The key railway artery in Japan, the Shinkansen, or "bullet train" line between Tokyo and Osaka, will introduce Wi-Fi by March 2009, Japan Railways announced.
If you can afford a first-class seat, this 160 mph bullet train promises a plush ride to Nagano and the Sea of Japan.
The new E6 Series Super Komachi has a sleek design and a top speed of nearly 200 mph. Operators hope it will help the quake-ravaged north.
Japan's bullet trains can travel up to 300km/h. The Central Japan Railway Co claims that a new maglev train prototype can reach 500km/h.
This decommissioned 0 series bullet train is the perfect place to hang out if you're a kid. Too bad it no longer travels at 130 mph.
Trains connecting Los Angeles and San Francisco would zip by at speeds of up to 220 mph. Will you be riding this $68 billion railway?
You can add as many cars as you want to this strap.
Karateka is an attractive remake of a classic, but simplistic combat and limited replay value keep it from greatness.
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Japanese farms are smaller and often less sophisticated than those elsewhere in the world. Can a suite of sensors, services, and -- yes -- cow pedometers from Fujitsu help them compete on a global scale?
Hardly loses speed while taking curves