Experiencing luxury at speed is a curious human fixation, and a kind of final frontier for the uber rich.
But more decadent than hurtling through the sky eating sliced kiwi off a black slate is rolling through the countryside as a piano and violin duo serenade you.
This is what’s on offer on the Seven Stars Kyushu, a luxury train that carries passengers along a perpetually jaw-dropping route through Kyushu, Japan‘s southernmost island. The train is operated by Japan Railways Group, the company behind the ubiquitous JR trains that web the entire country.
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