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Hokkaido Shinkansen Area


This route connects between Sapporo and Hakodate.
Sapporo is the center of Hokkaido.
Sapporo station is the hub station to provide several railway routs to cover Hokkaido area.
Asahikawa, Obihiro and Kushiro are the famous tourist destinations.
In Hakodate, there are many tourist attractions including hot spring resort at Yunokawa Onsen and the Hakodate Tropical Botanical Garden where you can see relaxing monkeys in the hot spring bath, as well as the good seafood restaurants.

▼Popular spots & gourmet in Hokkaido Shinkansen area

  • Mt. Hakodate Observatory

  • Hakodate Morning Market

  • Asahiyama Zoo

  • Otaru Canal

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Tohoku Shinkansen Area


This route connects between Tokyo and Shin-Aomori.
Tohoku Shinkansen covers the northeast Japan.
Sendai is one of the major sightseeing place to explore historic sights and scenic beauties such as Zuihoden, Risshaku-ji Temple and many more.

▼Popular spots & gourmet in Tohoku Shinkansen, Akita Shinkansen, Yamagata Shinkansen area

  • Matsushima

  • Hiraizumi

  • Yama-dera Temple (Risshaku-ji Temple)

  • Gyutan (Beef Tongue)

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Joetsu Shinkansen Area


This route connects between Tokyo and Niigata. Joetsu Shinkansen travels from the Tokyo metropolitan area through the Sea of Japan area. Niigata is famous for its production of rice and sake. You can enjoy Koshihikari (Niigata brand rice) and locally brewed sake. Niigata has drew attention throughout Japan for its traditional firework show, unique local ramen noodles and more in recent years.

▼Popular spots & gourmet in Joetsu Shinkansen area

  • Ponshukan (Sake Museum)

  • Befco Bakauke Observatory Room

  • Sado

  • Red Snow Crab

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Hokuriku Shinkansen Area


This route connects Tokyo to Kanazawa as well as to Takayama.
Station names of Kagaonsen and Kurobe-Unazukionsen on this route come from their own local names to show their pride as the representative hot spring resort in Japan.

▼Popular spots & gourmet in Hokuriku Shinkansen area

  • JR Kanazawa Station

  • Omicho Market

  • Kenrokuen

  • Kurobe Dam

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Sanyo Shinkansen Area


This route connects major cities of Japan and sightseeing places between Shin-Osaka and Hakata.
Well known sightseeing places are Osaka, Kobe, Hiroshima and Hakata.

▼Popular spots & gourmet in Sanyo Shinkansen area

  • Okunoshima (Rabbit Island)

  • Himeji Castle

  • Takoyaki (savory Japanese pancakes)

  • Miyajima Island

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Shikoku Area from Sanyo Shinkansen


The route to Shikoku area from Sanyo Shinkansen is from Okayama station.
One of the famous local food in Shikoku region is Udon noodle.
Takamatsu is the birthplace of Sanuki Udon.
Pilgrimage of 88 temples is the most well-known activity here.

▼Popular spots & gourmet in Shikoku area

  • Sanuki Udon Noodles

  • Pilgrimage

  • Dogo Onsen Hot Spring Resort

  • Shodoshima "Angel Road"

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Kyushu Shinkansen Area


This route connects between Hakata and Kagoshima-Chuo.
Kagoshima is the southern end of Kyushu region.
Unique local food culture and hot spring resorts are the main tourist attractions in Kyushu.
Hakata or Fukuoka are the transport hub to travel around Kyushu.

▼Popular spots & gourmet in Kyushu Shinkansen area

  • Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine

  • Hakata Ramen

  • Sakurajima

  • Steam Sand Bath (Ibusuki Onsen Hot Spring)

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