Heard about it and saw it on TV but nothing can compare to personally experience the famous bullet train of Japan-The Shinkansen. It can travel to a speed of 300km/hr and seeing it with my own eyes that it flew past the station in just a few seconds. That train make lesser stop than the one that we had boarded. We managed to try this that went at 180km/hr for one station in 15 mins.The feeling inside the train is suprisingly 'no excitement'. It was quiet and don't feel the speed at all. It is almost similar to be on board of the aeroplane.
The following railroads are in operation at Toyohashi Station:
The JR Tokaido Shinkansen, the JR Tokaido Line, the JR Iida Line, the Nagoya Tetsudo Trunk Line, and the Atsumi Line of Toyohashi Tetsudo. Streetcars are in operation within the city itself.
When you ride the Sinkansen, or bullet train, from Toyohashi, it takes two hours and 20 minutes to reach Tokyo and one hour and 50 minutes to reach Osaka. Toyohashi Station is located almost at the center of Japan.
National Routes 1, 23, 42, 151, 259, and 362 make up the major network of roads in Toyohashi In addition, there are other major local roads. The Tomei Expressway, which crosses Japan, passes through the northern part of the city, and is used by many cars for tourism and business purposes. The Tomei Expressway is the major trunk line in the road network of Japan.
The port of Toyohashi is the nucleus of Mikawa Port network, which covers a wider area. Situated in the western part of Toyohashi, the port provides a gateway from the sea to the city and to the wider region.
In 1972, the Port of Toyohashi was opened as an international port, auto makers from Germany, Britain, and the United States have established their Japanese bases here.
Indeed, there are many travel possibilities, but you have to spend a lot of money. The cheapest and even faster way of getting around is to ride a bycicle.