Japan is a country filled with beautiful scenery and travel spots that are famous worldwide.
In here there is a train station that is found in an isolated area along the Nishiki River in Iwakuni, with no entrance and no exit.
Located on the Nishikigawa Seiryu Line, the station, ‘Seiryu Miharashi Eki,’ which translates to “Clear Stream Viewing Platform Station“ is only accessible by train on Yamaguchi Prefecture’s Nishikigawa Railway. With its limited access, the spot was created solely as a spot where visitors could admire the nature views that surround it.
When people arrive at the station, they will see that there are no stairs, ramps, or even a ticket counter, as it is not intended for people to leave the platform.
Railways systems in Japan are one of the finest in the world. The country has the most well-connected and efficient systems in the world. They are also so punctual that the Tsukuba Express released a public apology for leaving the station 20 seconds early.
The station opened on March 17th of this year and sits on a mountainside in the Yamaguchi Prefecture of Japan.
The Nishiki River is the longest river in the Yamaguchi Prefecture, flowing 110 km long. The source of the river is found in the city of Shunan and drains into the Inland Sea. Japan is home to numerous rivers which is probably why it is home to the longest train bridge in the world, the Seto Ohashi Bridge which connects Okayama Prefecture on Honshu to Kagawa Prefecture on Shikoku Island.
Local reports stated that passengers will only be able to stop at Seiryu Miharashi Eki during special train events like the sake-tasting event and the train will be scheduled to run on that line during March 31st to April 1st.
A train platform with no entrance or exit that is not accessible all-year round maybe be odd but Japan has many odd train stations. For example, the Tsushimanomiya Station, on the island of Shikoku is only open twice a year to celebrate the local summer festival at the Tsushima Shrine.
The new station is a magical place to stop by and the scenery around there is absolutely beautiful.
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