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Tokaido Shinkansen Partially Suspended Due to Typhoon
17:28 JST, June 2, 2023
Service on the Tokaido Shinkansen line was partially suspended on Friday afternoon due to heavy rain between Hamamatsu and Mikawa-Anjo stations in central Japan.
Rainfall in the area from an approaching typhoon reached limits at 2:59 p.m. that mandated that trains be stopped.
As a result, Shinkansen trains were stopped at stations between Tokyo and Nagoya on the westbound line and between Shin-Osaka and Hamamatsu on the eastbound line.
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