Daishinto Launches New Bus Route Connecting Kanto and Kansai Areas

Daishinto Bus

Daishinto has launched a new high-speed bus route “Sun & Moon” connecting Tsudanuma in Chiba Prefecture and the Kansai region, with services starting on December 7.

The route connecting the Greater Tokyo Area and Kansai was first introduced in July of this year. With an occupancy rate exceeding 80 percent, primarily among younger demographics, and public demand for additional stops, the company decided to introduce a new round-trip service each day.

Buses travel between the south exit of Tsudanuma Station at the Narashino Culture Hall and Universal Studios Japan (USJ), with stops at Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit’s Kajibashi Parking Lot, Machida Terminal Plaza Bus Terminal, Kyoto Station Hachijo Exit Tourist Bus Boarding Area, and the OCAT Bus Terminal. The departure from Osaka is from the OCAT Bus Terminal.

The bus has 3-row seating with a capacity of 28 passengers and amenities such as front and side curtains, a restroom, Wi-Fi, power outlets, and complimentary water. Seating is designated with women in the rear and men at the front. Two drivers are on duty for each trip. One-way fares range from 5,800 to 13,000 yen.

■ Schedule
Flight No. 807: From Narashino Culture Hall in front of Tsudanuma Station South Exit (22:10) to Kajibashi Parking Lot at Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit (23:00) to Machida Terminal Plaza Bus Terminal (00:10+1) to Kyoto Station Hachijo Exit Tourist Bus Boarding Area (06:10+1) to OCAT Bus Terminal (07:20+1) to Universal Studios Japan (07:50+1)
Flight No. 808: From OCAT Bus Terminal (21:50) to Kyoto Station Hachijo Exit Tourist Bus Boarding Area (23:00) to Machida Terminal Plaza Bus Terminal (05:30+1) to Kajibashi Parking Lot at Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit (06:50+1) to Narashino Culture Hall in front of Tsudanuma Station South Exit (07:15+1)

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