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Japanese Train with a cool Interior Design

Cool Interior of a Japanese TrainWith the results looking nicer than most nurseries, the Japanese have taken the idea of ‘child-friendly public transport’ to the next level. They were designed by Eiji Mitooka, the artistic force behind a couple of regional trains which travel on a daily basis on the 14.3km Kishigawa line in Japan. The train contains hundreds of toys, TV screens showing cartoons, immaculately clean wooden flooring and cots for younger children. More pictures after the jump.










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I've been on Japanese trains on my visits to Japan and they are very, very nice. HOWEVER, the designs shown are not good for safety reasons. If there should ever be an accident, the people would go flying. Better to have a conventional seat arrangement.

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