kyoto and Asakusa, still offer rickshaw services, which include provision of information about recommended spots and special attractions for tourists. Viewing the town from a slightly elevated perspective on a rickshaw while feeling the breeze on the skin can be quite refreshing. Actually, rickshaws may be the most advanced means of transportation in this age of social distancing.