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Aizu-Wakamatsu Train Station Camera, rest in peace.

Camera List & Guides: https://trainstream.github.io

湯野上温泉駅 Yunokami-Onsen Station:

Previous threads:

>> No.19919027

>new thread

>> No.19919529

In all seriousness, our options would be infinitychan /jp/, some other image board or as a last resort social media. I probably would stop watching if this went to social media though.

>> No.19919774

> social media
No thank you...

>> No.19920404
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Yeah, i think social media is definitely out for me too.
Some of the IP camera streams i watch while unauthenticated are still questionable if the owner intended for them to be publicly available, and the only faster way of getting shit pulled from the internet then posting it on 4chan is posting it on any sort of social media.

Also a guy i used to know posted about unsecured IP cameras a few years back got people not understanding the difference questioning if he was hacking into peoples webcams to spy on them, and later got the cops on him for posting about finding cameras in places he really should have stayed away from.
Not much of this applies to these threads but all it takes is one person misunderstanding things to get into a shitty situation.

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Currently rendering a 4 hour timelapse of sunrise and general morning activity at the shrine from a few days ago.
I don't know why. It might be neat when it's done.

>> No.19921018

I would love to chat with you guys. I am so lonely.

>> No.19921134
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Water is rising kinda fast, this river was calm just a few hours ago.

>> No.19921174

It's too gloomy for me. I hate cloudy day.

>> No.19921244

Well fall rainy season is upon us so it will be rainy most days for a few weeks in most regions

>> No.19924745
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Haven't posted in a while.

>> No.19927309
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Someone asked about more shrine streams a while back, found this while digging through old camera lists.
Unfortunately the angle isn't that great and the lights around ruin the image once it starts getting darker.

For opening in media players:

>> No.19927464

Do cabrides count or should I fuck off to /n/?

>> No.19928887
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I don't think anyone would mind, i think they are very comfy.

>> No.19930620

If we like looking at doors and fish, a cab is way closer to a train.

>> No.19932312

Why is this station so comfy looking?

>> No.19933726
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hey anons - what's going on with the field of white there?

>> No.19934124

Might be new rocks they put down, not weathered yet.

>> No.19934381
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What about a Discord?

>> No.19935531

One could make one of those reddit pages.
Reddit is not all that bad when you don't visit the pages with autistic people.

>> No.19935641 [DELETED] 

I don't know what the big deal is, because I don't go outside of this thread, but you can always visit pic related. There is even a thread there.

>> No.19935655
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I don't know what the big deal is, because I don't go outside of this thread, but you can always visit pic related. There is even a thread there.

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That's like borderline social media, but i guess it could work.
>pic related
Good point.

>> No.19937360

What about IRC...?

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>> No.19942641

It hurts to live exactly on the other side of planet from Japan. It's always night on those streams for me.

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>> No.19942719

If you don't have a 16 hours long night surely at some time of the day for you is also a day for them.

>> No.19946258

Are you guys train otaku or do you just enjoy the aesthetics of the stations themselves and the surrounding areas?

>> No.19946283

We are debu otaku.

>> No.19946339
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The latter for me.

>> No.19946407

I always miss dusk with my timezone, which is my favorite time of the day. At least I always see dawn.

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This chapter totally reminded me of these threads

>> No.19947292
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I came for the trains. I'm staying for beautiful Hokkaido.

>> No.19947625

discord is irc for gen z
i honestly don't see a difference

>> No.19947662

Solely the trains. Where I live trains are solely used to haul coal out and chinese imports in, so if you want to travel by rail you gotta go freight hopping

Inter-city passenger trains seem so civilized

>> No.19948027
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I have been escaping reality by watching IP cameras and streams around the world since 2004, just turns out i enjoy the aesthetics of Japanese countryside more then anything else.
Station cameras are nice because they show a lot of people coming and going.
Now i just need to find a decent quality stream outside a conbini with some vending machines, a shrine and inside a restaurant, preferably with sound.

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Not sure why I did this 4.5 hour timelapse, all the fun stuff I saw is lost trying to fit it into a reasonable filesize and length. I might do a 'highlight' of the morning and link to it, there was a few neat things occurring at this time.

>> No.19951380

Do you live in North Korea?

>> No.19954457
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>> No.19954735

Hokkaido is the Wisconsin of Japan

>> No.19955333

Winter is coming.

>> No.19955757
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In 2005 I took an overnight train from Tokyo to snowy Hokkaido. I was by myself for a whole month in Japan during Christmas time and I was at a very shaky, directionless part of my 20s. The train made its way north, and I became almost meditative. The view was incredible, the food was delicious, and I befriended some of the nicest people. It’s when I really fell in love with Japan and represents, for me, the most personable way to travel. People are usually tired and stressed on an airplane, and cozy and friendly on a train. Just a better time all around, IMO.

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to be another beautiful year boys

>> No.19958763

Okay, but the people on social media are probably not the people you're talking to in this thread.

>> No.19958768

Worse, rural Canada

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>> No.19960032

Same bud. Never seen the ocean, never seen a passenger train. It's just not a thing out here, they're all just boxcars for lumber and such.

>> No.19962165

Looks like you enjoyed your 20s, despite the shaky part.
I envy you.

>> No.19962821

Unfortunately the Tokyo-Sapporo Cassiopeia train stopped running in 2016 with the opening of the Hokkaido shinkansen

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Umbrella time!

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>> No.19970064

How do people like >>19543940 ride the tracks like that safely? Do they just rely on the train schedule (it might change!) or do they only use abandoned tracks?

>> No.19970502

You know, I've just realized something. With a little computer vision you could automatically build a highlights reel of the what happens at this station. Speed up the video when there is nothing going on and slow it down when there is something. It would miss minor but sometimes interesting motion like the birds, though.

>> No.19970539

It's most likely it is abandoned track.
They're certainly not just willy nilly picking tracks to ride that contraption on. They'd get in a huge load of shit if they attempted it.

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*bites off your head*

>> No.19970647

I am not a regular in these threads, but the views remind me of where I spent my childhood. We had train tracks running through the countryside with regular passenger trains, though they rarely stopped in my small town. The Japanese counterpart looks cleaner and nicer with a lot less war.

>> No.19970952

>>>/n/ is the second most fitting board for this thread, followed perhaps by >>>/trv/. I don't think it's heavily moderated. >>>/int/ is too crappy.

>> No.19973110

I've actually been meaning to do this. Though the stream auto-closes after upwards of 30 minutes(for me via ffmpeg), I mean, I can just have it loop start stop them for 24 hours, switch to another dir, start recording the current day, then append and modify the current version fit 24 hours into a few minutes. Then just have it auto upload them somewhere.

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sa'll good! made it back to japan and am enjoying it immensely. Thinking of visiting Aizu-Wakamatsu in a week or so since I have some time between jobs.

ah shit :(

Now I really want to ride this:

>> No.19977854
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The usual Okinawa stream I watch is a cafe facing the coast but they just ended their camera feed and presumably closed shop due to the typhoon drawing nearer. The rain and wind were getting quite strong.

I don't think there are any other live streams of the area right now aside from


>> No.19978200

that looks brilliant, please post it if it comes back up

>> No.19978204

This is creepy. Is this more hacking or something? Are you actually allowed to watch these?

>> No.19978214

No, yes.

>> No.19978220

Are you sure? Ok...

>> No.19978226

Yup. Welcome to the internet though

>> No.19978356

Things in these threads are public videos unless linked from insecam, which is usually just unprotected security footage for parking lots and back entrances.

>> No.19979330

Id love to but to hell with sleeping, I'll prolly be awake the whole trip due to autism.

>> No.19982500

>This is creepy.
People watching comfy train station streams is creepy?
>Is this more hacking or something?
If you call typing the url of the stream into a browser or media player "hacking", sure.
>Are you actually allowed to watch these?
It's publicly available streams or IP cameras, what do you think?
Hell, most of the high resolution images you find in these threads are from youtube streams.

It's not like we are cracking passwords to access IP cameras in peoples homes or using malware to hijack their webcams.

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why did you take the b8 anon

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>> No.19990432

I fucking love this comfy station.

>> No.19990748

It never did. When I look now, at the new video link, there is a wall that was knocked over and destroyed, the grass has changed color, and every single bit of foliage lining the footpath was ripped out by wind.

I spent around 21 hours rendering some footage of the southern sea as seen from Makurazaki Iwato Hotel, so I will go over it and see if I can display some powerful waves.
Their channel also has this view you can skim through, which is from a different camera perspective and gets very violent around halfway.

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On the Shinkansen. Comfy af.

>> No.19993334

I stumbled across an Aizu-Wakamatsu snowing thread a few years ago, and every year I made a point of coming back to the threads since they were so wholesome and comfy. Since then the more I've hung out in these threads, the more I've come to appreciate just how cathartic train and other livecams are. I've also developed a burning desire to a) finally visit Japan now that I've got the money and an excuse to go (friends working out there) and b) to take an overnight sleeper train journey again. Last one was Shanghai to Beijing with a bunch of guys I knew back from my school days. Didn't realise how special the experience was at the time which I deeply regret now. Rapidly turning into a train otaku I think.

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>> No.19996104

that is one hell of a before and after :(

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there's someone wearing a white dress standing on the wall and periodically waving the skirt in the air

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also this guy periodically runs up to her, poses for a shot and then runs back off frame. I think they're posing for wedding photos

>> No.19996574

That's cute.

>> No.19997478

>Aizu-Wakamatsu Train Station Camera, rest in peace
Did the camera go offline? I'm new to these threads so I'm pretty unaware.

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just popped up as live on my notifications :)

nice calm storm running right now

>> No.20009091

Rural Japan is so comfy.

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>> No.20011612

That's adorable.

>> No.20011669
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I took this picture the other day from the Shinkansen. It's out of focus, but almost looks animated to me.

>> No.20011696

That's really nice even with the bluriness. What coast was that?

>> No.20011711

I think it being slightly out of focus actually adds something to it. It feels a little dreamlike.

>> No.20012008

They're like little ducklings
Nice pic anon

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>> No.20015422

Good, camera is back(?), I couldn't get it to connect yesterday.

>> No.20015456
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One on, two off. A peaceful late morning.

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able to connect with no issues
looks like it's time for track maintenance

>> No.20017028
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as the day comes to an end, reflect and remember your goals
i'll be here soon damnit

>> No.20017031

Good stuff.

>> No.20017401

Don't forget to take lots of pictures...

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facing south (map to the left)

doesn't it? i imagine the credits for an anime rolling over it


>> No.20017847

when are you visiting? i was going to go visit this week, but i don't want to steal anyone's thunder if you're flying all the way here to visit the station

>> No.20017848

I'll be taking the same line in the Tokyo direction tomorrow, nice. I've been down the coast to Shizuoka before but it was cloudy and it cuts through a lot of mountains on the Tokyo-Shizuoka stretch

>> No.20018122

I'm actually hoping to visit some friends working out in Japan at the moment. However I'd like to do some independent traveling for myself while I'm there. Any tips?

>> No.20018311
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I just went to Hiroshima for a few days. Flat city, but worth a few days time. The train ride alone was worth it.

depends how your japanese is

if i had to just riff here, i'd say these are my golden rules for traveling in Japan independently:

1. Prioritize. Make a list of everything you want to do. Rank them from most to least desirable. Then start at the top of the list. If you burn out, you will have at least done the things you really wanted to do most. Aim for two things a day--anything more and honestly you risk getting burned out. Between traveling, food, and the unpredictable weather, overplanning could ruin a trip to Japan real quickly. There will always be opportunities to come back.

2. Make it easy on yourself to get around. Buy a Passmo/Suica when you get here. They cost 500yen. You buy the pass at a standard ticket machine, charge it up with a 10,000yen bill, and you don't have to worry about buying JR or subway tickets while you're here. Nothing worse than walking by foreigners outside of the train gates staring at a map trying to figure out if they need to buy a 240yen ticket or a 310yen ticket to get somewhere. This, as 400 people are rushing around them trying to get home or to work. Just use the pass--you walk to the turnstile, scan it, and go without worrying about how much to pay. These passes work all over the country, and now can be used to buy food, toiletries, and everything else at convenience stories, which, if your Japanese is poor, will be a godsend.

3. Make time to sit still. The rush of the city is enough to overwhelm anyone. Find a nice place to sit down and just sit. Literally this is the best advice I could give. There's so much to be understood and learned about Japan by just sitting and watching people in a smaller neighborhood. Harajuku and Shibuya are largely shitholes IMO, full of tourists. I like to go to smaller areas and just sit and people-watch. My favorite places are smaller neighborhoods in SW Tokyo with great coffeehouses: Wakabayashi, Jiyugaoka, Sakurashinmachi, Gakugeidaigaku. These are urban neighborhoods, with enough to see, but not so crazy that you can't hear your own thoughts. Literally just go to the train station, pick a direction, and start walking. This is how Tokyo will reveal her true self to you. It's not throngs of people, glittering lights, and giant screens--it's largely pic related.

I could go on and on, but it's really about your threshold for crowds, noise, and your language ability.

And if you're really not sure and have the cash, there's always Voyajin (bit pricey though). https://www.govoyagin.com/things-to-do/tokyo

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>>20015456 checking in, I won't... I'll be looking for you on the feed though. Hopefully I don't forget to take a picture...

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>> No.20021038

So cozy...

>> No.20021109

Which line is this? Tadami-sen?

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>> No.20021247

>God I wish that were me

>> No.20021715

the dream

>> No.20022302

who u quting

>> No.20023470

Couple more months.

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>> No.20030303

gorgeous. can't wait for the snow to hit in a month or two.

>> No.20032268

Just two cars? Can it get even more comfier than that?

>> No.20032755

Single cars.

>> No.20032974

A little too small, for me. Two cars gives you a lot more space but not to much like a three car.

>> No.20033020

Most single cars have hardly anyone on them anyway.

>> No.20033024

Oh true. If you're alone on a single car at night, wouldn't it be spooky though?

>> No.20033036

The conductor will be there at least.

>> No.20033040

Is there any reason you wouldn't be able to have a conversation with the conductor if you were the only two on the train and there was a fair while before the next station? Is there any policy that they aren't allowed to talk to passengers?

>> No.20035066

In my experience, it really depends on the size of the line. Those that run through the big cities will generally be completely cordoned off from you, and those that aren't will just ask you to step back and silently suggest you leave them alone. You have better luck with the more rural lines.

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>> No.20038412

A lot of the time the conductor is in a box.
Also, he/she is expected to keep attention on the line while the train is moving.

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4 people got on today.

>> No.20039910

anyone got the link to the Buddhist shrine cam?

>> No.20043258

Best station ever.

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Yunokami-001 is too scary guys.
Seriously don't know why it's so misty though.

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>> No.20051783

Huh, this all looks rather interesting. I've always loved trains, but growing up with frickin SEPTA of all things didn't exactly help... I can't see myself getting too into them until I'm much older, but this looks super comfy and potentially cool. I had no clue the Japanese railroad system was like this. No wonder train otaku are so common!

>> No.20052110

Obviously new dungeon...

>> No.20055805

Where is Kabukicho. It was my favourite stream of all time, just suddenly couldn't find it this morning.

>> No.20056197

its down it seems. best i can offer is shibuya crossing


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keeps you comfy

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>> No.20068288

Now that's a challenge.

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We just got a nice cleaning and adjustment, /jp/

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He seems to use his glove for quick scratch paper calcs. Seems to be the same worker as last time. Always a fun thing to see.

I never got to see a cleaning event in Aizu, even though it has been captured on cam by some other viewer here. A cam cleaning event for Aizu is considered one of the rarest

>> No.20069729

the numbers /jp/, what do they mean?

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I still haven't gotten around to rendering all my typhoon footage from this camera, because it stops being as neat when sped up.

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This is but a small sample of the storm's worst part, unfortunately the audio of the west-facing camera is terrible in wind and was fully distorted, so it's best that this is a silent webm.

>> No.20073464

How is Japan faring after all of the shit weather that's been thrown its way lately? Is it as bad as when the Tohoku earthquake hit? I worry...

>> No.20073468

Sorry, don't know how I quoted twice there.

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Working on the tracks.

>> No.20074271

west Japan is the part that got fucked, they had earthquake->flood->heat wave->typhoon->another typhoon

I think they're so used to living on a ticking bomb formed by natural disasters that they just grin and bear it.

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Seems construction is over as the train is scheduled to show up.

>> No.20077890

>Is it as bad as when the Tohoku earthquake hit?
Not even close

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>> No.20085748

She's cute.

>> No.20086772

I agree, super cute.

>> No.20087238

Any footage of the rails being swapped out over the past few days? Nice new ones in place now.

>> No.20088412

I really miss the sound of the environment.
Why are these all muted.

>> No.20089285

I was never around for that... maybe another Anon has it.

>> No.20089289

I second this... I just want to hear the Environment as I watch a cam in the background... but I guess it makes sense for privacy or something...

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Happening now, probably the last section we'll be able to see on camera. I don't have any video, but maybe someone else captured something.

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I guess they are taking a break right now and are just sitting there.

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Never mind, I am stupid. They are doing something on the line.

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Got a couple more right before >>20090649

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this one is of right after the winched the new rail into position, would have been great as a vid... >_<

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>> No.20097434

Is there a stream of that view? Looks awesome...

>> No.20097547

At least not from the cameras in our humble list. That said Kanazawa Station and Sin-Osaka Station look sort of similar to that. Sin-Osaka even has sound. >>20088412

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we're about to get pounded here with rain; i always hope to catch that on camera. love the lighting right now though

>> No.20106653

It's funny how much Snow changes things. Not mention the changes made to some of the buildings, the snow almost adds a new layer to the scenery.

>> No.20109214

Comfiest station in this entire gay planet.

>> No.20109445

It's been almost a year since I've been in any of these threads, but I remembered you guys today during a conversation I had today.
I'm staying in Akita prefecture for a while and I was wondering if there's any good stations to photograph or lines to ride on around here. Anyone know any?

>> No.20110670

The Hanawa Line from Odate to Koma.

>> No.20111695

Nairiku line is supposed to be scenic. The Gono line runs along the coast and should be nice too

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Can confirm, I rode the entirety of the Gono line on the Resort Shirakami, and the entirety of the Akita Nairiku line.

>Ou/Gono Line
Beautiful scenery with great views of the coast for most of the ride, and views of Mt Iwaki when leaving the Ou line and entering the Gono line. If you do this trip, do your best to get on the Buna train. Buna is the newest train running the Resort Shirakami service. It has amazingly comfy seats, a lounge/bar car, and large observation areas at the front and back of the train. Aoiike and Kumagera do not have the bar/lounge, but do still have nice seats and observation spaces.

>Akita Nairiku
Great rural Japan scenery, the line runs through a lot of rice fields and forests, with a mountainous area near the middle just after the line's main depot. When I rode, there were several farms that had rice field art for the people riding the train, pic related. There's also a small park near the station at the Takanosu terminus, that has an old C11 tank locomotive in it.

>> No.20112275

Thanks for the ideas, I hope to ride on at least one - so far I've only taken short train rides, might post pictures of the conductors cabin I took once I get to my computer. I'm constantly surprised by the retro digital look of these things in Japan. Another thing I noticed is that the conductors carry these pocket watches that were probably synced with the station clock.
Do you think the coastline ones are worth riding in winter too? I've heard Akita is beautiful in winter and I'm really hoping it lives up to the hype.

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IIRC the full Aomori-Akita run on the Resort Shirakami takes about 5 hours, and the Akita Nairiku full run takes about 3. On my trip, I had stayed at Odate during the Nebuta festival and then took the Resort Shirakami from Aomori to Noshiro, and stayed at Noshiro for 2 nights. I originally planned to do 3 nights, to give 1 day for seeing Juniko and 1 day for hiking Shirakami-dake, but cut it to one because I didn't think I'd manage the Shirakami-dake hike and I'd need to rent a car to do it. After leaving Noshiro, I took a train to Takanosu and rode the Akita Nairiku line all the way to Kakunodate, where I transferred to the Akita shinkansen to go back to Sendai.

If you can only do one, the Resort Shirakami is the more comfortable and more easily accessible ride, with the Tohoku Shinkansen getting you to one end and the Akita Shinkansen getting you to the other. The Akita Nairiku line is a bit out of the way, but is still accessible by the Akita Shinkansen at one end and a limited express service at the other. Both were beautiful during the summer, and I think they'd be even better in the winter. I do have a lot of love for the Akita Nairiku line though, I really like Japan's small private rail lines and the Akita Nairiku is a really nice one.

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Any scenic line becomes something else in winter.

>> No.20113728

Tadami-sen looks just stunning all the time.

>> No.20113942

I hope to do at least one of those, because honestly, I have time for both, but I want to see more than just Akita. I was wondering if there were any cameras along the line. I really enjoyed these threads back when I kept up with them and I kind of want to say hello to everyone if that makes any sense to anyone. Just my bit of internet sentimentalism you know.

>> No.20117018

Not sure on the cameras, but if I had the kind of time you have I would definitely try to ride some of the restored steam locomotive services they run. SL Ginga and SL Banetsu Monogatari are both in the Miyagi/Akita area. Not taking the time to ride one of those is probably my biggest regret from my trips, along with having to pass on hiking the old Usui pass route to megane bashi.

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I'm definitely going to ride the steam locomotive, riding one of those sounds like a dream come true. I took the Shinkansen and disliked it, it felt more like being on an airplane than on a train. It lacked that cozy feeling. It's why I actually like Akita quite a bit, this place is stuck in the past in so many ways that it sometimes feels like it's still pre 2000. The train service from my station to Akita feels like the train hasn't changed in decades - the station itself, Wada station, is in the middle of nowhere.

By the way, I'm interested in your perspective on that - did the Akita/Tohoku area make you feel a weird nostalgia for the 80s/90s? I don't really remember them myself, but the prefecture is like a time capsule which is becoming my impression of Japan in general. I really enjoy that aspect of it, frankly.
Also, here's the picture I promised of the cabin.

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Late on the snap... but haven't posted in a bit. There was someone late... it was kind of cute.

>> No.20122194

My family lives in a part of the country that's very much a time capsule dating back to around 1991. I don't really enjoy such places since I associate them with decaying rural America and poverty.

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So many people. I have more footage to go through from this day. But train bro(lower right) takes some pictures of the trains and what not. Very nice.

>> No.20124400

Something like Appalachia I assume? It seems different to me here since at the worst they don't have an opioid epidemic. It's a cozy kind of slowly dying region.

>> No.20125205

Where is the Kabukicho cam? Jisy proves if something gets to popular it will go down

>> No.20125361

>if something gets to popular it will go down
This is the unfortunate truth, i no longer share links of IP cameras i find since they all get taken down within a day when posted.
While i have other cameras i have been watching for years by now, seems like a bit more then coincidence with the timing.
Youtube streams seem a bit more resilient, but i sometimes wonder if they are set up properly in regards to laws and regulations and they may run into trouble with that sort of thing when they get too popular and people around start to notice.
I am guessing that's why almost all the Japanese streams with audio disappeared almost at the same time, might be privacy concerns.
I know in some US states recording or transmitting a conversation without both parties consent is considered illegal wiretapping (Gotta love all those open to interpretation "fuzzy" laws), other nations probably have similar regulations in place.

>> No.20125457

Trust me, there's probably a lot of substance abuse going on behind close doors where you live. Opioids or not.

>> No.20125660

If you consider alcohol a part of substance abuse, then most definitely. As for the rest, it's kind of hard to say knowing the draconian Japanese drug laws. I will say that I've heard that prostitution is wide-spread though, which shouldn't be surprising considering the very much not draconian prostitution laws.

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>> No.20129328

Fall colors look lovely.
Winter is coming.

>> No.20130111

Has 1chan been mentioned yet? It seems like it would be a fitting backup.

>> No.20130741

Anyone got good momiji pictures?

>> No.20133061

they had pretty blatant ads for prostitutes in the last love hotel i was in

>> No.20135175

where was that? not that I'm interested in finding such a place

>> No.20135241

was a few years back, but The Hotelion over in Sendai. really though just head over to /trv/, they'll happily point you in the right direction

>> No.20136294

It's actually hilarious, apparently they get around the "can't pay an unspecified person for sex" part by getting the customer acquainted with the prostitute first.

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>> No.20146365

has there ever been a /jp/sie in one of these streams?

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yes, Aizu had several people visit the cam as well over the years, including moot

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Each week I come back, the leaves are a different color

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good to see some train enthusiasts around these parts. my favorite japanese train might be the Ibusuki no Tamatebako, it's owned by JR kyushu and it's known for being the one that goes to Nishi-Ooyama station, the southernmost JR train station in the country (Okinawan railways are not owned by JR). It was a pleasure to ride it during the summer with a view on the Kagoshima coastline. The station is not too well known because there are only a couple trains a day, and they even sell little miniature versions of the train to take home.

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>> No.20148095

Where did all those Ustream live streams migrate to?

>> No.20150017

Which one?

>> No.20150772

And so I've started to play around with 24 hour recordings. And I just noticed the out of place night in the middle... Well it's a thing now. I did have it sped up at twice this speed coming in at a little under 4 minutes. But that and this I feel are to fast... would other Anons enjoy something like this? Also maybe sped down to 10 minutes? I mean... it'll always be "too fast" since it's 24 hours worth of footage...


>> No.20150785

Maybe I'll go though some of them and manually speed up parts and leave it at normal speed for interesting parts.

>> No.20154756

That one came out nicely. Slowing down for the action would be great, but even the raw time lapse is quite interesting.

>> No.20154843


and this:

>> No.20156694

Someone was talking about a problem with streamlink opening ustreams only in 252p. It has been fixed like 19 days ago it seems, but they still haven't released a new version of streamlink.

>> No.20158268

Timelapse videos are always fun and cozy to watch.

This anon has a fair point.

>> No.20160093

Never mind about the fix, the stream has been moved to youtube>>20147915

>> No.20160785
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I think it's snowing

>> No.20163663

Looks like fog to me.

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Stumbled upon this thread by complete chance and instantly fell in love with it.
I took a lot of pictures from trains while I was abroad studying in Tokyo last year, so I thought I might as well share some with you guys.


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The first one was in the middle of July. Extreme heat but gorgeous weather.

This picture (and the next one) are from the same train.

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>> No.20163813

>tokyo in the summer
no thank you

>> No.20163869
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Fuji from theTokaido Shinkansen

thank god for vending machines man

>> No.20163987

Damn that's a nice picture. What camera? Taking pictures from the shinkansen with my phone always looked like shit

>> No.20164151

Canon EOS 500D with the standard 18-55mm lens. Edited with Adobe Lightroom however
I feel ya man, everytime I left my camera at home and had to rely on my phone I was a little disappointed, a camera is really a nice investment. Once you start shooting you get used to it really fast, and then it's a pleasure all the way. Really the best thing I've bought in years

>> No.20164292

very nice pictures, anon.

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Nope, winter is coming.

Very nice

>> No.20164372

From the window, on the way to Mt. Takao, November last year

Thank you, much appreciated

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didn't upload, rip

>> No.20164711

>Taking pictures from the shinkansen with my phone always looked like shit
You need to be able to set high shutter speeds for shinkansen photos and phones often don't have the ability to manually set shutter speed, and won't set that high automatically.

>> No.20164719

Good to know. I don't really expect my phone to take good moving pictures, I just wish it did

>> No.20164752

sometimes you can set shutter speed with a "pro mode" of sorts but then the pictures will be too dark or will have too much noise, because the aperture and ISO aren't really great
back to /p/

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>> No.20169892

Compared to the trains of New York City, it's quite beautiful.

>> No.20171252
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it appears everyone this side of the mountain needed a train today

>> No.20171258
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follow the flag

>> No.20171264
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> alright everybody, I'll need you all to squeeze into 5 square meters

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and back to comfy. gods i love those leaves

>> No.20172077

Does anyone know how to download this, I need this live camera in my life.


>> No.20172129

You can't.

>> No.20172146
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That is a comfy looking transport system.

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>live on large desert island
>never felt or seen snowfall in the flesh

>> No.20172163

I wish every station was like this station.
Comfy as fuck.

>> No.20172235

It looks very comfy but can get annoying quick when you sometimes have to deal with 1m+ snow and -20 celsius.
If it just stayed 10-20cm powder snow and -5 all winter it would be awesome though.

>> No.20172286

>-20 celsius
Jesus. Never goes below freezing here.
How does that even feel?

>> No.20172325

I get to experience 30-36C summers and -10-20C winters. Sometimes it feels like cycles of hell. It is autumn now and the mornings are 0-5C and by mid afternoon it can be 20+ So you can even dress properly if you go out in the morning. Shit is fucked.

>> No.20172333

>If it just stayed 10-20cm powder snow and -5 all winter it would be awesome though.
So, where I live in Japan then.

>> No.20172385

It's not that bad if you dress properly, gets really annoying when you have to do physical labor outside though.
Have to dress in multiple layers and perfectly balance putting on and taking off layers so you don't get cold but don't get sweaty either, being sweaty and cold makes things uncomfortable very fast.
Now when it hits -30 things get very interesting, it doesn't feel as cold since it's a dry cold, but it will freeze you in no time at all if you get caught out without proper clothes.
Also have to keep in mind not to touch metal with exposed skin.
It doesn't really snow when it's really cold though, so less need to constantly go shovel snow.
Fortunately it doesn't get that cold here very often.

Yeah, those in between times where things shift too much throughout the day really sucks.

Sounds perfect.

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When did the Kabukicho live stream go down? Freshlive has some good streams but way too limited. I miss doing early morning time lapses like these.

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and this was the kabukicho livestream

>> No.20174479
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and this was some webm I recorded from a festival in July 2017

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cloudy mountain temple whose stream I can't anymore either

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I think this stream is still up somewhere but my usual link is down.

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two hours of cloudy weather

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more early morning cloudy weather

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another early morning time lapse of this camera

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another early morning timelapse

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glad I kept the filenames on these

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more sunrise

>> No.20174636

The solution obviously is BBS. Or we could hijack a dead usenet group.

>> No.20175499

I thought it was back for a moment.

>> No.20178648

>including moot
Do you happen to have the pictures?

>> No.20178657

>little miniature versions of the train to take home.
On the package it says 箸置. That's supposed to be a chopstick rest, Anon.

>> No.20180246

You could capture it live I guess...? But no way to download old stream.

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>> No.20180277

It's been a busy week... 24 hour time-lapse anon here. Would anyone want the 24 hour recordings? Where would be a good place to store them?

It seems at least someone would be possibly interested in them.

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>> No.20189185

What makes these timelapse videos so comfy to watch?

>> No.20192447

Yeah, I'd love to see them. Youtube would be easy, but any non scammy file host would probably be fine.

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I miss watching the sunrise over Roppongi

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>> No.20192930

Hahaha that's great, thank you

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early evening
scroll down and am always terrified to see this thread die :(

>> No.20197825

Mega will probably do to upload the file somewhere. And yeah, youtube should do for direct watching.

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Such a comfy morning view

>> No.20198080

I found a Japanese tourist guide from 1970 and recognized one of the photos from here

>> No.20198536

Post it

>> No.20199603

Wait already?
I wanted to visit there for autumn colors but have no time in the next few weeks. Fuck

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Wanted to share this with you guys. Sorry for the horizontal picture.

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>> No.20200453

Oh wow you can still watch cams like these? Last I indulged in this kind of thing, NicoNico was new and there would be a ton of people watching random cameras. Is there any good site to watch random stuff now? Or is this insecam thing the best way?

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Man look at this landscape... the colors...
So comfy

>> No.20204790

I remember there used to be tons of great live cams with sounds in Ustream, too bad I didn't appreciate them enough back then. Now they are all gone and I feel so regret of not spending more time watching them.

>> No.20208258

This thread isn't exciting anymore. Being "comfy" feels like plugging myself into a dialysis machine and laying down on a death bed

>> No.20209175

Fuck, he's onto us.

>> No.20209915

I like to remind myself why I'm doing a job I hate. 3 years of shithole software engineering, walk away with 600k and figure out a way into the country. Probably start teaching, w/e. The trains keep that goal clear though :)

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>> No.20210337

I'm planning a trip up to Yunokami and then Aizuwakamatsu and wanted to ride the Tadami Line since I understand that it'll be closing soon but I'm not sure what to do. From Aizuwakamatsu it stops at Aizukawaguchi, at which point I think I'll just have to turn around and ride it back since I'm going farther north after Aizuwakamatsu.

>> No.20211415

600k what? If you walk around with 600k bucks after 3 years, that job should be a keeper.

>> No.20211426

>If you walk around with 600k bucks after 3 years, that job should be a keeper
Probably depends on how badly you feel like committing suicide every day

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Holy shit, is it red.

>> No.20215656

I see some orange in there anon...

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As far as I am aware there is no plan to close the Tadami Line as it is a major scenic line in the region.
But, yes, you would just ride it back to Aizuwakamatsu. It stops at Aizukawaguchi for about half an hour and then goes back.

>> No.20225992

I took Lake Shore Limited then River Runner from Boston to St. Louis. No food, loud as fuck, shit seats, twelve (yes twelve) hour delay, missed connections, no sleep. Spent 36 hours on a train. Saving the 1-2 hundred that a plane would have cost was not worth it, and apparently this happens a lot. Traveling by train in America is solely for people who have nothing better to do, and the lack of a dining car makes it an actual joke. I've taken DB in germany some, which was nice, and that sounds really comfy, but it'll be flying for me from now on in the States.

>> No.20227104

Tadami-sen is the only line I really want to visit in every season.

Perhaps Watarase Keikoku-sen too.

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>> No.20234192

software engineering. 400k after 3 more years, at least after living expenses/taxes. I definitely spend more than I should in the day to day.

but... keeper? in this hellhole? it's an awful job, and I find little to no enjoyment in it. too easy, too political, anything you could think of. looking to expand a bit, live before i die, you know?

>> No.20234214

i suppose it's easier to live with losing such a job when you have the money

>> No.20234218

gorgeous sign anon, thanks <3

>> No.20235767

Knowing I'll never visit a place like that, live in a comfortable area away from huge crowds, having these threads at least helps ease the pain of everyday life.

>> No.20235849

I will disembark at Yunokami Onsen Station at about 2PM Friday

>> No.20235932

Japanese time? 4chan time?

>> No.20236111

Japan time

>> No.20236258

That's going to be in the early morning Europe time. Can't promise I will be here to screenshot you. Maybe someone else, though.

>> No.20236478

10PM Thursday here; I'll keep an eye out anon

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work being done a little further back

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just want to go out there and fix the fence for them :(

>> No.20239641

Assuming the script doesn't have it messed up... I'll have it recorded anon. So 2PM... So about 14 hours in. I'll keep an eye out!

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