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And even the food is amazing on the trains. Places like this are on every platform as well as more casual convenience store type food, and similar items are available on the train itself.

I had a thrilling chat, in Japanese! with this woman because she had basically no English. I mentioned how great the trains were and she told me she didn`t drive because she didn`t want to learn but she had five grandchildren and they could all drive.

She asked me where I was from, where I learned Japanese, was I traveling alone, etc. all the regular first exchanges. I was really happy since it seems she understood because she asked the next appropriate question. It`s hard to find people who wouldn`t rather talk to you in English!
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