Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is meeting his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe for the annual India-Japan bilateral summit, arrived at Tokyo Station to board the Shinkansen bullet train on Saturday.
“Putting #IndiaJapan relations on the fast track! PM @narendramodi and PM @AbeShinzo arrive at Tokyo Station to board the Shinkansen,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted.
“A unique friendship on a unique train journey. PM @narendramodi and PM @AbeShinzo inside the Shinkansen bullet train to Kobe,” Swarup said in another tweet accompanied by a picture of the two leaders inside the train.
Modi, accompanied by Abe, will travel to Kobe using the bullet train. The same technology will be deployed for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Railway.
Today is the last day of the three-day summit.
Modi, who arrived here on Thursday, started Friday by calling on Japanese Emperor Akihito.
This is his second visit to Japan in two years.
First Published | 12 November 2016 8:38 AM