Sanrio has a special treat for Hello Kitty fans visiting Japan this summer with the launch of custom-designed trains featuring the beloved feline character.
The new line of limited edition Hello Kitty shinkansen, connecting Osaka and Fukuoka, was unveiled on June 30, CNN reports.
Many commuters were baffled when a Tokyo-bound bullet train departing from Nagoya Station almost left behind 200 passengers without letting anyone board on Dec. 13.
The train made its departure at around 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, but did not let the 200-or-so passengers get on the public transportation, leaving them all confused, according to Huffington Post Japan, as translated by SoraNews24.
China’s Fuxing, dubbed as the world’s fastest commercial bullet train, started operations in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region on Monday.
According to manufacturer China Railway Corporation, the next-generation trains run at 350 kilometers per hour (217 mph), with top speeds hitting the 400-kilometer (249-mile) mark.
China’s new high-speed sleeper train linking Beijing and Shanghai hit the tracks on Saturday for commuters who want to get some shut eye on super comfy double-decker beds.
The D311 train — which is being dubbed as a “moving hotel” — travels at a speed of 250 kilometers per hour (155 miles per hour) and can hold up to 880 passengers, according to Thatsmags.
Travelers in China may now conveniently traverse between Shanghai and Beijing in a jiffy via a pair of stylish new bullet trains unveiled in the country on Monday.
With a top speed of 400 km/h (248.5 mph), the Chinese-made “Fuxing” (or “rejuvenation”) trains are currently the fastest in China.