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Japan’s Newest Luxury Train Will Spoil Guests As They Enjoy Different Sight-Seeing Places

Travel in luxury and comfort with the Train Suite Shiki-Shima of Japan. [Image Credit: Tokyo Rail Days Malaysia]
Travel in luxury and comfort with the Train Suite Shiki-Shima of Japan. [Image Credit: Tokyo Rail Days Malaysia]

Japan is one of the most popular destinations in the world. A lot of people includes the Land of the Rising Sun on their bucket list. The wonderful people, the magnificent culture, and not to mention, the mouthwatering delicacies are just a few of the reasons why Japan is a very popular travel destination.

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Travel in Luxury

Moving around Japan is never a problem. The country has one of the most efficient transportation systems around the world. They have fast metros and buses, and they also have the world-famous Shinkansen. Although their transportation system is already top-notch, Japanese people are still thinking of ways on how they can level it up. This May, a new, fun, and luxurious way to travel in the country will be unveiled.

The Train Suite Shiki-Shima, a luxurious train complete with posh, two-story suites, and panoramic observation cars while enjoying their delicious food.

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[Image Credit: Tokyo Rail Days Malaysia]

The train is a result from the creative mind of Ken Kiyoyuki Okuyama, an expert in the automobile industry who worked with some of the most famous brands in the world such as Ferrari, Maserati, and Porsche. Now, Okuyama created the biggest and the best designs he ever created.

What Can You See

The luxurious train consists of ten cars and a fine dining restaurant, a lovely lounge, a bar, two observatory cars, and 17 private suites. Each of the 17 private suites can accommodate up to two people. These 2-story suites include a glorious bed, a shower and bath, and a large storage space. Some of the suites even have a bathtub for the visitors to enjoy!

Take a sneak peek of what this train can provide:

[Image Credit: Tokyo Rail Days Malaysia]
[Image Credit: Spoon & Tamago]
[Image Credit: Tokyo Rail Days Malaysia]
[Image Credit: Tokyo Rail Days Malaysia]

Luxury does not come cheap. If you are willing to spend at least 320,000 yen or US$2,900 per person on a two-day trip, this is a must-see for you.

 

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