A steep slope with a steepest slope of 80/1000 on the mountain of Hakone, a world-famous tourist destination in Japan for a long time.
Hakone Tozan is the most famous mountain railway in Japan that challenges with a sharp curve with a radius of 30m and three switchbacks.
It is a railroad.
Hakone Tozan Railway 2000 is the latest vehicle of Hakone Tozan Railway that appeared in 1989.
Type 2000 is St. Moritz, a stopover for the Rhaetian Railway in Switzerland, which has a sister affiliation with the Hakone Tozan Railway.
By the way, it is nicknamed the St. Moritz.
As of 2013, the 1st and 2nd trains are operated in the sister railway's vehicle color "Rhaetian Railway".
- Minimum passing radius R140
- Head light and tail light are lit
- With destination display sticker