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north towards.Watch out.
Announcement:Shortly the train pass through
north towards.Watch out.
The Hokuriku Shinkansen bullet train line to Kanazawa, opened on March 14th, 2015. Today, we are going to introduce you the activities of Fukui prefecture for increasing travelers who are from large cities and along the Shinkansen line. Hokuriku Shinkansen bullet train line started ! This is Kanazawa station. Many Shinkansen passengers are getting off. The numbers of visitors to Fukui prefecture and business opportunities are expected to be increased by opening this Shinkansen line. Therefore, Fukui prefecture is having several events and so on to spread the charms of Fukui to many people. Fukui sightseeing concierge has been arranged here at Kanazawa station. For the ones who visit Kanazawa to go to Fukui prefecture as well, the concierge gives them the information of sightseeing and/or events in Fukui. And here at the entrance of Fukui prefecture, the west gate of JR Fukui station, there are full size dinosaur models such as 10 meters of Fukuititan that was excavated in Fukui prefecture, and few others are placed there It is the first time in the world for any moving monuments precisely based on academic study to be out of the museums and be placed in a station square. The 45 meters wide picture of dinosaurs is on the wall outside of Fukui station. There is also a trick art that looks like real dinosaurs are coming out from it. And if you download a special free application, you can see a video in which dinosaurs lived in its era and/or take pictures with dinosaurs with the station scenery as the background. It is exactly the entrance of the kingdom of dinosaurs in Fukui prefecture. It is very powerful and fun. Right?! When visitors come to Fukui prefecture from other prefectures, this is a good place for them to recognize that there are dinosaurs in Fukui prefecture. There are “Fukui’s highly recommended sightseeing spots bus tours” for visitors to visit many different tourism spots. It is extravagant tour that it will start from Awara Onsen (Awara hot spring), Tojinbo cliff, Eiheiji temple and the dinosaur museum, and you will get to see all of them in a day. Will you ask your friends from outside of Fukui to go on a must tour with you? As you saw, in Fukui prefecture, they are promoting all those things to increase the visitors. Moreover, they are pushing it to have early open for the Shinkansen line between Kanazawa and Tsuruga. It has been decided in this January, to open the Shinkansen line 3 years earlier as a result of making their original proposal of shortening the Shinkansen line construction to the government. The construction of Kuzuryu river bridge and New Hokuriku tunnel will be go into full swing as well. Using the Hokuriku Shinkansen line which is being progressed, will you ask your friends from outside the prefecture to visit Fukui?
Japan’s bullet train or Shinkansen system is one of mankind’s modern technological marvels in its over 50 years of operation the Shinkansen has transported over 10 billion passengers more than the total population of earth at speeds exceeding 200 miles an hour for some trains in the most earthquake-prone country on the planet one would expect the worst to happen but of all those billions of passengers there have been zero passenger fatalities in operation it’s a safe efficient and convenient system and we mean convenient on this episode of the American rail club we’re taking the world’s ultimate train from Tokyo to Osaka and back taking a day journey while exploring the history of the Shinkansen and its possibilities around the world and in America welcome aboard pick a seat and enjoy the ride [Music] [Music] it’s early in the morning on our trip to Japan and we’re taking the day to go from our hotel in Tokyo to Osaka we’ll be taking the 754 AM Nozomi Express Shinkansen from Shinagawa station to arrive at Xin Osaka by 10:20 a.m. from there we’ll go to Universal Studios Japan for the morning and afternoon and then to dote on Mori at night where we will then return back afterwards on the 9:10 p.m. Nozomi to arrive at Tokyo by 11:35 p.m. pretty full day none of us ever had a packed travel day like this by train especially between two major cities separated by over 320 miles something like this would only be possible by bullet train and it’s time to start getting to the station but first let’s pick up something to eat grabbing some breakfast over in Kamata was quick and inexpensive and the food in Japan is pretty tasty and healthier than my guilty pleasure of – bacon egg and cheese McGriddle and so we stood out our morning let’s do this you can see how everything’s like got my sheet here and I have a gonna cleaning towel everything – something you don’t see back at home afterwards time to take the K in tohoku up to Shinagawa station with our Shing Content tickets already bought the day before [Music] then it’s on to the platform of the backbone of Japan’s infrastructural engine the Shinkansen what I mean this system is punctual it redefines it entirely the clockwork of seeing this amazing system in action is awe-inspiring to anyone even if they aren’t interested in trains the engineering the speed and the timing safety and the people behind it all of this make it what it is kind of surreal but it’s like wow pretty much everything worked and I was supposed to ended this posed to be for 748 or like a 739 so everything is super punctual just the way let’s get our seats on board settle in and discuss it more in depth on board but not too much as we’ll only be here for two hours and twenty minutes to cover 320 miles but first breakfast [Music] [Music] the development of the shikon s’en literally translated as new trunk line was long in the making in 1903 Germany tested the first electric multiple unit train that reached a record 130 miles an hour compared to regular locomotives which lead the passenger cars to either push or pull a train electric multiple units or e/m use are a different layout where motors are distributed along the entire train to increase efficiency for 1903 however technology hadn’t quite figured out how to sync all the motors to not resist and limit each other but a standing impression would be made on a young engineer of the Japanese railway Bureau sent to observe the test yasujiro Shima he had a dream to create Japan’s first bullet train or Dangan arisia connecting Tokyo all through Shimonoseki the western end of Japan’s main island Honshu plans were actually made and worked for the doc gonorrhea shop project in 1939 instead of using electricity however it would be steam but those plans bombed after something called World War 2 which devastated Japan’s infrastructure and burned down a majority of Tokyo and the single most destructive and deadly bombing attack in human history Japan adhering to the principles of fall down seven times get up eight had a chance to reinvent itself and three major factors would do it number one is decision to electrify its major railways gained through the sovereignty of the San Francisco treaty Japan was under immense pressure by the United States and General MacArthur to adopt diesel engines due to austerity measures and a dependency it would create on Japan to outside sources of fuel mainly Americas but thankfully it dodged that stinky bullet number two the Japanese National Railways or jnr had this man as its president Shinji so go under his leadership JR would be able to make bold decisions to grow its services then there was a dice on sale yoku or big factor number three the chief engineer at Jan arm Hideo Chima remember yasujiro Chima earlier who witnessed the record test in Germany Hideo is his son or Musco okay I’ll try to cut back on the Japanese learning there is no quiz after this in the 1950s jay-ar was struggling to keep up with the demand of population and economic growth and proposed to plans of building new narrow gauge lines along its Tokaido corridor between Tokyo and Osaka but Shinji and had a hoe had a third infant plan I mean I meant plan this plan would build a new larger standard gauge passenger rail network segregated away from freight and slower passenger trains achieve speeds in excess of a hundred thirteen miles per hour as well as followed much of the previous bullet train plan from 1939 except this time using electric multiple units the 2500 meter turning radius four corners standard on modern Shinkansen lines that was actually carried over from the 1939 plan the plans were approved in 1958 with engineering quickly commencing and construction beginning in 1959 to connect Tokyo to Osaka this Shinkansen plan or new trunk line after the standard gauge designation also brought along the ridicule moaning and hysteria from other superiors in Jnr the Japanese government and the media all throughout the planning and construction Shima and slow go were deemed madmen for sticking to trains in a coming age of automobiles and airplane words that would probably make the best humble pie with MIT’s crow later the Shinkansen was massively expensive with a budget of 1.6 billion u.s. dollars in that year which doubled to an actual of 3.2 billion u.s. dollars from 1963 to 2018 dollars that’s nearly twenty six billion dollars even including all new engineering research design and manufacturing it’s still more than half the cost per mile of California’s now 100 billion dollar project but because of these cost overruns in out of respect both so go followed by Shima resigned from J&R before ultimately the fruit of theirs and thousands of others laborers who realized on October 1st 1964 right on time for the Tokyo Olympics the era of high-speed rail had begun since the Shinkansen opening jnr had run into a lot of cost problems but contrary to popular belief this wasn’t actually created because of debt acquired from the Shinkansen project itself quite the contrary actually it paid in spades and it was subsidizing the two biggest losses for Jun are forced construction of commuter railways in sparse urban areas and government constraints on fare increases with inflation the change came when jnr was eventually split regionally into private companies rather than a public government corporation in 1987 these new japan rail or jr companies brought the much-needed technological improvements especially to rail service like the Shinkansen which stayed with the initial zero series Hikari for nearly 20 years after introduction in 1987 the year of breakup and privatization the 100 series Shinkansen ran at a hundred 37 mile an hour top speed top speed by 1992 was increased to a hundred seventy miles an hour by the series 300 by 2000 the series 500 could reach 186 miles an hour and today and e5 Shinkansen can reach 200 miles an hour hooray for capitalism the amazing history behind the Shinkansen is the reason why Japan and its visitors are able to enjoy the comforts it affords today the seating on board is rather comfy in the reserved class with plenty of space to stretch out eat on tables and put your luggage on top without worrying about running out of space and checking it in the bathrooms aren’t pristine have actual functioning sinks push button operation and sized properly for actual human beings not goblins like on Amtrak japanese etiquette suggests for you to stay quiet at a conversational level in the cars and if you need a good walking stretch or a talk on the cell phone there’s the in-between cars that have cell phones smoking areas and bathrooms the rails on which the bullet trains right upon are as smooth as a silk kimono every night of every day a crew of about 3,000 across the network perform maintenance and needed repairs on a track that takes close to 370 trains per day the receiving a dedicated inspection train equipped with gear like laser measuring equipment called doctor yellow which is quite a rare sight but hey with my luck I snapped a picture of what a Ginza then there’s the punctuality of the entire network which I previously talked about the average delay if there even is a delay for the Shinkansen is a scant 30 seconds thanks to the teamwork of everyone and the skill of the conductor’s I’m sure you’ve seen the videos of cleaning crews that clean these trains that seat 1200 plus people in only seven minutes flat I didn’t get a chance to see them but their work obviously shows as everything is clean whisking through over the rural parts of Japan cities tunnels and mountains it becomes clear how amazing these trains really are and how it has enabled Japan’s economy to reach the level it has we were already getting close when we looked back at our watches and realize how quick two hours and 300 miles had gone nobody was cramped and we were all relaxed at exactly 1019 we were at the station and we felt cheated out of our early minute so we stayed here gawking at the bullet trains for a bit more [Music] and another weekend by the way these shirts you can get them on the ark teespring and more goodies back to scheduled programming the amount of time the bullet train has given us to enjoy another part of the country was time well spent [Music] from shin-osaka we were able to easily and quickly board a train to osaka station then transfer Anisha Kujo to head for Universal City station to Universal Studios Japan [Music] [Music] [Music] it’s almost as if somebody stopped time were able to arrive here with ease and get to basically the reason why we came to Japan in the first place JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure the ride after we did all we wanted there we had enough time to take a train over to Osaka famous daughter amore district Osaka is known for its culinary culture frequently called the kitchen of Japan there’s even a saying in Japan that goes Kyoto No kia ora Osaka no cuido meaning one dresses into decadence in Kyoto and one eats into decadence in Osaka thus the Japanese term cuidado or to over indulge yourself in food [Music] [Music] indeed the food in Osaka is amazing although I think osakans are confused with how hamburgers are used but apart from cuisine the sights and lights of Osaka are enough to feed the eyes and the senses which reminds me of the old Cuban saying of bodega Jana Corazon contento or bellyful and heart content and with our heart content and legs exhausted it was time to get ourselves back to Tokyo before midnight on the last train home upon the platform itself we were able to get ourselves some Japanese snacks and alcohol to add eyes bleary to the ailments incredible how convenient it is to have a convenience store right on the platform it just works on the way back I thought about the immense amount of possibilities a system like this would bring to the u.s. much of the world including France Germany China Taiwan Italy Spain and even Morocco now have high-speed rail systems while America has dug itself in a dark hole of automobile and airline dependency the same hole that Japan avoided nearly 50 years ago thanks to the brave and innovative men that pioneered the Shinkansen the journey we took on the Shinkansen is by car would take over six hours and eight by bus that’s already half that they’d gone sure planes once they were in the air can go pretty fast but accounting for flight time plus security check plus boarding disembarking and traveling to and from the airport and your one and a half hour flight to turn to about three or four hours of total travel time there’s a reason why the Shinkansen rules an outright majority of share and travel between these two cities for starting at around $95 for this lower service to 130 dollars for the express one-way marginally cheaper bus tickets and fluctuating airline tickets around the same prices with fees don’t seem to be a good deal and one ride on the Shinkansen you can tell why the competition is scared around the world there’s actually hope for the system to come to the US through the Texas Central Railway Company coincidentally being done with the assistance of jr. Central the same company that runs the Tokaido Shinkansen we took if you want to learn a little bit more information about that you can click this video over here although we’ll be coming out with more information on it pretty soon it’ll be linked over here Japan isn’t done yet improvements to speed on the current system are currently being tested with the new Alpha X experimental train capable of over 225 miles per hour then there’s the great leap forward with what we dub the Hyperloop killer that actually exists the SC maglev this train has been breaking record at the record with the latest one in 20 fifteen at 375 miles an hour with more to go the test line in Yamanashi will be open to the public come the 2020 Olympics around the corner rhyming with history just as Japan unveiled its first Shinkansen in 1964 maybe someday the US will be able to realize the benefits of rail and we too can raise the ceiling of what is possible within our country whether it’s an easy day trip to a city 300 miles away facilitating jobs in the new economy or bringing family together the passenger train has an important place in a nation’s of modern infrastructure Japan has proved that for itself and the rest of the world it’s amazing that more than 10 billion passengers including myself and my friends have journeyed on this amazing work of human wonder and engineering with no fatalities making it probably the safest place to be in the world on top of unheard-of punctuality spectacular speed and surplus comfort it’s an experience and adventure that you too can have and hope to get a chance to hop on board whether it’s in Japan Europe or in the near future in America thank you for watching this video on American rail club if you want more real news on transit infrastructure and high speed rail in America and around the world be sure to subscribe and pull that belt share this video with friends interested in trains or planning a trip to Japan it’s no cost and everyone is welcome aboard want to support arc further upgrade your ticket to ride by supporting us on patreon where just $1 will get you access to exclusive videos and behind-the-scenes before the general public thank you for writing them next up the future [Music]
we just bought our tickets and we’re going to wear nobody out I lost the ticket not this time again why Michael really yes you have to buy it again even with the receipt yes [Music] so we’re heading to Nagoya today Micah’s hometown see the parents I’m excited Nagoya is known for milk honey tomatoes and Toyota cars it should be a good time so I’m holding my bag and I’m holding this thing and I can’t turn off the camera stupid bag so we got to go buy our tickets over there [Music] that news I just lost my ticket no no it is I think I dropped my ticket in between buying the ticket going through the turnstile and then trying to get on to the train or in Chandigarh now we’re about to get on the Shinkansen it’s about thirty minutes with the Train I’m kinda scared you might have to repurchase it because it’s gonna be like 10,000 yen so we’re gonna try to negotiate with them we don’t know what’s gonna happen I need to get this one in the day in age where everything is digital how difficult is it to just print out a new receipt [Music] I mean doesn’t masturbate hi so uh pardon me hi today no way about it thank you yes you got a ticket I love Japanese people so cool hey look it’s a Nicki Ben you know what I mean so we’re on the way to see microspheres but on the way there and we’re gonna stop by Michael’s friend’s house think they’re gonna make us some dinner we’ve arrived so we’re in the wine store Michaels taking forever but this happens easily like a good boyfriend Iowa [Music] reversal [Music] [Music] [Music] sweets all right time to get on the train birds so we don’t have a lot of time we stayed with Mexico and heat away too long and now we got a rush pick up our stuff and catch a train to my girl’s parents place [Music] [Applause] [Music] so you made it back months ago and healer job we’re awesome we had a great dinner we had some wine really excited to go see Michael’s parents you know it’s really interesting to see how like different people live in Japan I mean they have like the whole fifties things going on I never expected that to like be a thing in Japan but they really liked it they’re really really good people and hey in the future we might go see them again [Music]
in this video I’m gonna show you guys my top mentors at Shinagawa station a lot of people that are going down south or even up north you can actually take the Shinkansen from Shinagawa station there’s just so many different options here that I kind of learn to break it down and show you some of my favorites when you come here you’re not kind of lost you don’t know what to get and don’t worry I brought my co along again to show you some of her favorites because I know you guys like that as well so before I would continue if you guys what helps go out the channel that definitely check out the Tokyo merch and if you want to see what I’m doing on the daily then definitely check out the Instagram account so if you’re getting on the Shinkansen train from Tokyo there’s a good chance you’ll be heading out from Shinagawa station and there’s no experience like getting a proper bento lunchbox take video on the Shinkansen ride I’ve already created a bento video for Tokyo Station so it only made sense to take you on the tour of this major train up as well at Shinagawa station bento shopping will be mainly at the acute south or acute area acute South offers more souvenir sweets with a few bentos and acute which is the area closest to the Shinkansen entrance has a wider selection of bento options number seven vada Tadashi dong from second ibaka Shinagawa used to only have one sushi shop Takia walker which has been our favorite since you can’t really go wrong with their sushi recently sakana bucka joined the fray on the cute side Sakana baka is a fish store with three locations in Tokyo so you know they’re coming without wake you up in the morning freshness check out this baracci dashi all of the different loveliness a lot of times I’ll get sushi when I go on a train this time I wanted to kind of do it a little bit differently to show you guys that you can get everything just like chopped up and ready to go in this little little bento some salmon you have some egg you have some scallops you have some puto it has some kampachi and the right stuff is quite a lot quite like a full meal and all the different pieces in there as always the fish is fresh got some wasabi in there as well to give it that nice nasal clearing of that scallop [Music] but she’s always nice as well the fish is fresh egg is on point so I always choose of Jessie or any kind of like fresh fish so I like this one because it’s got it’s kind of rare to have just like huge chunk of course at agency and it has like a fancier version I think it’s too hot so we’re gonna move to another spot this is a little bit better the lighting isn’t as good but there’s better silence so you guys can hear me better so we’re gonna do it here instead number six Japanese capo bento at not Iman not Iman is a luxury Japanese restaurant chain with about a hundred nine years of history serving their elegant capo style bento box you can also find this shop in many department stores but this Shinagawa shop offers limited Shinagawa only bento boxes because let’s be real who wants a bento box that you can get at any other old train station so this is actually mykos pick and it’s kind of like the utility bento because it has all these little pockets of Japanese goodness so you got some yuba right there you have some shredded beef right there you have like your regular standard sheet ducky two kinds of rice you have like an OCO which is some bamboo try this meat luscious whoa there’s a lot of flavor in there you have some sesame seeds in there but there’s a lot of lot of flavor and it’s almost like so savory that you want to mix it with some rice and kind of like balance it out a little bit like that and mix it a little bit like that and then have a bite my other favourite I have a piece of this Yuba this kind of like like a tofu skin that’s good you can see all the different layers that I just bit into bamboo is really good too so another bunch meant though it’s like comes in like a little tiny dishes and you get a little bite of a lot of things basically like a couple style and only all the girls like that right the seasoning is not too much it’s just like on point dude it comes down it’s like there’s a lot of Japanese steroids bento just get this one no like you’re gonna like it no matter what number five you Tandang from Riku who wants more meat we’ve got it so this is you tone which is actually beef tongue you can see these little thinly sliced pieces of beef tongue and what’s special about this one is that it comes in a very very thick tray because it’s actually self cooking it actually has like the heater at the bottom here we pulled the string from here and it actually cooks it you let it sit for maybe like seven to eight minutes and it cooks itself and now we’re gonna have just lovely meal a Kabul beef tongue itself is good the sauce is a little bit like sweet and almost like tangy at the same time if you don’t want too much of that sauce and maybe just like use it sparingly in terms of the portions it’s not like the largest fortunes in the world but this thing is quite heavy because it has a heater can see right this is not an actual tray itself so there’s not a lot I always have to have more meat there’s only like one two three four like five pieces of beef tongue here and they’re like really thinly sliced and it is so good it is so good and it’s nice to have a warm dish number four egg katsu sandwich from Tory throat imago with taro taro is a shop where you can throw down on some matsutake tamago from fukagawa taro known for their kim kardashian tamagoyaki yeah i just made that up please please don’t ask them for the Kim K special look at that tamagoyaki look how perfectly cooked that is you can see all the different layers of the tamagoyaki a fried around this Punk across kinda like the pork katsu and then you have this nice nice white bread a sandwich for the gods mmm that’s good egg is perfectly seasoned it sounds to me to know like it has more of a savoriness to it crust itself is not like that crunchy but as you can see it has like the mayonnaise on here and it has some peppers gives it like a nice tangy bite to it which I really like and then the peppers just kind of rounded out this sandwich is just perfect for on-the-go look at that it’s like that 5-finger discount I mean it was no discount all right all right before we continue time to pay for Michael’s haircut I want to thank our sponsor or sheriff shark VPN for sponsoring this video without them I wouldn’t be able to make these videos for you guys if you guys don’t already know sir shark VPN is one of the best ways to keep your sensitive data secure in fact I’ve been using surf shark VPN for over a month now and it just gives me that peace of mind what I’m traveling to all of my data is secure because lean or not I have to do banking outside I have to access some kind of sensitive information what I’m traveling and just having that bpn is that security blanket that just 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has egg oh I think I just got a seaweed itself has been wrapped around here so you can see that it gets a little bit dry if you heard had like any giddy at the convenience or sometimes actually have the plastic separating the seaweed in the rice so it doesn’t get too soggy this one is just a little bit on the soggy side but that’s one style that’s nice it has a pork meat in there and in fact that was like a really juicy piece of pork it’s actually on the really really savory side and you can see that it has kind of a egg yolk in there pork oh there’s another bit let me just pull this out it’s a really fat piece of pork this one will get you out of the bed in the morning and say hey I might have a heart attack got some spicy cod roe on top it has some melted cheese there’s some mayonnaise there it has some spicy color on the side and it’s all wrapped around this beautiful nodi seaweed have a bite of this loveliness the mayonnaise I don’t know do you guys like mayonnaise but that mayonnaise is just a really delicious the spicy cod is nice the cheese is nice like you can’t go wrong with this one this is like a hefty rice ball you’re into like that junky junk and this one is something you want to put in your trunk eat raw like the basic of the basic I like how they have like a lot of sesame seeds in there like you get the crunch look crunch but like the texture as well as the sweet Nene kombu they don’t do it so salty it’s more than like a sweet side it’s just like a really good balance with rice number two the shinkansen thick dog to make this special treat benter into the back area of acute into the small grocery and bakery area where you could find wine shops cheese and a meat deli I picked up the bun from an old French bakery called Paul they offer amazing sandwiches but I went for their pants on a roll the sausage is from Bon Marche Kodama which is just across from the paul bakery they have a wide selection of sausages you can customize to your taste oh and they also have a cafe space in the back and if you come in the morning you can even throw down on there all-you-can-eat prosciutto morning buffet look at the size of that wiener and it’s a spicy version but you can get like different flavors which is really cool about this shop what I like to do as I take this bread it’s kind of like a show pun but it’s actually a little bit like harder and your normal show pun has that like kind of chewy texture to it so I take it and I open up the bread just like so and once it’s open I put the Wiener inside and this is what you get sometimes in Japan you get like a hot dog and the hot dog is actually smaller than the fun who does that that’s insanity sausage must always be bigger than the bun if you guys agree with me then let me know in the comments if you think that the bun could be bigger than the sausage then I really don’t think you’d be friends just take a bite out of that mmm the Wiener has like that nice a spicy kick to it and you can see that it still has a collar different meat chunks it hasn’t been processed that much it has I call the fresh sausage in there for the bread itself it’s nice it has like a nice texture when you buy like a chewy texture a little hard ones like a French bread but a lot more chewy it just goes so well with this sausage hmm the meat store itself has all different types of me next to it there’s like a cheese store this I can get pate knee like different kinds of bread at the bakery can’t get enough this so number one spanish bogota liberica pork jus hat he should look at this a pork and bento work perfectly marinated in a dark a sugary brown sauce it has a nice shishito has some tamagoyaki this is actually like their most popular bento at the store that’s a lot but we’re gonna try to fit it in my mouth hmm the pork itself its luscious it’s tender the sauce is quite sweet does have karashi put a little bit on this just like so and as I like to say I’m reloaded that’s also gonna that mustard look at this meat it’s Express aching like juice I can tell it’s juicy [Music] it’s season in this perfect suite a medium-sized saucepan a sauce oh my god is so good as you can see it does have a lot of fat but like you know who II feel like it’s heavy alright so that concludes the video if you liked it help me out and hit that like button and for those of you who keep on asking for the daily live videos don’t worry I have another day in life video coming next week so definitely stay tuned if you want to see more of what I’m doing on the daily then definitely check out my Instagram account if you want help support the channel then definitely check out the Tokyo merch and if you want to see more of these dapeng guys tips and tricks on what to do in Tokyo then definitely hit that subscribe button and the Bell button that all said I’ll catch you guys in the next one
東北新幹線で時速360km/hの営業運転を実現する為 ついにALFA-Xの試運転が始まりました。 ノーズが長い！ この後ろ姿もなかなかカッコイイ 時速400km/hでの試運転も予定しているようですが 明け方、仙台に帰路につくALFA-Xは スピードを抑えているようですね。
I’m going back to see my family for the first time in half a year First to Tokyo Station Reserving Shinkansen seats with the EX app This time we left slowly in the evening.
Always make a reservation for the Shinkansen after the time is fixed Plus EX members can make reservations and change online. You can take reserved seats for the same price as non-reserved seats. Convenient! Arrived at Tokyo Station Just insert the card and enter my PIN Buy souvenirs for my family I haven’t eaten anything in the morning so I bought cutlet sandwiches, donuts and latte It takes about two and a half hours from Tokyo Station to Shin-Osaka Station. I have time to edit the video Video editing is fun. It will take time soon Soon to arrive at Shin-Osaka Station It ’s the left side in Tokyo and the right side in Osaka,so I feel strange when I come back after a long time. There were many people at Shin-Osaka Station When I arrive at Shin-Osaka Station, I feel that I’m back I will spend my time relaxing with my family❃