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Getting to Hakuba from Tokyo

Public transport or public transport....

If   you   have   made   your   own   way   to Tokyo   from   the   airport,   then   getting   to   Hakuba   should   hold   no   fear.   It comes    down    to    either    an    express    bus    or    public    trains,    the    quickest    method    (bullet    train    &    bus combination)   taking   just   3   hrs,   but   a   direct   express   bus   will   be   the   cheapest.   Depending   on   how   much other   travel   you   will   be   doing   in   Japan   you   may   want   to   consider   getting   a   Japan   Rail   pass   (need   to   get it before you arrive in Japan and you can get a discounted one here ).

1. Bus to Nagano then bullet train.

2.  Direct Express Bus

3. Train only

Bullet Train Tokyo			 Nagano            1.5 hrs         Bus Nagano		   Hakuba            1 hr Timetables •	Costs ¥1,800 each way •	Every hour •	No need to book    Timetables Timetables •	Costs ¥8,200 each way •	No need to book •	Every 45 mins or so    Timetables •	Direct bus (leaves from Shinjuku) •	Costs ¥4,850 each way •	5 departures a day •	You need to book (can do from 7/11, Lawson or Happo Info centre)

Getting to Hakuba from

other places in Japan

From Narita airport From Haneda airport From Nagoya From Osaka From Kyoto

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There   is   only   1   direct   bus   to   Hakuba   a   day,   and   that   leaves   at   07.30   am   from   Shinjuku   station   in Tokyo.   If   you can   get   that   great,   if   not   then   you   will   need   to   change   trains   a   number   of   times,   and   it   will   take   you   much longer   than   either   the   express   bus   or   bullet   train   options.   Make   sure   you   get   a   Japan   Rail   pass    before   you come.
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Specialists in Hakuba Ski Holidays

Getting to Hakuba from Tokyo

Public transport or public transport....

If   you   have   made   your   own   way   to   Tokyo   from   the   airport,   then getting   to   Hakuba   should   hold   no   fear.   It   comes   down   to   either an   express   bus   or   public   trains,   the   quickest   method   (bullet train   &   bus   combination)   taking   just   3   hrs,   but   a   direct   express bus   will   be   the   cheapest.   Depending   on   how   much   other   travel you   will   be   doing   in   Japan   you   may   want   to   consider   getting   a Japan   Rail   pass   (need   to   get   it   before   you   arrive   in   Japan   and you can get a discounted one here ).

1. Bus to Nagano then bullet train.

2.  Direct Express Bus

3. Train only

Bullet Train Tokyo			 Nagano            1.5 hrs         Bus Nagano		   Hakuba            1 hr Timetables •	Costs ¥1,800 each way •	Every hour •	No need to book    Timetables Timetables •	Costs ¥8,200 each way •	No need to book •	Every 45 mins or so    Timetables •	Direct bus (leaves from Shinjuku) •	Costs ¥4,850 each way •	5 departures a day •	You need to book (can do from 7/11, Lawson or Happo Info centre) Accommodation in Kyoto Japan Accommodation in Kyoto Japan Accommodation in Kyoto Japan Accommodation in Kyoto Japan Express bus Tokyo			  Hakuba        5 hrs Timetables Timetables
There   is   only   1   direct   bus   to   Hakuba   a   day,   and   that   leaves   at   07.30 am   from   Shinjuku   station   in   Tokyo.   If   you   can   get   that   great,   if   not then   you   will   need   to   change   trains   a   number   of   times,   and   it   will   take you   much   longer   than   either   the   express   bus   or   bullet   train   options. Make sure you get a Japan Rail pass  before you come.
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