Japan National Route 10

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National Route 10 shield

National Route 10
国道10号 (Kokudō Jū-gō)
Route information
Length: 454.8 km (282.6 mi)
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan
A milestone between Route 10 and Route 3.
Route 10, Oita, Oita
Route 10, Fukuoka, Kanda

National Route 10 is a Japanese highway on the island of Kyūshū. It originates at the intersection with Route 2 in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka and passes through the prefectural capitals of Ōita and Miyazaki, terminating at the intersection with Route 3 in Kagoshima. Route 10 follows the eastern coast along the Inland Sea and the Sea of Hyūga. For much of its length, it parallels the JR Kyushu Nippo Main Line. Route 10 measures 454.8 km in length.[1]

Route Data[edit]


Overlapping sections[edit]

  • From Moji-ku, Kitakyushu (Oimatsu-Park intersection) to Kokurakita-ku, Kitakyūshū (Mihagino intersection): Route 3
  • From Kokurakita-ku, Kitakyūshū (Mihagino intersection) to Kokuraminami-ku, Kitakyūshū (Jōno intersection): Route 322
  • From Nakatsu to Usa (Iwasaki intersection) and from Hiji (Hori intersection) to Beppu: Route 213
  • From Oita (Omichi Cross Bridge North intersection) to Bungo-ono Inukai-machi Kubaru (Kubaru intersection): Route 57
  • From Oita (Funai Bridge North intersection) to Oita (Miyazaki intersection): Route 210
  • From Usuki (Notsu-machi Hinata Crossroad intersection) to Usuki (Notsu-machi Meiji Bridge intersection): Route 502
  • From Nobeoka Kitagawa-machi Kawachimyō (Sodachi intersection) to Nobeoka Showa-machi: Route 326
  • From Nobeoka Okado-machi to Kadogawa Nakasu: Route 388
  • From Miyazaki (Niinazume intersection) to Miyazaki (Tachibana-dori 4 Chome intersection): Route 219
  • From Miyakonojō (Miyakonojō Station Entrance intersection) to Miyakonojō (Oiwada intersection): Route 269
  • From Kirishima Fukuyama-cho Fukuyama (Makinohara intersection) to Kirishima Hayato Shinkō (junction with Route 223): Route 504

Municipalities passed through[edit]


  1. ^ 一般国道10号 (in Japanese). Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Kyushu Regional Development Bureau. Retrieved 2010-12-04.