Chapter 151: Shinkansen (Japanese Bullet Trains)

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I love taking the Shinkansen!! It’s so convenient when going to city to city! If you have a cabin sized luggage it can be stored in the over-head baggage area, if it’s medium/large you should try to sit at the very back where they have some room for keeping larger luggage.  I love sitting by the window so I can admire the view whilst passing the time. Depending on where you are going, it may be good to go during off-peak hours if you haven’t reserved a seat. Just like most of Japan, the transportations are kept very clean and looking brand-new. And the best thing is: I’ve never experienced any delays or cancellations during my stay.

✈Fukuoka: Flying out on 05-02-2018

—Tofu

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