Re: [76attendees] storing luggage at Hiroshima station

Hideaki Sone <sone@isc.tohoku.ac.jp> Fri, 13 November 2009 00:08 UTC

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Derek Atkins wrote:

>> Are there lockers or a left-baggage desk at the local train station?
> 
> I'm 99% sure there is one.  There seems to be luggage storage at every
> Shinkansen stop that I've visited, so I don't see why Hiroshima would be
> any different.

If visiting Tokyo, please note that lockers in Tokyo area are not
operating this week.

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Hideaki Sone, Tohoku University