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San'in Expressway

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San'in Expressway

San'in Expressway (山陰自動車道 San'in Jidōsha-dō) is a proposed expressway extending from Tottori, Tottori prefecture to Mine, Yamaguchi prefecture. It will follow a path along the northern (San'in) coast of Chūgoku region, passing through Tottori, Shimane, and Yamaguchi prefectures.

Currently, the following segments are designated as part of the National Expressway route:


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