Russia-Japan rail bridge would connect Europe to Tokyo
The project is nicknamed "A Bridge Across History", as the two countries never signed a peace treaty after the end of World War II, Conde Nast Traveler reported.
MOSCOW/TOKYO — Rail passengers on the Trans-Siberian Express may soon be able to travel from London, across Europe and Russia, and beyond to Japan under new plans from Moscow.
The plan involves the construction of a bridge or tunnel between Russia and Sakhalin, and from there, a bridge to the Japanese island of Hokkaido, reports the Siberian Times.
The bridge between Japan and Russia would reportedly be 28 miles in length across the Pacific Ocean.
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