"Some of the wonders still remain, as you will see," said Colonel Craig as he helped her into a jinrikisha.
He used to go to university by a jinrikisha; it took about 40 minutes.
All Japanese dignitaries and nearly all foreigners use the jinrikisha, which has the right of way in the narrow streets.
The man-power vehicle, par excellence, is the jinrikisha of Japan.
Take, for example, the poor fellow who pulls the jinrikisha.
The jinrikisha is the commonest of all vehicles now in use in Japan.
It is used largely in Hongkong for climbing the steep streets which are impossible for the jinrikisha.
They have decided advantages over the jinrikisha, chiefly in the way of speed, personal comfort, and pleasure.
jinrikisha, jin-rik′i-sh, n. a small, two-wheeled hooded carriage drawn by men.
We even frequently see European ladies drawn in a jinrikisha by a youth completely naked with the exception of the blue girdle.