We'll visit Tokyo Station to see the Shinkansen bullet trains. We'll look at representative the Shinkansen bound for six different directions: Tokaido-Sanyo Shinkansen, Tohoku-Hokkaido Shinkansen, Akita Shinkansen, Yamagata Shinkansen, Joetsu Shinkansen, and Hokuriku Shinkansen. You must see the combination vehicle such as green “HAYABUSA” and red “KOMACHI” which are very popular among not only Japanese kids, but also adults. The connection and separation of the two Shinkansen lines is done at Tohoku stations. I will show you with a tablet movie. We'll also get the chance to watch the 7-Minute Miracle, the term used to describe the super-speedy teams of cleaners that keep the interiors of JR East Shinkansen bullet trains spick and span for the next group of passengers. In 2016, Harvard Business School students even began to study the 7-Minute Miracle bullet train cleaners as part of their regular curriculum.
I am a railway fan. My favorite spots also include the little hot springs, various shrines and temples, drama and movie location settings, and so-called “animation sanctuaries.” Though I've worked most of my life in the information technology industry, my fondness for travel drove me to pass the National Examination for Certified General Travel Service Supervisor. I'm not good at English, but I have attended H.I.S. Tours. I have over 10,000 "rail fan" followers on Twitter（@RailfanGuide）. I also offer several other experiences on Airbnb and can send links to them if you're interested.
Railway route map
The 7-minute miracle is the term used to describe the super-speedy teams of cleaners keep the interiors of JR East Shinkansen bullet trains spick and span for the next group of passengers. In 2016, Harvard Business School (HBS) students began to study 7-minute miracle bullet train cleaners as part of their regular curriculum. We'll drop by the stand-up-eating soba shop, which is the only shop inside Tokyo Station.
알아두어야 할 사항
최대 8명, 만 5세 이상만 참석 가능
이 체험은 주류를 포함합니다. 법적 음주 가능 나이에 해당하는 게스트에게만 주류가 제공됩니다.
Please note you'll pay your own expenses, including your Suica deposit, fares, and lunch. Deposite of Suica :500 yen Fares : 194 yen Shinkansen admission ticket:140 yen Stand-up-eating soba: ~600 yen
역사 도보 탐방
With Tachigui Soba,Train Watching Tour