Japanese Hogwarts Express

Japanese Hogwarts Express

In the magical world of wizards and witches, there is one famous train line which any Harry Potter fan can recognize. The Hogwarts Express is the name of the train that makes a run between London, King’s Cross Station Platform 9¾ and Hogsmeade Station. It makes this run at around six times each year, perhaps all the more, as required. The Express conveys understudies to and from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry toward the begin and end of each term. The train leaves Platform 9¾ without fizzle on 1 September at 11 o’clock in the morning, touching base at Hogsmeade Station in the early night. A few understudies take the train over to King’s Cross Station to go home for the Christmas and Easter occasions, yet some don’t, as they stay at Hogwarts. It additionally makes the run back again to London toward the end of term in June. Now even muggles can get on board this train, as long as they are in Osaka. West Japan Railway Co. is propelling a shot train Saturday adorned with pictures of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter region that opened last July at Universal Studios Japan in the city of Osaka.

 

Japanese Hogwarts Express

The Harry Potter train will run on the Sanyo Shinkansen Line and the Kyushu Shinkansen Line. It said the train will incorporate Hogwarts Castle and Hedwig, Harry’s pet owl. Hogwarts Express will be running as the Sakura 580 train on Saturday mornings from Kagoshima-Chuo to Shin-Osaka on the Sanyo Shinkansen Line. It will also run as the Hikari 580 train headed for Shin-Osaka from Hakata Station. Likewise, JR West will work shuttle trains bearing Harry Potter pictures between Shin-Osaka and Universal City, the closest station to the amusement park run by USJ Co., on Saturdays too.

 

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