Things You Should know about Japanese Trains

Aru Ressha Train 

A luxury education called Aru Rheshe ("A certain train") and the second period of its service began in Kyushu on weekends managed by the Kyushu Railway Company. Elegant yellow metal- and black coloured Sikhs, officially JR Kyushu are entitled to the Great Train, usually can make round-trip runs on weekends between Sasebo and Nagasaki ...

A-Train

The subject behind this Sikh "South Western European culture was common in Amakusa in the 16th century." The interior is made of dark fiery woods and the use of stained wine glass, and you feel as like in a movie scene. This train will give you a grand jury.

ASO Boy!

Aso Youngster is a restricted express coach service in Kyushu, Japan, operated by Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu) since June 2011. Coaches generally H. Works between Kumamoto and Miyaji through the ASO on the High Main Range. Sikh Mascot - Kuro- will welcome you. You will love the spectacular view of the ASO from Panorama seats at both ends of the coach. In Car-3 you will sit for people and a café and a children's playroom.

SAL Hittoyoshi

As its name implies, "SL" in SL Hitoyashi means steam locomotive. Coach works on coal because it makes you necessary on the Hissatsu range curved monitors. Sj Hetouysi JR Kyushu is one of the Railway Company's trains and works from Kumamoto to Hitovyi once a day and then comes back. For the ride, it takes approximately 156 minutes to stop in the following channels: Kumamoto, Shin-Yatsu Shiro, Yatsu Shiro, Sakamoto, Shiroshi, Ishochi, Vasari and Hitoyoshi SL Hitoyi is a sightseeing education that allows you to see the correct view of the Kumamoto countryside.

Ibusuki no Tametabako

Busuki no Tametabako has a limited coach who is controlled between Kagoshima-Chuo and Ibusuki. Japan Rail Cross completely covers this education without additional demand. However, there is absolutely no non-reserved seat. Reservations must be required. This is the first limited exhibition train on this section, the Ibsuki-Makurazaki range. This train works very slowly and runs for the sightseeing of the Kagoshima Inlet coastline. A particular Kiah 47 series manage this coach. This Sikh receives real Japanese atmosphere. Staff are above the speed. Since this coach has started to operate, it is one of the famous trains. Reserving the seat is tough.

Umisachi-Yamasachi

Umsachi Yamasaki works on the beautiful Nichinan coastline in Miyazaki Prefecture between Miyazaki city and Niagara, and it can take an hour and 40 minutes per hour. The train can stop many tips to take the scenario, and the OB's castle can stay in the city for ten minutes. You will search the people who sell the coach and the people present in the drinks and souvenirs and explain the what is seen with the Sikhs. Inside both, the trainers and fixtures are in local OB cedar, as is the unusual external cladding.

Hayato No Kaze

It operates between the express coach Yoshimatsu (Hissatsu Collection) and Kagoshima-Chuo. Places to be observed include the Karigawa stop, which still holds its original form from the Meiji period. Between Kagoshima and Shigetomi, you will also consider the Sakurajima volcano on Kinko Bay. Sikh provides an overview lounge. Bento is for sale for sale for lunchtime bins, local beer and sweet deals.

Eufun no Mori

If you are thinking of going to Kyushu during your stay in Japan, then I would suggest using Ufuun No More. Yufuin no Mori started on March 11, 1989, and is also controlled by JR Kyushu. It operates between Hakata Place in Fukuoka and Beppu train station in Oita. Yufuin No Morei is a sightseeing education. This does not mean that anyone will have to travel only for sightseeing. On this train, the journey is just as remarkable as the holiday spot. A coach riding is the experience of the entire tourist spots.

800 series Shinkansen

800 series Qishu Shinkansen is a Japanese Shinkansen High-Speed Sikh type managed by Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu) on the High-Speed Rail Range. Trains from Tsubam services were unveiled since March 2004, manufactured by Hitachi. The maximum range of the 800 series is 260 kilometres / h (160 miles per hour), though its maximum design intensity is 285 kilometres / h (177 miles per hour). In 2005, Japan was one of the two recipients of the 45th Laurel Prize awarded by the Golf Golf Club.

Isaboro / Shanpei

This train works between Kumamoto-Hitohoshi and Yoshimatsu (Kagoshima). The appointed Sikhs for Yoshimatsu are known as "Isaboro", and the determined coach for Kumamoto-Hitohoshi is called "Shinpai". The title of this teaching is of two people who dedicate their lives to the development of the railroad through the Meiji period. Travellers will like the magnificent views of Sakurima Mountain and the Sakurajima Volcano with top train windows.

Fruitea Fukushima

Fukushima Prefecture is found with a right amount of fruit, which includes apples, peaches, Japanese pears and grapes. An education that leverages the facade of Fukushima by giving the original sweet and freshness made from the fruits stated in the prefecture within their vehicles, by the graphic of the red-tiled roof structure in "Frutita Fukushima" on the outside surfaces Is designed. Stucco surfaces of the black colour of Tsuruga Castle and old Japanese folk houses. This look expresses peace between your unique scenes in the train brand, which exhibits the American smart choice Meiji and Taisho period, and the full range of mother nature.

Hankai Tramway

Hankai Tramway is a company that works as two tram lines running from southern Osaka to Sakai city. This is the only tramline service in Osaka, and it provides a long record. The Hanky Tramway Company was founded in 1910, but one of its lines is also old and schedule since 1900. Nowadays you will see many trams working on trunk lines and some of them are very modern and modern, but others are ancient models that were before 1928 before that time.

KIHA303

The Keyha 303 series is a DMU, which is fully managed by the Kyushu Railway Company on the Yufuin no Mori service in Kyushu, Japan. A 3-car archive was launched on March 11, 1989, and it was replaced with a new system from East-Kehha 58 and Keyah 65 DMU Automobile; In April 1990, by adding Sihi 303, the Sikhs were increased to 4 autos.

KIHA702

The Kominato Railway Keya 702 series teaches a single car diesel multiple product (DMU), between the third sector, the 39.1 km (24.3 miles) Kominato line, by the railway operator Kominato Railway, the Chiba Prefecture, between Goi and Kazusa-Nakano in Japan Managed, all of the 200 series vehicles that were built, from 1962 to April 1, 2016, are working 14.

DD13-551

Countrywide Rail DD 13 Type Diesel Locomotive (DD13 diesel engine motor) Japan is an upgraded water diesel locomotive manufactured by the national railway (public railway). It is a locomotive that has been developed primarily for the use of vehicle replacement work in the backyard compound. Before forming this form, the old-fashioned steam engine like B6, 9600, 8620, which was produced during the war, was built by Meiji / Taisho time, used to replace the vehicle. , Though in urban areas.

Kichigahara Station Kitty Stationmaster, Kotra

Japanese fully felines love Talking of Felin in Japan, Felin Cafe is famous where you can play pet cats with your drinks and sweets. Even pet cats cafes are also far away. Moreover, we also have a cat station expert in Japan. Today, we will inform you In Wakayama Prefecture, Wakayama Electric Railway is the first of the most famous tama in Kishi stops, which was always a female wandering cat. His process was to congratulate the people, and many people started visiting railway stations to meet him. There is also a cafe called 'Tama Cafe' at the railway station. 'The railway company is in a dangerous condition, but due to that, its business is better. It passed in June last year, and the sad news has multiplied throughout the world. Now he has understood Natma as a new cat girl.

Asinomaki-Onsen Station Kitten Stationmaster, Bus

Meet Pet Cat Stationmaster 'Love' at the Asinomaki Onsen Train Station in the Azeu-Wakamatsu area of Fukushima. Love on the honorary role as the small, rural place on the AZu series on the 2016 change requires love, the exchange of its predecessor 'bus'.
The people of the station can meet with love, as well as with their minds, and understand the station's shop as well as take a break at the cafe bus (9 am-4am), do not forget the mountain scenes from the stop system (Ashinomaki-Onsen Train Station is actually one of the most iconic channels in rural Japan).
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