April 19, 2011

Japanese intercity bus service pampers passengers

OSAKA, Japan — An Japanese travel & tourism company is taking bus travel to new luxurious heights with their Express Cocoon service between Osaka and Tokyo. The 12-passenger buses, with only window seating, features self-contained module seating angled toward the central aisle and partially enclosed by a rounded partition wall. Seats recline 140 degrees and include a padded footrest, according to an Inventorspot.com story. 

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Photo courtesy Willer Travel Inc.


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