I found a bunch of Aomori train related videos on You Tube that perhaps only I would find interesting. For what it's worth, here they are...
This one apears to be some sort of low-budget music video featuring Aomori train station. I think it's called… more »
A little while ago I wrote about a bullet train themed pro-wrestler in Japan named Hayate. One reason I did this was because I liked the idea of using both my train and pro-wrestling blog categories for the same post. Well, when I was in Tokyo killing t… more »
About a year and a half ago I bought a small train set from Toys R Us in Aomori City. It seemed a little small so I bought some extra track for it. Then I thought that maybe it could use another train or two. Well things kind of snowballed from there wh… more »
May I introduce you to 'Hayate', a Japanese luchador who takes his name from the speedy bullet train that travels between Tokyo and Hachinohe stations. You can see his website here.
While a train might be an unlikely choice for a wrestling gimmic… more »
I know many of you have been following my quest to find the legendary Noheji->Shichinohe railbus for many months with bated breath. Well thanks to KS clueing me into 'I Will Play with a Railbus 2006' I am very happy to report that I have succeeded in fi… more »
You all had better book your flights and make your hotel reservations for Shichinohe town soon! May 5th is creeping up on us, and as I'm sure you're already aware that is the date of Shichinohe's big two-day railbus festival called "I Will Play With a R… more »
SENDAI -- The prototype of the next-generation bullet train designed to travel at 360 kilometers per hour has been brought to Sendai for trial operations, East Japan Railway Co. (JR East) said.
Six "FASTECH 360Z" carriages were transported to Sendai… more »