Japanese bullet train Hayabusa speeds up with luxury business class carriage


An important business meeting at Tokyo, Sendai, or Aomori, don’t want to fly but want the same speed and luxury in a hassle-free setup, you need to ride the Hayabusa. It is not a bike, but Japan’s new luxury bullet train literally flies 186mph and features a business class carriage based on on-air style comfort. The ultra-fast train and very punctual ‘Hayabusa’ or Falcon will take two trips between Tokyo and Aomori, located at the Honshu island’s northern tip. A day trip Sendai between the two destinations.

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Talks of the speed hitting 200mph next year will make these bullet trains Japan’s fastest. If you are game for £200 on a one-way trip, you get to travel in a ‘GranClass’ car with deep recliner leather seats that offers a cabin attendant at your disposal for serving drinks and food.
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