Inside a local train in Japan (video)

When we talk about trains in Japan, some of us tend to think only of the Shinkansen, the high-speed train. Extremely practical, comfortable, punctual and fast, it's also very expensive. Hence the need to use a Japan Rail Pass.

Riding trains during a trip to Japan is also borrowing a multitude of small lines in the countryside, or commuter trains around major cities, which are no less clean. And most importantly, the experience is often more charming and perfectly quiet to enjoy beautiful landscapes.

The following video was shot on Eizan line, which connects Kyoto to Kurama.

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Gael is founder and responsible for Kanpai's publication. In love with Japanese culture, he travels to Japan regularly since 2003 and shares his information and tips.
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