One blogger made beautiful pictures, the Inland Sea and north of Shikoku in Japan without leaving the train.
Japan is known to be amazing, captivating, attracts shocking and inspiring, to a large extent the amount of pathos in guidebooks and reports. Sometimes it has a negative impact even the most seemingly serious sources. There in Japan such a famous tourist attraction - the great Seto Bridge, the world's longest two-tiered bridge connecting the island of Honshu and Shikoku jumps on small islands Seto Inland Sea. So, it would seem, the 21st century. Even if you have never been to Japan, you can see the bridge from the satellite to the Internet, measure the length and count the number of sections. I do, of course, do not. I looked at Wikipedia. And found that the Russian Wikipedia reports that the length of the bridge is 37.3 km, and the number of sections in it - 6. English and with it the French Wikipedia believe that the bridge consists of 11 sections with a total length 13.1 km. And finally, the Japanese themselves written in Japanese Wikipedia, the number of sections 10, and the total length of 12.3 km (or 9376 meters, if we consider only the above-water part). We assume that all this does not matter. What is important is that the best way to see the very real Japan - is to see it from the train window.
(This photo is very helpful to get rid of the feeling that the house back yard is too small).