Rail-mad Japanese marry aboard Tokyo commuter train
(Credit: Group photo)
Do you have a dream location to exchange wedding vows with your beloved? A romantic beach, place of worship, or maybe a Las Vegas chapel?
How about one of the world’s busiest commuter trains?
That’s what a Japanese couple did recently when they took the plunge aboard the Yamanote Line, a loop railway that carries more than 3 million passengers around central Tokyo every day.
Like a mechanical artery pumping humanity through the Japanese capital, the 29-station Yamanote can be so packed that passengers can’t move an inch.
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But that didn’t bother newlyweds Nobuhiko Suzuki, 27, and Sayaka Tsuchiya, 28, because they were lucky enough to get their own train, court… [Read more]
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