The train will begin service between Osaka and Hakata on June 30. The train’s first car is called “Hello! Plaza!” and features a Hello Kitty shop, selling cute merchandise.
The second car is the “Kawaii! Room” and features a photo spot, as well as Hello Kitty themed seats.
The Hello Kitty bullet train will run until September 30.
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