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Emotionally Moving Hanasaku Iroha Train

Mar 24, 2012 @ 10:20 CDT

As an itasha seemingly does not cut it for some people, a train fully decked in vibrant Hanasaku Iroha visual imagery has begun riding the rails of Yunosagi, the venue in which Hanasaku Iroha takes place.

This train is quite fancily outfitted as it gradients from pink to blue, transitioning from sakura blossoms to snowflakes, and likewise showing the characters of the series in a different state. The brighter pink half of the train provides a more lively mood when viewed from the exterior, whereas the blue portion offers a subtle feeling of relaxation and ease – certainly quite an emotionally moving train.

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