BS1 Sun. Sep. 17


All foreigners who visit Japan are surprised by and praise trains. They are full of surprises such as mutual operation enabling access from suburbs to central Tokyo without transfers, perfect transfer guidance, and women-only railcars, all of which do not exist overseas. Are Japanese trains, which have ingeniously evolved to transport as conveniently, efficiently and comfortably as possible, cool? We thoroughly debate with foreigners!

Our foreign guest enjoyed Chinatown using a discount ticket that utilizes a railway that became convenient through mutual operation and comes with a meal and souvenir.
Guideboards at train station platforms tell you where to transfer to get to your destination and which railcars are located closest to stairs, helping you to not waste waiting time.
Our foreign guests from eight countries discussed the cools of trains in the studio.