Hi everyone, It's a bit of personnal problem but when I look at all the routes we currently have in TS & TSW I can see a lot of german, UK & US routes. There are a lot of them. Personaly I think the games lack in diversity. And as a japanese trains lover I have a dream, that one day, the Odakyu Romance Cars (suggested here) will come back to TS. Or even better, make it to TSW... Just getting into the driver's cab of a 50000 series would make a perfect trip for TSW. (That's what I'm talking about) And even if I talk about diversity, let's talk about cruise trains! So I would like to suggest some of these trains (and routes) that Japan has the receipe: 1: Type E001 "Shikishima" Probably the most well-known of its category, this train is a hybrid-powerd (EDC diesel + electric) "train suite" running on the JR East network. It features 10 cars constructed by Kawasaki Heavy Industries and J-TREC. Contructed in 2016, it entered service on 1st May 2017. Its departure station is located in Ueno ralway station, in the Tokyo prefecture. The trains offers diferents 2 days and 4 days journeys that varies as function of the seasons (the name "Shikishima" means "four seasons"). Spoiler: Pictures 2: 87 series "Twilight Express Mizukaze" This second train is a 10 cars DMU that entered service in June 2017. It is JR West's Shikishima's counterpart. It is the successor of the well-known 1989 Twilight Express. The train offers five routes in the Sanyo, Sanin and Keihanshin regions of western Japan. This beautiful train also features a sort of balcony at each ends to take fresh air on the move. Spoiler: Pictures 3: "Seven Stars in Kyushu" This one is a more traditional train made by Kawasaki Heavy Industries Rolling Stock in Kobe. The 7 cars are pulled by a DF200 diesel fret engine modified to suite the train's aesthetic. It entered service in 2013. It offers a 2 days and a 4 days circuit departing from the Hakata sation, in Fukuoka. Spoiler: Pictures If you're looking for magnificent trains with astonishing interior, these 3 trains are the best exemple I know. But there are not the only ones. There's a lot of other interesting japanese sleeping/cruise trains like the Akebono, Hokutosei, Cassiopeia, Sunrise Express... And from other countries as well! Japan is a country full of impressive train designs, and having one of them in TSW would bring a breath of diversity to the game. I believe that Cruise trains (or even sleeping trains) can bring a new gameplay (or at least a different point of view) to TSW. Thanks for reading. I'm looking for your opinion.