There is a slight pause after "Welcome" - for emphasis! And "Shinkansen" is actually three seperate words: 新幹線 Shin-kan-sen or New Trunk Line. This is what people in the West refer to as the "Bullet Train" (when, in fact, "Shinkansen" refers to the rail network, not the trains that run on it).
These things move away so fast, I was just snapping continuously in the hope of getting a decent shot of the back of the train as it came into view. The train was rapidly accelerating as it pulled out of Hakata Station, on it's way to Kagoshima in the South of Kyushu Island, Japan.
(I could, of course, have just used the "burst mode" on my cellphone - but this would have churned out an awful lot of photos to then have to go through and either edit or delete...)