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The Meishin highway (Japanese名 神 高速 道路, Meishin Kōsokudōro ) is the main highway between the metropolitan areas of Kansai and Nagoya in Japan and leads from Komaki in Nagoya to Kobe in Nishinomiya. Outstanding significance of the Meishin Highway as the main artery for private transport between Kobe / Osaka and Kyoto, and is used in conjunction with the Tomei Expressway as the main artery of the individual distance traffic between the two largest metropolitan areas of the country, Kansai and Kanto. The Meishin passes into Tomei at Komaki.
The first section of Meishin highway open to traffic in 1963 and was the first Autobahn Japan.
The term Meishin indicates the starting points of the highway by the initial characters of the city name from Nagoya (名古屋) and Kobe (神 戸) are assembled and spoken in regular Onyomi.
Komaki (24) - Ichinomiya (25 ) - Gifu - Hashima ( 25-2 ) - Ōgaki (26 ) - Sekigahara (27) - Hikone (28 ) - Yōkaichi (29) - Ryūō ( 29-1 ) - ritto (30 ) - Seta - Higashi ( 30-2 ) - Seta Nishi ( 30-2 ) - Otsu Cities (31) - Kyoto - Higashi (32) - Kyoto - Minami (33) - Oyamazaki ( 33-3 ) - Ibaraki (34) - Suita (35 ) - Toyonaka (36) - Amagasaki (37) - Nishinomiya (38 )
- Aichi Prefecture Komaki - Iwakura - Ichinomiya - Inazawa
- Hashima - Ōgaki
- Maibara - Hikone - Higashiomi - Konan - Yasu - ritto - Kusatsu - Otsu Cities
- Kyoto - Muko - Nagaokakyo
- Takatsuki - Ibaraki - Suita - Toyonaka
- Amagasaki - Nishinomiya