The first video in this batch is of looking out the rear cab of a Seibu-Kokubunji Line train, including views of the inside of the rearmost train car, as well as right and left sides of the train. Then there's a separate video clip, showing only a view of the inside of the train car, with the passing scenery visible through the windows on both sides.
From there it goes to the front of a Chuo Line train just leaving Ochanomizu Station, showing (out a left side window), a sakura (cherry blossom) tree in bloom in the distance - by the Marunouchi Line tracks.
After that I recorded views of taking a Keihin-Tohoku Line train from Kanda up to Yurakucho, where I got off, and - leaving the camera running - recorded views of trains going by in both directions, as seen from the station platform (including views of passing Shinkansen trains).
"Takanodai to Koigakubo - Rear Cab View" (100402-1501)
Looking out the rear cab of a Seibu-Kokubunji Line train as it goes from Takanodai Station to Koigakubo Station. A line running on a single track like this is rare in Tokyo. (Some parts of the line are double-tracked, and some are single.) Also a short view of the interior of the train and views out the right and left sides.
鷹の台駅から恋ヶ窪駅まで、後ろ眺め 東京 (Recorded on Friday, April 2nd, 2010, at 3:01 p.m.)
"Rolling Towards Kokubunji in a Seibu-Kokubunji Line Train" (100402-1505)
Looking up the train on the inside as it rolls towards Kokubunji Station - with about half the seats filled. Since no one is standing, the view out the side windows is strikingly viewable (compared to usual conditions - with standing people blocking the view).
国分寺駅向きの西武国分寺線電車の内部眺め 東京 (Recorded on Friday, April 2nd, 2010, at 3:05 p.m.)
"Ochanomizu to Kanda - Left Side and Front Views" (100402-1542)
Looking out the left side of a Chuo Line train as it leaves Ochanomizu Station. Notice the sakura tree down by Marunouchi Line tracks, and then the many sakura pedals in the river when I take a look down. After that, a look out the front cab and then to the left side again, where Shinkansen and Yamanote Line trains can be seen. Also a brief view of the inside of the train.
御茶ノ水駅から神田駅まで、左側と前の眺め 東京 (Recorded on Friday, April 2nd, 2010, at 3:42 p.m.)
"Passing Shinkansen, Arriving Keihin-Tohoku Train - Kanda to Tokyo" (100402-1548)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRR2mayrTjE
Watching a Shinkansen go by, and then walking back to an arriving Keihin-Tohoku Line train that I get on and ride down the line to the next stop - Tokyo. (Notice the other trains on neighboring tracks.)
通る新幹線、到着京浜東北線 神田駅から東京駅まで 東京 (Recorded on Friday, April 2nd, 2010, at 3:48 p.m.)
"Tokyo to Yurakucho - Train Typhoon at Yurakucho" (100402-1551)
Beginning as the Keihin-Tohoku Line train I was on departed Tokyo Station and went one short stop down the line to Yurakucho Station. At Yurakucho Station, I watch several trains come and go - one after the other, including Shinkansen trains on neighboring rails.
通る新幹線など、東京駅から有楽町駅まで 有楽町駅で、色々な電車を見る 東京 (Recorded on Friday, April 2nd, 2010, at 3:51 p.m.)
"Yurakucho Station - One Train Out, One In" (100402-1556)
Walking up the platform at Yurakucho Station, I watch a Yamanote Line train depart, followed almost immediately by a Keihin-Tohoku Line train arriving from the opposite direction.
有楽町駅で、山手線が出発、京浜東北線が到着 東京 (Recorded on Friday, April 2nd, 2010, at 3:51 p.m.)
Lyle (Hiroshi) Saxon