Tokkyuu Tanaka 3-gou [Eng Subs] (Complete + MAX SP)

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Tokkyuu Tanaka 3-gou [Eng Subs] (Complete + MAX SP)

Postby quashlo » Thu Apr 19, 2007 8:10 am

特急田中3号
Tokkyuu Tanaka 3-gou (Tokkyu Tanaka 3 Go)
Tanaka Express 3


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Introduction (translated from the official website)

[spoiler]A comedy about young romance featuring KAT-TUN's Tanaka Kouki, who gets dragged into the world of railroad mania!
It's said there are 10,000,000 people in Japan who love trains. These fans, formerly known as "railroad maniacs" and "train geeks," have recently been drawing news with ultra-tetsu (the nickname for railroad maniacs) who have visited all 9,800 stations throughout Japan, while "female tetsu" known as "Train Girls" have also garnered close-up attention from the public.
In this drama, Tanaka Kouki plays a normal guy, Tanaka Ichirou, with the single-minded desire of becoming popular with the girls. .But through a strange set of coincidences, he steps foot into the world of tetsu, where he encounters the sad realities of male tetsu who "want to be popular, but aren't." This original drama paints the story of their growth together as people, exploring their personal romances and cultivating their friendship.
Starring as Ichirou's beloved Madonna is Kuriyama Chiaki, her first role as the heroine of a drama series. In addition, the supporting cast is rich in variety, including Tsukamoto Takashi--indispensible in Isoyama productions like "Kisaradzu Cat's Eye"--Katou Rosa, Akiyama Ryuuji from the popular comedy group Robert, and Otona Keikaku's star actress, Hiraiwa Kami.[/spoiler]

Cast
TANAKA Kouki as TANAKA Ichirou
KURIYAMA Chiaki as MEGURO Terumi
TSUKAMOTO Takashi as HANAGATA Kei
KATOU Rosa as SHIBUYA Kotone
AKIYAMA Ryuuji as MOMOYAMA Seiji
HIRAIWA Kami as KOJIMA Riko

Special Thanks to
gryzze for uploading the RAWs here to D-Addicts
tianj for providing the timings

Vocabulary and Tidbits
(VERY LONG... Only read if you are interested in the little details of the story, particularly the railroad stuff)

Episodes 1-4 are below
Episodes 5-9 can be found here
Episodes 10-11 can be found here

[spoiler]I am gratefully indebted to Wikipedia (both English and Japanese) for much of the information presented here.

Episode 1

1. Japanese National Railways (JNR) (kokutetsu, 国鉄): the government-run entity responsible for rail operations in Japan before the system was privatized under the Japan Railway (JR) Group
2. Japan Railway (JR): the government-subsidized group that succeeded management of the national railway network from JNR on April 1, 1987; it manages freight and passenger service, which is divided into six regions covering Japan: JR Hokkaidou, JR East, JR Central, JR West, JR Shikoku, and JR Kyuushuu
3. rounin (浪人): a term originally meaning a samurai without a master, but in modern days, it refers to a student who graduates from high school but fails the university entrance exams and must wait until next year to try again
4. niichan (兄ちゃん): informal address for one's elder brother or similar person
5. Meijin Habu: as in Habu Yoshiharu (羽生善治), Japan's most famous shougi (将棋, Japanese chess) player; the title "Meijin" (名人) generally means "master" or "champion," but in the case of shougi, Meijin actually refers to one of the seven title matches in shougi, so referring to him as "Meijin Habu" (as in "Master Habu") is actually incorrect, although common
6. Chuuou Expressway (Chuuou Kousoku, 中央高速): a major four-lane toll road that extends west from Suginami Ward, Tokyo, to just outside Nagoya
7. tsuchinoko (ツチノコ): a legendary (?) creature said to resemble a snake, but with the middle of the body significantly more bulgy than a real snake; no live specimens have been found, so its existence is still a mystery
8. Francis Xavier (Furanshisuko Zabieru, フランシスコ・ザビエル): Roman Catholic missionary from Spain who traveled to India, China, and Japan in the 1530s-1550s to convert people to Christianity
9. Ibaraki-ben (茨城弁): a Japanese dialect from Ibaraki Prefecture in eastern Japan, discernable by the endings -be, -pe, and -dappe, which are equivalent to standard Japanese -da yo, -darou
10. obaachan (おばあちゃん): title of address for one's grandmother or similar person (basically elderly women)
11. Cassiopeia (Kashiopea, カシオペア): an overnight train service running from Ueno Station in Tokyo, under the Tsugaru Strait, to Sapporo on the island of Hokkaido, three days a week each direction; tickets are expensive, but sell out quickly since accomodations are a significant upgrade over the Hokutosei (北斗星, Big Dipper) service, which runs two roundtrips a day between Ueno and Sapporo; the "Cassiopeia Suite" is special accomodations featuring a spacious viewing room to watch the scenery, along with a shower, personal restroom, TV, etc.; the chime that plays as Ichirou enters the lounge car is the original chime that plays on Cassiopeia trains
12. San'in Main Line (San'in Honsen, 山陰本線): a passenger train service operated by JR West, running from Kyoto to Shimonoseki (676 km, 159 stations); in between Yoroi and Amarube, the line passes on the Amarube Viaduct (Amarube Tekkyou, 餘部鉄橋), which is famous among train fans for a spectacular photo op of trains, the red bridge, and the natural scenery; after an incident in 1986 in which seven cars of a nine-car consist fell off the bridge in strong winds, plans for a concrete replacement were begun, and construction is set to begin soon
13. Izumo (出雲): a limited express sleeper train operated by JR East, running between Tokyo and Izumo in Shimane Prefecture; the train, operated using diesel equipment, ran with two roundtrips a day, until one of the trips was spun off on a different, electrified route as the "Sunrise Izumo" in 1998; with aging cars and dwindling passengers, the original Izumo was eventually abandoned on March 18, 2006; the name is taken from an old province of Japan now in eastern Shimane Prefecture
14. senpai (先輩): title of address for one who's been at a workplace, school, etc., longer than you have
15. Iida Line (飯田線): a JR Central passenger line from Toyohashi in Aichi Prefecture to Tatsuno in Nagano Prefecture; the line is only 195.7 km but features 93 stations in total, so Momoyama's feat of documenting each station on the line is impressive
16. Keikyuu Main Line (Keikyuu Honsen, 京急本線): a rail line stretching from Sengakuji (Minato Ward, Tokyo), to Yokosuka in Kanagawa Prefecture; incidentally, this is an actual song (MOTOR MAN 京浜急行VVVF), by the group SUPER BELL"Z, with the DJ of the group, Nodzuki Takahiro (野月貴弘), appearing in this episode as the tallest of the three other tetsu who come to the "Share Your Travels" session
17. Kosaka Yuka (小阪由佳): a Gravure idol
18. Hoshino Aki (ほしのあき): a (very famous) Gravure idol
19. Sanryuu-Dai (三流大): in general terms, it would mean "third-rate university," but it is also the abbreviation for Ichirou's university, Sangyou Ryuutsuu Daigaku (産業流通大学, "University for Industrial Distribution")
20. ikemen (イケメン): slang for a handsome, attractive man
21. Hanagata (花形): Hanagata's last name roughly means "star," as in "star actor," or "star player"
22. Fukuzawa Yukichi (福沢諭吉): a famous Meiji Era (1868-1912) scholar and widely-regarded historical figure in Japan; his face appears on the 10,000 yen banknote
23. Toudai (東大): nickname for the University of Tokyo (Toukyou Daigaku, 東京大学), regarded as perhaps the most prestigious of Japan's universities
24. Iiyama Line (飯山線): a JR East rail line running from Toyono Station in Nagano to Kawaguchi, a town in Niigata Prefecture, famous for the spectacular winter scenery it passes through and the various hot springs and ski resorts along its route; to reach Nozawa Onsen (野沢温泉, Nozawa Hot Springs), one can take this line to Togari Nozawa Onsen Station (戸狩野沢温泉駅) and transfer to a bus for a 20-minute bus ride
25. Nagaden (長電): short for Nagano Electric Railway (Nagano Dentetsu, 長野電鉄), which operates rail service in Nagano City proper and the surrounding region; the system's fleet contains 3500- and 3600-series trains, former Eidan 3000-series trains which were originally developed in 1961 for the Hibiya Line (Hibiya-sen, 日比谷線), a Tokyo Metro subway line
26. Hitachi Electric Railway (Hitachi Dentetsu, 日立電鉄): a former operator of a private railway line in Ibaraki Prefecture from Hitachi-Oota to Ayukawa Station; because of the escalating costs of renovating the bridges along the line, the line was abandoned on April 1, 2005, with bus service taking over; the railway ran a "Donden" ("Beer Train") service every Wednesday and Friday evening, offering all-you-can-drink sake (alcohol)
27. Kiha (キハ): a prefix used to designate a train class that runs on its own (i.e., without external power, using diesel, for example)
28. local/express: Hanagata-san uses a play on words, since a local train service--i.e., stopping at every station--is sometimes called futsuu (普通), meaning "ordinary" or "normal," while the fastest expresses are usually referred to as tokkyuu (特急), which is a homophone with 特級, meaning "high-class" or "special-grade"
29. Hisatsu Line (肥薩線): a rail line from Yashiro in Kumamoto Prefecture to Kirishima in Kagoshima Prefecture; using portions of this line, JR Kyuushuu runs the limited express Hayato-no-Kaze (はやとの風, lit. "Wind of the Hayato," Hayato (隼人) being the name for an ancient people that lived in this region); the unelectrified single-track line is famous for beautiful scenery
30. toki (トキ, 鴇): the Japanese name for the crested ibis, an endangered species which is extinct in the wild; the animal was designated a natural monument (tennen kinenbetsu, 天然記念物) in 1934
31. tetsu (テツ, from 鉄): a train lover, railfan, etc.
32. Nozomi (のぞみ): taken from the Japanese word for "hope," this is the fastest train service on the bullet train (Shinkansen, 新幹線) network, with a top speed of 300 km/h
33. Alpha Continental Express (Arufakonchinentaru Ekusupuresu, アルファコンチネンタルエクスプレス): the popular name for the Kiha-59 train class, a special set of cars rehabbed in 1985 and 1986 from older units; the units ran in Hokkaidou and were popular among railroad fans--who affectionately called them Al-Con (アルコン)--and resort visitors alike; the class was eventually decommissioned in 1995
34. Iriomote cat (Iriomote yamaneko, イリオモテヤマネコ, 西表山猫): an endangered subspecies of leopard cat indigenous to Iriomote Island, part of Okinawa
35. Okinawa rail (Yanbaru kuina, ヤンバルクイナ, 山原水鶏): an endangered species of waterfowl indigenous to Okinawa Island
36. YuiRail (ゆいレール): the popular name for the Okinawa City Monorail Line, serving Naha, which opened in 2003
37. Inokashira Line (井の頭線): a commuter rail line in Tokyo operated by the Keiou Electric Railway (京王) and running between Shibuya in Tokyo and Kichijouji Station in Musashino (12.7 km, 17 stations); although not mentioned specifically in the dialogue, Ichirou, Momoyama, and Hanagata followed Terumi into Shimo-takaido Station, where they boarded a Keiou Line (Keiou-sen, 京王線) train to Meidaimae; the main line of the Keiou system, the Keiou Line runs from Shinjuku Station west out to Hachiouji and is notable for offering six grades of train service (local, limited, commuter limited, express, limited express, and special express), as well as women-only cars to prevent molesters from harassing female passengers
38. 1000-series (1000系電車): train series developed for the Keiou Inokashira Line, first introduced into service in 1995; the major changes from the 3000-series cars were designed to augment capacity of the line: car length went from 18m to 20m and the number of doors per side increased by one to four doors
40. manjuu (饅頭): steamed bun with a filling, most commonly an (餡), red bean paste
41. Kominato Railway (Kominato Tetsudou, 小湊鐵道): a private railway operation in Chiba Prefecture, running from Goi Station in Ichihara to Kazusa-Nakano Station in Ookita; it is popular among tetsu because it is unelectrified single track along the entire route and the station buildings and cars have changed little over the years

Episode 2

1. Sazanami (さざなみ): a JR East special express train running from Tokyo Station east to Kimitsu and Tateyama Stations in Chiba Prefecture; the name means "ripple"
2. EF: a prefix for designating an electric (E) six-axle (F) locomotive
3. EF65 (国鉄EF65形電気機関車): developed in 1964, the most numerous type of DC electric lomotive used by the JNR, with 308 units total; the units are now mostly used to pull freight trains, although in the past they were frequently used to pull passenger trains such as the Izumo mentioned in Episode 1
4. EF210: JR Freight electric locomotive developed in 1996 as the successor of the EF65
5. hana ga take- (as in hana ga takai, 鼻が高い): lit. "one's nose is high," an idiom meaning one is "proud" or "honored"; in this case, it is a pun on his name, Hanagata Kei
6. Tsubojiri Station (坪尻駅): a station on the Dosan Line in Shikoku, famous among tetsu as one of the top stations off the beaten path (hikyou-eki, 秘境駅); the station is located in a valley and inaccessible by cars (a 15-minute walk along an animal trail takes you to Route 32), featuring only one track which trains much switch in to and out of, while just opposite the station building is a now-empty store; average daily ridership at the station is two people
7. 117-100 (117系の100番台): series of 36 cars developed in 1986 to handle extra trips on new express lines in the Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe area and in Nagoya
8. Ibusuki Makurazaki Line (Ibusuki Makurazaki-sen, 指宿枕崎線): JR Kyuushuu line operating between Kagoshima-Chuuou Station in Kagoshima City and Makurazaki; in addition to serving as a commuter line into Kagoshima, the line is popular among tourists, connecting the capital of the prefecture, Kagoshima, with the hot springs at Ibusuki and the seaside town of Makurazaki
9. Nishi-Ooyama (西大山駅): a station on the Ibusuki Makurazaki Line known for many years as the southernmost station in Japan until the YuiRail began operating in Naha in Okinawa in 2003
10. Elm (Erumu, エルム): a sleeper express running as a special supplemental service to the Hokutosei when passenger volumes are high; the name refers to the elm trees which grow in Hokkaidou
11. Kantou (関東): the most developed metropolitan region in Japan, home to the capital Tokyo, as well as Yokohama and surrounding cities; there is also Kansai (関西), the metropolitan center of western Japan, which encompasses the three major cities of Osaka, Kyoto, and Kobe
12. Choushi Electric Railway (銚子電鉄): operator of a small private rail line in Choushi City, Chiba Prefecture; the railway was involved in a scandal in 2006 when the president of its parent company was charged with embezzlement (he was using funds for the railway to pay off personal debt); when public funds were cut off because of this incident, the railway encouraged people to purchase their senbei (煎餅. rice crackers) to keep the company afloat, and business from those sales now not only helps offset the deficit of operating the railway, but also turns a profit
13. Oda Nobunaga (織田信長): a famous lord during the Warring States period, known for his military skill
14. -kun (-君): a suffix attached to names, usually when addressing men who are younger or of inferior status (e.g., teacher to student), although there are cases, such as in the office place, where a male superior may address a female junior using -kun
15. OL (o-eru, オーエル): short for "office lady," a female office worker who performs a variety of clerical work; the joke here is that Ichirou's grandmother doesn't know what an OL is, and instead confuses it with the last name Orwell (pronounced almost identically), as in the famous English author George Orwell
16. Marunouchi (丸の内): located in Chiyoda Ward, the financial district of Tokyo and primary finanical district of Japan, featuring big name corporations like Mitsubishi, as well as Tokyo Station, Tokyo's primary train terminal and the terminus for many of the Shinkansen lines
17. Koushien (甲子園): the national high school baseball tournament(s) of Japan
18. daikon (大根): a fat, white radish
19. Moomin (ムーミン): the nickname of EF551, the last surviving unit of the three-unit EF55-class electric locomotive, developed in 1936, and designated a railway monument in 1978; it earned the nickname because the front of the unit looks like the Swedish cartoon characters the Moomins
20. EF5861 (国鉄EF58形電気機関車): together with the EF5860, the two electric locomotives specifically built in 1953 to pull omeshiressha (お召し列車), the trains used by the Emperor, Empress, and Crown Prince to travel; after the dismantling of #60 in 1983, it is now the only remaining example of the class and is still being used today
21. Golden Week (Go-ruden Wi-ku, ゴールデンウィーク): a set of national holidays spanning seven days, generally from April 29 to May 5, during which many Japanese go on vacation or visit with family
22. Toden Arakawa Line (Toden Arakawa-sen, 都電荒川線): the last remaining line of Tokyo's expansive streetcar (romen-densha, 路面電車) network, running from Minowabashi to Waseda; Momoyama mentions Kishibojin-mae (鬼子母神前, close to Houmyouji Temple) and Toushindzuka (庚申塚, close to Kouganji Temple, famous for the Togenuki Jizou, a Buddhist statue)
23. Waseda (早稲田): Waseda University, a private university and one of the top universities in Japan, with the main campus located in Shinjuku, Tokyo; in addition to Waseda Station on the Toden Arakawa Line, the university is served by subway on the Tokyo Metro Touzai Line (Touzai-sen, 東西線), which stops at its own Waseda Station
24. MeTeru (メーテル): actually the name of a character (usu. translated as Maetel) in the science-fiction and adventure manga/anime series Galaxy Express 999 (銀河鉄道999)
25. Tanaka Makiko (田中眞紀子): a female politician (the first to serve as Minister for Foreign Affairs), currently serving in the Lower House; she also happens to be a graduate of Waseda
26. Suzuki Ichirou (鈴木一朗): Japanese baseball player (often going simply by the name Ichirou, イチロー), now currently playing as CF in the Major Leagues with the Seattle Mariners; he made headlines in Japan because he was the first major Japanese player to move to the US and play in the Major Leagues
27. love hotel (rabu hoteru, ラブホテル): often abbreviated simply as rabuho (ラブホ), a hotel offering a place to stay for couples who want to "get together"
28. udon: wheat noodle or the soup with them

Episode 3

1. Moriizou (森伊蔵): a brand of shouchuu (焼酎, Japanese liquor) made from fermented sweet potatoes, produced in Kagoshima (Kotone's home) and Miyagi Prefectures; production is very limited and it is sometimes called the "phantom liquor" because of its rarity
2. Kanbai Daiginjou (寒梅の大吟醸): Kanbai is an old (est. 1821) sake brewery in Kuki, Saitama Prefecture; daiginjou is a type of sake that uses a high percentage of unpolished rice, which gives it a distinctive flavor and color
3. Natsume Souseki (夏目漱石): renowned literary figure of the Meiji Era
4. SMAP: popular Japanese boy band
5. DS Lite: handheld Nintendo video game device
6. Wii: the latest Nintendo video game console
7. Keiou (慶應): the premiere private university in Japan
8. Karuizawa: a town in Nagano Prefecture, famous as a tourist spot for people from the Tokyo region; it has a stop on the Nagano Shinkansen (長野新幹線) line
9. Koumi Line (Koumi-sen, 小海線): a JR East rail line running from Hokuto, Yamanashi Prefecture to Komoro in Nagano Prefecture; the line runs at a very high altitude and offers spectacular scenery as it winds its way through the mountains, reaching a maximum elevation of 1375 m between Kyousato and Nobeyama Stations, the highest height in the JR network
10. Usui Railway Village (Usui-touge Tetsudou Bunka Mura, 碓氷峠鉄道文化むら): a railroad museum and theme park built on the site of the abandoned Yokokawa Railyard on the Shin'etsu Main Line
11. Shin'etsu Main Line (Shin'etsu Honsen, 信越本線): a JR East passenger route which was split in two following the opening of the Nagano Shinkansen line on October 1, 1997; one portion now runs from Takasaki Station in Takasaki, Nagano Prefecture to Yokokawa Station in Annaka, Gunma Prefecture, while the other goes from Shinanoi Station in Nagano City to Niigata Station in Niigata; JR service on the segment from Yokokawa to Shinanoi Stations was abandoned when the line was split, with the portion of the route from Yokokawa to Karuizawa Stations being used today by the Usui Railway Village; management of the other segment from Karuizawa to Shinanoi was handed over to Shinano Railway (Shinano Tetsudou, しなの鉄道), a private operator
12. Koumon-sama (黄門様): the alias of Tokugawa Mitsukuni, and commonly used in reference to his character in the long-running historical drama Mito Koumon (水戸黄門); the lyrics that Ichirou quotes are from the theme song, which is actually sung not by Koumon-sama, but by two supporting characters, Suke-san and Kaku-san
13. George Takahashi (Takahashi Jo-ji, 高橋ジョージ): famous rock artist and lead singer of band The Toraburyuu; the song playing in the background of this scene is his most famous song, "Road" 「ロード」
14. Super Hitachi (Su-pa- Hitachi, スーパーひたち): JR East special express train running from Ueno Station in Tokyo out to Sendai using track on the Jouban Line (Jouban-sen, 常磐線)
15. Tsuchiura (土浦): a city in south Ibaraki Prefecture, which has a station with the same name on the Jouban Line
16. SPACIA (スペーシア): nickname for the expresses on the Toubu Nikkou Line and Kinugawa Line
17. Hokusei (北星): sleeper express from Ueno Station in Tokyo north to Morioka Station in Morioka (Iwate Prefecture); the name comes from Hokkyokusei (北極星), which is the North Star, or Polaris; the train was discontinued in 1982 following the opening of the Touhoku Shinkansen line
18. Toki (とき): a JNR train that ran in Niigata Prefecture from Echigo-Yuzawa and Nagaoka Stations to Niigata Station; the name refers to the crested ibis in Episode 1, which was at the commencement of service in 1962, so endangered that it existed only on Sado Island, just off the coast of Niigata Prefecture; after the opening of the Jouetsu Shinkansen in 1982, this train was discontinued, but its name was passed on to the local service on the Jouetsu Shinkansen line until the name was transferred to the express service in 2002
19. Michinoku (みちのく): a JNR regular express train from Ueno Station in Tokyo north to Aomori Station in Aomori Prefecture which was discontinued in 1970; a special express with the same name began service two years later, but was discontinued in 1982 following the commencement of service on the Touhoku Shinkansen; the name Michinoku comes from the name of an old province in Japan now covered by Fukushima, Miyagi, Iwate, and Aomori Prefectures
20. "farewell ticket" (sayonara kippu, さようなら切符): a special ticket created to commemorate the end of service for a train
21. Kii (紀伊): a JNR passenger train that ran from Tokyo Station out west to Kii-Katsuura, Ouji, and Toba Stations; the service was discontinued in the JNR general service adjustments on February 1, 1984; Kii is the name of an old province in Japan now within Wakayama and Mie Prefectures
22. orange card (orenji ka-do, オレンジカード): a prepaid card for passenger train service first introduced in 1985 by the JNR
23. Shiosai (しおさい): special express train (now operated by JR East) running from Shinjuku and Tokyo Stations in Tokyo east to Sakura, Naruto, and Choushi Stations in Chiba Prefecture; the name comes from the word referring to the sound of waves at full tide (潮騒)
24. White Arrow (ホワイトアロー): a Hokkaidou train service commencing in 1986 under the JNR, running from Chitose Airport station to Asahikawa via Sapporo; the name was later changed to Super White Arrow after new cars were introduced in 1990, and it continues to run as a JR Hokkaidou train under that name
25. Shounan Liner (湘南ライナー): a train service beginning in 1986, running from Tokyo Station south to Odawara Station in Kanagawa Prefecture and now operated by JR East; Shounan is a place name referring to the portion of Kanagawa Prefecture surrounding Sagami Bay
26. station stamps (eki sutanpu, 駅スタンプ): stations in Japan typically have a unique ink stamp, so putting together a stamp book (for all stations on a certain line, for example) is common; special stamp series are also sometimes released by railway operators as PR measures to commemorate events and anniversaries and encourage people to ride
27. Hokuetsu (北越): JR East special express train from Kanazawa Station, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture to Niigata Station, Niigata, Niigata Prefecture
28. Masu-no-sushi (ますのすし): lit. "trout sushi," a brand name for trout sushi produced by Minamoto Co., Ltd., and a famous food from Toyama Prefecture, often sold as train bentou (ekiben, 駅弁) on trains passing through Toyama; Kotone also mentions in this episode that the eighth shougun of the Tokugawa Shogunate, Tokugawa Yoshimune, enjoyed trout sushi (I did not include this in the subs)
29. University of Tsukuba (Tsukuba Daigaku, 筑波大学): a national university located in Tsukuba in Ibaraki Prefecture
30. Tsukuba Express (Tsukuba Ekusupresu, つくばエクスプレス): often abbreviated as TX, a new rail line (inaugural service August 24, 2005) connecting Tsukuba Station in Tsukuba, Ibaraki with Akihabara Station in Tokyo; this is the line featured in the last minutes of this episode; for departure melodies (hassha merodi-, 発車メロディー), go here (top one is Tsukuba-bound, bottom one is Akihabara-bound)

Episode 4

1. Mr. Morita: as in Morita Masamitsu (森田正光), famous meteorologist for TBS
2. Playpia Shirahama (プレイピア白浜): formally a "special" station (rinji-eki, 臨時駅) on the JR East Hachinohe Line, originally designed to serve passengers going to the theme park, Playpia Shirahama; after the park shut down, however, trains no longer stop at the station, so it is effectively an abandoned station
3. Maidashi-Kyuudai Byouin-mae (馬出九大病院前): station on the Fukuoka City Subway Hakozaki Line and known as having the longest name of any subway station in Japan
4. shiritori (しりとり): lit. "taking the bottom," a word-chain game where you take the last syllable of the previous word and find a word that begins with that, going around from one person to the next; if the word you find ends with "n" (ん), you lose, as there are no words that begin with this kana
5. Bettoga (別当賀): station on the Nemuro Main Line in Hokkaidou, unique because it does not have an actual station building; instead, passengers wait inside a converted caboose; the name comes from the Ainu word for "shoal" or "shallows"
6. Otsukare-sama desu (お疲れ様です): expression of gratitude for someone's work, usu. as a greeting at the end of a workday
7. Touge-no-Kamameshi (峠の釜めし): ekiben sold on Shin'etsu Main Line trains; touge in the name comes from the Usui Pass (Usui-touge, 碓氷峠), a mountain pass that was so steep that trains had to stop and switch/add locomotives to make it over; the extra time needed for this maneuver offered the perfect chance to sell ekiben to passengers; Touge-no-Kamameshi was recognized as one of the most famous ekiben after winning awards from the Minister of Health and Welfare and being used on the emperor's train to the 1958 National Sports Festival; it sold a record 9000 units the last day before service between Yokokawa and Karuizawa was abandoned, but it is still sold today on the Nagano Shinkansen and even along the Joushin'etsu Expressway
8. Takasaki Line (高崎線): JR East line from Oomiya Station, Saitama, Saitama Prefecture out west to Takasaki Station, Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture, although many trains actually operate through service to Ueno Station in Tokyo via the Touhoku Main Line tracks
9. Louis C. Tiffany Garden Museum-mae (ルイス・C.ティファニー庭園美術館前): station on the Ichibata Electric Railway's Kita-Matsue Line in Shimane Prefecture; it is currently the train station with the longest name in Japan, named after a nearby museum to the American artist Louis Comfort Tiffany; the museum closed on March 31, 2007, however, and the name of the station will change to Matsue English Garden-mae on May 21, at which point the title for longest station will go to Minami-Aso Mizu-no-Umareru Satohakusui Kougen (南阿蘇水の生まれる里白水高原) in Kumamoto Prefecture
10. Choujagahama Shiosai Hamanasu Kouen-mae (長者ヶ浜潮騒はまなす公園前): station on the Kashima Rinkai Tetsudou Ooarai Kashima Line; opened in 1990 as the station with the longest name in Japan, it was later ousted by the above two stations
11. Naka-Karuizawa Station (中軽井沢駅): station on the Shinano Railway's Shinano Line
12. Shounan Monorail (湘南モノレール): officially known as the Enoshima Line (江の島線), an eight-station monorail system in Kanagawa Prefecture running from Kamakura's Oofuna Station to Shounan Enoshima Station in Fujisawa
13. VSE: short for Vault Super Express, the nickname of the Odakyuu 50000-series trains; the futuristic-looking cars--featuring a vaulted roof, long windows, luxurious seats, and a special observation car in the front of the train--were designed to capture travelers taking the train to visit Hakone; the operating company Odakyuu is a large private operator, running the Odawara Line, a commuter service between Shinjuku in Tokyo and Odawara in Kanagawa Prefecture; the company is also famous for operating Romance Car express trains (the VSE is the latest car in this class)
Other stations mentioned in this episode: Otoineppu (音威子府), Einomaru (永犬丸), Rubeshibe (留辺蘂), Gakken-Nara-Tomigaoka (学研奈良登美ヶ丘), Kamuriki (冠着), Kita-Kyuushuu Cargo Terminal (北九州貨物ターミナル), Ebina (海老名), Nanatsugadake-Tozanguchi (七ヶ岳登山口)[/spoiler]

Notes
Files are saved in Unicode because they contain (a small number of) Japanese characters. If you do not have Japanese fonts installed, you will not be able to view these characters (these characters are almost exclusively restricted to the title of the episode and the lyrics for the theme song).
If you are having trouble using the softsubs, your video player may have trouble accepting Unicode-encoded subtitles. To fix this problem, simply open the .srt in Wordpad and save over it with normal ASCII encoding (retaining the .srt extension, of course). You will now see garbled text where the Japanese is located, but the subtitles should work.
Although not vital to understanding the story, if you are at all interested in the subtle jokes, pop culture references, or tetsu stuff, then check the above Vocabulary and Tidbits section. :lol
This is the softsubbed version of this project. Baka no Sekai (BNS) is releasing a hardsubbed version (using the same translation as the softsubs) and releasing it here at D-Addicts.

Subtitles

Final Version Episodes 1-6
Final Version Episodes 7-11 + Gakkou e Ikou MAX! SP
Go here for a short description of what was changed

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Gakkou e Ikou! MAX Special 2007.05.22 (starring Tanaka Kouki, Kuriyama Chiaki, Akiyama Ryuuji, and Katou Rosa; go here for description, torrent, etc.)

Episode 11 -- Our Train Heads for the Future
Episode 10 -- There's No Tomorrow for Us
Episode 09 -- A Teary-Eyed First Kiss
Episode 08 -- I Wanna Be Your Man, But...
Episode 07 -- The Love Train's Maiden Journey
Episode 06 -- Kindness is His Only Redeeming Feature
Episode 05 -- How Long Does it Take to be Friends?
Episode 04 -- A Guy who Makes Lies into Truth
Episode 03 -- A 1-on-1 Battle with Your Boyfriend in Your Hometown!?
Episode 02 -- You're the Lousiest Guy in the Whole World!
Episode 01 -- My Tracks Lead to You!
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One of the the most thorough and well-researched culture notes I've seen yet.
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Thanks so much for the subs as well as the extra information that you collected regarding the show's subject. Very interesting! THANKS AGAIN! :wub:

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yay! can't wait to get home and watch this with subs!
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Thank you so much!

But.. I can't open the sub file.. I'm trying to add it in BS player like I always do but it doesn't show up :S

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Thank you so much for the subtitles! <3


Kashini wrote:But.. I can't open the sub file.. I'm trying to add it in BS player like I always do but it doesn't show up :S


I can't view them with MP Player, too. I tried everything but I don't know what to do anymore. :cry:

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For those of you having trouble:

I'm not an expert, but first try updating to the newest version of your subtitle rendering software (VobSub or whatever). If that doesn't work, then you're probably getting hung up on the Unicode encoding in the subtitle... Just open the the .srt in Wordpad and then save over the file as a "Text Document" (don't forget to change the extension to .srt). The file is now in ANSI, so you should be able to play it normally, except that you'll see gibberish where the Japanese characters are supposed to be.

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Postby Kashini » Thu Apr 19, 2007 4:42 pm

quashlo wrote:For those of you having trouble:

I'm not an expert, but first try updating to the newest version of your subtitle rendering software (VobSub or whatever). If that doesn't work, then you're probably getting hung up on the Unicode encoding in the subtitle... Just open the the .srt in Wordpad and then save over the file as a "Text Document" (don't forget to change the extension to .srt). The file is now in ANSI, so you should be able to play it normally, except that you'll see gibberish where the Japanese characters are supposed to be.


Thank you! I opened it in wordpad and saved and now it works. :)

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Thanks you so much!
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Yatta! Arigatou ne! I was eagerly anticipating this! It looks so fun and I just love Koki!

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Thank you so much! I'm really excited to see this!

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Wow, you're great for being so informative and fast with your subs. Thanks a lot!

Next time, is it possible to remove the font formatting? It doesn't quite fit onto my VLC Player... Thanks...

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Thank you so much.You don't know how much these subs mean to me.Chiaki Kuriyama is my favorite J-actress, and i'm so happy to see her in this drama as an important character.
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Postby quashlo » Fri Apr 20, 2007 3:39 am

Thanks everyone for the comments, and I hope you all enjoyed the first episode... By the end of this series, I think many of us will get brainwashed into tetsu... :lol

Anyways, good news for hardsub fans... Baka no Sekai (BnS) will use the soft subs here and encode a high-quality (as in fancy karaoke effects, etc.) hardsubbed version of the series for release here on D-Addicts. :-) For people using VLC Player (and thus can't read font tags) or people who otherwise have problems using the softsubs, you have another option now. Go here for more information about the release.

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Thank you so much for the subs and the notes ^__^

I have read excelent comments about this drama. It seems funny and interesting. I really want to watch it ^__^

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This show is a lot funnier than I expected, thank you so much for taking the time to sub this show!

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Thanks a lot for subbing this dorama. When i've watched it I was laughing all the time xD.

You've made a great job on it , now I understand much things link to Japanese train ;)

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Thank you a lot for subbing this. I mainly watched the first episode because there were subs for it, though I didn't planed to watch it, because i thought, trains are boring XD So thank you a lot, that I discovered, that this is a really hilarious series after all

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i want to ask if you are going to continue release softsub for all ep or just for the first & the other eps will be hardsub??
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Postby quashlo » Wed Apr 25, 2007 12:04 am

For arabian and others wondering, yes, I will continue posting the softsubs here.
I've finished Episode 2 softsubs and posted them on the first page. Thanks again for all the comments. :lol

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Thanxx for Eps 2..
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Yay! Episode 2, thank you very much.

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Thanks for the hard work and the subs :)

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:lol thanks for the subs this show is awesome btw anyone using vlc to watch this cause vlc doesnt read subtitle tags and is displaying all the "i" tags so ive edited the subs so there more vlc friendly and can upload them if anyone wants them. :thumright:

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Postby ashitakka » Mon Apr 30, 2007 9:26 pm

ahhhg I dont know but i cant see this subs, the bsplayer or the mplayer dont take it V_V ahhhh anyone have problems with this subs??? If i dont fix it I will download the hardsubs version

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Thank you soooo much!!
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Postby quashlo » Wed May 02, 2007 6:22 am

Episode 3 subs are posted. As always, comments and suggestions are appreciated.
Enjoy! :lol

>> Episode 3 <<

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As usual, you've done an excellent work :cheers:

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thank you very much.
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Thank you so much. This is a nice drama ^__^ And your subs are wonderful.

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Yay, thank you for ep 3 :D

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Thanxx..
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Thanks a lot for ep3 :)

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Postby Winly » Wed May 02, 2007 8:55 pm

I've finished watching episode 3 And OMG O__O
This drama with each episode is getting better and better, and better. I'm in love with this drama :wub:
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Postby Bodhi » Thu May 03, 2007 12:47 am

quashlo thanks a lot for the subs this show is really good I like the whole cast they really seem to work well together.

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Postby skosh_sempai » Fri May 04, 2007 8:17 am

YEAaaaa THANKX :w00t:

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thank you everyone for subbing this drama! haha it's cuter than what i expected..^^

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Postby quashlo » Tue May 08, 2007 7:53 am

Episode 4 subs are done and uploaded.
Ratings are down the hole, but I hope you're enjoying this light-hearted comedy. :lol

>>> Episode 4 Subs <<<
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Postby furransu » Tue May 08, 2007 8:05 am

thanks quashlo! i think this series is quite funny.. i like it.. but havent downloaded the ep4 raw yet ><

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Thank you quashlo. I'm really enjoying your effort.

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Postby Shadow Hexagram » Tue May 08, 2007 9:34 am

WAAAAAAAAHHHHH !!!!!! Thanks for sub 4, that's wicked !!

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Postby Karo » Tue May 08, 2007 9:38 am

:cheers: Thank you so much for ep. 4... ^-^
Hehehe... I'm absolutely in love with this show now... ^-^ :wub:

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Postby 41nano » Tue May 08, 2007 10:43 am

Wow thanks again for ep4, so fast for this great show!


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