Hokuriku Line Map Hokuriku Shinkansen Line Map Shinkansen Hokuriku Line Map train services How can you take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to travel to Nagano, Kanazawa, Toyama or elsewhere? Pay attention to the train lines that connect Tokyo, Nagano and Kanazawa. Kagayaki Tokyo–Omiya–Nagano–Kanazawa The Kagayaki – The fastest train on the Hokuriku Shinkansen line.
This train stops only twice between Tokyo and Kanazawa (Omiya and Nagano). The trip from Tokyo to Kanazawa has an estimated duration of less than two and a half hours. This train travels at 260 km/h (160 mph).
The Kagayaki has only reserved seats both in Green Class
the luxurious carriages of the Grand Class. Kagayaki Phone Number List Seat reservation Hakutaka Tokyo – Ueno – Omiya – Takasaki – Nagano – Joetsu-Myoko – Itoigawa – Kurobe-Unazukionsen – Toyama – Shin-Takaoka – Kanazawa The Hakutaka train makes more stops between Tokyo and Kanazawa than the Kagayaki (with a duration not exceeding 3 hours). The speed of the Hakutaka is 260 km/h (160 mph).
Hakutaka Seat reservation Asama Tokyo – Ueno – Omiya – Takasaki – Karuizawa – Sakudaira – Ueda – Nagano Asama takes its name from Mount Asama, an active volcano near Karuizawa.
There are two types of railways that operate Asama train services: 8-car trains and 12-car trains. Both are non-smoking trains that have reserved seats and free seats, Green Cars and space for wheelchairs. Asama Seat reservation Tsurugi Toyama–Shin-Takaoka–Kanazawa The Tsurugi train serves as the main connection between Toyama and Kanazawa. This service was first introduced in 1961 and included a sleeping car.
After many renovations to its line the Tsurugi currently runs 12-car trains
Of which are currently not in use. Only 1 of those 12 is Green ZNB Directory Car (first class). Tsurugi Seat reservation Reserve your Japan Rail Pass now From Tokyo to Nagano Zenkoji shrine in Nagano Named after a large active volcano, the Shinkansen train known as Asama runs from Tokyo Station to Nagano Station.
At the Tokyo Terminal, there are the Shinkansen exit tracks from tracks 20 to 23. You can also take the Kagayaki or Hakutaka trains from Tokyo to Nagano as explained above.
From Tokyo to Kanazawa Kenrokuen Garden at Kanazawa Kenrokuen Garden in Kanazawa. Photo by (Wikimedia) From Tokyo Station or Nagano Station. You Can Take the Kagayaki or Hakutaka Express Train to Kanazawa Station.
The Journey From Tokyo to Kanazawa is Estimated. To Take Just Two and a Half Hours on the Express Train. Or Approximately Three to Three and a Half Hours.