Re: [76attendees] To JRPass or not

Linda Dunbar <ldunbar@huawei.com> Thu, 22 October 2009 15:58 UTC

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Thank you very much for the link. Looks like that Nozomi has the most
frequent run, every 20 minutes, vs. Hikari line is once an hour. 

Linda 

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Subject: Re: [76attendees] To JRPass or not


See: hiroshima-info.info, item #5.

There are three kinds of express trains: Kodama, Hikari and Nozomi, 
the latter being the fastest.

Use hyperdia to determine your route:

http://www.hyperdia.com/cgi-english/hyperWeb.cgi

Enter "Tokyo" and "Hiroshima" in the two boxes and it will tell you 
everything you need including changes if necessary.

Yes, they are all "bullet trains".

Ole


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On Thu, 22 Oct 2009, Linda Dunbar wrote:

> I will fly out of Tokyo too and thinking of taking train to Hiroshima. 
> 
> Do Nozomi and Hikari indicate the types of train? Are they all bullet
train?
> Do both of them get to Hiroshima? 
> 
> Linda Dunbar
> 
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