There’s A Train Station In Japan Built Solely To Admire The Scenery And The Only Way To Access It Is By Train

Japan is small but a scenic country filled with awe-inspiring travel routes and luxurious vessels in which to travel through them. The latest transport design from the unique archipelago comes in the form of a train station sat isolated along the Nishiki River in Iwakuni, with no entrance and no exit.

This Japanese train station can only be accessed one way

Located on the Nishikigawa Seiryu Line, the station, ‘Seiryu Miharashi Eki,’ which translates to “Clear Stream Viewing Platform Station“ is only accessible by train on Yamaguchi Prefecture’s Nishikigawa Railway. With its limited access, the picturesque spot was created solely as a spot where visitors could soak up the nature views that surround it.

Upon arrival at the station, passengers will find that there are no stairs, ramps, or even a ticket counter, as it is not intended for people to leave the platform.

Railways systems in Japan are unmatched by other countries around the world. The country hosts the most well-connected and efficient systems in the world they run like they are from the future. They run so efficiently in fact that the Tsukuba Express released a public apology for leaving the station 20 seconds early.

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