Japan National Route 34

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National Route 34
国道34号 (Kokudō Sanjūyon-gō?)
Route information
Length: 136.5 km (84.8 mi)
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan

National Route 34 is a highway in Japan on the island of Kyūshū which runs from Saga City in Saga Prefecture to Nagasaki in Nagasaki Prefecture. It follows the old Nagasaki Kaidō, a road from the Edo period. About 10% of the route is 4 lanes or more, and the rest is two lanes.[1]

Route Data[edit]

Overlapping sections[edit]

  • From Saga City (Kokuritsubyōinmae intersection) to Ogi (Gojō intersection): Route 203
  • From Ogi (Maemitsue intersection) to Kōhoku (Higashibun intersection): Route 207
  • From Isahaya (Obunakoshi Tunnel intersection) to Isahaya Tarami-chō Keya: Route 207
  • From Isahaya (Obunakoshi Tunnel intersection) to Nagasaki (Kenchōmae intersection): Route 57
  • From Nagasaki (Yagamimachi intersection) to Nagasaki (Kenchōmae intersection): Route 251
  • From Nagasaki Ōhashi-chō (Iwayabashi intersection) to Nagasaki (Kenchōmae intersection): Route 206
  • From Nagasaki (Takara-chō intersection) to Nagasaki (Kenchōmae intersection): Route 202

Municipalities passed through[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 一般国道34号 (in Japanese). Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Kyushu Regional Development Bureau. Retrieved 2010-12-04.