Futtsu Tateyama Road

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Futtsu Tateyama Road
Japanese National Route Sign 0127.svg

Futtsu–Tateyama Road
Route information
Length: 19.2 km (11.9 mi)
Existed: 1999[1] – present
Major junctions
From: Futtsu-Takeoka Interchange in Futtsu, Chiba
Japan road sign 325.svg Tateyama Expressway
Chiba Prefectural Route 91
To: Tomiura Interchange in Minamibōsō, Chiba
Japanese National Route Sign 0127.svg National Route 127
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan

The Futtsu Tateyama Road (富津館山道路 Futtsutateyama Dōro?) is a 2-laned toll road in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It is owned and operated by East Nippon Expressway Company.


The route is officially designated as a bypass for National Route 127, however it is functionally an extension of the Tateyama Expressway. As such it is classified as a national highway for motor vehicles only with national expressway concurrency (高速自動車国道に並行する一般国道自動車専用道路 Kōsoku Jidōsha Kokudō ni Heikōsuru Ippan Kokudō Jidōsha Senyō Dōro?)[2] with the same design standard as other national expressways.

The road extends southward from the terminus of the Tateyama Expressway. It terminates at an intersection with a local road just to the north of Tateyama, a city on the Bōsō Peninsula.

The first section was opened to traffic in 1999 and the entire route was completed in 2004.[1]

List of interchanges and features[edit]

No. Name Connections Dist. from
Dist. from
Bus Stop Notes Location
(all in Chiba)
Through to Japan road sign 325.svg Tateyama Expressway
20 Futtsu-Takeoka IC Pref. Route 91 (Takeoka Inter Route) 0.0 19.2 Futtsu
21 Futtsu-Kanaya IC Pref. Route 237 (Hama Kanaya Teishajō Route) 4.1 15.1
TN Nokogiriyama Tunnel Length - 1,551 m
22 Kyonan-Hota IC Pref. Route 34 (Kamogawa Hota Route) 7.8 11.4
23 Kyonan-Tomiyama IC Pref. Route 184 (Sotono Katsuyama Route) 11.0 8.2
PA Furari PA Highway Oasis Minamibōsō
TN Tomiyama Tunnel Length - 1,450 m
24 Tomiura IC Japanese National Route Sign 0127.svg National Route 127 (Uchibō Nagisa Line) 19.2 0.0


  1. ^ a b "Expressway Technology Center News No.70" (pdf). Retrieved 2008-05-15. 
  2. ^ Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. "High Standard Trunk Road Map" (pdf). Retrieved 2008-04-13. 

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