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Kumamoto to Kurokawa Onsen 2014/8/25 11:37
I am trying to understand this bus schedule:

http://www.kyusanko.co.jp/sankobus/kyushu_odan/

It says ‹ãB‰¡’fƒoƒXŽž•\y•½“y“új‹¤’ʁz@ŒF–{Ë•Ê•{@1E3E5E7†@@2014”N4ŒŽ1“úŒ»Ý

which google translates as "flat sat, sun, holidays" does this mean it is always the same schedule, that there is a different weekend schedule or that there is no service on those days?
by Shadd  

Re: Kumamoto to Kurokawa Onsen 2014/8/25 14:27
Google translate doesn't handle abbreviations very well. It means that the buses are the same on weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, basically everyday has the same schedule.
by yllwsmrf rate this post as useful

Re: Kumamoto to Kurokawa Onsen 2014/8/25 19:34
"Flat" = weekdays :) so this is a timetable that is common to all of "weekdays, Saturday, Sunday, and holidays."
by AK rate this post as useful

Re: Kumamoto to Kurokawa Onsen 2014/8/26 12:22
•½[hei] means •½“ú[hei-jitsu] : weekday[Mon to Fri]
Most timetables using •½“ú(no short) usual.
“y[do] means “y—j“ú[do-you-bi] : Sat
“ú[nichi] means “ú—j“ú[Nichi-you-0bi] FSun
j[syuku] means j“ú[syuku-jitsu] : National holidays
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_calendar#Official_calendar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_holidays_in_Japan
‹¤’Ê[kyotsuu] means same/no change.

And some timetables using “y‹x“ú[do-kyu-jitsu] usual.
This “y means Sat
‹x“ú means Sun/National holidays both.

‰^“](“ú)[un-ten(-bi)] means operating (-day)
‰^‹x[un-kyu] means no operating [‹x,¦,š]mark with a lot.
—ÕŽž[rin-ji] means seasonal operate as not regular.


However, Google translate is not wrong :D
•½[taira/as kun yomi] means "flat" is right.
Just •½ has some different meanings.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E5%B9%B3
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