A recording of a live stream on September 9, 2017.
“It’s after this minute of so-called orderly chaos that I realize that the entirety of Japan’s modern economic and social status rests in its expansive and labyrinth-like transit system, scouring through the cities and country as arteries on the human body. In the tradition of the samurais of yesterday, Japan’s modern blood is forged in…
A one week experience in Earth’s largest megalopolis and the life blood known as it’s passenger train system View story at Medium.com
…ands it’s even more amazing that actually imagined. The smoothness, the punctuality, and speed – it’s true, all of it.
Beginning next week is a new series on Japan on their infrastructure and transportation system. Be sure to support our new GoFundMe, or Patreon to assist in producing this series and documentary leading after it.
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