Depending on the customer’s usage situation, we may suspend operations of regular trains and temporary trains.

Tokaido-Sanyo-Kyushu Shinkansen

From June 13, all of regular trains service are to be on schedule.
(Tokyo - Nagoya - Kyoto - Shin-Osaka - Okayama - Hiroshima - Hakata - Kumamoto - Kagoshima-Chuo)
Operation plan(Timetables)【until June 12】
Operation plan(Timetables)【from June 13】

Hokuriku Shinkansen

From June 13, all of regular trains service are to be on schedule.
(Tokyo - Nagano - Toyama - Kanazawa)
Some train operation are to be suspended 【until June 30】

Conventional lines

HARUKA( Kansai-airport - Shin-Osaka - Kyoto)

Operation plan(Timetables)【from April 24】
※All trains operate in 6-car formation from April 1.

KUROSHIO(Kyoto - Shin-Osaka - Wakayama - Shirahama - Shingu)

Operation plan(Timetables)【until June 12】

KOUNOTORI(Shin-Osaka - Kinosakionsen)

Operation plan(Timetables)【until June 12】

KINOSAKI/HASHIDATE/MAIZURU(Kyoto - Kinosakionsen/Amanohashidate/Higashi-Maizuru)

Operation plan(Timetables)【until June 12】

YAKUMO(Okayama - Yonago - Matsue - Izumoshi)

Operation plan(Timetables)【until June 12】

SHIOKAZE(Okayama - Matsuyama)

Operation plan(Timetables)【until June 12】

Marineliner(Okayama - Takamatsu)

Operation plan(Timetables)【until June 12】

Sightseeing train operation are to be suspended
※We have currently suspended the on-board sales services on the Sanyo Shinkansen / Hokuriku Shinkansen.
※Depending on the recovery situation, we will make an appropriate decision on returning to the usual timetable.

【Handling of tickets for suspended trains】
Passengers with train tickets that will be suspended can change to another train or refund the tickets without charge