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Gruppe på 15 eller flere på tur til Nagano (Hakuba)?
Kart og anvisninger
Quickest way to get to Hakuba and affordable for those with JR rail passes. There's 3 connections, but they're well synchronized.
1.Catch the Narita Express to Tokyo Train Station
2.Transfer through to the Shinkansen terminals marked with green train symbol and catch theAsama Shinkansen. The Asuma bullet trains generally runs every 30 minutes during the day.
3.At Nagano Station, go to the east exit and find bus stop #6. Catch the Alpico bus to Hakubadestinations.
This bus leaves every 60-90 minutes from 8:20 to 20:30. Friday night the last bus is 21:20 and costs 1400 yen. Please check with the Alpico website for updated times and info. Please remember that the last departing bus to Hakuba from Nagano station is at 20:20 - and 21:20 on Friday you have limited train options to Hakuba after this time and would be better off staying over night in Nagano. There is a Comfort Inn on the West side of the station that is affordable (walk over train tracks to west then turn right and walk up about 400m). There is a International ATM located in the 7/11 Convenience store opposite the Alpico bus stop on the East side of the train station, this is a good place to get additional cash for your stay as International ATM's are limited in Hakuba like most of Japan.
1. Catch the Narita Express to Shinjuku Train StationCheapest options for those with a JR Rail pass returning to Tokyo.
2. Catch the Chuo Limited Express (Super Azusa) departs from Shinjuku Station directly to Hakuba. The Chuo departs generally every 30 minutes during the day.
Best option for one way trips and for those who do not purchase a JR Rail pass.
Easy and affordable (4700 yen one way) to get fromTokyo to Hakuba. Be careful as there is a limited number of departures per day (4 per day 2 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon, see timetable below) The ride is generally 4.5 hours with two rest stops on the way if there is no traffic jams. During holidays and weekend commuting times, be prepared for delayed times.
To find the bus terminal, exit Shinjuku Station on the west side and follow the signs, or exit on the street level and cross the street and turn left, go one block and turn right. The terminal is across from Yodabashi Camera.