K-ON-Wrapped Trains Run on Tokyo's Busy Yamanote Line

posted on by Egan Loo
Trains decorated with anime art to celebrate film's Saturday opening

Japan Railways' Yamanote line, one of Tokyo's busiest train lines (and therefore one of the busiest in the world), is celebrating this Saturday's opening of the K-ON! film by wrapping its trains with K-ON! art. The itasha-like decorations will remain on the trains until Sunday, December 11.

Down south in Shiga Prefecture's Ōtsu city, a separate "Ho-kago Tea Time Train" has been running with even more anime decorations. The "Ho-kago Tea Time Train" began service in August and will continue until late December.

Source: TBS via Moe Ota-News Sokuhō, 0takomu

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