Route 401 (Japan)


Route 401 (Japan)

Infobox road
state=Japan
type=National
route=401
maint=
name_notes="国道401号"


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National Route 401 is a national highway of Japan connecting Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima and Numata, Gunma in Japan, with a total length of 171.1 km (106.32 mi).


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