Railway Journey across Japan
Dream Railway Journey
From mountains and seas to valleys and plains,
there are trains offering breathtaking views,
trains carrying fresh perspectives on life,
and trains bringing you local tastes savored
at a banquet or at ease.
Let’s embark on the railway journey of your dreams—one more devoted to discovery than destination.
The Seto-Ohashi Line crosses a large suspension bridge over the Seto Inland Sea to connect Okayama Prefecture on the main island of Honshu to Kagawa Prefecture on Shikoku Island.
A train courses by, bathed in the light of a glowing sunset.
Out the window, you see many seagoing vessels—large and small—making their way across glittering waves.
The morning sun glints off a highland train on a summer’s day.
A local train is visible down the lush green tunnel of a northern station.
The peak of winter comes to Shimokita Peninsula, Aomori Prefecture.
A local train runs along Mutsu Bay.
The stark white exterior of a railcar testifies to
the area’s severe wind and snow.
Seven Stars in Kyushu is a deluxe cruise train that shows the world the beauties of Kyushu, serving up delightful delicacies of local ingredients before a passing vista of breathtaking scenery.
The warm hospitality of people at various destinations adds a wonderful and memorable touch to the journey.