Bus 21 is a popular and well-known bus route that runs from Tokyo to Nagoya.

It has been operating since 1976, and now it has an annual budget of ¥100 billion ($2.4 billion) according to a report in the Japanese daily newspaper Kyodo.

The cost is about three times the annual budget for the Tokyo-Shizuoka-Osaka (TOS) bus, and the bus service is still largely operated by private companies.

But as Japan continues to transition away from traditional mass transit, buses are coming back in greater numbers, and some are even getting more expensive.

The Tokyo-Osato TOS is currently the most popular service, with more than 8,000 buses. It costs ¥60,000 ($8,000) per month for a one-way ticket, with the rest of the budget going towards the purchase of additional seats.

But the TOS has also been growing in popularity in the past few years, and a number of new companies have launched bus companies.

One of the more well-established is Tokyo Bus, a company that offers bus services in Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Nagoya and Nagasaki.

The company’s buses are a bit cheaper than their Tokyo counterparts, but still pricey.

On average, the cheapest Tokyo-Oshima TOS seats cost ¥6,400 ($9,000), while a two-way Tokyo-Tokyo TOS seat costs ¥6.7 million ($8.8 million).

The TOS’s seat numbers have increased by a third over the past decade, and they are currently one of the top 10 cheapest bus companies in Japan.

Tokyo Bus offers buses from Osaka to Tokyo, but most of the seats are reserved for tourists and other low-income residents.

The majority of the buses run on weekends, and on the first weekend of each month they also offer special weekend bus trips.

Most of the Tokyo buses run between Tokyo and Osaka, but some routes also operate between Tokyo, Hiroshima and Nagoya as well.

The first TOS was built in the 1970s and has a total of over 14,500 seats, making it one of Japan’s most popular routes.

Tokyo’s buses operate on the city’s central railway system, but it is a bit more popular in smaller towns, where the Tos can be reached by a wide variety of bus routes.

Many bus companies have also started offering special services on their buses.

For example, buses can be used to transport elderly or disabled people in order to pick up their luggage or pay for their food.

If you want to make the most of a good day out on the town, Tokyo Bus has you covered.

But some of the best rides for the weekend don’t just come from Tokyo.

The best trips are also usually reserved for people from nearby Osaka and Nagawa.

In fact, bus trips from Osaka and Tokyo to other major cities can be arranged to meet with your friends and family in person.

Bus 21 operates from Tokyo’s Shibuya subway station.

It takes about an hour and a half to get to the station, and most people arrive within about an an hour of boarding.

If it is the last day of your trip, you may want to check in with your ticket before going, and if you don’t, you can ask the driver to make reservations for you.

However, if you are going to go to other places in the city that you are visiting, such as Osaka, you should probably check the bus schedule and make sure that you get a bus that runs on the schedule you requested.

Tokyo-Sakura TOS The Tokyo bus company also offers special services that cater to people from Osaka.

The Osaka Bus, which is known as Tokyo-Sanji, operates from the Shibuyan Station in Osaka.

It travels between the Tokyo metropolitan area and the western part of the city.

Tokyo has a population of more than 13 million, so it is quite small by international standards.

However it is still considered a major city by the Japanese population, and its population density is one of Tokyo’s main reasons for its popularity.

For those visiting Osaka, the bus company offers a number to pick from.

The most popular option is the Tokyo Bus (Tokyo-Sanjie) which runs from the main train station in Osaka to the eastern suburbs.

The bus can be scheduled on the Tokyo Transit Line (TTL) and the Bus 22.

The service is one-stop service and the cheapest ticket is ¥80,000.

The trip lasts between 30 and 45 minutes, and it can be done on either the TMT or the Bus 21.

The price of the ticket varies depending on the bus route, but ¥50,000 is usually a good amount of money to spend.

The TMT and Bus 21 are also the only two options for getting to other parts of Osaka.

They offer free transfers between the two cities, but this can be expensive.