We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the people and areas affected by Typhoon Hagibis (Typhoon 19).
While public transportation within Gifu remains relatively unaffected by Typhoon Hagibis, infrastructural damages in other parts of the country have in turn impacted certain routes from Tokyo to Takayama, Shirakawa-go, and other parts of the Hida Region. Please continue reading for the latest news:

〇〇〇 Trains 〇〇〇
JR East plans to restore Hokuriku Shinkansen services to Toyama and Kanazawa Station on October 25 (though the number of services will slightly lower than usual).
【For more info】 https://www.jreast.co.jp/e/

≪Please use the Tokaido Shinkansen Route (Via Nagoya Station) until Hokuriku Shinkansen services to Toyama resume≫
① Take a Tokaido Shinkansen from Tokyo (or Shinagawa) to Nagoya Station
② From Nagoya Station take a JR Ltd. Exp. Wide-View Hida to Gero or Takayama Station

〇〇〇 Highway Buses 〇〇〇
All bus services from Takayama to Tokyo have been restored
【For more info】https://www.nouhibus.co.jp/bus_service_information/

〇〇〇 Related websites/information hotlines 〇〇〇
☆Railway Companies☆
• JR Central Tokaido Shinkansen:
• https://traininfo.jr-central.co.jp/shinkansen/pc/en/index.html
• JR Central Conventional/Express Trains (Takayama Line, Tokaido Line, ect.): https://traininfo.jr-central.co.jp/zairaisen/index.html?lang=en
• Meitetsu Railway: https://www.meitetsu.co.jp/eng/
• Nagaragawa Railway: http://www.nagatetsu.co.jp/
• Yoro Railway: https://www.yororailway.co.jp/
• Tarumi Railway: https://tarumi-railway.com/en/
• Akechi Railway: https://www.aketetsu.co.jp/

☆News and Weather Conditions☆
• NHK World-Japan:
• JNTO (Japan National Tourism Organization):

☆JNTO Japan Visitor Hotline (EN, CN,KN, and JP) ☆
• From Japan 050-3816-2787
• From Overseas +81-50-3816-2787