This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like

Train Suite Shiki-Shima, is set to launch this May and is going to bring insane luxury to Japan’s railroads as it includes a fine dining restaurant, a gorgeous lounge, three designs of private suites and two observatory cars. There are 17 guest suites which can accommodate two people at a time. The suites feature a bed, storage space, a shower and toilet. In some suites, the bathroom features a tub for the ultimate relaxing experience. During the ride passengers can expect to be served cuisine unique to each stop as well as French cuisines and pastries. Although, all of this comes at a cost – tickets for two-day trips alone cost 320,000 yen ($2,780) – and that’s per person.

1This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
2This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
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4This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
5This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
6This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
7This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
8This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
9This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
10This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
11This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
12This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
13This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like
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16This Is How Japan’s Most Luxurious Train Looks Like

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