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“by the way, we Brits call the Shinkansen by a cool nickname, the shink. five letters.”
“Fact: The FRA (Federal Railroad Administration) began setting aside tax dollars in 1966 – TWO Years after Japan began revenue service with their Bullet Trains (aka the Shinkansen) – for an American version of HSR.”
“There is often no through ticketing system between companies- or even between JR and Shinkansen, which is theoretically the same company.”
“January 12th, 2009 NEW DELHI - Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, who is on a seven-day visit to Japan, Tuesday took a ride on the Bullet Train in Tokyo to get a first hand experience of what the Japanese call Shinkansen high-speed trains.”
“The country has a well-established transport infrastructure with super-fast 'Shinkansen”
“The country has a well-established transport infrastructure with super-fast 'Shinkansen' bullet train lines linking major cities, while a $6 billion Universal Fan Fest is planned to allow people to view matches live in 3D telecasts in hundreds of stadiums across Fifa's 208 member countries.”
“The Shinkansen is a vital link across our country.”
“The company, now owned by the Shinkansen operator JR Central, remains one of Japan's principal rail car makers and has robust sales in the United States.”
“Shinkansen bullet trains that link Tokyo and other cities are not operating, except for the line between Tokyo and Osaka.”
“The Shinkansen was always pristine, always perfect, its aim always true.”
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