Kan-Etsu Transportation to Operate “Ikaho Shimane Onsen-go Haneda Line” Starting November 1st

Kan-Etsu Transportation

Kan-Etsu Transportation has announced that it will operate the “Ikaho Shimane Onsen-go Haneda Line” every day starting from November 1st.

The bus will depart and arrive at Haneda Airport Garden Bus Terminal, which is directly connected to Haneda Airport’s Terminal 3. It will stop at Tokyo Station and Shibukawa Station en route to bus stops in the Ikaho Onsen and Shimane Onsen areas. The vehicle is equipped with 40 seats and a toilet.

The primary stops and times for the bus headed to the Ikaho Onsen & Shimane Onsen areas are as follows: The bus will leave Haneda Airport Garden Bus Terminal at 10:20 AM and Tokyo Station (Yaesu South Exit) at 11:00 AM, arriving at Shibukawa Station at 1:30 PM, Ikaho Onsen Bus Terminal at 1:51 PM, and Shimane Onsen (in front of Shimane Grand Hotel) at 3:00 PM.

For the return journey to the Haneda Airport Garden Bus Terminal: The bus departs from Shimane Onsen (in front of Shimane Grand Hotel) at 11:00 AM, Ikaho Onsen Bus Terminal at 12:06 PM, and Shibukawa Station at 12:25 PM, arriving at Tokyo Station (Nihonbashi Exit) at 3:00 PM, and Haneda Airport Garden Bus Terminal at 3:35 PM.

Adult fares are as follows: A one-way ticket from Haneda Airport Garden Bus Terminal to Ikaho Onsen costs 4,500 yen, and a round trip is 8,000 yen. To Shimane Onsen, it’s 5,000 yen one-way and 9,000 yen for a round trip. From Tokyo Station to Ikaho Onsen, the fare is 2,800 yen one-way and 5,000 yen for a round trip, while to Shimane Onsen it’s 3,350 yen one-way and 6,000 yen for a round trip. Reservations can be made through the “Hassha Alright Net” website, the smartphone app “Busmori,” and the Shimane Onsen Association.

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