Japan National Route 5

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National Route 5 shield

National Route 5
Route information
Length: 297.2 km (184.7 mi)
Major junctions
South end: National Route 278 / National Route 279 in Hakodate, Hokkaidō
North end: National Route 12 in Chūō-ku, Sapporo
Location
Major cities: Oshamanbe
Niseko
Kutchan
Otaru
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan
The origin sign of Route 5 in Hakodate

National Route 5 (国道5号) is a major highway on the island of Hokkaidō in Japan. Its southern terminus is in Hakodate and its northern end in Sapporo. En route, it passes through Otaru.

History[edit]

Overlapping sections[edit]

  • In Oshamanbe, from Kunnui intersection to Asahihama intersection: Route 230
  • From Kutchan (North-4 West-1 intersection) to Kyōwa (Kunitomi intersection): Route 276
  • From Yoichi (Yoichi Station intersection) to Otaru (Inaho 2-18 intersection): Route 229

Municipalities passed through[edit]