字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey guys right now i'm on a shinkansen i'm going between Hiroshima and Fukuyama but I also just caught another shinkansen from Tokyo to Hiroshima I've been catching a lot of shinkansen's these past two days So one of the things as a tourist that you can do when you come to Japan is use the JR rail pass which means you have unlimited rides on JR lines and shinkansens for a limited amount of time so you can purchase like a week, 2 weeks, whatever If you want to travel a lot this might be a really great option for you if not there's also aeroplanes which can be a lot cheaper if you're not travelling to so many areas But if you wanna travl on the shinkansen and you're gonna travel a lot- (baby) YEEAAAAHHH ooooOoo th- ohhh my goood I don't even know if you guys can hear me to be honest there's so many sounds though Kenji there's so many sounds KENJII This baby will be a part of my video I wanna tell you guys how I enjoy my shinkansens to the fullest With shinkansens it's kind of not common for me to ride them, they're a little bit expensive, they're kind of a special occasion. So when I do ride them I make the most of them, it's like they're a holiday within themselves So one of the things about shinkansens is you can bring as much food as you want on them that's one of the things that i love In Tokyo station you can get these things called 'Ekiben' which is basically just a station bento box that you can take on shinkansens So they have heaps of different options, they even have vegetable options and vegan options In Tokyo station there's a lot of different things to choose from On the way here I got the most delicious bento box I have ever eaten It was sooo good I also picked up two soy cream donuts to take with me on the journey which you can also find in tokyo station So just so you know, you are allowed to drink alcohol on the shinkansen The guy sitting next to me on the last train drank two bottles of wine I mean they were still like this big, but he was just chugging it So if you feel like drinking a beer, having some wine, keeping it luxurious, keeping it chill Just grab some alcohol on the way in and you can drink it on your journey Now shinkansens can range from a lot of different times, right now we are on one for just 20 minutes but on the way here we rode one for 4 hours When you catch a shinkansen each of them have different names and they go different speeds and to different places So make sure you check up what kind of shinkansen you want to ride what's the most expensive, what's the least expensive what the ride times are, that kind of thing always good to know For this shinkansen ride I got a donut so I'm just going to be eating that while I talk to you guys Now if you are catching the shinkansen towards kyoto and osaka from tokyo you will be able to see mt fuji on a good day Luckily enough I was able to see it last night This is so good If you do forget to bring like a bento box or some snacks or whatever there's a trolley that goes through the train which has some snacks and drinks and things to choose from if you get hungry while you're on your trip and you forget to get something beforehand They also have toilets and some vending machines they're a little bit more expensive and the drinks will be quite small i think but the options is there if you want to get a drink while you're on the shinkansen If you do get a shinkansen and if it's possible I do recommend getting a window seat because one of the best things is to look out the window and see all of the scenery go by I love it so much Honestly it's basically like getting a flight, liike going on an airoplane but you don't have to go through the whole check in process and getting on the plane and waiting for take off having all of that extra hassle this one just goes super fast you have a good time and suddenly you're there, that's why it's a little more expensive than flying so if you're travelling to Japan on a budget I do recommend checking out flights to different areas rather than the shinkansens Also don't forget to bring something to do, something to read, you could just play on your phone, watch a movie if you have a way to do that It's chill you can still use internet and everything but really, it's just nice to look out the window so cool So you can get a reserved seat but it's quite a bit more expensive than a 'choose your own seat' seat So if you do it the cheaper way, if its a more empty shinkansen then it's great you can sit wherever you want but if you come in and it's quite busy then you might have to stand So that's kind of what can happen with a - they're called 'jiyuu seki' choose freely seat so just be careful with those but it should be fine Ok so that was just a little quick introduction to shinkansens and how i like to ride them how do you guys like to ride shinkansens? do you have any extra things that you like to do?or anything i missed? any tips or tricks? let me know in the comments down below Thanks for watching, if you enjoyed this video please give it a thumbs up, leave a comment down below, hit subscribe if you want to see more videons like this or not like this and I'll see you guys in the next video Jaaaaaaa ne!