Sunrise Izumo train guide and timetable: Overnight sleeper train runs between Tokyo and Osaka, Izumoshi, fully covered by the JR Pass

sunrise izumo setoKobe, Himeji

Sunrise Izumo is an overnight train which runs between Tokyo and Yonago, Matsue and Izumo-shi in Sanin area. This train is combined with Sunrise Seto between Tokyo and Okayama.

This train has many kinds of accommodations. One of these is called “Nobi Nobi Seat” which is not a seat but like a carpet section. This Nobi Nobi Seat is fully covered by the JR pass. This is not a regular berth and the floor is a bit hard. But you can lie on the space and it is much more comfortable than sleeping on a seat. And you have minimum privacy with a small partition between the sections.

But some of Japan Rail Pass users want to take a bedroom or another choice even though additional will be charged.

In this post, I will explain you about Sunrise Izumo with lots of photos.

Timetable and route

First of all, I show you the route and timetable.

Sunrise Izumo and Sunrise Seto operation route map (click to view large)
Stationto Izumoshi
Stationto Tokyo

As you see the timetable, you can use this train from Osaka to Tokyo as the overnight train. On the other hand, the train from Tokyo does not stop at Osaka. If you want to use this train from Tokyo, you may get off this train at Himeji and then take a rapid train to Osaka.

As of August 5th, 2020, the timetable is the following:

Tokyo 22:00 (Sunrise Izumo or Sunrise Seto) 5:25 Himeji
Himeji 5:45 (Special Rapid train) 6:48 Osaka

The Sanyo Shinkansen runs between Himeji and Shin-Osaka and the Shinkansen train is usually faster. But it is too early to catch the Shinkansen train. The Special Rapid is the fastest way to get to Osaka. The Special Rapid is a sort of a commuter train but it is not crowded because it is very early morning.

If you take this train between Tokyo and Okayama, you can take Sunrise Seto too.

How to reserve this train

You can book a seat online if you buy the JR Pass on the official site.

If you understand Japanese, you can book a seat at JR East online reservation Eki-net (えきねっと) and JR West e5489. But these website are available only in Japanese. You must register before using these online reservation in Japanese. JR Pass users can also book a seat on Eki net, but this is not an official method. It may not cover the JR Pass, so please use at your own risk. The e5489 does not cover the JR pass. These online methods are basically for non JR pass users.

Otherwise you have to book it at the ticket office in Japan.

Book a space on Nobi Nobi seat on JR Pass online reservation site

The Japan Rail Pass new reservation site was launched on June 1st, 2020. If you buy the JR Pass on this site, you can book a space on Nobi Nobi seat in this site. You cannot book a space on other compartmens unformately. But you can secure a space on Nobi Nobi seat at the time of booking. And if you want to change to other compartment, you can try to book a space on other compartment when you exchange a pass after arrival in Japan. In the worst case, you have a space on Nobi Nobi seat so you can’t miss a train.

You must accept the higher price of the Pass on this JR Pass official site. But this is only way to book a space online before you go to Japan.

Please see the link below to find more information:

If you buy the JR pass at the travel agent or other official vendor’s online site, you cannot book a space online. You must book a space after arrival and that means it may be booked out when you will get to Japan.

How to book a space on Surinse Izumo at a ticket window

If you do not use the JR Pass or you do not want to buy the JR Pass online, you have to book at the reservation window that is called Midori no Madoguchi. Please find more information about booking at the link below:

If you plan to use this train, you have to consider the risk of booked out. If you do not want to have any risks, do not plan riding on this train. It is very hard to find how busy this train is. This train is sometimes booked out in even weekdays of the shoulder season. You must prepare a back up plan in case of booked out.

Can I ask someone in Japan to book a space on this train for me?

If you have a friend or someone who you can ask, you can ask him/her to book a seat for you. The booking is open at 10:00 am one month before a travel day.

If you travel on August 10th, the booking is open at 10:00 am July 10th.

He/She must go to a reservation window in most major JR stations to book it. He/She cannot do it online.

If you use the JR pass, you cannot use this method because when he/she book a seat at the ticket window, he/she has to pay and buy a ticket. The copy of the JR Pass exchange order and a copy of your passport are not accepted. The JR Pass will not be valid until you arrive in Japan and exchange it for yourself.

If you plan to use the JR Pass and really want to secure a space before you go, buy the JR Pass at the higher price online.

This method only works if you are traveling at a regular fare.

How to make a back up plan

If you will not use the JR Pass and you have no one ask to book a seat for you in Japan, you must try to book a space after you arrive in Japan.

First of all, you must have a few days between an arrival date and a travel date on Sunrise Izumo. It is too risky to take this train on the arrival day.

Please search the hotel in your departure place of the travel on Sunrise. And try to find the hotel which allows you to cancel before two days without any cancellation fees.

Right after you arrive in Japan, try to book a space on Sunrise Izumo. If you can make it, just cancel the hotel. If you cannot make it, stay overnight in the hotel and travel on next day.

If you plan to take this train from Osaka to Tokyo on November 10th, book a hotel in either Tokyo or Osaka for November 9th, one night. Please remember that Sunrise Izumo leaves Osaka after midnight. The date when you get on the train is one day after the hotel check-in date.
If you book a hotel in Tokyo and you cannot book a space on Sunrise Izumo, take the last Shinkansen to Tokyo from Shin-Osaka and overnight in Tokyo. If you book a hotel and you cannot make it, stay overnight in Osaka and take the earliest Shinkansen on next day.

In my experience, I could make it 4 times and could not make it only once. But I have never traveled in the peak season.


You find the interior of this train in my trip report in the movie below:

As I mentioned above, a JR Pass user can take reserved seat that is called Nobi Nobi seat without any extra. But you have to pay accommodation fee and surcharge when you take other accommodation. Please see the below to see the details of all types of accommodation and extra charge.

Nobi Nobi seat

No extra charge on top of JR Pass

This is only choice which is covered by JR pass fully. It is not a compartment but it is like a berth. The space is 190 cm length and 80 cm width. You can lie on the space and it is much more comfortable than the seat. But it is very hard to reserve this seat since this is most affordable choice in this train. Of course you must try to book right after you arrive in Japan.

There are upper section and lower section. In my opinion, upper section is bette choice.
There is a small partation (about 50cm) between the spaces. But there is no curtains between the spaces. You cannot get 100% privacy. Beside the window, a small plactic cup is on the cup holder. No power outlet is equipped.
It is just a carpet. You may feel that is hard to sleep. If you bring a small mattress (such as a camping thin air mattress), you can sleep much more easily.
A small blanket and a small pillow cover are included. It does not include a pillow. You have to prepare something to use as a pillow.

Single Deluxe

Express surcharge and compartment fee are required on top of JR Pass.

This is the best room in this train. The bed size is 196 cm length and 85 cm width. These rooms are located in the upper deck in the double decker car. So you will have a better view than the other class. The desk, chair and sink are equipped in the room. There is no rooms that has a washroom or shower in the compartment of this train. But the shower room is in the same car. The shower card is included in Single Deluxe compartment fee. I will explain you about the shower room later in this post.

There are only six rooms available in Sunrise Izumo. This is most expensive room but this is very popular and it is very hard to book.

Overview of the compartment
The window is a big and you can cover this by the blind.
A small desk, small sink and a chair are in the compartment.
Night wear is included. The window is closed by the blind.
A power outlet is equpped beside the sink.
The large desk is equpped in this compartment.
Many items are offered for Single Deluxe passenger.


Express surcharge and compartment fee are required on top of JR Pass.

This is most common comparment of Sunrise Izumo. All compartments are located in the bi-level car. The bed size is 196 cm length and 70 cm width. Since the compartment is in the bi-level car, the height is about 180 cm. It is a bit tight for a tall passenger.

The isle of Single rooms car. At the left side of the phoso is stairs to the lower area.
Upper compartment. Blanket and nightwear are included.
Upper compartment. The power outlet is equipped in the compartment.
Lower compartment
Lower compartment


Express surcharge and compartment fee are required on top of JR Pass.

This is another type of the single compartment. The bed size is 196 cm length x 70 cm width. But the width is 56cm in some part of the bed. This compartment is located in the single level car. But there are compartments in upper and lower area. The height is very limited. The space where you can stand up is very limited in the upper level. In the compartment at the lower level, you cannot stand up. The space is much smaller than Single. In my opinion, Single is more recommended.

Upper compartment. Blanket and nightwear are included. You have to put your luggage on these stairs and there is a small space above the stairs. You cannot bring a full size suitcase in this comparment.
The stairs to the bed in the upper compartment. You can stand up on these stairs area only. When you leave the compartment, you can input four digit number to lock the door. You can input same four digit number to unlock. Of course you can lock the door from the inside. All compartments have same lock system.
The bed in the upper compartment. The power outlet is located beside the bed.
The bed in the lower compartment. You have to put your luggage between the bed and the door. It is very limited. And you cannot stand up in the lower compartment.
The stairs to upper compartment is streached out in the lower compartmnet. The power outlet is available beside the door.

Single Twin

Express surcharge and compartment fee are required on top of JR Pass.

This room can be used as a single room or a twin room. The bed size is 196 cm length and 70 cm width. The floor space of this room is almost same as Single. The upper berth is for the second pessenger. The bed is a bit smaller than the lower berth. The lower berth can be converted to a seat.

This is most affordable compartment for two travelers.

The stairs to the upper berth
There are windows at upper and lower berths.

Sunrise Twin

Express surcharge and compartment fee are required on top of JR Pass.

This room is the standard twin room. The bed size is 196 cm length and 75 cm width. This size bed are side by side in the compartment. The space is much bigger than Single Twin. This rooms are located at the lower level in the bi-level car.

Only four compartments are available. It is very hard to book. Usually is is booked out right after a reservation is open.

Sunrise Twin interior
Small luggage space beside the door

Lounge space

The lounge space is located at car #3 and #10.

This small lounge space is open public. There are eight stools.
This is a good space to eat and drink.
The vending machine is available in the lounge space. Only cold soft drink is available.

Shower room

Shower room is located at car #3 and #10. You have to buy a shower card at the vending machine in car #3 and #10. It is slod at 320 yen for 6 minutes. But the number of the card is limited because of the water supply.

If you stay in Single Deluxe, you may use the shower room at car #4 and #11. These shower rooms are located at same cars as Single Deluxe compartments. And these shower room at car #4 and #11 are available exclusively for Single Deluxe passengers only. Other passengers must use the shower room at car #3 and #10.

The way of using the shower room is same at all shower spaces. Single Deluxe includes small towel. But other compartments and Nobi Nobi seat passengers cannot get any towels in the train. If you intend using shower room, you must prepare some towels. The shampoo and soap are available in the shower room.

Changing space of the shower room. You can insert the shower card in the light blue color slot. You get 6 minutes when you intert the card. There are instructions beside the slot. It explains you how to use the shower room.
It is inside of the shower room. You may find red color digital numbers in the photo. You will see 6:00 when you go in this room. Once you start using the shower, the timer starts to count down. But if you stop using the shower, the time stops. So when you wash your hair and body, you can stop the shower to save your time. But you cannot split the time. Once you exit the shower space (means going out from the changing space), you will lose your time even if you still have time.


It is available in all cars. But in the morning, this space is busy.

You can brush your teeth here.
There are western style and Japanese style washrooms.

Train formation

Sunrise Izumo and Sunrise Seto are coupled between Tokyo and Okayama.

Click to view large

The train from Tokyo, car #1 to #7 is Sunrise Seto and #8 to #14 is Sunrise Izumo. The train to Tokyo, car #1 to #7 is Sunrise Izumo and #8 to #14 is Sunrise Seto.

Fare and accommodation fee

As I mentioned, JR Pass covers Nobi Nobi Seat fully. But you have to add some more extra on top of the pass if you want to book a compartment.

How to culculate the fare

Three kind of fares are required to take this train.

Ticket, Pass / FareBase fareLimited express surchargeAccommodation fee
Nobi Nobi seat
by JR Pass
CoveredCoveredNot required
by JR pass
Nobi Nobi seat
by regular ticket
RequiredRequiredNot required
by regular ticket

Nobi Nobi seat is a sort of the regular reserved seat. It does not require any accommodation fee.

Base fare

Departure / Arrival stationTokyoYokohama
Osaka8,910 yen8,580 yen
Sannomiya9,640 yen9,130 yen
Himeji10,010 yen9,790 yen
Okayama, Kurashiki10,670 yen10,340 yen
Bitchu-Takahashi11,000 yen10,670 yen
Niimi11,330 yen11,000 yen
Yonago, Yasugi11,880 yen11,550 yen
Matsue, Shinji12,210 yen11,880 yen
Izumoshi12,210 yen12,210 yen

Limited express surcharge

If you want to use a compartment by JR Pass, you must add this surcharge on top of the accommodation fee on top of JR pass. If you use JR pass to take Nobi Nobi Seat, this fee is not required.

If you use a regular ticket and book a compartment, you have to pay this surcharge on top of the base fare and the accommodation fee. If you use a regular ticket and use Nobi Nobi seat, you have to pay base fare, this limited express surcharge and add 530 yen.

Departure / Arrival stationTokyo, Yokohama
Osaka, Sannomiya2,960 yen
Himeji, Okayama, Kurashiki, Bitchu-Takahashi, Niimi, Yonago, Yasugi, Shinji, Izumoshi3,300 yen

Accommodation fee

This fee is required if you want to use a compartment. All accommodation fee is per room.

Single Deluxe13,980 yen
Single Twin (single use)9,600 yen
Single Twin (twin use)15,100 yen
Single7,700 yen
Solo6,600 yen
Sunrise Twin15,400 yen

Only one adult passenger is allowed in each compartment other than Single Twin and Sunrise Twin.

How to culculate child passenger cost

If you travel with a child who is 5 years old under and share your space with a child, it is free of charge.

If you travel with a child who is 6 to 11 years old and share your space with a child, it is not free of charge for a child. A child passenger requires half amount of the limited express surcharge and half amount of the base fare. If you use the JR Pass, this age range of child required the JR Pass child. The JR Pass child covers all. If you use Nobi Nobi seat, a child passenger can take own space by the JR Pass child or half amount of the limited express surcharge and half amount of the base fare.

Preparation before boarding

I would like to share a few tips if you take this train. Especially if you take Nobi Nobi Seat, please read the following tips.

You should bring something to eat and drink.

This train does not have any dining services and on board sales. There is a soft drink vending machine only. Please buy something to eat and drink before boarding. You may drink and eat anywhere. You may drink beer, wine, whatever. There is no restrictions. But do not have a party.

Is this train okay for travelers with a small child?

If you share your space with child who is 5 years old or younger, it is free of charge. You can share a young child in even Nobi Nobi seat. I have seen mother and young child to share one spot of Nobi Nobi seat a few times. However if you ride this train with baby, I recommend you to stay in the compartment. If you stay in Nobi Nobi seat with a baby, both you and other passengers may be stressful because a baby cries.

Is Nobi Nobi Seat safe for woman traveling alone?

In my experience, a female solo traveler can ride on Nobi Nobi Seat. I have seen many female solo travelers in Nobi Nobi seat. Of course most of travelers are male. But I have seen many types of travelers in Nobi Nobi Seat, like senior couples, mother and small child, and some female travelers.

There is no privacy but if you are okay with it, you can travel on Nobi Nobi Seat.

Does this train offer Wi-Fi and power outlet?

This train does not offer any Wi-Fi service. If you want connection, please bring a mobile router or slot a SIM card into your phone. Please find more informaion in the post below:

All compartment equip the power outlet. But Nobi Nobi Seat does not have any power outlet. You may require an extra battery.


We have lots of restrictions to take this train. Especially the booking is an issue. But this train is only scheduled overnight train in Japan now. You can save your time and save your cost of the accommodation. You may take this train from Osaka to Tokyo. I believe that Sunrise Izumo and Sunrise Seto offer very memorable ride.

I hope this post encourages you to take this train and enjoy your the ride.


  1. Japie says:

    Hi Takeshi,

    First of all I would like to thank you for this website and the information and help you are giving to us.

    I am planning to visit Japan from late March until April in 2013 and I am planning to use the JR rail card. I would like to make use of a Nobi Nobi seat on the Sunrise Seto/Izumo from Okayama to Tokyo.
    Is it possible to reserve a seat up front and board at Okayama station? Also would you have any idea what my chances are to succesfully reserve a seat 6-7 days before departure. (since I read this train is very popular)

    I thank you in advance for taking the time and effort to answer these questions.

    Best regard,

    • JPRail says:

      Hi Japie,

      It is very hard to say. But mostly School Spring Break will be started from March 20 to April 7. These days are one of the busiest period in Japan.
      All I can say is small chance to book. I am not surprised if it will be sold out. If you have a plan to travel in this period, you must have a back up plan.


      Takeshi / JP Rail

  2. Jon says:


    There is one thing I have not understood yet.
    I will be in Japan for a month before I start using my 14-day JR Pass.
    I would like to reserve a nobinobi.
    Can I validate my JR Pass right on my arrival in Japan, for 1 month ahead in time?
    And can I then also reserve the seats (1 month prior to taking the Sunrise Izumo)?

    Thanks a lot,

    • JPRail says:

      Hi Jon,

      Please see third line from the bottom of following page:

      You see “It can be any date within one month from the date the PASS is received”. So you can do it that you want. 🙂
      When you turned it the pass, you can go ahead to book. Booking is starting at 10:00 am on the day of one month prior to departure date.


      Takeshi / JP Rail

  3. Jazzy says:

    Hi Takeshi,

    Your website is superb on giving info regarding JRP. Much appreciated, really helps me to get more info on JRP pass on train n buses. Too bad JRP can’t make an online reserv. I’m goin to Japan on early November. Will that be a peak season? I’m afraid two days since i arrive in Japan wouldn’t be fast enough to book the sunrize izumo. What do you think?

    Btw, is there any announcement on the train whenever we arrive @ each city? How can we tell if we have arrive in particular city? Thanks for your info.

    Best Regards,

    Jazzy from Indonesia

    • JPRail says:

      Hi Jazzy,
      Thanks for your comment about my website, 🙂
      Early November is not peak season. The busiest seasons in Japan are New Year, mid August and late Apr to early May. So basically it will be easier to make a reservation. But it is no surprise if you cannot get Sunrise. If you want to use this train, think about back up plan in case you cannot make it.
      In the train, there is an announcement basically in Japanese. If you take a train to/from airport or take a Shinkansen, you have an announcement in English. But there is no announcement during mid night when you take an overnight train, like Sunrise Izumo. You can ask a conductor if you worry about it. They will wake you up.
      Takeshi / JP Rail

  4. anzio says:

    Hi Takeshi-san,

    Your webpage provides excellent detail on rail travel in Japan! Helped me a lot in planning for my virgin trip to Japan. I am sure to enjoy this trip. Thanks!

    I have purchased a JR pass (nationwide), ordinary type and am thinking to take the Sunrise Seto/Izumo from Tokyo to Osaka. Have some enquries:

    1. The JR pass covers the overnight train ticket, seat reservation right? So, I would not need to pay anything more? (ie: limited express fee etc)

    2. How do i get the train tickets/make seat reservations for the Sunrise Seto/Izumo? At the midori no madoguchi at any station within Tokyo?

    3. Taking the 22:00 train from Tokyo, the train doesn’t seem to stop at Osaka. How would then I be able to get to Osaka?

    Cheers, anzio.

    • JPRail says:

      Hi Anzio,
      I’m very happy to hear that my site help you to plan your trip.
      The answers are the following:
      1) There are several types of accommodation it the train. If you take Nobi Nobi seat, you don’t need to pay any extra. However if you take other kind of accommodations, most of compartment, you need to pay accommodation fee and limited express surcharge too.
      2) You can make a reservation any Midori no Madoguchi throughout Japan.
      3) Yes. There trains do not stop at Osaka. You need to get off the train at Himeji. Please refer the following page to get the details:

      Sunrise Izumo/Seto are very popular. Sometimes it is very hard to get the ticket. So you need to think about the plan if you cannot make it. There are no non-=reserved set on that train. So if you cannot make it, you have to stay somewhere.
      Good luck!

      Takeshi / JP Rail

  5. danny says:

    Hi Takeshi,

    I’m thinking of asking my friend in japan to reserve my shinkansen tickets for me in advance on so that I can exchange them using the jr pass when i’m there this march. Would it be possible for him to reserve the sunrise izumo nobinobi seat through the site? If that’s not possible, can he reserve in advance for me at the midori no madoguchi?

    Thanks in advance!

    • JPRail says:

      Hi Danny,
      It is no problem with booking Shinkansen at Eki net. But your friend need to make an account and he need to show his credit card to get a ticket.
      All overnight trains cannot be reserved at Eki net. You can ask your friend to go to Midori no Madoguchi. But he need to pay for reserved seat + limited express surcharge at that time. It is covered by Japan Rail Pass. But your friend cannot show your pass when he will book, so he needs to pay.
      After you arrive Japan and get the actual pass, you can try to get a Nobinobi at no cost. If you can book it, get it and refund it that your friend got it. When you refund, you need to pay cancel charge. But it is only 300 yen 2 days before departure date. After that, the charge is 30% of the price.
      Takeshi / JP Rail

  6. Kitti says:

    The single deluxe , can I sleep two person?

  7. Gina says:

    Hi Takeshi,

    Thank you very much for your website, this is really very useful.

    I’d like to know on how we can reserve the nobi nobi seat on the night train from Tokyo to Izumo.
    I’ve spoken with the travel agent from which we’re gonna buy the JRPass from, and they said they don’t know anything about a nobi nobi seat.

    We’re going to take the night train, the day after we arrive in Japan.



    • JPRail says:

      Hi Gina,
      Probably only Japanese travel agent can understand about reservation. Have you tried one of travel agent from JTB, Nippon Travel Agency, Kintetsu? These companies have a parent company in Japan. They take care of JR ticket reservation in Japan.
      Takeshi / JP Rail

  8. JAyre says:

    Hi readers,

    I have just returned from Japan and had the opportunity to take this train while I was over there. I have a few reflections that might help in guiding whether or not you would want to use this train and what seat type you would attempt to book.

    (1) The Deluxe Single and Sunrise Twin rooms were booked out when I tried to book. There are few rooms of this type, making them hard to get. There was a very limited number of Nobi-Nobi seats (6) when I tried to book one week out from the travel date in the off-peak season.

    (2) There isn’t a lot of space in the Single or Solo rooms. For international travellers (like myself) this can make things a bit tricky for the storage of luggage. I use a large backpack, which is soft, and was able to slide it in a crevice between the door and bed in my solo room. My travelling companions had difficulty stowing their solid suitcases in the Single rooms because there was no crevice but more flat space meaning their bags fell on them in the night sometimes, as well as being less malleable.

    (3) In the warmer months, if the air conditioning is not working properly, it gets HOT. My travelling companions in Car 1 had barely functioning air conditioning, which made their night difficult. I on the other had no trouble in Car 3 with the air conditioning working fine.

    I would best describe this train as sort of a “Business Hotel” on wheels. It’s smart, functional, and most of the beds face the same way as the train is moving, meaning when it stops, you don’t roll around much, which is nice. The shower also comes highly recommended. Oh, and you can buy a towel set as well on board, which comes with Sunrise Express printed on it, so it’s useful and can be a souvenir :).

    Sunrise Seto is an identical train, so if you’re desperate and can’t get the room you want, you can try to book it to/from Okayama (where the two trains seperate/merge), and bridge your journey with a Yakumo Limited Express to/from Matsue/Izumoshi.

    Best regards,

    Jonathan Ayre

  9. JAyre says:

    Hi Takeshi!

    It’s been a while since I visited, and have enjoyed reading all the updates as I have been very busy these past few months. Anyway, to get to my question, I am looking at booking a berth on this train in September and would like a solo/single room with a view of the stars (therefore, upper level), and was just wondering about how to go about asking for this when booking the tickets on a Japan Rail Pass at a Midori no Madoguchi? Should I take it written down or is there a phrase I can say to ask for an upper level room?


    Jonathan Ayre

    • JPRail says:

      Hello Jonathan,
      Thank you for reading my website.
      When you reserve your berth, simply say “Solo Jodan (ソロ上段)” or “Single Jodan (シングル上段)”. Jodan means upper. They will understand.
      As long as you go to Midori no Madoguchi at major stations in Tokyo, they are very familiar with English speaking travellers. (of course Narita airport station is the best.)
      Don’t worry!
      Takeshi / JP Rail

  10. complex says:

    First off — your website and level of useful information are awesome! Thank you very much.

    Could you please give us some idea of how large the Nobi Nobi berths are? They look spatious, and I just cannot believe that they could be so large on a train, nor that they would be so large [given my admittedly limited knowledge of Japanese culture]

    • JPRail says:

      Hello complex,
      Thank you very much for your comment.
      My height is 184 cm. I had no problem with that to sleep when I took Nobi Nobi. And the width is about 90 cm.
      I’m sure that is spacious.

      Takeshi / JP Rail

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