Japan National Route 58
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|Length:||255.5 km (158.8 mi)|
|From:||National Route 3 / National Route 10 in Kagoshima|
|To:||National Route 330 / National Route 331 / National Route 390 in Naha|
|From:||Route 3 / Route 10 in Kagoshima|
|To:||Port of Kagoshima|
| National Route 331
National Route 505
National Route 449
|To:||Route 330 / Route 331 / Route 390 in Naha, Okinawa|
|National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan
National Route 58 (国道58号) is a highway in Japan. This very unusual road has continuous numbering over disconnected segments on the islands of Kyūshū, Tanegashima, Amami Ōshima, and Okinawa. The road has a total of 255.5 km on land. It originates in the prefectural capital of Kagoshima in Kagoshima Prefecture and terminates in Naha, the capital of Okinawa Prefecture.
At the northern terminus, Route 58 meets Routes 3 and 10. The segment in the city of Kagoshima measures only about 700 m. The next segment links Nishinoomote, Nakatane, and Minamitane. On Amami Ōshima, the highway connects Amami, Tatsugo, and Setouchi. The final segment starts in Kunigami at the northern tip of Okinawa Island and runs along the west coast to the southern terminus in Naha.
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