The proposed route decides to have a route on the coast of the Sea of ​​Japan, which is different from the plan to connect Tokyo, Seoul, Pyongyang and Harbin as in the initial plan announced by the International Highway.
Given the economic effects of construction, the initial plan considered problems with national defense and construction costs, and that the current infrastructure is sufficient.
Furthermore, we thought that this proposed route is more enthusiastic about the demonstration of new economic effects and construction promotion of local residents, leading to early construction.
In Japan, for the region on the coast of the Sea of ​​Japan, as an example of sightseeing, how far was Tokyo's economy like how to withdraw customers from Tokyo, how to go to Tokyo and Osaka It will be inspired by the local people, such as whether to receive it, leading to a change in the big economic structure.
The same can be said in South Korea. And North Korea has a Special Economic Zone on the Sea of ​​Japan side, making economic development easier, and the Sea of ​​Japan coast that is away from the capital Pyongyang is easier to accept from national defense.

Concept of the Ring of Japan Sea Route including Bering Strait Bridge Tunnel

We are planning to have a route on Japan Sea coast of Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Russia, and each strait will be a ring route that can make a lap around the Sea of Japan with a submarine tunnel including a Japan-Korea tunnel.
In order to further increase the economic development of this region, we also construct a cross-linked tunnel in the Bering Strait and link it with the United States.

​Proposed reason for this route

Route overview



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