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  1. Hankyū Kōbe Main Line - Wikipedia › wiki › Hankyū_Kōbe_Main_Line

    The Kōbe Main Line of Hankyu Railway is one of the three major commuter heavy rail lines in the Keihanshin conurbation of Japan. It links the urban centres of Osaka and Kobe by connecting the major stations of Umeda in Osaka and Sannomiya in Kobe. The Hanshin Electric Railway Main Line and West Japan Railway Company Tokaido Main Line are the two lines parallel to the Hankyu Kobe Line within a short distance of each other.

    • 阪急神戸本線
    • Umeda, Sannomiya
  2. Hankyū Kōbe Main Line — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › Hankyū_Kōbe_Main_Line

    The Kōbe Main Line (神戸本線, Kōbe Honsen) of Hankyu Railway is one of the three major commuter heavy rail lines in the Keihanshin conurbation of Japan. It links the urban centres of Osaka and Kobe by connecting the major stations of Umeda in Osaka and Sannomiya in Kobe.

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  4. Hankyu - Wikipedia › wiki › Hankyu

    Hankyu Corporation (阪急電鉄株式会社, Hankyū Dentetsu kabushiki gaisha, lit."Hankyu Electric Railway Stock Company") is a Japanese private railway company that provides commuter and interurban service to the northern Kansai region and is one of the flagship properties of Hankyu Hanshin Holdings Inc., in turn part of the Hankyu Hanshin Toho Group (which includes H2O Retailing ...

    • 1910 (established in 1907)–
    • Osaka, Japan
  5. Hankyu — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › Hankyu
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    In 1907, the Minoo Arima Elec­tric Tramway Company, a fore­run­ner of Han­kyu Han­shin Hold­ings, Inc., was es­tab­lished by Ichizō Kobayashi (pre­cisely, he was one of the "pro­mot­ers" of the tramway).On 10 March 1910, Minoo Arima Tramway opened the rail lines from Umeda to Takarazuka (the Takarazuka Main Line) and from Ishibashi to Minoo (the Minoo Line). The tramway was pop­u­lar due to Kobayashi's pi­o­neer­ing act to de­velop hous­ing around sta­tions along the line (a first in Japan),...

    Expansion to Kobe

    On Feb­ru­ary 4, 1918, Minoo Arima Tramway was re­named Han­shin Kyūkō Rail­way Company.On July 16, 1920, the Kobe Main Line from Jūsō to Kobe (later, re­named Kamit­sut­sui) and the Itami Line from Tsuk­aguchi to Itami were opened.On April 1, 1936, the Kobe Main Line was ex­tended from Nishi-Nada (pre­sent: Ōji-kōen) to the new ter­mi­nal in Kobe (pre­sent: Kobe-San­nomiya Sta­tion), and the Kobe Main Line from Nishi-Nada to Kamit­sut­sui was named the Kamit­sut­sui Line, which was aban­done...

    Merger and separation with Keihan

    On Oc­to­ber 1, 1943, under the order of the gov­ern­ment, Han­shin Kyūkō and Kei­han Elec­tric Rail­way were merged, and re­named Kei­han­shin Kyūkō Rail­way Company. The merged lines in­cluded the Kei­han Main Line, the Uji Line, the Shinkei­han Line (pre­sent-day Kyoto Main Line), the Sen­riyama Line (pre­sent-day Senri Line), the Jūsō Line (part of Kyoto Main Line), the Arashiyama Line, the Keishin Line and the Ishiyama Sakamoto Line. The Katano Linewas also added in 1945. On De­cem­ber 1...

    Han­kyu op­er­ates three main trunk lines, con­nect­ing Osaka with Kobe, Takarazuka and Kyotore­spec­tively, and their branches. 1. Itami Line (伊丹線) (Category-1: Tsukaguchi – Itami) 2. Imazu Line (今津線) (Category-1: Imazu – Nishinomiya-kitaguchi– Takarazuka) 3. Kōyō Line (甲陽線) (Category-1: Shukugawa – Kōyōen) 4. Kōbe Kōsoku Line (神戸高速線) (Category-2: Kobe-sannomiya – Shinkaichi, Trains are operated between Kobe-sannomiya and Shinkaichi on the Kōbe Rapid Transit Railway Tōzai Line) 1. Minoh Line (箕面線) (Category-1: Ishibashi – Minoo) 1. Senri Line (千里線) (Category-1: Tenjimbashisuji Roku-chome – Awaji – Kita-Senri) 2. Arashiyama Line (嵐山線) (Category-1: Katsura – Arashiyama) The three groups of the lines, the Kobe Lines, the Takarazuka Lines and the Kyoto Lines, can be fur­ther grouped into two, the Kobe-Takarazuka Lines and the Kyoto Lines from a his­tor­i­cal rea­son. Han­kyu has two groups of rolling stock, one for the Kobe-Takarazuka Lines and the other for the Kyoto Lines.

    As of March 31, 2010, Han­kyu has 1,319 cars for pas­sen­ger service.Stan­dard cars have three pairs of doors per side and bench seat­ing fac­ing the cen­ter of the train (ex­cep­tions are noted below). The Kobe Line and Takarazuka Line use the same fleet.Some for­mer Han­kyu trains, such as the 2000 se­ries and 3100 se­ries, have been trans­ferred to the Nose Elec­tric Rail­way.

    Sin­gle fare (adult) in Japan­ese Yen by travel dis­tance is as fol­lows. Fares for chil­dren (6–11 years old) are half the adult fare, rounded up to the near­est 10 yen. For fare col­lec­tion, IC cards (PiTaPa, ICOCAand oth­ers) are ac­cepted. The fare rate was changed on April 1, 2014 to re­flect the change in the rate of con­sump­tion taxfrom 5% to 8%.

    The name Han­kyu stands for Kei­han­shin Kyūkō (京阪神急行). Kei­han­shin (京阪神) means the cities of Kyoto (京都), Osaka (大阪), Kobe (神戸), and the sub­urbs of theirs. Kyūkō(急行) means ex­press train.

    A 2-car Han­kyu train was fea­tured in the 1988 Japan­ese an­i­mated war drama Grave of the Fire­flies. The 2011 film Han­kyu Rail­way: a 15-Minute Mir­a­cleis set on the Han­kyu Imazu line.

  6. Category:Hankyu Kobe Main Line - Wikimedia Commons › wiki › Category:Hankyu_Kobe

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  8. Wikizero - Hankyu Kyoto Main Line › en › Hankyu_Kyoto_Main_Line
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    The Kyoto Main Line is often called the Kyoto Line(京都線, Kyōto-sen) for short, and in a broader sense its two branch lines, the Senri Line and the Arashiyama Line, are included to the Kyoto Line by historical, geographical and structural reasons. The other two sections of Hankyu, the Kobe Line and the Takarazuka Line are called the Shinpōsen(神宝線)as a whole. Officially, the Kyoto Main Line is from Jūsō to Kyoto-kawaramachi, however, all trains run beyond Jūsō to Osaka-umeda terminal, using the eastern tracks of the section exclusively. Hankyu treats the Kyoto Main Line in the same way as the passengers do, i.e. as the line between Osaka-umeda and Kyoto-kawaramachi (except for special circumstances such as governmental procedures).

    The Kyoto Main Line was constructed in the following phases: 1. April 1, 1921: Jūsō – Awaji (by Kita-Osaka Electric Railway) 2. January 16, 1928: Awaji – Takatsuki-machi (present-day Takatsuki-shi) (by Shin-Keihan Railway) 3. November 1, 1928: Takatsuki-machi – Kyoto-Saiin (present-day Saiin) (by Shin-Keihan Railway) 4. March 31, 1931: Saiin – Keihan-Kyoto (present-day Ōmiya) (by Keihan Electric Railway) 5. February 18, 1959: The additional double tracks of the Takarazuka Main Line between Umeda (present-day Osaka-umeda) and Jūso now used exclusively by the Kyoto Main Line 6. June 17, 1963: Ōmiya – Kawaramachi (now Kyoto-kawaramachi) Prior to the merger of Hankyu Railway (then Hanshin Kyūkō Railway) and Keihan Electric Railway in 1943, the line and its branches were owned by the latter and called the Shin-Keihan (New Keihan) Line. In the breakup of the merger in 1949, the line was not ceded to Keihan and became a competitor of the Keihan Main Line.

    Regular operations

    In the timetable revised on December 21, 2013,regular trains are classified as follows: Local(普通, futsū) 1. Through service: All-stations "Local" trains operate between Osaka-umeda and Kita-Senri (on the Senri Line, connected at Awaji) and between Takatsuki-shi and Tengachaya (on the Osaka Metro Sakaisuji Line, via the Senri Line). Semi-Express(準急, junkyū) Sakaisuji Semi-Express(堺筋準急, sakaisuji junkyū) 1. Operated on weekday rush hours, Saturdays and holidays 2. Through service: Sakaisuji Sem...

    Extra services

    1. Rapid Limited Express(快速特急, kaisoku tokkyū) 1.1. Osaka-umeda - Arashiyama: "Sagano(さがの, named after the district in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto)" 1.2. Kyoto-kawaramachi - Arashiyama: "Ogura(おぐら, named after Mount Ogura)" 2. Direct Limited Express(直通特急, chokutsū tokkyū) - Through services to Arashiyama Line, Osaka Metro Sakaisuji Line, Takarazuka Main Line and the Kobe Main Line. 2.1. Kosoku Kobe - Arashiyama: "Atago(あたご, named after Mount Atago)" 2.2. Takarazuka - Arashiyama (via the Imazu Line): "Toge...

    Legends: 1. ● : Trains stop. 2. | : Trains pass. Local trains stop at all stations. No trains stop at Nakatsu which is served by Local trains on the Kobe Main Line and the Takarazuka Main Line, because of the absence of any platforms on this line. Thus, in operation, Nakatsu Station is not listed on the Kyoto Line. The starting point of the distances (km) shown is Jūsō Station, which is officially the starting point of the Kyoto Main Line.

  9. Kobe - Wikitravel › en › Kobe

    Sannomiya Station offers connections to the Japan Rail (JR), Hanshin, Hankyu and subway lines. From there, a small trip on the subway will link you to the Shin-Kobe bullet train station (¥200). If coming from Sannomiya to the airport, be sure to board a train marked "Kobe Airport", as some head to the Kita Futo branch line instead.

  10. Hankyū Kyoto Main Line : definition of Hankyū Kyoto Main Line ... › Hankyū Kyoto Main Line › en-en

    In addition, the additioanl double tracks of the Takarazuka Main Line between Umeda and Jūso now used exclusibly by the Kyōto Main Line was opened on February 18, 1959. References ^ News release on December 9, 2009 - Hankyu Corporation ^ News release on March 30, 2012 - City of Nagaokakyō and Hankyu Corporation See also. Hankyu Kobe Line

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