Friday, October 18, 2019

The famous 'lonely station' in Japan

Waiting for the train, you can clearly see the horizon, the blue sea, the picturesque scenery.

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The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
The Shimonada Station in Ehime Prefecture, which is located on the lonely seafront, is one of the most attractive locations for paparazzi in Japan. It belongs to the Yosan railway line, operating from 1935 to the present.
The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
Shimonada Station viewed from above, there are few houses, mostly green mountains, so some people call it a "lonely" station.
The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
The 84-year-old box office is tinged with ancient colors, located right on the street. On average, only about 60 passengers get on and off at this station every day.
The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
The shelter is like a normal bus stop, just a small roof with two wooden benches, one side facing the sea, marked with a white sign with the name of the station.
The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
Shimonada is one of the stations closest to the sea in the land of the rising sun. Waiting for the train, you can clearly see the horizon. Summer, blue sea, picturesque scenery.
The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
Therefore, this place has appeared in many Japanese films. Also many scenes in the comics, cartoons are inspired based on this station. As a result, Shimonada became famous on the Japanese tourist map.
The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
Shimonada Station and the 'disappearing track into the sea' at the nearby Aoishi Beach are quite familiar to Ghibli cartoon fans. It was drawn by artist Hayao Miyazaki in Spirited Away - the famous animated film that won the "Best Animation" award at the 75th Academy Awards.
The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
Sunset in the sea of Iyonada makes you feel like you are lost in the world of comics, sometimes dyed purple, the other day the whole station wears a brilliant "orange outfit" beautiful that touching the heart.
The famous 'lonely station' in Japan
It will take about an hour by train or car from Ehime center to this station. Cherry blossom season is more crowded. There are only a few trains passing by every day, if you want to see the train, you should check the train time before arrival.

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