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Japanese train u-turn

Japanese train u-turn

(0:18) Smart Japanese trains reset their seats for the return journey.

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Guest: ppp (1186 days ago)

This is normal for Japanese trains. You can also turn them yourself manually to make pairs of facing seats if needed.

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This is normal for Japanese trains. You can also turn them yourself manually to make pairs of facing seats if needed.

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Guest: Argle (1186 days ago)

Not really new. I was in a coach car built in the 19th century and the seats reversed.

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Not really new. I was in a coach car built in the 19th century and the seats reversed.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1186 days ago)
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Ah, but did they turn all by themselves just by you looking?

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Ah, but did they turn all by themselves just by you looking?

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