Does Japan still have bullet trains?

Where do bullet trains go in Japan? The Shinkansen network is very extensive, and covers the following lines: Tokyo – Osaka, Osaka – Hakata, Tokyo – Aomori, Hakata – Kagoshima, Tokyo – Niigata, Takasaki – Kanazawa, Aomori – Hokuto. Mini-shinkansen also covers Morioka – Akita and Fukushima – Shinjo lines.

How many bullet train lines does Japan have?

nine shinkansen linesUsing Japan's Shinkansen Train Lines. There are nine shinkansen lines in Japan, that together cover the islands of Hokkaido, Honshu and Kyushu. This means you can travel north from Tokyo all the way up to Hakodate on Hokkaido, or west past Osaka and Hiroshima to Kagoshima.

Can you see Mt Fuji from the bullet train?

Mount Fuji can be seen from the Tokaido Shinkansen between Tokyo and Osaka. When coming from Tokyo, the mountain appears on the right side of the train and is best viewed around Shin-Fuji Station, about 40-45 minutes into the journey.

Does Japan have a bullet train?

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