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Il ne reste plus que quelques trains wagons-lits japonais, mais certains passagers adorent encore voyager avec eux.

Dans les années 1960, l'économie japonaise, y compris les chemins de fer, s'est considérablement améliorée. La première ligne de train à grande vitesse moderne a ouvert ses portes en 1964 et de nombreux trains express et des trains de nuit ont commencé à traverser le pays. Après que la popularité des trains couchettes japonais ait atteint son apogée dans les années 70. Source : bp
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today
In The 70s Japanese People Were Traveling In Sleeper Trains With Unique Interiors And Some Still Remain Today