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Aizu-Wakamatsu Train Station Camera, rest in peace. For now.

湯野上温泉駅 Yunokami-Onsen Station:

別所温泉駅 Bessho-Onsen Station:

Old pastebin:

Previews threads:

>> No.16928965
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Perhaps it should be mentioned that we are looking for a few more streams, particularly ones that have something happening at night as the stations are too dark to see anything.

For example, something like:

General guidelines are:
> Must be from Japan, interesting, minimum 480p, constant stream (none of those 2-frame-per-second streams), with ambient sound preferred.

>> No.16928975
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I sure wish vlc didn't have the grey screen problems and was able to actually run youtube.

>> No.16929007

I agree with >>16928965 we've gotta come up with a good OP explaining the whole thing. Also, I thought we were going to use old Aizu-Wakamatsu screenshots for the OP, no?

>> No.16929008
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Reposting the last webms from the previous thread to get it started. (and because it's a pain in the ass to make them now, for me at least)

>> No.16929013
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>> No.16929016
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>> No.16929188
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What a nice guy.

>> No.16929213
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I caught him too.

>> No.16929227
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>> No.16929616

Wait, what?

No more camera? What happened? How many years was it on?

>> No.16930275
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They sure are working hard.

>> No.16930687
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Group picture!

>> No.16930928

This has always been my personal favorite.


>> No.16930975
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This amount of light in 4:30. This is one of the things I can never get used to about Japan.

>> No.16930995
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Yeah I also forget how high Japan is up there in latitudes.

Got this one a few days ago, conductor yells at some students who are late

>> No.16931246

I hope these threads forever stay as RIP Aizu-Wakamatsu 3月31日 NEVER FORGET instead of the actual station.

>> No.16931292
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What do you even mean?

>> No.16931463
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It is school time!

>> No.16931467
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beat me too it,
miss brown coat again.

>> No.16931470
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Conductor-san looking around if everything is alright.

>> No.16931472
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A woman showing up in the last second and barely catching the train.

>> No.16931492
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Just reposting the time scheduled for Yunokami-Onsen Station while we wait for the next train.



Ctrl-F "湯野上温泉"

30-60 minutes between trains from 6-23

>> No.16931558
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It seems like the people on the left might be gathering for a late ohanami. They put something on the ground, but no one seems to be sitting down. Weird. But I have to go to bed now, I can't follow it.

>> No.16931569
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Making the station clean.

>> No.16931583

There was a shrine stream posted in a thread a week or so back

>> No.16931736
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Somethings up with the pink engine on the right.

>> No.16931787
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and its gone, took the flatbed with it too.

>> No.16931848

Well damn.

>> No.16932138
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A bunch of elementary school students with their teachers show up and wave goodbye to the train.

Now they are having a lesson at the station.

>> No.16932657

Seems like that it'll be a warm, fairly sunny day today. That's good for comfy viewing.

>> No.16933746

A reminder to simpler times.

>> No.16933791
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Best time of the day, other than early morning.

>> No.16933824
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Almost missed the long red train.

>> No.16935030
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No lights tonight on either streams.

>> No.16935205

Thanks anon.

Are there any special trains like the steam train at our station?

>> No.16935209

At our old station*

>> No.16935225

This new station is shit.

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>> No.16936092


its just a small slow station, what are you expecting?

>> No.16936248

Few more hours and it should brighten up again. Don't miss the sunrise on the bessho station. It is always absolutely beautiful once the sun starts to peek from behind the mountains.

>> No.16936397
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I'm quite of fond of these two new train cams.

Glad we came to this ones as for the new threads.

Of course still nowhere as good as Aizuwakamatsu ;_;

>> No.16936408

Not even 40 minutes from your post and the sun is out already before 5am...

>> No.16936430

Wait a while longer and it gets real good.

>> No.16936475
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This is a nice stream as well.
anyone know how to run in VLC/MPC?

>> No.16936481
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I love you guys

>> No.16936525

Bessho can't VLC, because it is youtube. It can MPC, though. Follow this guide https://pastebin.com/3ThKa4K2 After setting it up you can use this .bat file to open it https://my.mixtape.moe/mvyzhe.bat Just check if livestream is in the same directory as listed in the bat file.

>> No.16936553
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That sun.

>> No.16936777

That's the perfect time to be watching the stream. Its so incredible. Just makes me feel very peaceful every time!
Looking forward to rainy days though. I need to see this stream during a storm.

>> No.16936882
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>> No.16936919

That red train.

Looks familiar.

The sun hurts my eyes.

>> No.16937045

There is a pesky spider trying to make a web to the bessho camera. The web is pretty visible during sunrise.
Someone needs to go and tell the spider to FRIGG OFF!

>> No.16937048

Japan doesn't use daylight savings time so you get like 4am sunrises in summer.

>> No.16937049
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What's with all the cameras?

>> No.16937203
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you got to take the pictures of the train when it turns the bend

>> No.16937214
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especially when its the red one.

>> No.16937293

Red one, best one.

>> No.16937401
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he's waving at the camera hehe

>> No.16937497

One day in the far future, I will be waving for the camera. Please look forward to it.

>> No.16938330 [DELETED] 

Okinawa, Naha




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Okinawa, Naha




>> No.16938339

Just tuned back into Bessho station and I saw some women walk off camera. Did anyone catch them? Were they cute? I didn't get a good look.

>> No.16938373
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There seems to be some special event at Ueda for Golden Week, there's a new livestream of a crossroad:

I don't suppose anyone saw what was supposed to happen here? A parade maybe? It's actually an interesting little stream, it's got sound and everything.

>> No.16938380

That seems neat, thanks! I'll be definitely checking this out from time to time. Any idea if it gets completely dark during the night?

>> No.16938387

Don't know, it just started today and seems to be a one-day thing, hence me wondering if it were the meeting point of some shrine parade or something.

>> No.16938561
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Is there anything that Japan won't miniaturise? Even their RVs are tiny.

>> No.16939016

Stop forcing this shitty new station. Find a good new one or let it die.

>> No.16939076

What's wrong with the Yunokami-Onsen Station camera?
It's a comfy little station not far from Aizuwakamatsu.

>> No.16939088

I think it's rather pretty with the cherry branches, thatched roof and cars passing by. Rather less traffic than the old one, true

>> No.16939243

Feel free to leave if you want to. Nobody's forcing you to stay.

>> No.16939293

I like the new station cams. Please don't speak for everyone.

>> No.16939364
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That schedule is a big help. Thanks for sharing it.
Their punctuality also helps.

>> No.16941160
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It must be nice to be able to just go out and sit under the sakura tree like people seem to be doing regularly at Yunokami.

>> No.16941195
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Is some special train coming or something?

>> No.16941200

I think this coming one is the AIZUマウントエクスプレス号

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>> No.16941244
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>> No.16941286

Ah yes I will be looking forward to seeing you anon. Until that day, fighto!

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>> No.16941360

Damn I hate how far away from Aizuwakamatsu I live now.

It would take like two and a half hours to drive there using the express ways (aka toll roads) and about the same if I use trains (including Shinkansen)

Probably cost about the same either way.

>> No.16941404
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School on sunday?

>> No.16941417
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>> No.16941421

Yikes! Cutie alert!

>> No.16941426
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>> No.16941430
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Here it comes! Also old lady cleaning the stairs. Good job old lady!

>> No.16941442

When will the saga continue? You better catch her when she comes back. Not literally, but on the stream. You know what I mean!

>> No.16941457

Maybe a club activity.

>> No.16942544
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2 trains!

>> No.16943221 [DELETED] 

The lights twinkling in the background of Bessho, is that Ueda? I wonder if you can see any firework displays from here?

What about Bessho? It seems closer to Tokyo if that's where you live.

>> No.16943234

The lights twinkling in the background of Bessho, is that Ueda? I wonder if you can see any firework displays from here?

What about Bessho? It seems closer to Tokyo if that's where you live.

>> No.16943552

Cute find indeed. Maybe it's for cram school?

>> No.16943585

Had my first fap here

>> No.16943685

I am enjoying the variety of new cameras.

>> No.16943852

but does anyone know that website that has a giant panorama of tokyo and you can zoom in to see tons of details/people etc?

>> No.16944059
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Damn I missed the last train.
Oh well, for it being midnight over there on a sunday, the onsen has a lot of couples going around. Probably drunk.

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>> No.16944192

thank you!

>> No.16944227
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every time.

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>> No.16944709


please don't post my nap spot

>> No.16945308
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This entire week is a holiday, right? That mean we won't be able to see some qts in uniforms at the crossroads if they are taking that camera down soon.

Also, I'm surprised Japan still his timer junctions. Even my backwards country changed over to those pressure sensors in the road years ago.

>> No.16945552

what prefecture do you live in anon?

>> No.16945826

>What about Bessho? It seems closer to Tokyo if that's where you live.
Na, I moved the other direction. In Miyagi prefecture now, Higashimatsushima.

>> No.16945849

Monday and Tuesday are normal days, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are holidays.
Some schools will still have club activities on Golden Week, so there could be still be some qts in uniforms.

Japan does have sensor type junctions as well, overhead instead of under the road, but because they haven't really phased in roundabouts yet timed junctions make a lot of sense when you have so many traffic lights around because they can be timed in a sequence to move traffic.

>> No.16946321

Now this man knows how to take it easy! That is MAXIMUM easy!

>> No.16946344
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Pretty noisy at the station now. Cars and stuff going around quite a bit.
Also some nerd taking photos. Good on you nerd.

>> No.16946373

this one is comfy
but there's music

>> No.16946406

Heyyyy isn't that where kabukicho love hotel was filmed at? A great movie that one! Could be a different spot, but the whole place looks so samey. Still, pretty neat.

>> No.16946433

oh shit
this polar bear is going wild

>> No.16946448

IT DID A BACKFLIP! Almost at least!

>> No.16946503

Holy crap it's doing it non stop. I wonder if there's any reason behind it.

>> No.16946509

daily exercise

>> No.16946752

oh the current chat is interesting...I feel like I'm eavesdropping on some fairly personal conversation.

>> No.16947181

These are pretty sweet, you can control them and everything. Are there any more like this?

>> No.16947300

another quaint little stream

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>> No.16947488
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Hello there

>> No.16947773

Aww, it's gone. It's a pity nobody saw the parade, have to remember about it for next year.

It was an interesting camera though. It showed me that Asian drivers really are as dangerous as their stereotype suggests. In the few short days the camera was live I saw multiple lorries blasting through the junction just as the lights were turning red, vans cutting corners and actually driving on the wrong side of the road, multiple cars speeding through the 7-11 carpark to bypass the junction and even a guy on a moped ramp up onto the path and drive along the path and pedestrian crossing in order to avoid the lights. Crazy. If the police set up a camera there, they would make thousands in fines.

>> No.16947783

Why is it gone? Is it going to come back?

>> No.16947793

It seems to have been set up specifically to show an annual samurai-style parade that happens on the first day of golden week. I hope it will come back for next year's parade.

>> No.16947867

That's honestly pretty normal for Japanese traffic outside of Tokyo and it's better than you'd think. There's an order to it. Most vehicles also blow the red when turning right, that's standard. Sometimes there's a pad in the middle of the road for people turning right to sit inside.

>> No.16947895

Now we're talking.

>> No.16947925

The two things Japanese people are really bad at when it comes to driving is stopping for red lights and speed.

Pretty much every day I see cars going through intersections after their light has already turned red, and I am not including the ones who were waiting inside the intersection to turn, only ones that cross the line after it has turned red.

I have been told by Japanese people that 10km/h over the limit is fine, 15km/h is usually okay, 20km/h is pushing your luck. From personal experience if you are driving on a semi busy two lane road at 10km/h over the limit and no way to pass then you will form a queue behind you, and it isn't uncommon to be overtaken for just doing 15km/h over the limit (even on a two lane road posted as no overtaking).

Part of it is probably because you just don't see that many police cars out patrolling. And if they are they have to have their lights flashing anyway so you spot them a mile away.

>> No.16947932

I've done 140km/h on the highways and had the police casually cruise past me, as did other traffic. Speed limits in Japan are only a suggestion.

>> No.16947943

Except when they decide to enforce it, and they sometimes do.

>> No.16950144


Are traffic accidents common then in Japan?

>> No.16950338
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loving the bird chirps and ambiance in this stream

>> No.16950345
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the mt fuji stream is also very serene right now

>> No.16950372

I've fallen asleep with this stream on quite a few times. Sometimes it gets a bit loud if there are noisy people there and cars going nonstop, but that is very rare.

>> No.16950391
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>bird chirps and ambiance
another one

>> No.16950406

Check youtube-dl.

>> No.16951070

I dunno if you would say more common than anywhere else but they are fairly common.

>> No.16952697
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Some qt's spotted. Also seems like that there is some tourist group or something there now? Some guy talking loudly to people. I feel like a secret spy!

>> No.16953761

That station is amazing for cute girls man. Once I watched for 5 mins and saw three cute schoolgirls and a woman in thigh high boots with a sexy dress entering that station. Probably a hooker going home after a long night of work? No idea.

>> No.16953862
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Something tells me this week will be kinda unusual in most of the cameras.

>> No.16953873

I have to agree, bessho stream has been unusually loud as of late during daytime. Not that I mind.

>> No.16954200
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If the schedule says 9h46, then 9h46 it shows up.
I'm still impressed by it.

>> No.16954279

As expected of train driver man! Good job.

>> No.16956313
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I come back after 7 years, and we can do this again. Neato. These are the last links I had.

>> No.16956364

I've had good luck w/ streamlink as an intermediary to vlc.

>> No.16957035

I hate tourisy places like these

>> No.16957547


this impresses me to no end as well, here in the states trains run late all the time

>> No.16957733

My local stations aren't that punctual. Decent but not great.

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>> No.16959903
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I've been getting this since yesterday...

>> No.16959984

I guess it is some problem with the site. The camera is working, though. Try watching it through some player with rtmpt://

>> No.16965224

How to use streamlink?

>> No.16965280
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A lot of people on the side.

>> No.16965381
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Even more people have gathered.

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>> No.16968497

I want spiders to leave this board

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>> No.16968867
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>finally get to visit one of my favorite japanese train station
>get eaten by a giant spider.

>> No.16968878
File: 1.88 MB, 1278x718, calm.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

The danger is over, people are starting to re-settle. You can breathe easy now.

>> No.16970164

What'a going on here, a train boot sale?

>> No.16970531

I thought giant monsters attacking japan just happened in movies!

>> No.16970833
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What a crowd!

>> No.16973395

I don't get this. There are just a few trains during the morning but lots of them after noon, is that it?

>> No.16974836
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It is hard to tell from the picture, but there are two girls waving.

>> No.16977666
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>> No.16977757

because it was cinco de mayo

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>> No.16987519

Thank you for posting that.
Good to look back at the good old times.

>> No.16989777

"Feels so strange seeing snow in May"

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Did you take these? Where is this? Looks so beautiful!

>> No.16990964

Clearly it is Hirayama Station.

>> No.16990976

I went back to Fukushima last weekend and there was still snow on the western mountains even though it was 28 degrees in the city.
I doubt there would have been snow in Aizuwakamatsu, of course, but it certainly was weird looking at the snow while in that heat.

>> No.16990998

>tfw a cringy vaporwave producer steals these and uses it for his MV

>> No.16993091

It was nice that the onsens were busy during the holidays. I had wondered if the onsens were still there and if anyone actually uses them in modern times.

>> No.16994022

>and if anyone actually uses them in modern times.
Of course they do. Families, groups of co-works, old people. Taking a bath is more of an Asian thing than European one.

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>> No.16994064

You are Bulgarian. Stop lying as a country.

>> No.16994210

Not.. really the right kind of thing, but interesting nevertheless. Thanks.

>> No.16994389


>> No.16998615
File: 363 KB, 1080x1820, Yunokami-Onsen Station maid hotel.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Yes, but you often hear about all the resorts that close down after the bubble and how bath houses are closing down because people prefer to bathe in the privacy of their own homes. Then you have more modern competition, like theme parks that are closer to where people live, and cheap jet travel allows you to go to Hawaii for the weekend.

On the other hand, onsens have maids!

>> No.16999129

Don't confuse bath houses with onsen. Bath houses usually are just normal heated water anyway.

>> No.16999173

Trains, so comfy

>> No.17003612

Please keep your self promotion in your own thread!

>> No.17003627
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>> No.17003678


??? Reread my post because I wasn't. Dumbass

>> No.17005371
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>> No.17005545

Holy shit. How did you get such quality?

>> No.17010121

who the FUCK are you quoting

>> No.17011458

This is a dramatically better cam than Aizu, it blows it the fuck out.

>> No.17011474

The quality is considerably better but the location isn't as good. I wish it was up higher and not so close to the platform so we could see more of the trains and the scenery.

>> No.17012076

Does anyone have any good solutions to recording youtube streams with ffmpeg?

>> No.17012994

Now that's exactly how I imagined a little mountain village onsen to be: dramatic low clouds, dense greenery, humid and thatched roofs. It's a pity the rest of the village isn't nearly as romantic as that.

... Why are you pretending to be me?

>> No.17013034
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>> No.17014169
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This is so weird. It's supposed to be 10pm there and everything is already closed down for the day?
Are they on daylight savings or something so I'm mistaking it for 11pm instead?

>> No.17017141

Yeah, it looks like the last train on the weekends at least is around 10-11pm

>> No.17017575

In fact, it looks like the last train heading to Aizuwakamatsu passes through at around 9pm and the last train from Aizuwakamatsu arrives around 10:30pm.

>> No.17025338

I can't speak for any other companies, but I can for JR. Punctuality is key. Your job, quite literally, depends on it.

There are some JR routes with five second tolerances per stop. They're not a suggestion or a best case scenario. They're a requirement. Every single day, every time you make a stop. They'll tolerate, at most, around two screwups in a six month period. Then you're done. You're also done if someone even suspects you're going to screw up.

I can also assure you the rest of your working life there will be as hostile as the adherence to safety and timetables. Don't miss a signal announcement (they have cameras in cab, they know the exact moment you do), a timetable, a safety sign, a driver inspection, your scheduled break and lunch times, your driver changeover time, company holiday outings, or overtime.

>> No.17025353
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A bright night.

>> No.17027522

What's with Hokkaido always being so fucking empty? It's like a ghost town. There is rarely ever anything going on on the streets. I find it extremely weird.


>> No.17027681

Could it be one of those areas that's only really busy everywhere during certain events/mid summer?

>> No.17030072

Anyone notice the amazing new Bessho line documentary? Even though I can't understand what the lady is saying, I think it's very well done. But it's a pity they didn't do the cab view all the way to Bessho.

>> No.17030183
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I don't know about Japan, but 5.30 is considered rush hour where I live, yet there is less traffic in Hokkaido than I see on a Sunday afternoon in my city. Weird. An expensive congestion toll perhaps?

>> No.17032541
File: 2.55 MB, 1920x1080, colours.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

So much colour variation on this stream, I love it!

No trains though unfortunately.

>> No.17032606

I would like that except there is too many people particularly tourists and normalfags having al round good time.

>> No.17032619

The Youtube channel for the website that hosts the Bessho-Onsen Station just uploaded this video:


Is our new train station in it?

>> No.17033268

I noticed that just now. What a comfy ride!

>> No.17041718
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By the time I get home it is often already late night in Japan.

>> No.17041772

>My shitty ass transit system will never be even 1/100th as good

Riding BART in the Bay Area is suffering.

>> No.17042045

Same here but there's something I find to be odd.
Not too long ago I'd check the camera at about 10pm there, which should be when one of the trains is supposed to come by, but lately the lights have been all off since as early as 8pm. It's odd.

>> No.17042872

At least on BART you have cell reception

>> No.17048727
File: 2.89 MB, 640x480, odd train 1.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.17048735
File: 2.78 MB, 640x480, odd train 2.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.17048751

Damn, wasn't watching when that rolled up. Great capture. Train looks really cool.

>> No.17049701

That looks so weird. It looks really old and oddly modern at the same time.

>> No.17051906

There's a nice video showing the little details we can't see on the camera.
There's also what seems to be a schedule at 2:19 I think?

>> No.17052826
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Thanks for the webms.

Took a while to research (when I should have just went on the main website).

Hopefully someone with fluent Japanese can fully translate.


Its an event train 会津浪漫号 and runs mainly on the weekends (schedule in the link above).


Judging on the curve at the top front of the train its probably the AT-400 series (AT-401).


The cat logos running along the 2nd carriage of the train and at the back is apparently Love (らぶ? Rabu) the cat station master of the next train station Ashinomaki-Onsen Station 芦ノ牧温泉駅.


Has his own twitter.


>> No.17052872

I think this is the timetable schedule.


>> No.17052887
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I am really liking this new station. Being in the same area as the old one is a big plus. Found lots of nice content and in researching you can really tell they put alot of effort in putting on events, original content and promotions being a tourist hot spring area and all.

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>> No.17052919
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Oh and it snows there. Can't wait till winter.

>> No.17053229
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Pink flowers for my yellow friend.

>> No.17054595

So when was the camera at Aizu Wakamatsu station installed? I'm curious for how many years they streamed.

>> No.17056187
File: 2.82 MB, 640x480, late night.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

That's interesting, must be a nice train to ride, specially that back part with open windows and rails. Also, cute cat.

So I was finding weird that as early as 8 or 9pm the lights were all off, as they were today, but apparently it's just for the sake of energy saving? Anyways, close to 10pm lights came back up, this train passed on by and some minutes later went off again. Good to know.

>> No.17058496
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I'm not sure. I just checked and the 7:36 and 8:03 showed up exactly on time a little while ago.
But I'm not sure what the two rows mean. The one in the left has Aizu Wakamatsu on the top.

>> No.17058560
File: 2.95 MB, 640x480, 8h03 train.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.17058567
File: 2.93 MB, 640x480, have a good day.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.17058699
File: 2.52 MB, 640x480, 8h33 train.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

And here's the 8h33 train described on the left.
I think the trains on the left row are the ones coming from way back there, like the one in this webm.
And the trains on the right row are the ones that are heading towards Aizu Wakamatsu, or, the ones closes to the camera.

>> No.17058729
File: 2.88 MB, 640x480, say chiizu.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>I'll go over there and take a picture
>Make a pose!
>Point to the station or something!
>Like this?
>Ok, got it!
>Hurry up, the train is coming.

It's how I imagine this webm went.

>> No.17060288

It's always funny to observe people on various stations and try piece together what the HECK is going on.

>> No.17060296
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>> No.17061862

What's the budget way to get to Aizu Wakamazu from Tokyo? I'd prefer to dodge Tohoku as it makes the trip 10k one way which is a lot for just a fun, gimmicky visit,

>> No.17062807
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>Not planning the ultimate pilgrimage

To answer your question, I can't see any other way you can get up to Aizu without paying Y10k unless you are able to borrow a car or have lots of time and are willing to hitch-hike/cycle.

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>> No.17064012

Maybe one of these days. By the way what the fuck is up with that russian station? I had it as well?

>> No.17064052

Jesus northern Japan is beautiful.

>> No.17065583


I'm doing that route (except I'm going a different way to Maebashi) next month. Looking forward to it. Typical that the Aizu-Wakamatsu camera closes before I go though.

>> No.17065644

Be sure to eat sauce katsudon when you are in Aizu-Wakamatsu.

>> No.17065964
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>> No.17065969
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Nobody got down from it.

>> No.17066002
File: 2.85 MB, 640x480, double train.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Close to 9pm

>> No.17066007
File: 2.29 MB, 640x480, and again nobody gets down.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.17067305

Are you going with anyone? I love to travel but I don't know how to travel alone.
>it makes the trip 10k one way which is a lot for just a fun, gimmicky visit,
Wait, what do you mean you're just doing a gimmicky visit? I mean these 3 places are touristy places with two of them being Onsen hot springs surely you stay a bit to take in what the places are like?

>> No.17067946

>By the way what the fuck is up with that russian station?
I have no idea, it wasn't like that a few months ago.

Take lots of pictures and videos. Post here.

>> No.17068177

It's the local specialty.

>> No.17068455

Damn it, finding this thread made me start looking for interesting IP cams again.
Now i am gonna have to dig more monitors out of the basement storage.

In case someone has missed it:
Large directory of public accessible IP webcams.

>> No.17073056
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>> No.17075304

Are there any live cameras in the Fukushima area?

>> No.17075443

In The Zone or the prefecture in general?

>> No.17075464

The exclusion zone preferably. I'd love to watch nature reclaim it

>> No.17081253
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>> No.17081326
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>> No.17083401

Right. I thought sauce katsudon was a pretty common dish.

>> No.17083446

Pizza is a common dish, but go to new haven and they'll tell you they do it best.

>> No.17083466


when did the yellow engine get here,

>> No.17083473

It has been around a week.

>> No.17084306
File: 2.94 MB, 640x480, saturday morning.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Even they look like they're not used to this train.

>> No.17084316
File: 2.63 MB, 640x480, have a good (buffering) day.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Should I keep posting these webms every now and then or is it too much?

>> No.17084441


I'm going alone. I don't know how to travel with other people.


I'll try to take pictures. I bought a GoPro so I can take video, but I'm not even great at taking pictures so we'll see how well that works out.

I'm still planning the last few bits and pieces. Planning a journey using nothing but local lines has been a nightmare. Most of them have very few trains per day so working out how to fit it all together ended up being far harder than I expected.

I'm staying in Aizu a couple of nights so I can do the Tadami Line and Banetsu East for visiting Kitakata.

>> No.17085122

Keep posting! I don't watch that particular stream that often so I appreciate seeing anything you notice on it.

>> No.17086002

Yes please keep posting every now and then. We really appreciate it.

I've been meaning to ask how you make these webms? I would like to contribute every now and then as well.

>> No.17086336
File: 2.92 MB, 640x480, last train of the day.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Alright, no problem. Just so I knew somebody was watching those.

>> No.17086345
File: 2.47 MB, 640x480, have a good night.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I record them the hard way.
This camera is tricky because opening the stream on vlc you'll often get the gray screen glitches. So I just record the whole screen using OBS and then crop using a video editing program. Although you could probably set up OBS to record only the webcam area.
Then I convert to webm with XMedia Recode

>> No.17088695
File: 2.42 MB, 640x480, Comp 1.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.17088702
File: 2.10 MB, 640x480, Comp 2.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

If you wanna catch any of the trains in camera, this >>17058496 is the schedule, 2 or 3 minutes give or take.

>> No.17092496

I live in Ottawa and once had an OCTranspo driver pull my bus over to the side of the road for ten minutes (we were ahead of schedule) so he could get tim hortons

>> No.17093276
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lived in the bay area about 5 years ago, sounds like its still bad as ever

>> No.17093839
File: 2.97 MB, 640x480, 6h47 is the highschool train.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.17093844
File: 2.95 MB, 640x480, I wonder which train they take back home.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>> No.17096579

What school could they possibly attend?

I thought this was a station for the local onsen tourist area. Bit strange for there to be a school nearby. Or is it just me?

>> No.17097372
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Some sort of work on the rails?

>> No.17098139

This looks like some shoegaze album cover.
I'm guessing some general maintenance? Though who the heck would do it in the dark.

>> No.17098183

Probably doing it at night to avoid disturbing traffic as much as possible.

>> No.17098561

From their non-uniform backpacks they look high schoolers rather than junior high, so my bet would be a high school in Aizu-wakamatsu.

>> No.17098664
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Looking at Google Maps I think it's Ōto Junior High

>> No.17098706
File: 2.18 MB, 1322x894, aizuschools.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I'm an idiot, I just reread your post. There's a few high schools they could be going to in Aizu-wakamatsu.

>> No.17102867

We MUST find out exactly which school it is.

>> No.17104305
File: 2.65 MB, 640x480, gaijin spotted.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

It's amazing how easy you can spot a foreigner.
Even if he wasn't slightly overweight, there's something that just makes him stand out completely. Maybe the clothes, but most probably the sunglasses.
Come to think of it, I don't think I've ever seen Japanese people walking around with sunglasses unless they were celebrities.

>> No.17104316
File: 2.80 MB, 640x480, why did you pan the camera you idiot.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Now this is an interesing webm.
I've noticed something on several occasions. You can see it on some of the already posted webms, such as >>17093844 that they actually have to press a button on the outside for the doors to open. I don't know if this is new to me only, but it's a weird thing.
On this webm you can see that one of the old ladies on the bottom tell the other to press it. And for the gaijins on the top, the conductor himself reaches out and presses it.

>> No.17104323
File: 2.94 MB, 640x480, anyways enjoy your trip.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

Over to Aizu wakamatsu they go. Lucky bastards.

>> No.17105390

Some trains have it, some don't.
It seems to be most common on lines where some stops won't have people getting on/off and/or lines which have start and end points in (so not circle lines) so when the train is sitting around waiting to go back down the line people can close the doors after they enter the train (especially in the winter months).

>> No.17105408
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>I don't think I've ever seen Japanese people walking around with sunglasses unless they were celebrities.

Because they don't need them. I think Asian eyelids have evolved specifically to shade their eyes from the glare of the sun, which is why most won't need sunglasses like whitey does. Celebrities may be different because they probably got that eyelid surgery that removes their squint.

>> No.17105684

timer junctions are there to keep truck-kun in business.

>> No.17107879

You can get the link to the actual stream by doing youtube-dl -g [youtube link]. Then you can put that in ffplay or whatever

>> No.17108776

>such as >>17093844 that they actually have to press a button on the outside for the doors to open. I don't know if this is new to me only, but it's a weird thing.
I'm >>17092496 and we have light rail up here in Ottawa. You have to press a button to open the doors.
See around 1:20 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWV8CIw14hA

>> No.17108837

so you guys just watch trains? seems very comfy. I want to set up lots of iina windows streaming different stations now

shame that they're all dead for my GMT+0 evenings, I guess I'll have to watch in the mornings

>> No.17109717

The clothes I don't know why and a bit of the mannerisms which again I can't describe.

Also nice catch again. Don't know how but you're really good at catching these.

>> No.17109737

Welcome. Please stay and enjoy yourself. Make yourself a nice drink and play some music you like if it helps makes it super comfy.

>> No.17109993

I've put this one in a monitor, maybe not so good for seeing people but it's good overnight and it was cool to see the thunderstorm go through.

>> No.17110584
File: 2.92 MB, 640x480, poor obacchan.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

I'm just lucky I guess.
I probably could catch more, like the schoolgirls more often, but I'm not always at my computer by the time the 6h47 train stops by. But tuning in the webcams 3 or 4 minutes before the scheduled train always works.

I wanted to make a time lapse but I don't think it's going to work. Which is a shame, it would look beautiful.

>> No.17110590
File: 2.89 MB, 640x480, 8h03 train.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

It's a shame you missed on the Aizu Wakamatsu station camera. It was worth leaving on the background or a second monitor all day long. You can find some videos on youtube about it. These ones are nice too.
This one http://live.ueda.ne.jp/bessyo.html is worth leaving on. The background sound of birds along with traffic is great.

>> No.17110600
File: 2.67 MB, 640x480, have a nice day.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

That lady who works at the station is not wearing her yellow jacket as usual. She looks cuter like that.

>> No.17112640
File: 395 KB, 500x530, 18725193.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

>The background sound of birds along with traffic is great.
I was recording a comfy 3 hour audio clip of rain and distant thunder last night only to try to load it for editing today and find out i fucked it up somehow and the file is corrupted.

>> No.17112737
File: 1.54 MB, 3840x2160, Untitled.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]

How do you know if you are taking things too far?
Maybe i should get a pair of 4k monitors to hang on the wall.

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>> No.17113624

Having more than two streams open at one time is taking it too far! But I see you are a man of duty. Keep Japan safe my friend. Report any alien sightings.

>> No.17113695

Will do, i just wish i would find more of the 2way audio cameras so i could scream at people in horribly massacred Japanese and see their reaction.

>> No.17115106

You should switch to a flavor of linux and use a tiling window manager, it would be perfect

>> No.17115249
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This is my third monitor, for example

>> No.17115293

Amazing. How does your bandwidth handle all these streams?

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Here's a thunder from some hours ago.

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>> No.17116278

I'm the guy with only three and I'm not really sure honestly. They seize up every once in a while but now I'm down to two and it's not so bad.

>> No.17116290

Not sure if this one has been posted, pretty during the day with windmills

>> No.17116307

Is the driver giving a woman something?

>> No.17116992

4chan is probably not the best place for this but these threads are comfy so might as well. Anyone feeling like exploring these lines in the coming weeks? Due to work only weekends are OK for me but with tsuyu coming the onsen makes it a nice timing.

>> No.17117717


I'm >>17065583 and I'm doing a run around Fukushima, Tochigi and Ibaraki in a few weeks, but I don't think I'll have a weekend free unfortunately. I'm in Tokyo one weekend and meeting some other friends the next. Plus my route is all planned and hotels booked.

Sorry. I've actually met up with random 4chan people every time I've been over there so I would have.

>> No.17118099

Yes. He does that everyday several times a day.
Not sure what it is exactly. Looks heavy.

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>> No.17123050

>4chan is probably not the best place for this
What why?

>> No.17124536

He probably thinks of 4chan users as being weird and maybe dangerous.

>> No.17124897

A lot of people here could be hesitant to give up their anonymity, at least i would be

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>> No.17125761

What happened to it?

I swear, I go away for a couple years and everything I love dies.

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