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Apology Issued For Train In Japan Leaving 25 Seconds Early
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16 May 2018 04:39 AM EST

A Japanese Railway Company has apologized after a train in central Japan departed its platform last week 25 seconds early. The departure reportedly didn't affect any travel schedules, but one person missed the train. The apology, from the West Japan Railway Company, came after one of its express trains left Notogawa station at 7:11:35 a.m., instead of the scheduled 7:12 a.m., on May 11. Japan often prizes itself on punctuality with management at the Tokyo-area Tsukuba Express line also apologizing for a train leaving 20 seconds early last November.

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