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Japan National Route 14

Origin: Nihonbashi, Chūō, Tokyo. Major cities: Tokyo, Ichikawa, Chiba, Funabashi, Chiba, Narashino, Chiba and Chiba, Chiba. Length: 44.1 km 27.4 mi. Terminus: Chiba, Chiba ends at Junction with Routes 51 and 126.

                                               

Japan National Route 15

Length: 29.2 km 18.1 mi. Terminus: Yokohama ends at Junction with Route 1. Major cities: Kawasaki. (Крупные города: Кавасаки) Origin: Nihonbashi, Chūō, Tokyo.

                                               

Japan National Route 16

National Route 16 is a national highway in Japan. A beltway around Tokyo, it links the major prefectural capital cities of Yokohama, Saitama, and Chiba as well as Hachiōji. It also serves Yokosuka and Sagamihara, Kasukabe, and Kisarazu. The total ...

                                               

Japan National Route 18

Length: 193.9 km 120.5 mi. Origin: Takasaki City originates at junction with Route 17. Major cities: Komoro, Ueda, Chikuma, Nagano. Terminus: Joetsu City ends at Junction with Route 8.

                                               

Japan National Route 19

Terminus: Nagano City ends at Junction with Route 18. Major cities: Kasugai, Tajimi, Nakatsugawa, Shiojiri, Matsumoto, Azumino. Length: 258.9 km 165.5 mi. Origin: Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Nagoya originates at junction with Route 1.

                                               

Japan National Route 21

Origin: Mizunami originates at junction with Route 19. Major cities: Minokamo, Kakamigahara, Gifu, Ōgaki. Terminus: Maibara ends at Junction with Route 8. Length: 101.4 km 63.0 mi.

                                               

Japan National Route 22

National Route 22 is a national highway connecting Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and Gifu, Gifu Prefecture in Japan. The route follows the old Minoji, a 17th-century trade route that connected the Nakasendō and the Tōkaidō.

                                               

Japan National Route 23

Terminus: Ise ends at Ise Shrine. Major cities: Nishio, Nagoya, Yokkaichi and Tsu. Origin: Toyohashi originates at junction with Route 1. Length: 175.3 km 108.9 mi.

                                               

Japan National Route 25

Terminus: Osaka ends at Junction with Routes 1 and 2. Length: 144.5 km 89.8 mi. Major cities: Kameyama, Iga, Tenri. Origin: Yokkaichi originates at junction with Route 23.

                                               

Japan National Route 28

National Route 28 is a national highway connecting Kobe and Tokushima in Japan. It is the only national highway that traverses through Awaji Island as the route uses ferries to connect the two cities of Naruto, Tokushima and Akashi, Hyōgo.

                                               

Japan National Route 33

National Route 33, also known as the Tosa Kaidō, is a Japanese highway on the island of Shikoku. It originates at the intersection of Route 32 and other arteries in the city of Kōchi and terminates in the city of Matsuyama, where it meets Route 1 ...

                                               

Japan National Route 34

National Route 34 is a highway in Japan on the island of Kyūshū which runs from Saga City in Saga Prefecture to Nagasaki in Nagasaki Prefecture. It follows the old Nagasaki Kaidō, a road from the Edo period. About 10% of the route is 4 lanes or m ...

                                               

Japan National Route 35

Major cities: Arita. (Крупные города: Арита) Terminus: Sasebo, Nagasaki ends at the terminal of Route 204. Length: 35.2 km 21.9 mi. Origin: Takeo, Saga originates at junction with Route 34.

                                               

Japan National Route 36

Length: 133.0 km 82.7 mi. Terminus: Muroran, Hokkaido. (Терминус: Муроран, Хоккайдо) Origin: Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Sapporo originates at the origins of Routes 12 and 230. Major cities: Chitose, Tomakomai, Noboribetsu.

                                               

Japan National Route 37

Length: 81.1 km 50.4 mi. Terminus: Muroran, Hokkaido ends at junction with Route 36. Origin: Oshamanbe, Hokkaido originates at junction with Route 5. Major cities: Date. (Крупных городах: дата)

                                               

Japan National Route 38

Terminus: Kushiro, Hokkaido ends at the origin of Route 44. Major cities: Ashibetsu, Furano, Obihiro. Length: 298.4 km 185.5 mi. Origin: Takikawa, Hokkaido originates at junction with Routes 12 and 451.

                                               

Japan National Route 39

Terminus: Abashiri, Hokkaido ends at the origin of Route 244. Length: 215.2 km 133.7 mi. Major cities: Kamikawa, Kitami. Origin: Asahikawa, Hokkaido originates at the terminus of 12 and the origin of 40.

                                               

Japan National Route 40

Length: 243.0 km 151.0 mi. Origin: Asahikawa, Hokkaidō originates at the terminus of 12 and the origin of 39. Terminus: Wakkanai, Hokkaidō ends at Wakkanai Station.

                                               

Japan National Route 41

National Route 41 is a national highway connecting Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and Toyama, Toyama Prefecture, Japan. The bulk of the road run throughs Gifu Prefecture. The route is also referred to as Yon-ichi and Shippin, based on the Japanese rea ...

                                               

Japan National Route 42

National Route 42, also called Kumano Kaido or Tropical Route is a national highway connecting Hamamatsu, Shizuoka and Wakayama, Wakayama in Japan. Part of the route requires crossing Ise Bay on the Ise-wan Ferry. It is the 8th longest national h ...

                                               

Japan National Route 44

National Route 44 is the easternmost of the national highways of Japan. It connects the cities of Kushiro and Nemuro in eastern part of the island and prefecture of Hokkaido in northern Japan.

                                               

Japan National Route 49

National Route 49 is a national highway of Japan connecting Iwaki, Fukushima and Chūō-ku, Niigata in Japan, with a total length of 246.4 km.

                                               

Japan National Route 105

National Route 105 is a national highway of Japan connecting Yurihonjō, Akita and Kitaakita, Akita in Japan, with a total length of 179.2 kilometres.

                                               

Japan National Route 113

National Route 113 is a highway in Japan on the island of Honshū which runs from Niigata City in Niigata Prefecture to Sōma in Fukushima Prefecture.

                                               

Japan National Route 117

Major cities: Iiyama, Tokamachi. Length: 119.6 km 74.3 mi. Origin: Nagano City originates at junction with Route 18. Terminus: Ojiya City ends at Junction with Route 17.

                                               

Japan National Route 127

Japanese Bōsōzoku rock group Kishidan referenced this route in their debut album, an independently released mini-album titled Bousou Yotarou Rock n Roll where the final song was called Kokudou 127 Gousen no Shiroki Inazuma 國道127號線の白き稻妻. ...

                                               

Japan National Route 130

National Route 130 is a national highway connecting Port of Tokyo and Route 15 in Tokyo, Japan. Its the second shortest national highway in Japan.

                                               

Japan National Route 174

National Route 174 is a national highway connecting Port of Kobe and Route 2 in Kobe, Japan. Its the shortest national highway in Japan.

                                               

Japan National Route 197

National Route 197 is a Japanese national highway running on the islands of Kyūshū and Shikoku. It originates at the junction with Routes 10 and 210 in Ōita, Ōita and terminates at the junction with Route 56 in Susaki, Kōchi. The route is 223.1 k ...

                                               

Japan National Route 207

National Route 207 is a highway in Japan on the island of Kyūshū which runs from Saga City in Saga Prefecture to Togitsu in Nagasaki Prefecture. From Kōhoku it runs along the Ariake Sea towards Isahaya. Hence, that portion of the road runs mostly ...

                                               

Japan National Route 235

Major cities: Muroran, Hokkaidō, Noboribetsu, Hokkaidō, Tomakomai, Hokkaidō. Terminus: Urakawa, Hokkaidō (Terminates at junction with Route 236 and Route 336. Length: 195.6 kilometres 121.5 mi. Origin: Muroran, Hokkaidō. (Происхождение: Муроран, ...

                                               

Japan National Route 236

Origin: Obihiro, Hokkaidō. (Происхождение: Обихиро, Хоккайдо) Major cities: Obihiro, Hokkaidō. Terminus: Urakawa, Hokkaidō (Terminates at junction with Route 235 and Route 336. Length: 139.1 kilometres 86.4 mi.

                                               

Japan National Route 246

Route 246 is a major highway on the island of Honshū in Japan. It originates in Chiyoda, Tokyo and terminates in Numazu, Shizuoka. In and near Tokyo, it parallels the routes of the Dai-ichi Keihin, Dai-ni Keihin, and Tomei Expressways, the Tōkyū ...

                                               

Japan National Route 289

National Route 289 is an incomplete national highway in Japan that will eventually connect central Niigata with Iwaki, Fukushima with a total length of 275.4 km. Currently, work is underway on the completion of 18 km of the Central section 11 mi, ...

                                               

Japan National Route 308

National Route 308 is a national highway of Japan connecting Chūō-ku, Osaka and Nara, Nara in Japan, with a total length of 32.9 km.

                                               

Japan National Route 336

Length: 234.8 kilometres 145.9 mi. Origin: Urakawa, Hokkaidō (originates at junction with Route 235 and Route 236. Terminus: Kushiro, Hokkaidō. (Терминус: Кусиро, Хоккайдо) Major cities: Kushiro, Hokkaidō.

                                               

Japan National Route 345

National Route 345 is a national highway of Japan connecting Chūō-ku, Niigata and Yuza, Yamagata in Japan, with a total length of 212.0 kilometres.

                                               

Kinki Expressway

Kinki Expressway is a national expressway in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is owned and operated by West Nippon Expressway Company. In conjunction with the Chūgoku Expressway and the Osaka Chūō Kanjōsen of Osaka Prefectural Road 2, it will form a f ...

                                               

Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway

The Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway is a national expressway in Japan. It is owned and operated by West Nippon Expressway Company. It is signed as E27 under the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourisms "2016 Proposal for Realization of ...

                                               

Matsue Expressway

The Matsue Expressway is a national expressway in the Chūgoku region of Japan. It is owned and operated by West Nippon Expressway Company.

                                               

Minamichita Road

The Minamichita Road is a 4-laned expressway, toll road in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is managed by Aichi Prefectural Road Public Corporation.

                                               

Nagoya Expressway

The Nagoya Expressway is a network of urban expressways in Japan serving the greater Nagoya area. It is owned and managed by Nagoya Expressway Public Corporation.

                                               

Nikkō Utsunomiya Road

The Nikkō Utsunomiya Road is a toll road in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. It is signed E81 under the "2016 Proposal for Realization of Expressway Numbering."

                                               

Nishi-Meihan Expressway

Nishi-Meihan Expressway is a national expressway in the Kinki region of Japan. It is owned and operated by West Nippon Expressway Company.

                                               

Odawara-Atsugi Road

The Odawara-Atsugi Road is a 4-laned toll road in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is owned and managed by Central Nippon Expressway Company.

                                               

Okayama Expressway

The Okayama Expressway is a national expressway in Okayama Prefecture, Japan. It is owned and operated by West Nippon Expressway Company.

                                               

Onomichi Expressway

The Onomichi Expressway is a national expressway in the Chūgoku region of Japan. It is owned and operated by West Nippon Expressway Company.

                                               

Prefectural road

Prefectural roads in Japan are roads usually planned, numbered and maintained by the government of the respective prefecture, independent of other prefectures – as opposed to national roads, which in legal terms include national expressways, and ...

                                               

Ring Route (Nagoya Expressway)

The Nagoya Expressway Ring Route is an urban expressway in Nagoya, Japan. It is a part of the Nagoya Expressway network and is owned and operated by Nagoya Expressway Public Corporation.

                                               

Route 1 (Nagoya Expressway)

Nagoya Expressway Route 1 Kusunoki Route is an urban expressway in Nagoya, Japan. It is a part of the Nagoya Expressway network and is owned and operated by Nagoya Expressway Public Corporation.

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