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Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe and Nara

Shin Osaka station guide. How to change Shinkansen, Haruka, Thunderbird and local train access to Osaka, Umeda and Namba

Shin-Osaka station is the Shinkansen terminal station in Osaka. JR Osaka station is one station away by JR local train and Osaka Metro connects Shin-Osaka and Namba. This post shows you the station structure and how to change the trains at Shin-Osaka station.
Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe and Nara

Osaka and Umeda stations guide. How to change JR trains, subway trains and other private railways

Osaka station is same location as Umeda station. Only JR station is called "Osaka" but other railway and subway stations are called "Umeda". It is complicated for the travelers but these are same location. In this post, I will explain you about Osaka and Umeda stations.
Hokkaido Area

Hakodate station guide. How to change the train, Super Hakucho, Super Hokuto and other local trains.

On March 26, 2016, Hokkaido Shinkansen was opened and Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto station was opened. Hakodate is not trans...
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Shin-Aomori station guide. How to change the train, Shinkansen, Super Hakucho and other local trains.

Hokkaido Shinkansen was opened in March 26, 2016. You can get Hokkaido by Shinkansen directly without changing train...
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Tokyo station guide. How to change the trains, Shinkansen, Narita Express and other local trains.

Tokyo station is one of the biggest terminal station in Japan. The station is huge and the structure is very complicated. I explain you about the structure of this station and how to change the trains .
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