There are many convenient, unique trains throughout Japan.
More than just a means of getting to your destination, riding them is a special experience in itself.
Discover trains you’d like to ride here and plan your journey!
JR Hokkaido trains run through the Hokkaido area. Your eyes will be glued to the grandeur of nature expanding outside your train window. The Hokkaido Shinkansen connects the island of Hokkaido with Japan’s main island of Honshu.
Asahikawa Station or Biei Station ⇔ Furano Station
Take a ride on a torokko train and enjoy one of Japan’s most spectacular views!
Sapporo Station ⇔ New Chitose Airport Station
Direct airport connection – The trains to catch at the start and end of your journey!
Sapporo Station ⇔ Furano Station
A Convenient Train Connecting Sapporo and Furano
JR East trains primarily run through the Tohoku, Kanto, and Shinetsu areas. There are many trains that showcase the best of the areas they run through, including gourmet food and sake you can enjoy aboard the train. In addition, colorful shinkansen are also one of their appeals.
Tokyo Station ⇔ Echigo-Yuzawa Station - Niigata Station
Travel from Tokyo to the culinary capital of Niigata in elegance and comfort on a high-speed train
Shinjuku Station ⇔ Otsuki Station, Kawaguchiko Station (Fujikyu Railway)
A train from the heart of Tokyo directly to Mt. Fuji
Aomori Station ⇔ Akita Station
A local Tohoku line you should take at least once
The trains of JR Tokai primarily run through the Chubu and Tokai areas. If you ride the “Tokaido-Sanyo Shinkansen” that connects Tokyo and Hakata with stops in Kyoto and Osaka, you can efficiently tour many of Japan’s highlights.
Nagoya Station ⇔ Kii-Katsuura Station
The first hybrid-engine express train in Japan to achieve top speeds. Convenient for accessing the World Heritage Kumano Kodo!
Osaka Station/Nagoya Station ⇔ Takayama Station/Hida Furukawa Station/Toyama Station
A hybrid-engine express train running at top speeds along a route of unique attractions
Enjoy the original scenery of Japan from the Wide View’s cabin windows
The trains of JR West primarily run through the Hokuriku, Kansai, and Chugoku areas. There are many sightseeing trains with designs with a Japanese atmosphere. If you ride these trains and tour the areas, you can experience Japanese traditional culture and history.
Okayama Station ⇔ Uno Station
Unique Sightseeing Train “La Malle de Bois” – a Perfect Match for Art Lovers and Cycling Enthusiasts
Onomichi Station ⇔ Miyajimaguchi Station
Island-gaze from the comfort of this train
Kansai area ⇔ San’in and Sanyo areas
A new long-distance train that accommodates to a variety of travelers
The trains of JR Shikoku run through the Shikoku area. If you spend a relaxing time touring the area aboard the train, it will be the ultimate soothing experience. The islands of Shikoku and Honshu are connected by a train that runs over the Great Seto Bridge.
Matsuyama Station ⇔ Iyo-Ozu Station / Yawatahama Station
Experience the food and culture of Shikoku while enjoying spectacular scenery on a sightseeing train
Okayama Station ⇔ Kochi Station
A train of children’s dreams traveling through Shikoku
Kochi Station ⇔ Kubokawa Station
Gaze on dynamic scenes of nature and enjoy Tosa-style hospitality
The trains of JR Kyushu run through the Kyushu area. Please ride the many trains that have carefully-created interior and exterior designs. The Sanyo Shinkansen and local trains connect the islands of Kyushu and Honshu.
Takeo-onsen Station – Nagasaki Station (via Nagasaki Main Line) ⇔ Nagasaki Station – Takeo-onsen Station (via Omura Line)
Seaside Train Tours for the “Two Stars” of West Kyushu – Saga and Nagasaki
Hakata Station ⇔ Kagoshima Chuo Station and beyond
A new, exceptional train packed with the charms of Kyushu
Kumamoto Station ⇔ Oita Station, Beppu Station
A train for parents and their children, full of fun activities