1. the ((Tokaido, Tohoku)) Shinkansen (Line)
    説明
    The Shinkansen is a high-speed rail system that connects major cities in Japan. As the artery of the Japanese rail system, it has a status completely different from other lines. The word shinkansen also refers to the super-express trains used in the system, commonly called “bullet trains” by people from other countries. The first Shinkansen, the Tokaido line, started operation in 1964. The network now consists of 8 lines: the Tokaido, Sanyo, Tohoku, Joetsu, Yamagata, Nagano, Akita, and Kyushu lines. All the main parts of Japan are now covered except Hokkaido, Shikoku, and Okinawa.
    意訳:主要都市を高速で結ぶ鉄道.またはその列車のことで在来線と区別する.1964年開業の東海道新幹線に始まり,山陽新幹線,東北新幹線,上越新幹線,山形新幹線,長野新幹線,秋田新幹線,九州新幹線の全部で8路線があり,北海道と四国,沖縄を除く日本の各地を結んでいる
    • 新幹線で京都へ行く
    • go to Kyoto on the Shinkansen/take the Shinkansen to Kyoto
  1. 新幹線通勤commuting by the Shinkansen