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The Meal and Route

Toyama Bay Sushi Course
Approx. 2 hours 8 minutes long

Departs from and returns to Toyama Station after turning back at Tomari Station near the border of Niigata Prefecture. This is a tour of Toyama’s eastern area.

  • Toyama Station

    Dep. 12:08 pm

  • Tomari Station
    (turns back)

    Arr. 1:00 pm/
    Dep. 1:23 pm

  • Toyama Station

    Arr. 2:26 pm

※The above time schedule is subject to change.

Throughout the four seasons, Toyama Bay produces an abundance of seafood. This sushi course consists of eight pieces of Toyama Bay Sushi that are only served in “The Story of 13000 Feet.” Chefs will make prime-quality sushi inside the train to serve guests local fish in the freshest state. Don’t miss this opportunity to savor kitokito seafood only available in Toyama.

※Kitokito means “fresh” in the local Toyama dialect.

Toyama Bay Sushi

Toyama Bay Sushi
“The Story of 13000 Feet” original version

The meal is provided by the Toyama Sushi Quotient Life Hygiene Trade Association

The meal is provided The association consists of union members who own sushi restaurants in Toyama Prefecture. Their objective is to introduce the wonderful world of sushi. In 2011, they began selling the Toyama Bay Sushi Set that includes sushi made from fresh seafood caught in Toyama Bay and local Toyama rice combined with soup.

Creative Japanese Cuisine Course
Approx. 2 hours 16 minutes long

This is a long route that departs from and returns to Toyama Station after turning back at Kurobe Station and Takaoka Station.

  • Toyama Station

    Dep. 4:34 pm

  • Kurobe Station
    (turns back)

    Arr. 5:07 pm/
    Dep. 5:21 pm

  • Takaoka Station
    (turns back)

    Arr. 6:11 pm/
    Dep. 6:30 pm

  • Toyama Station

    Arr. 6:50 pm

※The above time schedule is subject to change

We will let you know when we decide the food provider.
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Local sake brewed with Toyama’s delicious water and rice

おみやげ
※The legal drinking age is 20 years old.

Toyama Prefecture is known for having one of Japan’s best water. Sake made from pure water and tasty rice makes Toyama’s sake a popular name brand. On the train, we have various brands of sake brewed in the harsh cold climate, best served cold.

Important reminders about the meal

<About each course>

  • The contents of the meal are subject to change depending on the season.
  • Guests are not allowed to bring their own food or drinks onto the train or take home the leftover food from the meal provided on the train.
  • We do not have children menus and infant menus.

<About food allergies>

  • We do not have alternative menus for guests with allergies.

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