The Tohoku Shinkansen line is expected to resume full services in April, Japanese transport ministry officials said Friday. Damage from the March 11 earthquake that hit the northeastern Japan region has been still spotted at more than 500 locations in the bullet train line. But no serious damage has been reported, the officials said. Services between Tokyo and Nasushiobara in Tochigi Prefecture, and those between Morioka in Iwate Prefecture and Shinaomori in Aomori Prefecture have been resumed.
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