Most Transport Services Return To Normal Operation

Most transport services return to normal operation

Public transportation services are mostly back to normal following Tuesday's quake, but services are suspended on some local railway lines.

East Japan Railway Company says the Tohoku, Yamagata, Akita, Joetsu and Hokuriku Shinkansen bullet train lines are operating normally on Wednesday.

Transport Services Mostly Back To Normal

Transport services mostly back to normal

Public transportation services are mostly back to normal following Tuesday's quake, but services are suspended on some local railway lines.

East Japan Railway Company says the Tohoku, Yamagata, Akita, Joetsu and Hokuriku Shinkansen bullet train lines are operating normally on Wednesday.

Kobukuro's Songs Are Now Available On Music Subscription Services

Kobukuro's songs are now available on music subscription services

Kobukuro's songs are now available on music subscription services such as Apple Music, Spotify, and LINE MUSIC.

The songs that are available include all of their singles from their major debut single "YELL / Bell" as well as songs from nine of their original albums. Others include their collaboration song with Ayaka, "WINDING ROAD," and songs from their cover album "ALL COVERS BEST." 

Shinkansen Services Suspended

Shinkansen services suspended

Due to violent winds from Typhoon Kong-rey, shinkansen bullet train services between Hiroshima and Hakata stations in southwestern Japan have been suspended.

Shinkansen Bullet Train Services Disrupted

Shinkansen bullet train services disrupted

Central Japan Railway Company says that all trains in the Tokaido Shinkansen bullet train service that connects Tokyo and Shin-Osaka will be suspended due to the approaching Typhoon Trami.

Trains arriving at Tokyo and Mishima before 5 PM will be the last services.

Transport Services Disrupted

Transport services disrupted

Some Shinkansen bullet trains between Tokyo and western Japan have been canceled, and further suspensions are expected.

Some local train services have also been disrupted in western Japan. Railway operators ask passengers to check their websites for the latest information.

Train Services Disrupted

Train services disrupted

Some Shinkansen bullet trains between Tokyo and western Japan have been canceled, and further suspensions are expected.

Some local train services have also been disrupted in western Japan. Railway operators ask passengers to check their websites for the latest information.

Some Train Services Suspended

Some train services suspended

Some Shinkansen bullet trains between Tokyo and western Japan have been canceled, and further suspensions are expected.

West Japan Railway says it is cancelling local trains in Kyoto, Osaka, and Kobe. Some private railway operators in the region will cancel some trains starting around noon on Sunday.

Kansai Internationl Airport Resumes All Services

Kansai Internationl Airport resumes all services

Kansai International Airport in Osaka Prefecture fully reopened on Friday. Severe damage caused by a powerful typhoon earlier this month had forced the closure of most of its operations.

All services resumed in the morning at the North Wing of Terminal 1, which is used by many airlines. Part of the terminal and Terminal 2 as well as 2 runways had previously reopened.

Railway Services To Kansai Airport Resume

Railway services to Kansai Airport resume

Railway services to Kansai International Airport have resumed, two weeks after the bridge linking it with the mainland was damaged by an oil tanker.

Powerful winds and waves caused by a typhoon drove the tanker into the bridge on September 4th, badly damaging the railway tracks and one side of the lanes for car traffic.

Sapporo Cuts Subway Services To Save Power

Sapporo cuts subway services to save power

The city of Sapporo in quake-hit Hokkaido Prefecture is reducing subway and streetcar services to save electricity.

Sapporo began the cuts on Monday as residents and businesses in the prefecture are being asked to meet a power-saving target of 20 percent. Hokkaido's largest thermal power plant is being repaired after it was damaged by Thursday's powerful earthquake.