Watching a reserved seat on a Japanese night train. All passengers sleep on one large shelf

Night trains are still one of the hallmarks of Japan. The famous Sunrise Express is not inferior to a first-class flight in terms of comfort, but only if you bought an expensive ticket. The traveler decided to do the opposite and bought seats in the local reserved seat: he turned on the camera and showed how all the passengers sleep on one large shelf.

Sunrise Express moves along a long route and starts from Tokyo. The train develops up to 130 km / h, that is, it is quite possible to overcome most of the way to the remote prefecture in one night. The best seats on the train are Single Deluxe. These are separate bed-rooms located in the upper tier of a double-decker car.

The guest has his own desk, a full bed and even a sink. Single and Solo rooms are simpler. They also mean personal accommodation, but there is nothing here but a bed. A window seat will provide the tourist with an incredible experience of traveling at high speed across Japan. The brand card of the train is surprisingly the cheapest places, the so-called Nobi Nobi.

Here the traveler, intrigued by local customs, decided to spend the night. The fact is that Nobinobi is a real reserved seat, only with a Japanese flavor. It is one long large shelf, each guest is entitled to a place 190 centimeters long and 80 wide. The spaces are separated only by small partitions. There is no gender segregation in the Nobinobi field. By and large, all travelers sleep on one long shelf, only a thin, retractable curtain separates the seats from each other. The Japanese are used to being very attentive to their own and other people’s personal space. Going on a trip on such a night train, you can know for sure that no one will interfere with your rest.


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