On Thomas' travels, he meets two high-speed Japanese Engines in Japan.
The Japanese Engines are based on early 485 series electric multiple units, built by a number of manufacturers and introduced by Japanese National Railways in 1968. While their basis is cape gauge, they appear to be standard gauge.
They are cream with red window surrounds.
- Despite being electric locomotives, they lack a cantanary and no overhead wires are visible to power them. Settebello has the same problem.