Enamored of Japan’s bullet trains? You’ll be astonished by the Genbi, a special kind of shinkansen.

The Genbi could be distinguished by its slick black paint job and is decorated with images of beautiful fireworks from the annual fireworks festival in Nagaoka, Niigata. The Genbi’s exterior is alluring, however, the artistic charm extends on the inside.

Multiple carriages of the 13-car train are used as an art gallery, showing complex exercises in shape and color, while others are arrays of beautiful photography. There’s also a dining car cafe that provides both Japanese and Western-style desserts crafted by Niigata-based confectioners.

The Genbi runs between Niigata and Echigo Yuzawa stations, with a travel time of only 40 minutes. In a recent development, travelers en route to Tokyo will have the opportunity to experience riding the Genbi this fall season.

The classy shinkansen will be operating in the capital for two days. It will serve as a convenient connection between Japan’s largest city and the most famous international travel center.

Passengers will have ample time to enjoy the ride since the Genbi’s journey from Tokyo Station to Niigata Station will take nearly two hours to complete because of stops at Ueno, Omiya, Nagaoka, and a few other stations along the way. On October 5 and 6, the Genbi shinkansen will be starting its Tokyo course, departing from Niigata at 6:17 a.m and arriving in Tokyo at 8:20 a.m., where it will make a U-turn and head back to Niigata at 8:32 a.m. and arrive at 10:30 a.m.