Japanese railway operator unveils super-luxury train
Published on Sep 13, 2013 5:52 PM
TOKYO (AFP) - A Japanese railway operator on Friday unveiled a new super-luxury train which it hopes will appeal to well-heeled travellers who don't mind splashing out to have their every travelling need fulfilled.
Kyushu Railway's "Nanatsuboshi" - Seven Stars - service has a lounge car with a piano and a bar, top-end dining and 14 private suites.
Each wood-panelled bedroom has plush beds and a desk along with an ensuite bathroom with a shower and toilet, equipped - of course - with a heated seat.
The train travels around the rural southern island of Kyushu, with a four-day, three-night package costing up to 1.13 million yen (S$14,396) per couple.
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