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Posted on 09 September 2012. Tags: Bullet, NOZOMI, OkayamaShin, Osaka, Part4, Train, Video
Sanyo Shinkansen 500 series “Nozomi” operation Sorry for my poor translation Video Rating: 4 / 5
Part3では15秒ほどだった遅延がどんどん拡大して、 このPart4では30秒になっているな。 余裕時分が全然ないし殆ど無いのだろうか？
warp factor 9……ENGAGE
Love the video, man I miss Shin Osaka, I love that train sation, probably my favorite in Japan. Wish my bro still lived there and I could go visit him.
The speed going through Shin-Kobe is 230 km/h
When was this video made?
The reason I ask is because I think all Nozomi trains stop at Shin-Kobe nowadays.
lol, a passenger pigeon (now extinct in the states)
lol the pigeon at 4:04 wants to get on board of the train too, HAHAHA!!!! XD (in case if youre wondering where the pigeon is, its on the lower left of your screen) anyways I want to ride this train, but i’m all the way here in U.S.A!! Damn I want to go to Japan really badly!!!!
0:06 30 秒延通… means 30 seconds delay, not on schedule
I guess JR West is not as rich as JR Central and JR East. This model is super expensive. A second generation, the “N500” series, would have to be more affordable and energy-efficient.
They may ally with JR Kyushu and build a new type that can compete with air.
I think JR East will try 360 km/h someday in the future. Tokyo – Sapporo is the most lucrative air market in Japan, and the Shinkansen (E7 series?) could be an alternative.
Hokkaido? Go skiing and snowboarding!
although its a beatiful Train i do wish the companie would make a second generation of this model with the same dseign but with less wheels like the TGV and make it lighter and faster if possble and also make it so it can travel 360Km/h safely if it already doesnt and some other minor things ^_^
i must go to Japan one day. where is the best place for a Aussie to visit in Japan?
how dare you, hes a hard working asian : )
I wish to ride the bullet train ever I go to visit Japan one day.
A beautiful unit, but it must be annoying in the rain with those stubby wipers.
Not to mention “Translate server error” signs.
I thought so. Thus the absence of determiners and a different way of conjugating verbs creates the famous “Jenglish” or “Singlish” or the grammatical errors made by Chinese.
Domo arigato 🙂 Thank you for the information.
True. Japanese doesn’t use determiners (like “a, the”), plurals, and don’t conjugate verbs the same way. Hence stuff like “You must buy license” in Japanese software, for example.
Starting around 2.20 I notice that the train conductor has trouble pronouncing English – I have seen that with more Asians. They seem to have languages that have a different structure. I am quite sure that a Westerner that would learn f.i Japanese would also struggle with the pronunciation.
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