Japan Is Creating An Invisible Train
And it'll be here sooner than you think.
BY Olivia Ovenden | Apr 16, 2016 | News
Not content with having some of the fastest trains on earth, now Japan wants to make them invisible.
Architect Kazuyo Sejima has designed a train with a reflective exterior so it blends in with the surroundings.
"The limited express travels in a variety of different sceneries, from the mountains of Chichibu to the middle of Tokyo, and I thought it would be good if the train could gently co-exist with this variety of scenery" Sejima said.
It marks the 100 year anniversary of the Red Arrow commuter train service and will use semi-transparent and mirrored panels.
The train will debut in Tokyo and is set to be rolled out in 2018. Though you might not spot it.
From: Esquire UK.