The sushi train is one of Japan’s biggest and most famous attractions, and has been running for decades.
It was created in 1924 to transport people to Tokyo from various locations, and is one the world’s largest, with over 200 stations.
But it’s no longer run by a private operator.
Instead, Gogo operates the sushi train as a public service, and it will take you on an on-demand sushi journey from its Ginza headquarters, to the city centre.
It’s a great experience for anyone visiting Tokyo, whether you’re a tourist, a regular commuter or a family member, and one you should check out when you’re in the city.
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