List of bus operating companies in Japan (east)

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List of bus operating companies in Japan (east).

List of bus operating companies in Japan
East Hokkaidō, Tōhoku, Kantō, and Chūbu
West Kansai, Chūgoku, Shikoku, and Kyūshū

 Hokkaidō[edit]

Akan Bus at Rausu.
Hokkaidō Chūō Bus at Sapporo.
Kushiro Bus at Kushiro Station.
Sōya Bus at Wakkanai, the northernmost bus operator in Japan.
The northernmost operator.

Tōhoku region[edit]

Kōnan Bus at Kuroishi.
An old Nanbu Bus car.
Shūhoku Bus car, Ōdate.
Omoe Bus Terminal, Iwate Kenpoku Bus.
"Loople Sendai", a sightseeing bus by Sendai City Bus.

 Aomori Prefecture[edit]

 Akita Prefecture[edit]

 Iwate Prefecture[edit]

 Miyagi Prefecture[edit]

 Yamagata Prefecture[edit]

 Fukushima Prefecture[edit]

Kantō region[edit]

Seibu Bus cars at Kusatsu-Onsen Bus Station.
Sky Bus Tōkyō, Hinomaru Limousine.
Keiō Bus.
"Twin Bus", Keisei Bus.
Ōshima Bus car at Izu Ōshima Island.
A local Tōkyū Bus car interior.
Tōkyū Transsés bus at Shibuya Station.
"Twin Liner", Kanagawa Chūō Kōtsū.

 Ibaraki Prefecture[edit]

 Tochigi Prefecture[edit]

 Gunma Prefecture[edit]

 Saitama Prefecture[edit]

 Chiba Prefecture[edit]

 Tokyo Metropolis[edit]

Sightseeing buses only.

 Kanagawa Prefecture[edit]

Chūbu region[edit]

Muramatsu Bus Terminal, Kanbara Tetsudō.
A highway Gifu Bus car.
Yamanashi Kōtsū bus cars, Kōfu.
A sightseeing bus by Shizutetsu Justline.

 Niigata Prefecture[edit]

 Toyama Prefecture[edit]

 Ishikawa Prefecture[edit]

 Fukui Prefecture[edit]

 Gifu Prefecture[edit]

 Nagano Prefecture[edit]

 Yamanashi Prefecture[edit]

 Shizuoka Prefecture[edit]

 Aichi Prefecture[edit]

 Mie Prefecture[edit]

See also[edit]