Hashima-shi substitute bus
Hashima-shi substitute bus is the community bus which Hashima-shi, Gifu consigns it to Gifuhashima bus taxi, and runs. It is the substitute bus of a part of Meitetsu Takehana Line abolished (2001) on October 1 in 2001 (Egira Station, Osu Station interval). The nickname "the Japanese yen sky."
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- It is Osu - Hashimashiyakushomae Station route 1
- Route 2 Osu - Hashima hot spring - Hashimashiyakushomae Station (a part of the Japanese-Chinese up):
It is the route which almost followed an abolition part of Meitetsu Takehana Line (Egira Station, Osu Station interval), but Egira does not go by way. A high speed service from Yagami and Osu to Hashimashiyakushomae Station was operated before in morning on weekdays, but is abolished now.
100 yen is uniform. There are not a fixed period and the coupon.
- It is October 1 (2001) for 2,001 years: A part of Meitetsu Takehana Line (Egira Station, Osu Station interval) is abolished.
- It is October 1 (2001) for 2,001 years: Hashima-shi substitute bus, Osu, Hashimashiyakushomae Station interval travel, and they start.
- It is October 1 (2004) for 2,004 years: A nickname is named "the Japanese yen sky". The review of the route is carried out, and the abolition and a part in the daytime of the high speed service become Hashima hot spring way.
- The unification of the route is carried out (2007) from October 1 in 2007 and is changed to the Hashima-shi community bus southern part line (the Japanese yen sky).
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