Мой первый #Синкансэн (хотя читается через "ши"=сложности официального транслита🙄).
На некоторых участках пути этот товарищ разгонялся до характерного свиста, ажник уши закладывало. Не буду настаивать на заявленных 240км/час, но просто посмотрите на эту #скорость#Japan#travel#shinkansen 🚄
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀I sat down while looking a picture Mount Fuji which was on the table of hotel room. I saw it was such a beautiful picture. I smiled and said, "Fujiyama (means Mount Fuji), I wanna meet you. See you tomorrow".
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀From hotel, I took a taxi and went to Nagoya Station. In the station, I waited about 20 minutes until Tokaido-Sanyo Shinkansen Nozomi train arrived in Nagoya Station. The train departed at 7.55 p.m. and I was on the way to Tokyo Station.
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀There was an old man, sat in the front of me. He came with a young girl. "Shit down pris," he said. Honestly, I wanted to laugh, but I couldn't because it would sound not polite. Then, the girl sat down beside him.
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀"Hi, can you speak Nihongo?" he asked to me. "Sukoshi Nihongo wo hanasu koto ga dekimasu," I answered, which means that I can speak Japanese a little bit. "Ah, nice! But, I wanna talk with you in English. I wanna learn English," he said. He embraced the girl and said, "She is my wife and she can speak English". I was shocked. His wife asked to me, "Are you Taehyung?". I smiled and shaked my head, "No, I'm Egwin".
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀The old man laughed and said, "Gomenne (I'm sorry), boku no fujin wa BTS Ami desu (my wife is a BTS Army)". His wife said, "You look like Taehyung and I thought you were Taehyung". I was so happy to hear it. Then, we had a lot of chin wags and the train arrived in Tokyo Station.
Indian Railways is studying the super fast cleaning techniques used on Japan's #Shinkansen network for cleaning trains. Called 7 minute miracle workers, Japanese cleaning crew have adopted best practices to maintain sparkling clean #bullettrains .