Shinkansen. Japan's bullet train. 360 video in 8K

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Don't forget that this is 360 video: you can change the angle of view. In 1940, Japan's authorities proposed to connect the country's largest cities by a high-speed railway line. That's how the project Shinkansen was born. Now the railway network has expanded to 2,765 km with maximum train speeds of 130-320 km/h depending on the area. Over the 50-plus year exploitation, there have been no passenger fatalities.

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