Aizu Bus

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The Aizu Bus CO., LTD.Aizu noriai jidousha Kabushiki gaisya is an affiliated company of Michinori Holdings. Tobu Group had had shares of this company until around 2011.[1]


The bus company was established in 21 March 1943.[2] Aizu Bus operates bus routes around Aizu-Wakamatsu in Fukushima Prefecture. And, a lot of bus routes based on Aizu-Tajima Station and Aizukogen-Ozeguchi Station, Aizu-Wakamatsu Station. Service area has many tourist spots, which are Ouchijuku, Tō-no-Hetsuri, Tsuruga Castle, Lake Inawashiro, Mount Bandai, Oze National Park.


  • 1943
    • On 21 March - Establishment
    • On 15 June - Transferred bus routes from Aizu Bus LLC due to unification when World War Ⅱ.
    • On 13 December - As transferred bus routes from Kihan Motor, determined present service area.
  • On December 1953 - Transferred bus routes between Aizu-Tajima Station and Kinugawaonsen Station from Tobu Railway.
  • On 10 July - "Aizu-Wakamatsu - Koriyama - Iwaki Line" was operated as "limited express" with Fukushima Transportation and Joban Kotsu Motor
  • On 9 October 1987 - As Yagan Railway was open to traffic, discontinued bus routes between Aizu-Tajima and Kinugawaonsen.
  • 1996
    • On 20 January - "Aizu-Wakamatsu - Koriyama - Iwaki Line" was operated as "Expressway bus" and ran via Joban Expressway.
    • On 24 May - Commenced operating Nissan Diesel Space Runner RA|Low Emission Bus between Aizu-Tajima Station and Oze National Park.
  • On 2 October 1997 - Commenced operating "Aizu-Wakamatsu - Niigata Line" as "Expressway bus" with Niigata Kotsu.
    • On 1 October 2009 - Aizu Taxi merged into Aizu Bus.
  • On 2 December 2010 - Determined to be support by "Regional Economy Vitalization Corporation of Japan"[3][4][1]
  • 2013
    • On 2 August - "Regional Economy Vitalization Corporation of Japan" which is a share holder transferred shares to Michinori Holdings.[5][6][7]
    • On 30 August - As completed to transfer shares, the bus company has belongs to Michinori Holdings.


  • Head quarter and Wakamatsu Office
    • 195 Byakkocho, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima|Aizu Wakamatsu
  • Ashinomaki GArage
    • Ahinomaki, Odocho, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima|Aizu Wakamatsu
  • Kawaguchi Gaarge
    • 1498-2, Kawaguchi-Kanearaimichishita, Kaneyama, Ōnuma District, Fukushima
  • Kitakata Office
    • 8285-1, Machida, Kitakata, Fukushima|Kitakata
  • Tajima Office
    • 108-1, Yutoshita, Naka-arai, Minamiaizu District, Fukushima
  • Nozawa Office
    • 3178-5, Shimokoyaostu, Nozawa, Nishiaizu, Yama District, Fukushima
  • Bange Office
    • 2408, Omichi, Aizubange, Kawanuma District, Fukushima
  • Hongo Garage
    • Yamamichishita, Aizumisato, Ōnuma District, Fukushima
  • Yamaguchi Bench Office
    • 825-1, Yamaguchi-murakami, Minamiaizu District, Fukushima
  • Koriyama Konan Office
    • 83-1, Fukuramachiura, Konan, Koriyama, Fukushima

Bus routes


Taxi Departmnet

  • Aizu Taxi

Subsidiary companies

Other Michinori Group

  • Michinori Holdings
    • Fukushima Transportation
    • Kanto Transportation
    • Ibaraki Kotsu
    • Northern Iwate Transportation
    • Shonan Monorail


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