Ever thought of going to an art museum and travel at the same time? Worry no more because the Genbi, an extraordinary kind of shinkansen, will be coming to Tokyo this fall.

The Genbi could be easily spotted by its signature black paint job. It is also designed with appealing fireworks photos from the annual Nagaoka Fireworks Festival in Niigata Prefecture.

The famous shinkansen’s exterior is captivating and its artistic appeal expands inside its carriages. There’s an art gallery inside the train that displays beautiful works of photography. A dining car cafe inside the Genbi also serves both Japanese and Western-style desserts from Niigata-based confectioners.

This fall, Tokyo-based travelers will have a chance to ride the Genbi since it only operated between Niigata and Echigo Yuzawa stations before. The Genbi will begin its course from Tokyo for two days.

Commuters will enjoy riding the shinkansen because it will take nearly two hours for a Tokyo Station to Niigata Station trip. During the transit, the Genbi will have stops at some stations along the way such as Ueno, Omiya, and Nagaoka.

The Genbi will be starting its Tokyo trip on October 5 and 6. It will be expected to leave Niigata at 6:17 a.m. and will be arriving in Tokyo at 8:20 a.m. It will head back out at 8:32 a.m. for a 10:30 a.m. arrival in Niigata.