Hokuriku Shinkansen Kanazawa-Tokyo direct operation 15 days also canceled 15:08 on October 14
The Hokuriku Shinkansen canceled all-day operation between Kanazawa and Tokyo on the 14th of the day, and the JR Kanazawa station was crowded with people seeking ticket changes. JR will continue to cancel the direct operation between Kanazawa and Tokyo on the 15th.
On the Hokuriku Shinkansen, a rolling stock center in Nagano Prefecture was flooded due to the influence of Typhoon No. 19, and the connection between Nagano and Itoigawa in Niigata was closed, so direct operation between Kanazawa and Tokyo was canceled for 14 days. The
JR West Japan guides you through the Tokaido Shinkansen route to Yonehara in Shiga Prefecture or Kyoto on a limited express train on a conventional line when heading from Tokyo to Kanazawa.
On the 14th of the last day of the three consecutive holidays, JR Kanazawa Station was crowded with people who asked the station staff how to change or refund tickets and purchased limited express tickets.
JR will also cancel direct operation between Kanazawa and Tokyo on the 15th.
A man who came from Tokyo to attend the alumni meeting was talking about "I was planning to go back on the Hokuriku Shinkansen, but I can't help it because of the typhoon. I changed the ticket to go back using the Tokaido Shinkansen." It was.