The Info List - Keihan Main Line

The Keihan Main Line
Keihan Main Line
(京阪本線, Keihan-honsen) is a railway line in Japan operated by Keihan Electric Railway. The line runs between Sanjō Station in Kyoto
and Yodoyabashi Station
Yodoyabashi Station
in Osaka. There are through services to the Keihan Ōtō Line
Keihan Ōtō Line
and the Keihan Nakanoshima Line. Trains from Kyoto
to Osaka
are treated as "down" trains, and from Osaka
to Kyoto
as "up" trains.


1 Train services 2 Stations 3 Rolling stock 4 History 5 See also 6 References

Train services[edit] As of August 20, 2017, the following services are operated.[1]

Liner (ライナー, Liner) (Ln)- "down" trains only, on weekday mornings All cars reserved seating (Starting station only) Rapid Limited Express "Rakuraku" (快速特急"洛楽", Kaisoku Tokkyū "Rakuraku") (RLE) Premium car is reserved seating only Limited Express (特急, Tokkyū) (LE) Premium car is reserved seating only Commuter Rapid Express (通勤快急, Tsūkin Kaikyū) (CRE) - "down" trains only, on weekday mornings Rapid Express (快速急行, Kaisoku Kyūkō) (RE) Midnight Express (深夜急行, Shinya Kyūkō) (ME) - "up" trains only A train departs from Yodoyabashi for Kuzuha at 0:20 a.m. and passes Moriguchishi and Hirakata-kōen. Express (急行, Kyūkō) (Ex) Commuter Sub-express (通勤準急, Tsūkin Junkyū) (CSbE) - "down" trains only, on weekday mornings Trains are operated from Demachiyanagi, Kuzuha, Hirakatashi to Yodoyabashi or Nakanoshima in the morning and pass Moriguchishi. Sub-express (準急, Junkyū) (SbE) Semi-express (区間急行, Kukan Kyūkō) (SmE) Local (普通, Futsū) Trains stop at all stations.

Operation in non-rush hours per hour Limited express: 6 round trips between Yodoyabashi and Demachiyanagi Express: 3 round trips between Yodoyabashi and Kuzuha Sub. express: 3 round trips between Yodoyabashi and Demachiyanagi Local: 6 round trips between Nakanoshima and Kayashima, of which 3 extend to Demachiyanagi


S: Trains stop. s: limited stop , ↑, ↓: Trains pass. ↑, ↓: Only one direction. (M): Stations using melodies composed by musician Minoru Mukaiya
Minoru Mukaiya
in train departure announcements. For train abbreviations, see above.

Line name Station number Station SmE SbE CSbE Ex ME RE CRE LE RLE Ln Location

Through section from Temmabashi: L, SmE, SbE, CSbE, RE, CRE: to Nakanoshima on the Nakanoshima Line

Keihan Main Line KH01 Yodoyabashi (M) S S S S S S

S S S Chūō-ku, Osaka Osaka

KH02 Kitahama S S S S S S S S S

KH03 Temmabashi (M) S S S S S S S S S S

KH04 Kyōbashi (M) S S S S S S S S S S Miyakojima-ku, Osaka

KH05 Noe ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑ Jōtō-ku, Osaka

KH06 Sekime ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑

KH07 Morishōji ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑ Asahi-ku, Osaka

KH08 Sembayashi ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑

KH09 Takii ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑ Moriguchi

KH10 Doi ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑

KH11 Moriguchi-shi (M) S S ↑ S ↓ S ↑ ↑

KH12 Nishisansō S ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑ Kadoma

KH13 Kadoma-shi S ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑

KH14 Furukawabashi S ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑

KH15 Ōwada S ↑ ↓ ↑ ↑

KH16 Kayashima (M) S S S ↓ ↑ ↑ Neyagawa

KH17 Neyagawashi S S S S S S S ↑

KH18 Kōrien (M) S S S S S S S ↑

KH19 Kōzenji S S S ↓ ↑ ↑ Hirakata

KH20 Hirakata-kōen S S S S ↓ ↑ ↑

KH21 Hirakatashi (M) S S S S S S S S △

KH22 Gotenyama S S S ↓ ↑ ↑

KH23 Makino S S S ↓ ↑ ↑

KH24 Kuzuha (M) S S S S S S S S S

KH25 Hashimoto


Yawata Kyoto

KH26 Yawatashi (M) S S S ↑

KH27 Yodo ( Kyoto
Racecourse) (M) S S s ↑ s Fushimi-ku, Kyoto

KH28 Chūshojima (M) S S S S S S

KH29 Fushimi-Momoyama S S ↑

KH30 Tambabashi (M) S S S S S S

KH31 Sumizome S S ↑

KH32 Fujinomori S S ↑

KH33 Fukakusa (M) S S ↑

KH34 Fushimi-Inari S S S ↑

KH35 Toba-kaidō S S ↑ Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto

KH36 Tōfukuji S S ↑

KH37 Shichijō S S S S S S S

KH38 Kiyomizu-Gojō S S S ↑

KH39 Gion-Shijō S S S S S S S

KH40 Sanjō (M) S S S S S S S

Ōtō Line

KH41 Jingū-Marutamachi S S S ↑ Sakyō-ku, Kyoto

KH42 Demachiyanagi (M) S S S S S S S

Rolling stock[edit]

Keihan 3000 series express in January 2018

Keihan 13000 series express in August 2017

History[edit] The Temmabashi to Kiyomizu-Gojo section opened as dual track, electrified at 1,500 V DC, in 1910, and was extended to Sanjo in 1915. The Temmabashi to Yodoyabashi section opened in 1963.[citation needed] See also[edit]

List of railway lines in Japan

References[edit] This article incorporates material from the corresponding article in the Japanese.

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