List of bus operating companies in Japan (west)

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List of bus operating companies in Japan (west).

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

Kansai region[edit]

"Seishun Mega Dream", a double decker highway bus by West JR Bus.
Kintetsu Bus.
Minato Kankō Bus, Minamiawaji.
A highway Shinki Bus car.
"Gurutto Bus Nara Park Route" by Nara Kōtsū, at Nara prefectural government office.
Haibara Station Bus Stop, Nara Kōtsū.
Bus stops in Nara countryside. Mie Kōtsū, Nara Kōtsū, a community bus and a school bus stop here.
A small Ohmi Railway bus car.
Arida Railway Bus.

 Ōsaka Prefecture[edit]

 Kyōto Prefecture[edit]

 Hyōgo Prefecture[edit]

These two are unrelated.

 Nara Prefecture[edit]

 Shiga Prefecture[edit]

 Wakayama Prefecture[edit]

Chūgoku region[edit]

Hinomaru Bus car, Tottori.
A highway Ichibata Bus car.
Uno Bus car, Okayama.
A highway Hiroden Bus car, Hiroshima.
Bon-Bus.
Bus stops with bus location system, Iwakuni City Bus.
Iwakuni City Bus "Ichisuke".

 Tottori Prefecture[edit]

 Shimane Prefecture[edit]

 Okayama Prefecture[edit]

 Hiroshima Prefecture[edit]

 Yamaguchi Prefecture[edit]

Shikoku region[edit]

Ichiba Kōtsū bus.
A highway Tokushima Bus car.
Takamatsu Station Bus Terminal, Kotoden Bus and others.
Ōkawa Bus.

 Tokushima Prefecture[edit]

 Kagawa Prefecture[edit]

The smallest operator in Japan, with 2 buses.

 Ehime Prefecture[edit]

 Kōchi Prefecture[edit]

Kyūshū region[edit]

A highway JR Kyūshū Bus car.
A typical local Nishitetsu Bus car, Fukuoka.
Three row seats of highway Nishitetsu Bus car.
Bus location boards at a bus stop, Kumamoto City Bus.
Iriomotejima Kōtsū Bus on Iriomote Island, the southernmost bus operator in Japan.
Ryūkyū Bus Kōtsū car at Naha Bus Terminal.

 Fukuoka Prefecture[edit]

Nishitetsu Bus is the largest operator in Japan. It owns the fleet of 2,083 buses, or 3,100 by the entire group.

 Saga Prefecture[edit]

 Nagasaki Prefecture[edit]

 Kumamoto Prefecture[edit]

 Ōita Prefecture[edit]

 Miyazaki Prefecture[edit]

 Kagoshima Prefecture[edit]

 Okinawa Prefecture[edit]

The southernmost operator.

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