JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure hijacks the Yamanote train

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure hijacks the Yamanote train

 

As a part of the release event of the new PS3's fighting game software "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle" released on August 29, a special JoJo train is now running on Tokyo's famous loop line, the Yamanote line, for a limited time only though September 9.

The whole train is painted and decorated with the characters that appear in "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle". You will see the characters outside and inside of the train.    

What is cool about this train is that you can check on the special website where the JoJo train is running at this moment, so you will never miss it!

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