Japan Central Bus to Start Early Morning Services from Maebashi, Takasaki, Fujioaka to Tokyo Station, Making It in Time for the First Shinkansen

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Japan Central Bus will start operating early morning services from Maebashi, Takasaki, and Fujioaka to Tokyo Station from June 1.

The service departs from Maebashi Bus Center at 2:45 a.m., stops at the south exit of Maebashi Station, Takasaki Bus Center, the east exit of Takasaki Station, and Fujioaka Interchange, arriving at Bus Terminal Tokyo Yaesu at 5:30 a.m.

This service is timed to connect with the first Shinkansen trains that cannot be caught from Takasaki, including the Nozomi 1 (bound for Hakata), Yamabiko 51 (bound for Morioka), and Kagayaki 501 (bound for Tsuruga).

The one-way fare is 2,700 yen for adults, with a 500 yen discount in June to celebrate the start of the service. Early booking fares available exclusively online start from 2,200 yen.

Maebashi Bus Center (02:45) ~ Maebashi Station South Exit (03:00) ~ Takasaki Bus Center (03:20) ~ Takasaki Station East Exit (03:25) ~ Fujioaka Inter (03:50) ~ Bus Terminal Tokyo Yaesu (05:30)

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