A new train in Japan is incorporating all the thrills of a roller coaster theme park into everyday commuting. The innovative train features rotating seats that flip before departure.

The invention is particularly ingenious because the chairs rotate automatically at the end of the train's run so passengers don't have to worry about facing backwards when they commute. Japan's train system is already synonymous with efficiency and comfort and this new invention will only add to that mystique.

It's unclear as to whether passengers are allowed to remain in the seats when the chairs rotate, but one thing is for certain, there will be no shortage of people who will want to stay for the spinning ride.

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