Friday, January 03, 2014

Yagi-Shingu Line #168

This September I had the opportunity to ride Japan's longest bus line. 
The Yagi-Shingu Line #168 is a great adventure for anyone living or traveling around Japan. Check out the guide I made for it below.

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Yagi-Shingu Line #168, a set on Flickr.

2 comments:

angryparsnip said...

WOW !
I love this trip. Thank You for taking us along.
How long did it take you ?

All the photos are wonderful but #12 is fabulous.

cheers, parsnip

David Kawabata said...

The bus left YamatoYagi at 9:15 and it arrived at Totsugawa Onsen at 13:39.
The next bus left Totsugawa Onsen at 16:14 arriving at Shingu station at 18:21.

So about 4:25 for the first leg.
A break of about 2:30.
Then the final stretch being about 2:05

6 hours 30 minutes on the bus.
Yay!