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概要図

概要図

駅とルート

Section Shin-Aomori Station to Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station to Sapporo Station
Rail Length About 148 km About 212 km
Passing Through Aomori Prefecture
Aomori City・Yomogita Village・Sotogahama Town・Imabetsu Town・Nakadomari Town
Hokkaido Prefecture
Fukushima Town・Shiriuchi Town・Kikonai Town・Hokuto City・Nanae Town
Hokuto City・Assabu Town・Yakumo Town・Oshamambe Town・Kuromatsunai Town
Rankoshi Town・Toyoura Town・Niseko Town・Kutchan Town・Niki Town
Akaigawa Village・Yoichi Town・Otaru City・Sapporo City
Stations Shin-Aomori Station (Already in Operation)・Oku-Tsugaru-Imabetsu Station
Kikonai Station・Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station
Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station・Shin-Yakumo Station (Provisional Name)・Oshamambe Station
Kutchan Station・Shin-Otaru Station (Provisional Name)・Sapporo Station
Major Constructions Tunnels
Tsugaru-Yomogita Tunnel
6,190m
Satsukari Tunnel
1,235m
Kōren Tunnel
1,410m
Izumisawa Tunnel
1,720m
Oshima-Tōbetsu Tunnel
8,073m
Shin-Moheji Tunnel
3,355m
Bridges
Ōyachi Rail Bridge
185m
Kikonai River Bridge
164m
Moheji River Bridge
186m
Ōno River Bridge
164m
Tunnels
Murayama Tunnel
5,265m
Oshima Tunnel
26,470m
Nodaoi Tunnel
8,170m
Tachiiwa Tunnel
16,980m
Uchiura Tunnel
15,560m
Kombu Tunnel
10,410m
Yōtei Tunnel
9,750m
Futatsumori Tunnel
12,630m
Shiribeshi Tunnel
17,975m
Teine Tunnel
18,750m
Bridges
Yūrappu River Bridge
245m
Shiribetsu River Bridge
340m
Minami-Kutosan River Bridge
210m

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駅舎完成予想図(提供:独立行政法人 鉄道建設・運輸施設整備支援機構)

  • 木古内駅の完成予想図
  • 新函館(仮称)駅の完成予想図

 The Hokkaido Shinkansen will reach from Shin-Aomori Station on the Tohoku Shinkansen to Sapporo, passing nearby Hakodate and Otaru, spanning about 360 km in total. Along the route, a section of about 82 km, which includes the Seikan Tunnel, has been completed and already supports Shinkansen traffic.

The Hokkaido Shinkansen line is scheduled to include 8 stations:

  • Oku-Tsugaru-Imabetsu Station, a joint facility to Tsugaru-Imabetsu Station on the Tsugaru-Kaikyō Line which will annex to the east side of Tsugaru-Futamata Station on the Tsugaru Line
  • Kikonai Shinkansen Station, which will annex to the north side of Kikonai Station also on the Tsugaru-Kaikyō Line
  • Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station, which will annex to the south side of Oshima-Ōno Station on the Hakodate Line
  • Shin-Yakumo Station (Provisional Name), which will be newly built in Kasuga, Yakumo Town
  • Oshamambe Shinkansen Station, which will annex to the west side of Oshamambe Station on the Hakodate Line
  • Kutchan Shinkansen Station, which will annex to Kutchan Station also on the Hakodate Line
  • Shin-Otaru Station (Provisional Name), which will be newly built in Tenjin, Otaru City
  • Sapporo Shinkansen Station, which will annex to Sapporo Station also on the Hakodate Line
Of this route, the section from Shin-Aomori Station to Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station is scheduled to enter service at the end of 2015. The section from Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto was approved and commenced in 2012, and construction is underway towards the schedule to enter service at the end of 2030.
The Hokkaido Shinkansen will be primarily operated by JR Hokkaido.

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これまでの歩み

October 1964 Tokaido Shinkansen enters service from Tōkyō to Shin-Ōsaka.
May 1970 The National Shinkansen Network Law is officially issued.
November 1973 Development Planning Decisions
Hokkaido Shinkansen: Aomori City to Sapporo City
Major Areas Passed: Nearby Hakodate City and Otaru City
June 1982 Tōhoku Shinkansen enters service from Ōmiya to Morioka.
March 1988 Seikan Tunnel enters service.
December 1996 Government and ruling parties reach decisions on Shinkansen development.
Shin-Aomori to Sapporo: Stations and route announced, environmental impact assessment.
Shin-Aomori to Shin-Hakodate (Provisional Name): Construction plan permission application filed.
February 1998 Stations and route announced for Hokkaido Shinkansen.
Stations: Oku-Tsugaru (Provisional Name), Kikonai, Shin-Hakodate (Provisional Name), Shin-Yakumo (Provisional Name), Oshamambe, Kutchan, Shin-Otaru (Provisional Name), Sapporo
Route: North Route
December 2000 Government and ruling parties reach decisions on Shinkansen development.
Shin-Aomori to Sapporo: Environmental impact assessment completed, construction plan permission application filed.
Shin-Aomori to Shin-Hakodate (Provisional Name): Performed investigations on rail freight in the Seikan Tunnel.
December 2002 Tōhoku Shinkansen enters service from Morioka to Hachinohe.
March 2004 Kyushu Shinkansen enters service from Shin-Yatsushiro to Kagoshima-Chuo.
December 2004 Government and ruling parties reach decisions on Shinkansen development.
Shin-Aomori to Shin-Hakodate (Provisional Name): Construction to begin in 2005, with efforts made to hasten progress for goal of 2015 completion.
April 2005 Construction plan approval received for first stage of work from Shin-Aomori to Shin-Hakodate.
May 2005 Commencement ceremony held, work begins on Hokkaido Shinkansen from Shin-Aomori to Shin-Hakodate (Provisional Name).
December 2010 Tōhoku Shinkansen enters service from Hachinohe to Shin-Aomori. (All sections of Tōhoku Shinkansen are now in service.)
March 2011 In March 2011, Kyushu Shinkansen enters service from Hakata to Shin-Yatsushiro. (All sections of Kyushu Shinkansen Kagoshima Route are now in service.)
June 2012 Construction plan permission received for Hokkaido Shinkansen from Shin-Hakodate (Provisional Name) to Sapporo.
August 2012 Commencement ceremony held for construction of Hokkaido Shinkansen Shin-Hakodate (Provisional Name) to Sapporo.

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