Hokkaido Shinkansen

Introduction

On March 26th, 2016, history was made as Japan connected all of its 4 major islands by bullet train (shinkansen). Service from Tokyo to Hakodate runs 10 round trips per day. The Hokkaido Shinkansen has launched the last leg of the connecting service from Shin-Aomori, the former terminus, bringing the total number of high speed rail lines to nine. The ultimate plan to connect the train all the way to Sapporo will come into effect later, with the initial service to the Hakodate area, serving Hokkaido's third largest city from Shin-Hakodate Hokuto, with connecting service to central Hakodate via the new Hakodate Liner.

Neighborhoods

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  • https://www.odigo.jp/hokkaido/hakodate
  • https://www.odigo.jp/aomori
  • https://www.odigo.jp/tokyo

Spot

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  • https://www.odigo.jp/spots/4309-mt-hakodate-hakodate-shi
  • https://www.odigo.jp/spots/4310-hakodate-morning-market-hakodate-shi
  • https://www.odigo.jp/spots/4316-goryokaku-park-hakodate-shi

Trips

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  • https://www.odigo.jp/itineraries/24179
  • https://www.odigo.jp/itineraries/26917

Articles

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  • https://www.odigo.jp/articles/143-the-bullet-train-to-hokkaido
  • https://www.odigo.jp/articles/98-nightlife-in-hakodate-old-world-cocktails-and-classy-whisky
  • https://www.odigo.jp/articles/100-travel-around-japan-ride-the-rails-like-an-expert

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