This paper model is a simple Tokyu 5050 Series Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) Train, operated by Tokyu Corporation since 2002 on many of its commuter lines in the Tokyo area of Japan, the papercraft created by Shibuya Bunka Project.
First introduced in 2002, the design is based on the JR East E231 series commuter train, also manufactured by Tokyu Car Corporation (now J-TREC) in Yokohama. All trains are equipped with interior LCD screens, displaying the station names, and automatic announcements in both Japanese and English. The 5000 series uses blue seat moquette fabric, while the 5050 and 5080 series uses red seat moquette. As of September 2012, 5000 series trains are still being manufactured.
Eighteen 8-car sets were introduced on the Toyoko Line from April 2004. These sets are distinguished by a pink stripe above the doors. These are similar to the Tokyu 5000 series, the only difference being that they have 8 cars, and that they have the pink stripe instead of green. They are based at Motosumiyoshi Depot, and are capable of running through the Minatomirai Line.
- Tokyu Toyoko Line
- Minatomirai Line
Toyoko Line 8-car sets are formed as follows:
The M1 cars (3 and 7) are each fitted with two single-arm pantographs. [Source: wiki]
You can download this train papercraft model here: Tokyu 5050 Series Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) Train Free Paper Model Download