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Naha Bus (那覇バス)Naha Bus is a bus operator providing bus services from Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

Naha Bus operates a fleet comprising of majority Hino buses, with another half comprising of Isuzu buses and some Nissan Diesel and Mitsubishi Fuso buses. Most of the older buses were previously used by bus operators at mainland Japan and were bought as second-handed buses. The newest model in its fleet is the Hino Blue Ribbon II (KV234N3), which were purchased as brand new vehicles since 2013.

Operator's Website: http://www.nahabus.jp
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Okinawa Bus (沖縄バス)Okinawa Bus is the largest bus operator and operates a vast network of routes and services across major towns in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Okinawa Bus operates a fleet almost wholly consist of Mitsubishi Fuso buses, with the exception of a few Hino Poncho used for Yomitan Village services. Most buses were acquired as second-handed vehicles from other bus operators in the mainland of Japan. Brand new buses were also acquired, such as the latest non-step model in its fleet introduced in 2015, the Mitsubishi Fuso Aerostar (QKG-MP38FK).

A 1978 Mitsubishi Fuso MP117K was preserved and operated on the morning of every Sundays and Public Holidays. Timetable of the bus is available on the operator's website.

Operator's Website: http://www.okinawabus.com
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Ryukyu Bus Kotsu (琉球バス交通)Ryukyu Bus Kotsu is the second largest operator in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

Ryukyu Bus Kotsu operates a fleet comprising of majority Hino buses, followed by Isuzu buses, Nissan Diesel buses and Mitsubishi Fuso buses being the least. Most buses were acquired as second-handed vehicles from other bus operators in the mainland of Japan. Similar to Naha Bus, the newest model in its fleet is the Hino Blue Ribbon II (KV234N3), which were purchased as brand new vehicles since 2013.

Operator's Website: http://www.ryukyubuskotsu.jp
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Toyo Bus (東陽バス)Toyo Bus is the smallest public bus operator in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, operating 8 routes in total.

Toyo Bus operates a fleet wholly comprising of Hino buses. Most buses were acquired as second-handed vehicles from other bus operators in the mainland of Japan.

A 1978 Hino RE101 was preserved and operated on the morning of every Sundays and Public Holidays. Timetable of the bus is available on the operator's website.

Operator's Website: http://toyobus.jp
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Tokyo Prefecture
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Yokohama Bus (横浜市営バス)


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Kanachu (神奈川中央交通)


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