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However, due to the large number of collapses, the Tokaido Main Line will be changed to the route through the Nihonzaka Tunnel, which was created during the war in the bullet train plan that became the prototype of the current Shinkansen, in 1944 (Showa 19).

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Tokaido Main Line

Tokaido Main Line(Tokaidouhonsen) isTokyoChiyoda Ward OfTokyo StationからHyogoKobe CityChuo-ku OfKobe stationTie upJR OfRailway line(Main line).In addition to this, it has many branch lines.It is the oldest railway line in Japan, and has been the main artery of Japan's railway transportation and logistics since the first railway was laid in Japan in the Meiji era.

JR lineThere are only three passenger companies under the jurisdiction of Tokyo Station.Atami StationUntilEast Japan Railway(JR East), from Atami StationMaibara StationUntilTokai passenger railway(JR Central), from Maibara Station to Kobe StationWest Japan Railway CompanyIt is under the jurisdiction of (JR West).Some freight branch linesJapan Freight RailwayExcept for the jurisdiction of (JR Freight), the jurisdiction of the branch line is the same company as the connecting main line (""Route dataSee section).

In a broad sense,Tokaido/Sanyo ShinkansenFrom Tokyo StationShin-Kobe StationThe section up to is also included in the Tokaido Main Line (described later), but in this itemConventional lineI will describe the outline and history of the Tokaido Main Line as a whole. For the Shinkansen, see "Tokaido Shinkansen""Sanyo ShinkansenFor more information on conventional lines by region, see the following articles.


The Tokaido Main LineTokyoからYokohama-Shizuoka-浜 松-Nagoya-京都-OsakaSuch asPacific beltIs said to beHonshu OfThe Pacific OceanThrough each city on the sideKobeIt is a line with a total length of 589.5 km (excluding branch lines).

Of this lineShimbashi Station(AfterShiodome Freight Station, Current / abolished)- Yokohama Station(CurrentSakuragicho Station) BetweenJapanAs the first railroad1872(MeijiIt opened in 5 years).Then in Kansai1874(Meiji 7)Osaka Station - Kobe stationAfter opening the line and extending the route several times1889(Meiji 22) In July, the entire line between Shimbashi Station and Kobe Station opened.Capital AreaKeihanshinWas connected by rail. afterwards,Tokyo StationThe current Tokaido Main Line has been completed after the opening of the Tokaido Line and the route change in the mountains. longJapan National RailwayIt was a single line operated by (JNR),1987(Showa62) FebruaryPrivatization of the national railway divisionThe jurisdiction is divided into three companies, JR East, JR Tokai, and JR West, and these three passenger companies are the first type.Railway operatorAs a second-class railway operator, JR Freight uses the tracks of three passenger companies to own railroad tracks and operate passenger trains.freight trainIt became a system to operate.

After the opening of all lines, it has become a representative artery of Japan, connecting Tokyo and Keihanshin.Honor trainMany were operating,1964(39) Aimed to increase transportation capacity in OctoberTokaido ShinkansenWhen the service opened, long-distance passenger transportation was handed over to the Shinkansen, and parallel passenger transportation on the Tokaido Main Line shifted to a system centered on regional transportation. On the other hand, freight transportation has been positioned as an aorta until now, and many freight trains are operated by JR freight.[1].. The climate isSekigaharaExcept for the vicinity, it is warm all year round, and the gradient has been suppressed by improvement.

The name of the line used to beEdoWas connecting Kyoto withTokaidoIt is because it was built along the route along. However,Atsuta Station - Kusatsu StationIn the meantimeNakasendoFrom the background of the route planning via, Nakasendo andMinojiAlong with. This is the route of the medieval Tokaido[2]..In modern times, as a main road parallel to the Tokaido Main LineTomei-New Tomei-Famous god-New MeishinSuch ashighwayandNational Route 1But bothTokyo area-Nagoya area-Osaka area OfThree major metropolitan areasAlthough it connects, the route is significantly different in some sections.

In the "Japanese National Railways line name" during the JNR era, "" is used to refer to this line.Tokaido Main LineIs used, and "Tokaido LineThe name is not only the Tokaido main line and its branch lines,Yamanote Line-Yokosuka Line-Gotemba Line-Minobu Line-Iida Line-Taketoyo Line-Fukuchiyama LineIt was used as a general term including as a branch line. However, the "Basic Plan for Succession of Businesses of Japanese National Railways and Succession of Rights and Obligations" formulated when JNR was split and privatized[3] The name of this line (not including the Gotemba line) is defined as "Tokaido line". Since then, both names have been used side by side. For exampleMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismDocuments issued and supervised by the ministryRailway handbook], The name of "Tokaido Line" is used, and the name of "Tokaido Main Line" is used in the announcement of the JR line name. However, both names are mixed on the websites of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and JR companies.

In the suburbs of Tokyo, "Tokaido LineIs for Odawara / AtamiMedium distance trainAnd limited express trains, Tokyo Station- Ofuna StationShort-distance trains that run in parallel between them (formerlynational railroad) On the Yamanote LineKeihin Tohoku Line-Yokosuka LineSuch asSystem nameDistinguish by using[Annotation 7]..In addition, after the JNR division and privatization, JR WestUrban networkIn the section under the jurisdiction of the Keihanshin district of the companyLine nicknameSet on the Tokaido Main LineMaibara Station - Kyoto StationIn the meantimeLake Biwa Line, Kyoto Station-between Osaka Station "JR Kyoto Line, Osaka Station-between Kobe Station "JR Kobe Line”Line nickname was set[Annotation 8]..In the Kansai region, it is common to call it by nickname even in daily conversation, and the media in the Kansai region also reports by nickname.

Most trains from Kobe Station, the final stopSanyo Main LineBecause it is driving directly, "Tokaido / Sanyo Main LineMay be collectively called.2015 OfUeno Tokyo LineFrom Tokyo Station, the starting point for openingTohoku Main Line OfUtsunomiya Linesection·Takasaki Line-Joban LineThe Tokaido Main Line has been operated on the Keihin Tohoku Line and Yamanote Line.Train lineIt was also connected in earnest to the Tohoku Main Line, which was only connected.As a result, direct operation with the Tohoku Main Line and Sanyo Main Line of the aorta of Honshu has come to be performed at the starting point and the ending point.

Between Tokyo Station and Odawara Station on the JR East section is the Yamanote Line, Keihin Tohoku Line, Yokosuka Line,Tokaido Freight LineIncludingMultiple linesAbove (8 lines between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station), Nagoya Station on the JR Central section-Inazawa Station, Kusatsu Station on the JR West section (Biwako Line, JR Kyoto Line, JR Kobe Line) -Kobe Station ing.Sanyo Main LineKobe Station- Nishi Akashi StationThe section between Kusatsu Station and Nishi-Akeishi Station is the longest double-track section in Japan (120.9km).Limited expressIt is used for high-speed operation and handling trains with different speeds.

The Tokaido Shinkansen (jurisdiction is JR Tokai) was constructed as an extension of the Tokaido Main Line, so from that perspective, the Shinkansen andSanyo ShinkansenShin-Osaka Station - Shin-Kobe StationIf the section (JR West) is included in the Tokaido Main Line and Shin-Kobe Station is Kobe Station, the Tokaido Main Line will be a double-track line (or more) for all sections except for the branch line.1982 OfTohoku ShinkansenBefore the opening, the Shinkansen was treated as a complete line increase, but the JR line name announcement treats the Tokaido Shinkansen and Sanyo Shinkansen Shin-Osaka Station-Shin-Kobe Station as an anonymous branch line of the Tokaido Main Line. On the other hand, it is treated as a different line in the basic business plan and "Railway Handbook".

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The history of the Tokaido Main Line is JapanRailway historySymbolizes[4].

Meiji period

In the Meiji era, the government lifted plans for a railway connecting Tokyo and Osaka, but at that timeTokaidoViaNakasendoSince there were two plans via the route and the direction was undecided, it was decided to open the branch line between Tokyo and Yokohama, which has a lot of flow, in advance.まずFirst1872(Meiji5 years)May 10(September 9th of the lunar calendar) at Shimbashi Station (later)Shiodome Station) --Yokohama Station (currentSakuragicho Station) Opened as the first railway in Japan.翌年following yearMay 9Freight trains have also started operating since.一方関西ではOn the other hand, in Kansai1874(7th year of Meiji)Osaka Station - Kobe stationAfter a temporary opening in between1877(10th year of Meiji)May 2ToKyoto Station --Started business between Kobe Station.1880(Meiji 13)OsakayamaVia Otsu Station (currentlyBiwakohama Otsu StationExtends to (near), Otsu Station- Nagahama StationIn betweenTaihu KisenbyBiwa lakeViaRailway ferryWas established[5].

1883(Meiji 16) In August, the government was already between Tokyo and Takasaki (currently)Takasaki Line) Was decided to be built, so it was decided to build the Tokyo-Osaka main railway via Nakasendo ()Nakasendo trunk line).中部地区ではこの中山道線建設のための資材輸送を目的として、現在Currently in the Chubu area for the purpose of transporting materials for the construction of this Nakasendo lineTaketoyo LineIncluding the section that isTaketoyo Station - Kisogawa StationBetween1886Opened in (19th year of Meiji).またAlso1884As part of the Nakasendo route in (Meiji 17)Ogaki Station - Sekigahara Station --The area between Nagahama Station is open[5].

However, in July 1886, the government changed the planned route of the Tokyo-Osaka railway from via Nakasendo, which was expected to be difficult to construct, to via Tokaido, saying that the construction period could be cut in half.[5]..However, due to the policy of actively utilizing existing routes to reduce the construction budget, the section between Nagoya and Kusatsu is not the Tokaido in the Edo period.MinojiIt was laid along the route along the Nakasendo.

After this, it became a big project, and construction proceeded at once.1887(Meiji 20) Kisogawa Station-Kano Station (currentlyGifu Station) --Between Ogaki Station, Yokohama Station- Kofu Stationwhile,Hamamatsu Station - Obu StationThe interval is open.The section between Taketoyo Station and Obu Station has been made into a branch line.1889(Meiji 22) between Kozu Station and Hamamatsu Station (currentlyGotemba LineVia), and Sekigahara Station in July of the same year- Maibara Station --Baba Station (currentZensho Station) Opened, thus, 17 years after the opening of the Shimbashi Station-Yokohama Station section, 600.2km from Shimbashi Station to Kobe Station was connected by a railroad.At that time, all direct trains operated one round trip, and the time required was just over 1 hours.なお正式な路線名称はこれまで設定されていなかったが、20年(明治1895年)には「東海道線」の路線名称が与えられたThe official line name has not been set so far, but in 28 (Meiji XNUMX), the line name of "Tokaido Line" was given.[5]..The routes at this time were different in the difficult traffic areas of Izu / Hakone, Mt. Ibukiyama, and Osakayama.

At the beginning, "PostCustomers will not come tocarAs a result of opposition from the post station, such as "I will start a fire", it is said that many stations were set up at points away from the post station because many routes were constructed in the suburbs because land could not be acquired in the city area (Railroad repellent legend).ただし、当時の新聞記事や県の記録などには、東海道各宿が積極的な誘致運動を行っていた記録はあるが、反対運動を行っていたという記録が見つからないことから、これを否定する見解もあるHowever, although there are records in newspaper articles and prefecture records at that time that each inn on the Tokaido was actively campaigning for attraction, we cannot find a record that it was campaigning against it, so we deny this. There is also an opinion[6].

Sino-Japanese warAfter the end of the war1895(Meiji 28) In October, it extends west from Kobe StationSanyo Railway(CurrentSanyo Main Line) WithDirect operationHas begun.翌Next time1896(Meiji 29) between Shimbashi Station and Kobe StationExpress train(No express charge required, travel time reduced by about 4 hours to 17 hours and 22 minutes)1900(Meiji 33)Sleeper,1901(Meiji 34)Dining carConsolidation has also started.1906The express train appeared in (Meiji 39),1909In (Meiji 42), the distance between Shimbashi Station and Kobe Station was shortened to 12 hours and 50 minutes.明治最後の年であるThe last year of the Meiji era1912The express train was in (Meiji 45)Special expressChanged to (Limited Express), Shimbashi Station-Sanyo Main LineShimonoseki StationIt was operated between.

Taisho period / early Showa period

1914(Taisho 3) On December 12thTokyo StationOpened, and the station became the starting point of the Tokaido Main Line.同時に東京駅 - 高島駅間で電車(現在のAt the same time, a train between Tokyo Station and Takashima Station (currentlyKeihin Tohoku Line) Has started operation[5].

In the Taisho era, it was necessary to change the route in the above-mentioned difficult places in order to increase the transportation capacity. One of them, Osakayama (between Otsu Station and Kyoto Station) isShin Osakayama Tunnel / Higashiyama TunnelIs newly built1921It became the current route in (Taisho 10). As a result, the time required between Tokyo Station and Kobe Station by limited express train was 11 hours and 45 minutes. We decided to construct another route for the Izu / Hakone area (between Kozu Station and Numazu Station).1925By (Taisho 14) Kozu Station- Atami StationThe section was opened as the "Atami Line", but between Atami Station and Numazu StationTanna TunnelDue to the difficult construction of the building, the opening was delayed. On the other hand, around this time, the electrification work of the train line started from the Tokyo side.1928(ShowaBy 3 years) Tokyo Station-Atami Station electrification completed, until thensteam locomotiveSubstitute forElectric locomotiveOperation has also started[5].

In 1929 (Showa 4), the first limited express with a nickname "Fuji""SakuraHowever, in 1930 (Showa 5), ​​the super express "swallowAppears.1934The Tanna Tunnel opened in 9, and the current route between Kozu Station and Numazu Station was completed. The old route has been renamed the Gotemba Line. At the same time, the electrified section was between Tokyo Station and Numazu Station, and the distance between Tokyo Station and Kobe Station on "Tsubame" was 8 hours and 37 minutes. Also, after the same year, trains in the Keihanshin area (Slow train-Express train[Annotation 9]) Has started operation.1937In July (Showa 12), the limited express train became a system of 7 round trips a day, and this was the golden age of the Tokaido Main Line before the war. HoweverSino-Japanese warAndPacific WarWhen the wartime system began, freight trains were increased and lengthened to carry various supplies, limited express trains were abolished, and sleepers and dining cars disappeared. Also1945Upon entering, by Allied aircraftAir raid,Machine gun sweepDestroyed stations, railroad tracks, and vehicles[5][7].

Mid Showa period

1945Japan will be defeated in (20). After thatConfusionFor power shortages and running steam locomotivescoalIn addition to the shortage, the train schedule was disturbed due to the introduction of Allied trains, and at one point, limited express trains, express trains, and first-class and second-class cars did not run at all. Also due to lack of passenger carstruckPassenger transport was also carried out by.

1948The express train was finally revived in (23).1949After the establishment of the Japanese National Railways as a public corporation in (24), the first limited express train "Heiwa" after the war started operation (later renamed "Tsubame"), and the electrified section was again west from Numazu Station. Stretching was started.1950(25) is the limited express "Tsubame" in addition to "Tsubame"HatoHas appeared, and the time required during the war has been shortened to prewar levels. In addition, at the Tokyo exit, passenger car ordinary trains have been converted to trains.Shonan train"Operation has started[5].

1956(Showa 31), the electrification of the entire Tokaido Main Line was completed. As a result, the limited express "Tsubame" and "Hato" will be between Tokyo Station and Osaka Station in 7 hours and 30 minutes.1958(Showa 33)20 series passenger carSleeper train byBlue train) Started operation. Also151 seriesThe first train limited express usingechoStarted operation, connecting Tokyo Station-Osaka Station in 6 hours and 50 minutes, and Tokyo Station-Kobe Station in 7 hours and 20 minutes.1960In (35), "Tsubame" and "Hato" were also converted to trains, and parlor cars that replaced the conventional observation cars were connected. In addition to this, many excellent trains were increased.[4][5].. On a freight train1959(Showa 34) High-speed container train "BecauseThe service has started[7].. Meanwhile, around this timeHigh economic growth,Tokyo Olympics (1964)In response to the decision to hold the event, a plan to increase the number of lines to increase transportation capacity was raised.Standard gaugeDecided to build another line.1959Construction started in (Showa 34), and this isTokaido ShinkansenWill be opened as[8].

Late Showa / Early Heisei

1964(Showa 39) October 10, Tokaido Shinkansen Tokyo Station- Shin-Osaka StationThe interval is open. The fastest train at that time "HikariI drove between the two stations in 4 hours at the beginning and 3 hours and 10 minutes from the following year. As a result, the leading role of transportation between Tokyo and Keihanshin has moved to the Shinkansen.Conventional lineMany of the daytime honor trains were abolished on the Tokaido Main Line, which came to be called, and instead changed to a route mainly for regional transportation.[4].. Since the 1970s, in the Keihanshin area, as an intercity express train that competes with parallel competitors' linesLimited expressWas newly established. Similarly, rapid trains by train have appeared in the Nagoya area. In the metropolitan areaCommuting five-sided strategyWith Shonan train as part ofYokosuka LineOf the trainSeparation of railroad tracks 1980It is held in (55)[9].1984After (59), the number of short-distance trains will be increased and the timetable will be changed even in the Shizuoka / Nagoya area where the number of trains was small.

1987(62) Held on April 4stPrivatization of the national railway divisionAs a result, the Tokaido Main Line was divided into three passenger companies and one freight company, and transportation improvements were made according to the regional circumstances of each company. In the Tokyo metropolitan area of ​​JR East, where the rush hour is intense, congestion was eased by increasing the number of trains, and in the Nagoya area of ​​JR Central and the Keihanshin area of ​​JR West, which compete with other companies, the number of rapid trains was increased and the speed was increased. For commutersCommuter linerAlso appeared one after another in each region. furtherAirport access limited expressBoarding,1997Keihanshin slow-moving train from (9)JR Tozai Line-Takarazuka LineDirect driving,2001(13) OpeningShonan Shinjuku Line[JR East 1] We are also introducing new modes of operation. JR Freight has increased the speed of freight trains,2004In (16), a power-distributed freight train "Super Rail CargoHas started operation[1].

After the latter half of Heisei

In the Keihanshin area even after the latter half of HeiseiHokuriku Main LineTsuruga StationDirect current to the south, in the Greater Tokyo areaUeno Tokyo Line[JR East 2]Due to such reasons, direct operation from this line has been expanded, and ordinary trainsGreen carPrice cut, additional charge system for Keihanshin area Special Rapid ServiceA sheetThere are also changes in seating services such as the new establishment of.On the other hand, the above-mentioned commuter liner has been shrinking except in the Shizuoka area due to the change of the limited express at the same time as the replacement of the train and the abolition of the train itself.

Night trainsaviation(Domestic flights) AndExpress BusThe number of users has decreased due to being pushed by2009As of (21), the Blue Train departing from and arriving at Tokyo Station disappeared.With Tokyo Station as a night trainOgaki StationThe so-called "Ogaki nocturnal" that connected1996Rapid train with reserved seats from (9)While moonlightWas driven as[10]However, after 2009, it was also made into a temporary train.[JR East 3], 2020 (Reiwa 2nd year) Spring was the last operation[JR Sea 1][11]..After that, the regular night trains only leave one round trip for the limited express "Sunrise Seto / Izumo" not only on this line but also on the entire JR line.[4]..On the other hand, as a group special train, JR East's "TRAIN SUITE Shikishima, JR West Japan Railway CompanyTWILIGHT EXPRESS RuifuA new luxury sleeper train (so-called cruise train) has appeared, and the area of ​​each company on this line is also included in the travel route.

In terms of station facilities, it appeared in 2001 (Heisei 13).SuicaStarting withICBoarding cardConsidering the expansion of the usage area and mainly the use of foreignersStation numberingWas introduced in each company's area, and by 2021 (Reiwa 3), all sections of the Tokaido Main Line except the Mino-Akasaka branch line became compatible with these.Focusing on stations with many users in metropolitan areasHome doorIs also being installed.

Chronological Table

Here, we will mainly describe the transition of the railway line and the opening, renovation and abolition of stations. Stations marked with * are stations that are no longer stations on the Tokaido Main Line due to line separation. For the history of train operation, see "#Related itemSee the article listed in the section.

Shimbashi Station-To all the lines between Kobe Station

Shimbashi Station-After all the lines between Kobe Station

  • 1889 (22th year of Meiji)
    • May 7: Fork (laterFukaya Station[Annotation 10]) --Nagaoka Station (currentOmi Nagaoka Station) --Baba station (43M22C ≒ 69.64 km, Sekigahara station --4M45C ≒ 7.34 km between branch points) has been extended and opened.All lines between Shimbashi Station and Kobe Station(Direct train is one round trip a day. About 1 hours one way. Fares are 1 yen).長岡駅・Nagaoka StationMaibara Station-Hikone Station-Notogawa Station・ Yawata Station (currentOmihachiman Station)・Kusatsu StationIs open. Harusho station is abolished. Fork-Nagahama station is closed. The passenger business between Banba Station and Otsu Station will be abolished and become a freight branch line. Taihu Kisen's Nagahama Station-Otsu Station route abolished.
    • May 7: Changed the unit of business distance to mile chain (Shimbashi station-Kobe station 376M24C65L → 376M31C, junction-Nagahama station 9M67C65L → 9M60C).
  • 1890(23th year of Meiji)
  • 1891(24th year of Meiji)
    • May 1: Fukaya Station-Nagahama Station is resumed as a freight branch line. (Currency) at the junction with the main lineFukaya StationIs open. Double track between Gotemba Station and Numazu Station.
    • March 3: Oyama Station-Gotemba Station is double tracked.
    • May 6 : Anjo Station-Yasu StationOpened.
  • 1894(27th year of Meiji)
    • May 4: Nishinomiya Station-Double track between Sannomiya Station.
    • August: Later Oi Union and laterOsaki StationThe military short-circuit line connecting the two is completed.
    • September: Completed the military short-circuit line between Kanagawa Station and Hogaya Station.
  • 1895(28th year of Meiji)
    • April 4: Line name established, Shimbashi Station-Kobe Station, Ofuna Station-Yokosuka Station, Ofu Station-Taketoyo Station, Fukaya Station-Nagahama Station, Yonehara Station-Tsuruga Station-Kanagasaki Station[12], Baba Station-between Otsu StationTokaido LineAnd
  • 1896(29th year of Meiji)
    • Date unknown: Gotemba Station-Opened Kamiyama Signal Station between Sano Station.
    • May 3: Double track between Osaka Station and Nishinomiya Station.
    • May 4 : Futagawa StationOpened.
    • February 5:Kawase StationOpened.
    • May 7: Mukomachi Station-Suita Station is double tracked.
    • November: The freight branch line between Fukaya Station and Nagahama Station is suspended.
  • 1896 (Meiji 29) Degree: Kanagawa Station-Military short-circuit line between Hougaya StationMinistry of ArmyTake over from.
  • 1897(30th year of Meiji)May 3: Otani Station-Double track between Kyoto Station.
  • 1898(31th year of Meiji)
    • May 4: Double track between Baba station and Otani station, and double track between Baba station and Kyoto station is completed.
    • May 6 : Chigasaki Station・ Mishima Station (first generation, currentShimo-Togari Station) Is opened.
    • February 7:Tenryugawa StationOpening of business.
    • May 7: Kambara Station-Double track between Okitsu Station.
    • May 8: Kanagawa Station-The short-circuit line between Hogaya Station (2M16C ≒ 3.54 km) opened and was incorporated into the main line.The branch lines are between Kanagawa Station-Yokohama Station and Hogaya Station-Yokohama Station.Double track between Yokohama Station and Ofuna Station.Branch line Baba station-Resumed passenger business between Otsu station, Ishiba station-Otsu station break km (3C ≒ 0.06km extension).
    • May 10: Kyoto Station-Double track between Mukomachi Station.
    • May 12: Ofuna station-Chigasaki station is double tracked.
    • May 12: Double track between Iwabuchi station-Kamabara station, Okitsu station-Shizuoka station.
  • 1899(32th year of Meiji)
    • May 2: Suita Station-Double track between Osaka Station.
    • May 2: Numazu Station-Double track between Suzukawa Station.
    • June 6: Non-business line between Numazu Station and Jamatsu Station opens.
    • May 7: Atsuta Station-Nagoya Station is double tracked.
    • May 8: Hiratsuka Station-Kouzu Station is double tracked.
    • October 10: Between Sekigahara Station and Nagaoka StationKashiwara StationThe current line (6M28C ≒ 10.22 km) via the route opens.The old line is suspended.
    • May 12: The old line between Sekigahara Station-Fukaya Station-Nagaoka Station (6M28C) and the freight branch line between Fukaya Station-Nagahama Station (9M60C ≒ 15.69 km) are abolished. (Currency) Fukaya station is abolished.
  • 1900(33th year of Meiji)
    • Date unknown: Yasu Station-Opened Yasu River Signal Station between Kusatsu Station.
    • May 2: Kashiwara StationSamegai StationIs open. Sekigahara Station-Nagaoka Station is revised according to the actual situation (55C ≒ 1.11km extension).
    • May 2 : Hara StationOpened.
    • May 4: Double track between Chigasaki Station and Hiratsuka Station.
    • May 6: Kusatsu Station-Double track between Baba Station.
    • May 11: Fuji Station-Opened Fuji River Signal Station between Iwabuchi Station. Suzukawa Station-Double track between Fujikawa signal station.
  • 1900 (Meiji 33): Renamed Kamiyama Signal Station to Kamiyama Signal Station, Yasugawa Signal Station to Yasugawa Signal Station, and Fujikawa Signal Station to Fujikawa Signal Station.
  • 1901(34th year of Meiji)
    • February 2: Kozu Station-Yamakita Station is double tracked.
    • May 3: Opened Oi Renkansho between Shinagawa Station and Omori Station. Oi Renkansho-Freight trains start operating between Osaki Station.
    • May 6: Yamakita Station-Double track between Oyama Station. Completed double tracking of all sections corresponding to the current Gotemba line.
    • August 8: The Oi Renkansho-Osaki Station (1C ≒ 72 km) officially opens.
    • May 8: Ogaki Station-Double track between Tarui Station.
    • May 10 : Hiranuma StationOpened.
    • May 11: Yawata Station-Double track between Yasu Station.
    • May 11: Notogawa Station-Double track between Yawata Station.
    • May 12: Kawase Station-Double track between Notogawa Station.
    • May 12: Maibara Station-Kawase Station is double tracked.
    • December 12: Sekigahara Station-Nagaoka Station is double tracked.
  • 1902(35th year of Meiji)
    • January 1: Konya Seki Station opens on the Otsu Line.
    • May 2: Tarui Station-Double track between Sekigahara Station.
    • February 4:Ninomiya StationOpened.
    • June 6: Double track between Yasu Station and Kusatsu Station. Yasugawa signal station is abolished.
    • May 9: Gamagori Station-Double track between Okazaki Station.
    • November 11: Double track between Nagaoka Station and Maibara Station. Shimbashi Station-Kobe Station break km, 1C ≒ 8km extension in the same section. Between Maibara Station-Tsuruga Station-Kanegasaki StationHokuriku LineSeparated as[13].
    • May 11: Changed the unit of business distance to miles only (Shimbashi Station-Kobe Station 375M17C → 375.2M, Kanagawa Station-Yokohama Station 1M55C → 1.7M, Hogaya Station-Yokohama Station 2M38C → 2.5M).
    • May 12: Shizuoka Station-Opened Ishibe Signal Station between Yaizu Station. Shizuoka Station-Double track between Ishibe signal station.
  • 1903(36th year of Meiji)
    • May 1: Opened Kawakami Signal Station between Hogaya Station and Totsuka Station, and Ashigara Signal Station between Oyama Station and Gotemba Station.
    • February 4:Ishiyama StationOpened.
    • July 7: Double track between Washizu Station and Toyohashi Station.
    • May 12: Kanaya Station-Double track between Horinouchi Station.
    • December 12: Gifu Station-Opened Nagara Signal Station between Hozumi Station. Gifu Station-Double track between Nagara signal station.
  • 1904(37th year of Meiji)
    • February 2: Nada Signal Station between Sumiyoshi Station and Sannomiya Station (currentlyTonada signal field) Established.
    • May 2: Hamamatsu Station-Maisaka Station is double tracked.
    • May 4 : Kamata StationOpened.
    • May 5: Opened Nozato Signal Station between Osaka Station and Kanzaki Station.
    • August 8: Maisaka Station-Washizu Station is double tracked.Inazawa StationOpened.
  • 1905(38th year of Meiji)
    • February 2: Opened Koyasu Signal Station between Tsurumi Station and Higashi-Kanagawa Station.
    • May 2: Tenryugawa Station-Hamamatsu Station is double tracked.
    • May 4: Horinouchi Station-Double track between Kakegawa Station.
  • 1906(39th year of Meiji)
    • April: Gamagori Station-Opened Ashiya Signal Station between Okazaki Station.
    • April 4: Relocated Kiyosu Station (first generation)Biwajima StationRenamed to. Opened Kiyosu signal station at the old station.
    • July 7: The freight branch line (Hiratsuka branch line) starting from Hiratsuka station opens as a non-business line.The name of the end point is unknown (also known as Hiratsuka cargo handling station).
    • July 7: Bentenjima Station (first generation) opens.
    • February 8:Hozumi StationOpened.
    • September 9: Bentenjima Station (first generation) is abolished.
  • 1907(40th year of Meiji)
    • May 3: Kiyosu signal station-Double track between Kisogawa stations.
    • March 3: Opened Tomoda Signal Station between Kanaya Station and Horinouchi Station, and Yaga Signal Station between Yamakita Station and Koyama Station.
    • May 3: Nagoya Station-Double track between Biwajima Station.
    • May 4: Biwajima Station-Double track between Kiyosu signal station.
    • May 4: Okitsu Station-Seikenji Temple between Ejiri StationTemporary boarding / alighting areaEstablished.Empress Shoken OfKiyomi TempleFor publicityTrainStopped.
    • May 4: Seikenji temporary boarding area is abolished.
    • May 4: Kiyosu signal station is abolished.
    • May 4: Yaizu Station-Shimada Station is double tracked.
    • May 6: Obu Station-Double track between Odaka Station.
    • June 6: Bentenjima temporary stop opens.
    • May 8: Freight branch line (Kobe Rinko Line) Nada Renkansho-Onohama cargo handling station (2.0M ≒ 3.22 km) opened.Renamed Nada Signal Station to Nada Renkansho.Onohama Cargo Handling Office (later Onohama Station →Kobe Port Station) Is opened.
    • May 9: Double track between Odaka Station and Atsuta Station.
    • November 11: Freight branch line Numazu station-Jamatsu station (1M), Hiratsuka branch line (2.0M ≒ 1.0 km) officially opened. (Currency) Jakumatsu Station (later)Numazu Port Station) Is officially opened.Kanagawa Station-Yokohama Station and Hogaya Station-Yokohama Station were integrated and changed between Kanagawa Station-Yokohama Station-Hougaya Station.
    • May 12: Kakegawa Station-Fukuroi Station is double tracked.
  • 1908Around (Meiji 41): Onohama cargo handling station was changed to Onohama station.
  • 1908 (41th year of Meiji)
    • May 2: Kariya station-Double track between Obu station.
    • February 2: Nishinomiya Station-Sumiyoshi Station opens a temporary boarding area (first generation).Established Mukogawa Temporary Signal Station (first generation) between Kanzaki Station and Nishinomiya Station, and Ashiya Temporary Signal Station (first generation) between Nishinomiya Station and Sumiyoshi Station.Nishinomiya ShrineTo respond to the increased number of trains accompanying the festival.
    • May 2: Eno temporary boarding area (first generation), Mukogawa temporary signal station (first generation), Ashiya temporary signal station (first generation) are abolished.
    • May 2: Nishinomiya Station-Okamoto temporary boarding / alighting station (first generation) opens between Sumiyoshi Station.Okamoto Bairin ParkFor passenger transport to.
    • March 3: Okamoto temporary boarding area (first generation) is abolished.
    • May 3: Fukuroi Station-Nakaizumi Station, Anjo Station-Kariya Station are double tracked.
    • April 4: Double track between Hozumi Station and Ogaki Station.
    • May 6: Toyohashi Station-Double track between Goyu Station.
    • May 6: Goyu Station-Gamagori Station is double tracked.
    • May 7: Okazaki Station-Double track between Anjo Station.
    • May 9: Changed Ashiya signal station to stationKoda StationOpened.
    • May 9 : Higashi-Kanagawa StationOpened.
    • May 10: Between Nakaizumi Station and Tenryugawa StationTenryu RiverOpened Tenryu Bridge signal station on the east bank.
    • November 11: Nakaizumi Station-Tenryu Bridge signal station is double tracked.
    • May 11: Opened Takahata Temporary Signal Station between Fukida Station and Osaka Station, Mukogawa Temporary Signal Station (2nd generation) between Kanzaki Station and Nishinomiya Station, and Ashiya Temporary Signal Station (2nd generation) between Nishinomiya Station and Sumiyoshi Station.Kobe PortObserving ceremonyEstablished to accommodate the increased number of trains held.
    • November 11: Takahata Temporary Signal Station, Mukogawa Temporary Signal Station (19nd generation), Ashiya Temporary Signal Station (2nd generation) are abolished.
  • 1909(42th year of Meiji)
    • February 2: Okamoto temporary boarding area (8nd generation) opens.
    • May 4 : Fuji StationOpened.
    • June 6: Kisobashi signal station opened between Kisogawa station and Gifu station.Nagara signal station is abolished.
    • June 6: Kisobashi signal station-Gifu station, Nagara signal station-Hozumi station is double tracked.
    • May 10 : National Railway Track NameEnacted.新橋駅 - 神戸駅間、支線 神奈川駅 - 横浜駅 - 程ヶ谷駅間、貨物支線 沼津駅 - 蛇松駅間、灘聯絡所 - 小野浜駅間をShimbashi Station-Kobe Station, Branch Line Kanagawa Station-Yokohama Station-Hougaya Station, Freight Branch Line Numazu Station-Jamatsu Station, Nadarenkansho-Onohama StationTokaido Main LineAnd.大井聯絡所 - 大崎駅間をOi Union Station-between Osaki StationYamanote LineFreight branch line, Ofuna station-between Yokosuka stationYokosuka Line, Obu Station-Between Taketoyo StationTaketoyo Line, Baba Station-between Otsu StationOtsu LineAs separated.
    • February 11:Yomune StationIs open. Mochimune Station-Ishibe Signal Station between Yaizu Station is abolished.
    • May 11: Mochimune Station-Opened Ishibe Temporary Signal Station between Yaizu Station.
    • May 12: Hamamatsucho Station-The train line between Kasumori Station (0.7M ≒ 1.13 km) opens.Hamamatsucho Station-Shinagawa Station is double-tracked (train line laid).Tamachi Station-Hamamatsucho Station・ Kasumori Station (currentShimbashi Station) Is open. The beginning of the Yamanote Line as an urban loop line.
    • December 12: Nishinomiya Station-Sumiyoshi Station between Eki Temporary Boarding and alighting (21nd generation) opened (same purpose as the 2st generation). Mukogawa temporary signal station (3rd generation) opened between Kanzaki station and Nishinomiya station, and Ashiya temporary signal station (3rd generation) between Nishinomiya station and Sumiyoshi station (both abolition date unknown).
  • 1910(43th year of Meiji)
    • February 2: Opened Ibaraki River Temporary Signal Station (first generation) between Takatsuki Station and Ibaraki Station.
    • May 3: Fujikawa signal station-Double track between Iwabuchi station.
    • March 3: Fujikawa signal station is abolished.
    • May 3: Kyoto Station-Kichijoin Signal Station between Mukaimachi Station, Kamashiki Signal Station between Mukaimachi Station-Yamazaki Station, Kajiwara Signal Station between Yamazaki Station-Takatsuki Station, Tomita Signal between Takatsuki Station-Ibaraki Station Tsuboi signal station between Ibaraki station and Fukida station, Yamaguchi signal station between Fukida station and Osaka station, Mizuno signal station between Kanzaki station and Nishinomiya station, and launch signal station between Nishinomiya station and Sumiyoshi station. Opened.
    • May 4: Ibaraki River temporary signal station (first generation) is abolished.
    • May 6: The train line (0.7M) between Kasumori Station and Yurakucho Station is extended and opened.Yurakucho StationOpened.
    • August 8: Opened the temporary signal box (first generation) of the tunnel between Kambara Station and Okitsu Station (the date of abolition is unknown).
    • September 9: The train line (15M) between Yurakucho Station and Gofukubashi Station is extended and opened. Gofukubashi Station (Tokyo StationTemporary station) opens.
    • October 10: Changed Nada Renkansho to a station, and opened Nada Station (first generation).
    • May 10: Mochimune Station-Opened Isohama Temporary Signal Station between Yaizu Station.
    • May 11: Isohama Temporary Signal Station-Double track between Yaizu Station.
    • November 11: Opened Umekoji Temporary Signal Station and Katsura River Signal Station between Kyoto Station and Mukomachi Station. KISSHOIN signal station is abolished.
    • May 12: Ishibe temporary signal station abolished.
  • 1911(44th year of Meiji)
    • February 2: Umekoji temporary signal station opens as a temporary stop.Nishi Honganji-Chion-in OfDaihokaiA temporary station exclusively for worshipers.
    • May 3: Isohama temporary signal station is abolished. Kambara Station-Opened a temporary signal box (2nd generation) on the tunnel between Okitsu Station (date of abolition unknown).
    • May 3: Mochimune Station-Double track between Isohama temporary signal station.
    • March 3: Opened Takatsuka Signal Station between Hamamatsu Station and Maisaka Station.
    • April 4: Opened Kusanagi Signal Station between Ejiri Station and Shizuoka Station.
    • May 5: Freight branch line (Nagoya Port Line) Nagoya Station-Nagoya Minato Station (5.0M ≒ 8.05 km) opened. (Currency)Nagoyako StationOpening. Gongen signal station between Totsuka station, Kubo signal station between Totsuka station and Ofuna station, Shimosoga signal station between Kozu station and Matsuda station, Fujioka signal station and Iwanami between Gotenba station and Sano station Opened a signal station. Kamiyama signal station is abolished.
    • May 5: Changed the temporary stop at Umekoji to a camp, and opened the Umekoji camp.
    • June 6: Passenger business begins between Nagoya Station on the Nagoya Port Line and Nagoya Port Station.
    • September 9: Opened Yokohama Port Cargo Handling Office as a handling facility inside Yokohama Station.
  • 1912(45th year of Meiji)
    • February 4:Moriyama StationOpened.
    • April 4: Opened Ibarakigawa Temporary Signal Station (17nd generation) between Takatsuki Station and Ibaraki Station (date of abolition unknown).
    • June 6: Opened Okamigawa signal station between Kusatsu station and Ishiyama station.
    • July 7: Renamed Oyama Station to Suruga Station.
    • May 7: Renamed Iwanami Signal Station to Iwanami Signal Station.
    • May 7: Shimada Station-Double track between Kanaya Station.
  • 1913(Taisho2 years)
    • February 2: Kisogawa Station-Double track between Kisobashi signal station. Kisobashi signal station is abolished.
    • March 3: The Otsu Line (1M) will be incorporated into the cargo branch line. Ishiba Station and Konya Seki Station on the same line are abolished. Opened Shirasuka Signal Station between Washizu Station and Futagawa Station.
    • March 3: Opened Tsujido Signal Station between Fujisawa Station and Chigasaki Station.
    • April 4: Opened Otsuka Signal Station between Otani Station and Yamashina Station.
    • June 6: Renamed Baba Station to Otsu Station (1nd generation) and Otsu Station (2st generation) to Hamaotsu Station.
    • June 6: Opened Takashima cargo handling station as a handling inside Yokohama Station.
    • May 6: Umekoji Renkansho was changed to a station and Umekoji Station opened.
    • August 8: Changed the launch signal station to a stationAshiya StationIs open. The Tenryu River bridge has been double-tracked, and the entire line has been double-tracked.
    • October 10: Opened Miyahara Signal Station between Suita Station and Osaka Station. Yamaguchi signal station is abolished.
    • November 11: Opened Haranoya River Temporary Signal Station between Fukuroi Station and Nakaizumi StationHarano TanigawaFor bridge repair.
  • 1914(Taisho 3)
    • May 3: Harano Tanigawa temporary signal station abolished.
    • February 4:Azuchi stationOpened.
    • May 9: Suruga Station-Opened Takenoshita Temporary Signal Station between Gotemba Station.
    • May 10: Gifu Station-Opened Nagara River Temporary Signal Station (first generation) between Hozumi Station.
    • December 12: Renamed Nagaoka Station to Omi Nagaoka Station.
    • December 12: Changed Takashimacho Station and Oi Renkansho to stations between Tokyo Station and Kanagawa Station-Yokohama StationOimachi StationIs open. Shimbashi station (first generation) was renamed to Shiodome station, and Kasumori station was renamed to Shimbashi station (second generation).
      • Gofukubashi station abolished.Kuremonobashi Station-Tokyo Station (0.2M ≒ 0.32 km) was abolished, branch line Tokyo Station-Hamamatsucho Station (1.9M) was incorporated into the main line, and Hamamatsucho Station-Shinagawa Station (2.4M) was also included in the main line. ..Instead of passenger car driving between Shimbashi Station-Yokohama Station, train driving between Tokyo Station-Takashimacho Station (Keihin Train, nowKeihin Tohoku Line) Start, at the same time Shinagawa Station-Yokohama Station double track. Passenger business abolished between Shiodome Station and Shinagawa Station (3.1M).
    • May 12: Train Line Tamachi Station-Opened Izako Signal Station between Shinagawa Station[14].
  • 1915(Taisho 4)
    • May 1 : Araimachi StationOpened.
    • February 2: Established Sake Smell Signal Station between Yamakita Station-Yaga Signal Station and Aizawa Temporary Signal Station between Yaga Signal Station-Suruga Station.
    • February 2: Temporary boarding / alighting area (24nd generation) and Okamoto temporary boarding area (2nd generation) are abolished. Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-Passenger business between Nagoya Port Station is abolished.
    • April 4: Nagara River temporary signal station (first generation) is abolished.
    • May 5: Tenryu Bridge signal station is abolished.
    • June 6: Sakawa temporary signal station and Aizawa temporary signal station are abolished.
    • July 7: Opened Matsuzawa Temporary Signal Station between Suruga Station and Gotemba Station.
    • July 7: Renamed Sano Station to Susono Station.
    • August 8: Route change between Kanagawa Station and Hogaya Station (no breaks). Yokohama Station on the new line (15nd generation, currentYokohama Municipal Subway Line 3 OfTakashimacho Station(Nearby) is open.Takashimacho Station and Hiranuma Station on the old line are abolished.Renamed Yokohama Station (first generation) to Sakuragicho Station.Changed the starting point of the branch line to Sakuragicho Station from Kanagawa Station to Yokohama Station (0.7M ≒ 1.13km shortened).Sakuragicho Station-Hougaya Station (2.5M ≒ 4.02 km) is abolished.
      • At this point, the branch point between the main line and the branch line to Sakuragicho station was Kanagawa station, and both lines crossed over at Yokohama station. In addition, Takashimacho Station became the platform for the Keihin Railway at Yokohama Station.
    • May 8: Matsuzawa Temporary Signal Station / Takenoshita Temporary Signal Station abolished.
    • December 12: Opened Nagara River temporary signal box (25nd generation) between Gifu Station and Hozumi Station.
    • May 12: Freight branch line (Takashima Line) Hougaya Station-Higashi Yokohama Station (3.3M ≒ 5.31 km) opened.Higashi Yokohama StationOpening. Separated Takashima cargo handling station from Sakuragicho station and opened Takashima station. Branch line Yokohama Station-Sakuragicho Station electrification, freight business abolished. The Keihin train service section extends to Sakuragicho station.
  • 1916(Taisho 5)
    • January 1: Renamed Ichinomiya Station to Owari Ichinomiya Station.
    • May 3: Nagara River temporary signal station (2nd generation) is abolished.
    • April 4: Opened Takamiyagawa Temporary Signal Station between Hikone Station and Kawase Station (date of abolition unknown).
    • February 4:Yui StationOpened.
    • April 4: Yamanote Line Freight Branch Line Osaki Station-Oimachi Station is abolished.
    • May 5: Opened Otagawa temporary signal box (first generation) between Fukuroi Station and Nakaizumi Station (discontinuation date unknown).
    • May 7: Freight branch line (Shimizuko Line) Ejiri Station-Shimizu Minato Station (1.0M ≒ 1.61 km) opened. * (Currency)Shimizu Minato StationOpened.
    • May 8: Opened Sakawa Temporary Signal Station.
    • September 9: Bentenjima temporary stop changed to a stationBentenjima StationOpened.
    • November 11: Sakawa temporary signal station is abolished.
    • December 12: Changed Tsujido signal station to a stationTsujido StationOpened.
    • December 12: The Nagoya Port Line Yawata Union Station-Shirotori Station (8M ≒ 1.1 km) opens. (Currency)Shiratori StationOpening. At the junction between Nagoya Port and SwanYawata Union OfficeEstablished.
    • December 12: Opened Otagawa temporary signal box (13nd generation) between Fukuroi Station and Nakaizumi Station (discontinuation date unknown).
  • 1917(Taisho 6)
    • May 1: Opened Kobe Port Cargo Handling Office as a handling on Onohama Station.
    • February 2: Opened Kisobashi Temporary Signal Station (first generation) between Kisogawa Station and Gifu Station (discontinuation date unknown).
    • May 6: Takashima Line Tsurumi Station-Takashima Station (4.1M ≒ 6.66 km), Higashi-Kanagawa Station-Takashima Station (1.4M ≒ 2.25 km) opened.Irie signal station and Kai Kanagawa signal station opened.
    • October 10: Opened Numakawa Temporary Signal Station between Suzukawa Station and Fuji Station (discontinuation date unknown).
    • February 12:Nada Station(2nd generation) opens. Renamed (currency) Nada Station (first generation) to (currency) Dongtan Station.
  • 1918(Taisho 7)
    • January 1: Opened Setogawa Temporary Signal Station between Mochimune Station and Yaizu Station.
    • May 2: Izako signal station is abolished[14].
    • February 4:Tanna TunnelConstruction started.
    • May 5: The freight branch line between Kawasaki Station and Hama-Kawasaki Station (1M ≒ 2.7 km) opens. (Currency)Hamakawasaki StationOpened.
    • May 5: Opened Utajima Temporary Signal Station between Osaka Station and Kanzaki Station.
    • June 6: Opened Shinohara Signal Station.
    • May 8: Freight branch line (Northern freight line) Suita Station --Miyahara Union Office-- Miyahara marshalling yard --Utajima Renkansho --Kanzaki Station (6.8M ≒ 10.94 km) opened.Miyahara marshalling yard opened.Renamed Miyahara Signal Station to Miyahara Renkansho and Utajima Temporary Signal Station to Utajima Renkansho.
    • August 8: Setogawa temporary signal station is abolished.
    • September 9: Atsuta Station on the Freight Branch Line --Furuwatari Castle - ThousandBetween stations (3.0M ≒ 4.83 km), Umekoji Station- Tambaguchi StationThe space (1.8M ≒ 2.90 km) is open.
  • 1919(Taisho 8)
    • February 2: Opened Kisobashi Temporary Signal Station (25nd generation) between Kisogawa Station and Gifu Station (discontinuation date unknown).
    • March 3: Renamed Yawata Station to Omi Hachiman Station.
    • April 4: Opened Arao Union Office.
    • August 8: Branch line (branch line)Mino Akasaka Line) Ogaki Station-Arao Renkansho-Mino-Akasaka Station (3.1M ≒ 4.99 km) opened (Ogaki Station-Arao Renkansho is an overlapping section).Mino Akasaka StationOpened.
    • November 11: Opened Terakura Signal Station between Samegai Station and Maibara Station.
  • 1920(Taisho 9)
    • February 7:Inae StationOpened.
    • May 7: Takashima Line Higashi-Yokohama Station-Yokohama Minato Station (1.6M ≒ 2.57 km) extension opening.Separated the Yokohama Port cargo handling station from Sakuragicho Station and opened Yokohama Port Station.Passenger business begins between the new line and Tsurumi Station-Yokohama Station.
    • November 11: Opened Noda Signal Station between Anjo Station and Kariya Station.
    • December 12: Opened Tsuyuhashi Signal Station between Atsuta Station and Nagoya Station.
  • 1921(Taisho 10)
    • April 4: Changed Shinohara signal station to a stationShinohara StationOpened.
    • May 5: Gongen signal station, Kawakami signal station, Kubo signal station are abolished.
    • July 7: Katsurakawa signal station, Kamashiki signal station, Kajiwara signal station, Tomita signal station, Tsuboi signal station, Mizuno signal station are abolished.
    • February 8:Shin Osakayama TunnelIs completed, and the current line (7.2M ≒ 11.59 km) between Baba Station and Kyoto Station opens (double track).The old line (8.3M ≒ 13.36 km) between Baba Station-Otani Station-Inari Station is abolished.The section between Inari Station and Kyoto Station (1.8M ≒ 2.90 km) was transferred to the Nara Line.Otani Station, Otsuka Signal Station, Yamashina Station (first generation) abolished.Yamashina Station(2nd generation) ・Otsu Station(3rd generation) opens. Renamed Otsu Station (2nd generation) to Banba Station.
  • 1922(Taisho 11)
    • February 2: Koyasu signal station is abolished.
    • February 2: Opened the Sagamigawa temporary signal station between Chigasaki Station and Hiratsuka Station (the date of abolition is unknown).
    • April 4: Changed the signal station / union station to a signal field and the temporary signal station to a temporary signal field.
    • May 5: Changed Shimosoga signal field to a station *Shimosoga StationOpened.
  • 1923(Taisho 12)
    • Date unknown: Nozato signal box abolished.
    • February 6:Suita yardEstablished.
    • July 7: Qingdao signal box between Fujieda station-Shimada station, Umebashi signal box between Kakegawa station-Fukuroi station, Otsuka signal box between Oyu station-Gamagun station, Fukamizo between Gamagun station-Kouda station Opened a signal box.
    • February 9:Great Kanto EarthquakeOccurrence. The Yokohama station building was burnt down, and the train fell due to being pushed by earth and sand at Nebukawa station, causing major damage such as the interruption between Tokyo Station and Gotemba Station. It will be restored sequentially and all will be sent on October 10th.
  • 1924(Taisho 13)
    • April 4: Hiratsuka branch line (1M ≒ 1.0 km) is abolished.
    • May 7 : Settsu Tomita StationOpened.
    • May 8: Kobe Rinko Line Onohama Station-Kobe Port Station (1.0M) is extended and opened. Separated the Kobe Port cargo handling station from Onohama Station and opened Kobe Port Station (Kobe Minato-eki). Passenger business begins between the new line and Dongtan Station-Onohama Station.
    • October 10: Changed Takashima Line Kaikanagawa signal station to Chiwaka signal field.
  • 1925(Taisho 14)
    • May 1: Nagoya Station-Inazawa Station has 3 lines (Inazawa Line laid).
    • February 2: Wolf River signal box is abolished.
    • March 3: Freight branch line Miyahara signal box --Double track between Utajima signal box.
    • October 10: Suita Station-Opened the Kamiyadogawa temporary signal box between Osaka Station. Suita Station-Multiple tracks between the Kami-Yodogawa temporary signal box.
    • December 12: Yokohama Station-Kouzu Station is electrified.
  • 1926(Taisho 15)
    • February 2: Tsuyuhashi signal box is abolished.
    • May 4: Changed Kusanagi signal field to a stationKusanagi StationOpened.
    • May 7: Okitsu Station-between Ejiri StationSodeshi temporary stopOpened.
    • May 7: Keihin Train Line Tamachi Station-Opened a temporary turf signal box between Shinagawa Station (abolition date unknown, same location as the previous Izako signal station).
    • November 11: Opened a temporary signal box on the Setagawa River between Kusatsu Station and Ishiyama Station (date of abolition unknown).
    • November 11: Utajima signal box-Double track between Dongtan station. Utajima signal box is abolished.
  • 1927(Showa2 years)
    • February 2: Opened a temporary signal box (first generation) between Yui Station and Okitsu Station (abolition date unknown).
    • May 2: Noda signal box is abolished.
    • May 8: Ofuna Station-Fujisawa Station has 3 lines.
    • May 9: Terakura signal box is abolished.
    • September 9: Ofuna Station-Fujisawa Station is double tracked.
    • May 10: Fujisawa Station-Chigasaki Station has 3 lines.
    • May 11: Fujisawa Station-Tsujido Station has multiple tracks.
  • 1928(3)
    • May 1: Nagoyako Line Nagoyako Station-Horikawaguchi Station (1.2M ≒ 1.93 km) extended opening. (Currency)Horikawaguchi StationOpened.
    • February 2: Otsuka signal box and Fukamizo signal box are abolished.
    • May 3: Tsujido Station-Hiratsuka Station has multiple tracks.
    • March 3: Double track between Hougaya Station and Ofuna Station.
    • June 6: Shirasuka signal box is abolished.
    • October 10: Yokohama station relocated to the current location, Kanagawa station-Hodogaya station route change (new line diverts the old line trace where Hiranuma station was, no breaks). Kanagawa station abolished. At this point, the Keihin Line platform had not opened at Yokohama Station, so a temporary platform was set up in front of the east exit of Yokohama Station on the conventional Keihin Line, leaving the former Yokohama Station Keihin Line platform as the Takashima exit platform.
    • December 12: (Currency)Umeda Station・ (Currency)Minatogawa StationOpened.
    • December 12: Cargo branch line Shiodome Station-Shinagawa Station is electrified.
  • 1929(4)
    • May 1: Ibaraki Station-Suita Station has multiple tracks.
    • March 3: Suita Station-Opened Senri Signal Station between Osaka Station.
    • April 4: Opened Tsuyuhashi temporary signal box between Atsuta Station and Nagoya Station.
    • May 4: Umebashi signal box is abolished.
    • July 7: Changed Takatsuka signal box to a stationTakatsuka StationOpened.
    • May 7: Qingdao signal box is abolished.
    • February 7:Mikawa-Miya StationOpened.
    • May 8: Freight branch line (Shinazuru Line) Shinagawa Station-Tsurumi Station (11.0M ≒ 17.70 km) opened (double track).Meguro River Signal Field-New Tsurumi marshalling yardIs opened. Tsurumi Station-Yokohama Station has 6 lines, Yokohama Station-Yokohama Station has multiple lines.
    • September 9: Changed the Takashima Line Irie signal box to a station (currency)Irie StationOpened.
    • May 9: Takashima Line Takashima Station-Hougaya Station (2.1M ≒ 3.38 km) is abolished.
  • 1930(5)
    • May 1: Yokohama Station Keihin Line platform is completed, and the current line between Yokohama Station and Sakuragicho Station is in use. Takashimaguchi boarding area is closed.
    • February 2: Shimizuko Line Shimizuko Station-Shimizu Pier Station (1M ≒ 0.5 km) extended opening. * (Currency)Shimizu Pier StationOpened.
    • May 3: Umekoji Station-Multiple tracks between Mukomachi Station[15].
    • April 4: The freight branch line Atsuta Station-Chikusa Station (1M) is abolished.Freight branch line between Higashi-Kanagawa Station and Umi-Kanagawa Station (3.0 km)Yokohama LineTransferred from.Changed the starting point between Nagoya Port Line Yawata Signal Station and Shirotori Station (1.1M → 1.9 km) to Nagoya Station (+3.0 km).
      • Changed the unit of business distance from miles to meters (Tokyo station-Kobe station 373.5M → 601.2 km, Shinagawa station-Shiodome station 3.1M → 4.9 km, Shinagawa station-Tsurumi station 11.0M → 17.8 km, Kawasaki station- Hamakawasaki station 2.7M → 4.1 km, Tsurumi station-Yokohama port station 6.9M → 10.9 km, Higashi Kanagawa station-Takashima station 1.4M → 2.5 km, Yokohama station-Sakuragicho station 1.0M → 2.0 km, Numazu station --Jamatsu Station 2.0M → 3.2 km, Ejiri Station --Shimizu Pier Station 1.5M → 2.5 km, Nagoya Station --Horikawaguchi Station 6.2M → 9.9 km, Ogaki Station --Mino Akasaka Station 3.1M → 5.0 km, Baba Station-Hama-Otsu Station 1.3M → 2.2 km, Umekoji Station-Tambaguchi Station 1.8M → 2.8 km, Fukida Station-Kanzaki Station 6.8M → 10.7 km, Tonada Station-Kobe Port Station 3.0M → 4.9 km).
    • August 8: The freight branch line between Shiodome Station and Shibaura Station (1 km) opens. (Currency)Shibaura StationOpening of business.
    • May 9: Takatsuki Station-Ibaraki Station has multiple tracks.
    • May 10: Shin-Tsurumi Yard on the Hinkaku Line-Electricity between Tsurumi Station.
    • February 12:Arao StationOpening. Renamed Arao Signal Box to Minami Arao Signal Box.
  • 1931(6)
    • March 3: Opened Sakou temporary signal box between Nagoya Station and Biwajima Station. Tsuyuhashi temporary signal box is abolished.
    • August 8: Kotari Station (currentlyNagaokakyo Station) Is opened.
    • October 10: Renamed Hodogaya Station to Hodogaya Station.
  • 1932(Showa 7) July 7: Senri signal box is abolished.
  • 1933(8)
    • May 3: Mukomachi Station-Takatsuki Station has multiple tracks.
    • February 12:Kyowa StationOpened.
  • 1934(9)
    • February 2:Kiyosu station(2nd generation) Opened.
    • March: 3 lines between Nagoya Station and Inazawa Station (double track of Inazawa Line).
    • March 3: The Takashima Line Irie Station-Shinko Station (1 km) opens. (Currency)New stationOpened.
    • May 5: Opened Utajima signal box between Osaka Station and Kanzaki Station.
    • June 6: The Kamiyodogawa temporary signal box is abolished.
    • June 6: Takashima Line Takashima Station-Yamauchicho Station (15 km), Takashima Station-Omote-Takashima Station (2.6 km) opened. (Currency) Yamanouchicho Station (later Yokohama Market Station), (Currency)Omote Takashima StationOpened.
    • May 7: Suita Station-Kobe Station is electrified and train operation starts.Tsukamoto Station-Tachibana Station-Koshienguchi Station-Rokkomichi Station-Motomachi StationIs open.Utajima signal box is abolished.
    • September 9: Renamed Banba Station to Zeze Station.
    • May 9: Yamashina Station-Opened Higashiyama temporary signal box between Kyoto Station.
    • October 10: Renamed Mishima Station (first generation) to Shimo-Togari Station.

Atami line

  • 1920(Taisho 9) August 10:Atami line The section between Kozu Station and Odawara Station (3.9M ≒ 6.28 km) opens.Odawara StationIs open.Opened Sakawa River signal station on the way.
    • Instead of going through Gotemba, which has a steep slope, a line via Atami will be constructed as the Tokaido Main Line, and this section, which is the first step on that day, opened.並行していたWas in parallelTram OfOdawara Electric Railway LineWas abolished.For the railway situation in this area, see "DancerSee also.
  • 1922(Taisho 11)
    • April 4: Renamed Sakawa River Signal Station to Sakawa River Signal Station.
    • May 12: Odawara Station-Manazuru Station (7.3M ≒ 11.75 km) is extended and opened.Hayakawa Station-Nebukawa Station-Manazuru StationOpened.
      • Parallel between Odawara (Hayakawaguchi) Station and Manazuru StationAtami Orbital Union LineAbolished.The line will continue to operate between the remaining Manazuru Station and Atami Station, but it was completely abolished due to the Great Kanto Earthquake the following year.
  • 1923(Taisho 12) June 6: Changed the Sakawa River signal field to a stationKamonomiya StationOpened.
  • 1924 (Taisho 13th year)May 10: Manazuru Station-Yugawara Station (2.1M ≒ 3.38 km) is extended and opened.Yugawara StationOpened.
  • 1925(Taisho 14)May 3: Yugawara Station-Atami Station (3.4M ≒ 5.47 km) is extended and opened.Atami StationOpened.
  • 1926(Taisho 15)
    • February 2: Kozu Station-Odawara Station is electrified.
    • May 3 Double track between Kozu Station and Kamonomiya Station.
    • May 8 Double track between Kamonomiya Station and Odawara Station.
  • 1928(Showa 3) February 2: Odawara Station-Atami Station is electrified.Double track between Odawara Station and Yugawara Station.
  • 1930(5)
    • April 4: Changed the unit of business distance from miles to meters (1M → 16.7 km).
  • 1934(9)May 11: Yugawara Station-Double track between Atami Station.

After the opening of the Tanna Tunnel

  • 1934
    • December 12: The Tanna Tunnel is completed, and the section between Atami Station and Numazu Station (1 km) opens on an electrified double track.The section between Kozu Station-Gotemba Station-Numazu Station (21.6 km) is separated as the Gotemba Line.Along with the Atami Line between Kozu Station and Atami Station (60.2 km), a newly opened section was incorporated into the Tokaido Main Line, which completed Tokyo Station and Kobe Station on the current route.Kannami Station-Mishima StationOpening.Renamed Ejiri Station to Shimizu Station.品川駅 - 新鶴見操車場間にBetween Shinagawa Station and Shin-Tsurumi YardJakubo signal fieldOpened the Kinomiya signal box between Atami Station and Kannami Station.
    • December 12: Higashiyama temporary signal box is abolished.
  • 1935(10)
    • May 2: Freight branch line Shiodome Station-Tokyo Market Station (1.1 km) opened. (Currency)Tokyo market stationOpened.
    • March 3: Kinomiya signal box abolished.
    • July 7: Takashima Line Irie Station-Chiwaka Signal Station-Mizuho Station (15 km) opened (Irie Station-Chiwaka Signal Station is an overlapping section of the main line and branch lines). (Currency) Mizuho Station opens.
    • May 10: Established Sakurai temporary signal box between Yamazaki Station and Takatsuki Station.
    • February 12:Settsu Motoyama StationOpened.
  • 1936(11)
    • May 2: Opened Shinjohara temporary signal box.
    • March 3: Sakurai temporary signal box is abolished.
    • December 12: Changed Shinjohara temporary signal box to a stationShinjohara StationOpened.
  • 1937(12)
    • February 2: Elevation and route change near Nagoya Station. (Currency)Sasashima StationOpened.
    • February 2: Sakou temporary signal box is abolished.
    • February 3:Nagoya Pan Pacific Peace ExpoBy holding, the Nagoya Expo Mae Station opens between the Yawata Signal Station and Nagoya Minato Station.
    • May 5: Dongtan Station-Kobe Station has multiple tracks.
    • June 6: Nagoya Expo Mae Station is abolished.
    • October 10: Kyoto Station-Suita Station is electrified. There are multiple lines between Osaka Station and Tsukamoto Station.
  • 1938(13)
  • 1939(14)
    • August 8: Shinagawa Station on the Hinkaku Line-Shin-Tsurumi Yard is electrified.
    • November 11: Merged Kobe Port Station (Kobe Minato-eki) with Onohama Station (-1 km), and renamed Onohama Station to Kobe Port Station (Kobe Ko-eki).
  • 1940(15)
    • February 4:Higashiyodogawa StationOpened.
    • June 6: Renamed Maisaka Station to Maisaka Station.
    • November 11: Kyowa station is closed.
  • 1942(17)
    • January 1: Opened Gojogawa signal field between Biwajima Station and Kiyosu Station.
    • April 4: Opened Kasadera temporary signal box between Odaka Station and Atsuta Station.
    • May 6: Suita Station-Opened Nishi Suita Temporary Signal Station between Higashi-Yodogawa Station.
    • August 8: Passenger business begins between Nagoya Station on the Nagoya Port Line and Nagoya Port Station. Yawata Signal Station-Tokaibashi boarding / alighting station opens between Nagoyako Station.
    • May 9: Nishi Suita temporary signal box is abolished.
    • October 10: Miyahara signal box is abolished.
    • May 10: Renamed Nakaizumi Station to Iwata Station.
  • 1943(18)
    • June 6: Changed Kasadera temporary signal box to a stationKasera StationOpening of business.
    • May 9: Cargo branch line Kawasaki Station-Opened Oda marshalling yard between Hama-Kawasaki Station.
    • February 11:Shinkoyasu StationOpened.
  • 1944(19)
    • July 7: Shimizuko Line Shimizuko Station-Shimizu Pier Station Kai km (-1 km), Shimizu Pier Station-Miho Station (0.2 km) extension opening. * (Currency)Tomoegawaguchi Station・ * (Currency)Miho StationOpened.
    • May 10: Ogaki Station-Shin-Tarui Station-Sekigahara Station has completed a detour line (13.8 km) for down trains, and the same section is used as the down main line and the down main line via Tarui Station is removed.Shin-Tarui StationOpened.
    • December 12: The freight branch line (Shimizuko Line) was separated as the Shimizuko Line (1 km) due to the start of passenger operations. (Currency) Yamanouchicho Station was renamed to (Currency) Yokohama Market Station.Zeze Station-Kyoto Station has 8.3 lines (3 up lines and 2 down line)[15].
    • December: Route between Mochimune Station and Yaizu StationIshibe tunnelFrom via to inland sideNihonzaka tunnelChange to via[15].
  • 1945(20)
    • January 1: Nagoyako Line Nagoya Station-Passenger business between Nagoyako Station is abolished. The Tokai Bridge boarding area is abolished.
    • June 6: Opened Nishi Ina signal box.
    • May 7: Kyowa Station reopens.

After the war

  • 1946(21)
    • June 6: Opened a temporary signal box (28nd generation) between Yui Station and Okitsu Station.
    • September 9: Dong temporary signal box (13nd generation) is abolished.
    • November 11: Minami-Arao Signal Station-Tarui Station-Sekigahara StationTarui LineIs open (the old down main line is revived).
  • 1947(22)
    • May 4 : Kishibe StationOpened.
    • July 7: Renamed Jamatsu Station (currency) to Numazu Port Station (currency). Numazu Station-Numazu Port Station breaks km, shortened by 1km.
  • 1948(Showa 23) August 8: Changed the Nishiina signal box to a stationNishikosakai StationIs open. Renamed Goyu Station to Aichi-Mito Station.
  • 1949(24)
    • January 1: Renamed Kanzaki Station to Amagasaki Station.
    • February 2: Numazu Station-Shizuoka Station is electrified[16].
    • May 5: Shizuoka Station-Hamamatsu Station is electrified[17].
    • May 7: Tomoda signal box is abolished.
    • February 9:Higashi-Tagonoura StationOpened.
    • May 10: Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-The first boarding area in front of the Chunichi Stadium opens between the Yawata signal fields.
    • May 12: The boarding area in front of Nagoya Baseball Stadium (2nd generation) opens. Both the first and second generations were open for one day only, and only boarding was possible.
  • 1950(25)
    • May 5: Shinagawa Station-Opened Maruko signal field between Shin-Tsurumi Yard.
    • May 6: Freight branch line (Nishi-Nagoya Port Line) Sasashima Station-Nishinagoyako Station (12.6 km) opened. (Currency) Nishi-Nagoya Port Station opens.
  • 1952(27)May 11: Renamed Owari Ichinomiya Station to Owari Ichinomiya Station.
  • 1953(28)
    • May 7: Mikawa Otsuka temporary stop opens.
    • May 7: Hamamatsu Station-Nagoya Station is electrified.
    • May 11: Nagoya Station-Inazawa Station is electrified.
  • 1954(29)
    • January 1: Nagoya Minato Line (currency) Horikawaguchi Station relocated (+1 km).
    • May 4: Tokyo Station-One line was added between Yurakucho Station, and the Joban Line train started to run to Yurakucho Station.
  • 1955(30)
    • May 1: (Currency)Higashitakashima StationOpened, integrated Chiwaka signal field.The starting point of the freight branch line to Mizuho Station on the Takashima Line is from Irie Station to Higashi Takasima Station (-0.6 km), and the starting point of the freight branch line to Yokohama Market Station is from Takashima Station to Higashi Takasima Station (-1.4 km), Higashi Kanagawa Station. Changed the end point of the freight branch line from Takashima Station to Higashi Takasima Station (-1.0 km).
    • February 2: Miyahara Daiichi Signal Station-Multiple tracks between Osaka Station[18].
    • July 7: Inazawa Station-Tarui Station-Maibara Station, Ogaki Station-Shin-Tarui Station-Sekigahara Station are electrified.
  • 1956(31)
    • May 4: Renamed Suzukawa Station to Yoshiwara Station and Horinouchi Station to Kikugawa Station.
    • May 11: Maibara station-Kyoto station is electrified, Tokyo station-Kobe station is electrified. Zeze Station-Kyoto Station will return from 3 lines to double track due to increased traction due to electrification[15].. Tokyo Station-Tamachi Station is expanded by 2 lines to 6 lines[15].. Joban Line train abolished Yurakucho Station.
  • 1957(32)
    • February 2: Shirotori Station on the Nagoya Port Line-Nagoya Market (1 km) The station is extended and opened. (Currency) Nagoya Market Station opened.
    • May 7: Maruko signal field is abolished.
    • May 9: Ibaraki Station-Miyahara No. 6 signal box has XNUMX lines.
  • 1958(33)
    • May 5: Takashima Line Higashi Takasima Station-Mizuho Station (1 km) abolished (2.2)US Army in JapanLeased lineDiverted to). (Currency) Mizuho station is abolished.
    • October 10: Mino-Akasaka Line and Northern Freight Line are electrified.
  • 1959(34) April 4: The freight branch line between Higashi-Kanagawa Station and Umi-Kanagawa Station (1 km) and the Takashima Line between Higashi-Kanagawa Station and Higashi-Takashima Station (2.0 km) are abolished. (Currency) Umi-Kanagawa station is abolished.
  • 1960(35) March 3: Changed Mikawa-Otsuka temporary stop to a stationMikawa Otsuka StationOpening of business.
  • 1961(36)May 4: Freight branch line (Umeda Freight Line) Suita Station-Umeda Station (7.6 km), Umeda Station- Fukushima StationBetween (1.0 km), Kobe Port Station on the Kobe Rinko Line-Minatogawa Station (2.4 km) is set as a business kilometer.Cargo business between Suita Station-Osaka Station-Amagasaki Station is abolished.
  • 1962(37)
    • September 9: The route between Mochimune Station and Yaizu Station was changed from via the Shinnihonzaka Tunnel to via the renovated Ishibe Tunnel.[15].
    • October 10: Shizuoka marshalling yard opens.
    • October 10: Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-Yawata Signal StationSanno signal fieldOpened, Nagoya Station-Sanno signal fieldChuo Main LineIt becomes a double track shared with.
  • 1964(39)
    • May 3: Freight branch line between Hamakawasaki Station and Shiohamaso Station (4.9 km) is extended and opened. (Currency) Shiohama Misao Station (currentKawasaki Freight Station) Is opened.
    • April 4: The freight branch line between Hamakawasaki Station and Shiohamaso Station is electrified.
    • May 5: Between Yokohama Station and Sakuragicho Station (2.0 km)Negishi LineTransferred to.
    • June 6: The Takashima Line Takashima Station-Sakuragicho Station (1 km) opens.
    • October 10: Constructed as a separate line to enhance transportation on the Tokaido Main LineTokaido ShinkansenOpened.Shin-Osaka StationOpened.

After the opening of the Tokaido Shinkansen

  • 1965(40)
    • May 3: Umeda Freight Line Umeda Station-Fukushima Station break km (-0.1 km).
    • July: Megurogawa signal field and Jakubo signal field are abolished.
    • July 7: Takashima Line Yokohama Minato Station-Yamashita Pier Station (1 km) opened. (Currency) Yamashita Pier Station opened.
    • October 10: Freight branch line between Shinagawa Station-Shiodome Station and between Shiodome Station-Shibaura Station was integrated, and the display was changed between Shinagawa Station-Shibaura Station.
  • 1966(41)
  • 1967(42)
  • 1968(Showa 43) April 10:Shin-Kabahara StationOpened.
  • 1969(44)
    • May 8 : Seta StationOpened.
    • September 9: Umeda Freight Line Suita Station-Umeda Station is electrified[19].
    • December 10: (Currency)Shonan Freight StationIs open. Changed Sodeshi temporary stop to (Rin) Sodeshi station.
    • November 11: Freight branch line Zeze Station-Hama-Otsu Station (1 km) is abolished. (Currency) Hamaotsu Station is abolished.
  • 1970(45)
    • May 2: Zeze Station-Multiple tracks between Kyoto Station[20].
    • May 3: Kusatsu Station-Zeze Station has multiple lines[20].
    • December 5: (Currency)Seishō Kamotsu StationOpened.
    • April 4: Umeda Freight Line Umeda Station-Fukushima Station is electrified.
    • June 6: Renamed Iwabuchi Station to Fujikawa Station.
    • September 9: Takashima Line Tsurumi Station-Sakuragicho Station is electrified.
  • 1971(46)
  • 1972(47)
    • May 4: Kobe Rinko Line Kobeko Station-Maya Wharf Station (4.5 km) opened. (Currency)Maya Wharf StationOpened.
    • June 6: The route between Nebukawa Station and Manazuru Station was relocated to the inland side and changed to the current Manazuru Tunnel.[15].
    • October 10: (Currency) Dongtan Station was changed to a marshalling yard, and the Higashinada marshalling yard was opened.Changed the starting point between Kobe Rinko Line Higashi Nada Station and Kobe Port Station to Rokkomichi Station (+1 km), and set business kilometers between Nada Station and Kobe Port Station (1.4 km) (Rokkomichi Station-To Nada Train Station, Nada Station) --The section between the East Nada train stations overlaps with the main line).
  • 1973(Showa 48) October 10: Freight branch line (Tokaido Freight Line) Shiodome Station-Tokyo Freight Terminal Station-Shiohama Misao Station (16.5 km) opened[15]..Freight branch line Kawasaki Station-Oda marshalling yard-Hama-Kawasaki Station (4.1 km) is abolished.Shiohama Misao Station-Hamakawasaki Station break km (-0.1 km). (Currency)Tokyo Freight Terminal StationIs open. Oda marshalling yard is abolished.
  • 1974(49)
    • July 7: In Shizuoka PrefectureHeavy raindisaster.The river overflowed between Yui Station and Okitsu Station, and 1 cubic meters of earth and sand filled the railroad tracks.It took 6 days to recover, and it opened on July 7 of the same year.[Newspaper 1].
    • September 9: The freight branch line between Numazu Station and Numazu Port Station (1 km) is abolished. (Currency) Numazu Port Station is abolished.
    • October 10: Rokkomichi Station-Kobeko Station passenger business closed. Umeda Freight Line Fukida Station-Umeda Station and Umeda Station-Fukushima Station is integrated and displayed Fukida Station-Fukushima Station, Kobe Rinko Line Rokkodo Station-Kobe Port Station and Kobe Port Station-Minatogawa Station Changed the display between Rokkodo Station and Minatogawa Station.
  • 1976(51)
    • March 3: Tokaido Freight Line Hamakawasaki Station-Tsurumi Station (1 km) opens[15]..Shiohama Misao Station-Hamakawasaki Station break km (+0.5 km).
    • March 3: Freight branch line Umekoji Station-Kyoto Ichiba Station (16 km) opens. (Currency) Kyoto Market Station opens.Freight branch line Umekoji Station-Tambaguchi Station break km (+2.8 km).
    • October 10: Tokyo Station-Shinagawa Station Underground Separate Line (Sobu Rapid Line, Later Yokosuka Line) opened[15].
  • 1978(53) October 10: The section between Shirotori Station and Nagoya Market Station (1 km) on the Nagoya Port Line is abolished. (Currency) Nagoya Market Station is abolished.
  • 1979(54) October 10: Tokaido Freight Line Tsurumi Station-Yokohama-Hazawa Station-Totsuka Station (1 km) opened[15].. Hiratsuka Station-Odawara Station is double tracked[15].. (Currency)Yokohama Hazawa StationIs open. (Currency) Changed Yokohama Station to a signal box and opened the Yokohama signal box. Tokaido Freight Line Shiodome Station --Hamakawasaki Station and Hamakawasaki Station --Tsurumi Station section integrated and the display changed between Shiodome Station --Tsurumi Station.
  • 1980(55) October 10: Shin-Tsurumi Yard-Tsurumi Station with multiple lines, Totsuka Station-Ofuna Station with 1 lines. Shinagawa Station on the Hinkaku Line-The Yokosuka Line train runs between Tsurumi Station and passenger business begins (SM separation[15]..The freight branch line Amagasaki Station-Amagasaki Market Station (1.5 km) and Nagoyako Line Nagoyako Station-Horikawaguchi Station (3.4 km) have been abolished.Shin-Kawasaki Station-Higashi-Totsuka Station・ * (Currency)Nagoya Freight Terminal StationOpening. (Currency) Horikawaguchi Station and (Currency) Amagasaki Market Station are abolished.
  • 1981(56)
    • May 1: Higashi Yokohama signal box is abolished.
    • April 4: Changed the Higashinada marshalling yard to a signal box and opened the Higashinada signal box. Kobe Rinko Line Tonada Signal Station-Electricity between Kobeko Station.
    • May 6 : Minami-Hikone StationOpened.
  • 1982(57) November 11: Freight branch line Senrioka Station --Fukida Train Station --Osaka Freight Terminal Station (15 km) opened, Kishibe Station --Fukida Station --Osaka Freight Terminal Station (10.3 km) Kilo setting (Senrioka Station-between Fukida Train Station, Fukida Train Station-between Kishibe Station is an overlapping section with the main line).Takashima Line Takashima Station-Omote-Takashima Station (8.8 km), Higashi Takashima Station-Yokohama Market Station (1.3 km), Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-Yawata Signal Station-Shirotori Station (1.2 km) are abolished[21].. (Currency)Osaka Freight Terminal StationOpening. (Currency) Omote-Takashima Station, (Currency) Yokohama Market Station, (Currency) Shiratori Station abolished[22]..Changed Yokohama Minato Station to a signal box and opened the Yokohama Port signal box.Shinagawa Station-Shibaura Station is separated and the display is changed Shinagawa Station-Shiodome Station and Shiodome Station-Shibaura Station[23].
  • 1984(59) February 2: The freight branch line between Shiodome Station and Tokyo Market Station (1 km) and Umekoji Station and Kyoto Market Station (1.1 km) are abolished. (Currency) Tokyo Market Station and (Currency) Kyoto Market Station are abolished.Changed Shin-Tsurumi Yard and Suita Freight Terminal to signal boxes and opened Shin-Tsurumi Yard and Suita Freight Terminal.
  • 1985(60)
    • March 3: The freight branch line between Shiodome Station and Shibaura Station (1 km) is abolished. (Currency) Shibaura station abolished.
    • May 3: Kobe Rinko Line Kobeko Station-Minatogawa Station (2.4 km) is abolished.Abegawa StationIs open. (Currency) Irie Station and (Currency) Minatogawa Station are abolished.Due to the abolition of Irie Station, the starting point between Irie Station and Shinko Station on the freight branch line was changed to Tsurumi Station, and the ending point was changed to Higashi Takasima Station (+8.3 km).Tokaido Freight Line Shinagawa Station --Shiodome Station and Shiodome Station --Tsurumi Station section integrated and the display changed between Shinagawa Station and Tsurumi Station.
    • July 7: Passenger business resumes between Shinagawa Station and Shiodome Station on the Tokaido Freight Line (Motorail KyushuWith the start of operation).
    • December 12: (Currency) Shonan Kamotsu Station is abolished.
  • 1986(61)
    • February 4:Nishioi StationOpened.
    • May 4 : Rokugo StationOpened.
    • November 11: Takashima Line Yokohama Port Signal Station-Yamashita Wharf Station (1 km), Kobe Rinko Line Kobe Port Station-Maya Wharf Station (2.0 km) are abolished. (Currency)Gifu Freight Terminal Station-Nishi Gifu StationIs open. (Currency) Shiodome Station, (Currency) Yamashita Wharf Station, (Currency) Sasashima Station, Shin-Tarui Station, (Currency) Maya Wharf Station are abolished. (Currency) Takashima station was changed to a signal box and Takashima signal box was opened.Due to the abolition of Shiodome Station, Shinagawa Station-Tokyo Freight Terminal station break km (-6.8 km).Due to the abolition of Takashima Station, the starting point between Takashima Station and Sakuragicho Station on the freight branch line was changed to Higashi Takasima Station (+1.0 km).Due to the abolition of Sasashima Station, the starting point between Sasashima Station and Nishi-Nagoya Port Station was changed to Nagoya Station (no breaks).
  • 1987(62)
    • May 3 : Katahama Station-Nishiyaizu StationOpened.
    • March 3: Takashima Line Takashima Station-Yokohama Port signal box is abolished.Changed Takashima signal box to a station and reopened Takashima station.Yokohama port signal box is abolished.Return the starting point between Higashi Takasima Station and Sakuragicho Station on the freight branch line to Takasima Station (-31 km) due to the reopening of Takasima Station.Nishi-Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-Passenger business started between Nishi-Nagoya Port Station (on paper).

After division and privatization

After that, [East] is JR East, [Sea] is JR Central, [West] is JR West, and [Currency] is JR Freight.

  • 1987
    • February 4:Privatization of the national railway division.. East Japan Railway Company covers a total of 176.2km between Tokyo Station and Atami Station, Tokai Passenger Railway Company runs a total of 372.7km between Atami Station and Maibara Station, and West Japan Railway Company runs a total of 166.1km between Maibara Station and Kobe Station. Japan Freight Railway inherits a total of 3km on 18.3 lines.
      • Tokaido Freight Line Shinagawa Station-Tokyo Freight Terminal Station break km (+4.4 km).Shinagawa Station-Split the section between Tsurumi Station, Shinagawa Station-Hamakawasaki Station, Tsurumi Station- HatchōnawateBetween stations (-3.0 km).Tsurumi Station-Yokohama Hazawa Station-Changed the end point between Totsuka Station to Higashi-Totsuka Station (the actual situation remains the same, but this will increase the number of lines between Higashi-Totsuka Station and Totsuka Station.-6 km), Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-Nagoya The starting point between Minato Station is Sanno Signal Station (-4.2 km), the starting point between Freight Branch Line Senrioka Station-Osaka Freight Terminal Station is Fukida Signal Station (-1.8 km), Kobe Rinko Line Rokkodo Station-Between Kobe Port Station Changed the starting point to the Tonada signal field (-1.6 km).
      • Takashima Line Tsurumi Station-Takashima Station and Takashima Station-Sakuragicho Station are integrated and the display is changed to Tsurumi Station-Sakuragicho Station.
      • Tsurumi Station on the Takashima Line-Shinko Station-Higashi Takasima Station (11.0 km), Freight Branch Line Kishibe Station-Osaka Freight Terminal Station (8.8 km), Kobe Rinko Line Nada Station-Kobeko Station (4.3 km) Abolished.
      • Tokaido Freight Line Shinagawa Station-Hamakawasaki Station, Tsurumi Station-Hacchowa Station, Tsurumi Station-Yokohama Hazawa Station-Higashi Totsuka Station, Takashima Line Takashima Station-Sakuragicho Station, Freight Branch Line Umekoji Station-Tamba Exit, Northern Freight Line Fukida Station --- Passenger business started between Amagasaki Station and Umeda Freight Line Fukida Station --Umeda Station --Fukushima Station. Shinagawa Station-Freight business between Tokyo Freight Terminal Station is abolished.
      • Ogaki Station-(Shin-Tarui) Station-Sekigahara Station The leased line between Ogaki Station-Tarui Station-Sekigahara Station was changed to the main line. Ogaki Station-(Shin-Tarui) Station-Sekigahara Station will be a branch line.
    • July 7: [Sea] Type 1 railway business opens (Sanno Signal Station-6.2 km between Nagoya Port Station). (Rin)Main Stadium in front of Nagoya StadiumOpened.
  • 1988(63)
  • 1989(HeiseiFirst year)
    • May 3 : Yokohama ExpoDuring the event, the Yamashita Rinko Line Yokohama Minato Station-Yamashita Pier Station will be used as the Yokohama Exotic Showcase Association Rinko Line.Nippon Marustation - Yamashita ParkTrain operation between stations (until October 10 of the same year).
    • May 7:【Sea】Kanayama StationOpened the Tokaido Main Line home. The section between Kanayama Station and Nagoya Station overlaps with the Chuo Main Line.
  • 1990(2)May 3 :
    • [West] Freight branch line Umekoji Station-Tambaguchi Station is electrified.
    • [Currency] Renamed Shiohama Misao Station to Kawasaki Freight Station.
  • 1991(3)
  • 1993(5) March 3: [Currency] Renamed Higashi-Shizuoka Station to Shizuoka Freight Station.
  • 1994(6)
    • March 9: [West]Minami Kusatsu StationOpened.
    • May 10: [Sea] Type 6.2 railway business (Sanno signal field-XNUMX km between Nagoya Port station) abolished. (Rin) Nagoya Stadium Main Gate Station is abolished.
  • 1995(7)
    • May 1:【West】Great Hanshin-Awaji EarthquakeAs a result, there will be no connection between Osaka Station and Kobe Station. The next day, operation resumed in some sections. After that, it will be opened in stages to eliminate the non-communication section.
    • May 2: [Currency] Takashima station is abolished.
    • November 3: [Sea]Ogashirabashi StationOpened.
    • April 4: [West] Sumiyoshi Station, which had been closed until the end-Nada Station has been restored and all lines are open.
    • September 9: [West] Renamed Kotari Station to Nagaokakyo Station.
  • 1996(8) April 10:
    • [East] Tokaido Freight Line Shinagawa Station-Hamamatsucho Station (3.7 km) abolished.
    • 【West】Konan Yamate StationOpened.
  • 1998(10)
    • May 1: [East] Tokaido Freight Line Hamamatsucho Station-Tokyo Freight Terminal Station is closed.
    • March 3: [Sea] Nishi-Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-Nagoya Freight Terminal Station, Inazawa Line Nagoya Station-Inazawa Station[Newspaper 2].
    • June 6: [West] Miyahara yard is integrated with Miyahara cab to become Miyahara general cab (Miyahara yard as a stop still exists).
    • May 10:【Sea】Higashi-Shizuoka Station(Passenger station) opens.
  • 2001(13)
  • 2003(15)
    • March 3: [Sea] Nishi-Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-Nagoya Freight Terminal Station break km (31 km → 3.9 km).
    • December 12: [Currency] Kobe Port Rinko Line Tonada Signal Station-Kobe Port Station (1 km) is abolished.Kobe Port Station is abolished.
  • 2004(16)May 10: [Sea] Nishi-Nagoya Port Line Nagoya Station-Nagoya Freight Terminal StationNagoya seaside high-speed trainConverted to.
  • 2006(18) April 4: [Currency] Type 1 railway business (between Umekoji Station and Tambaguchi Station 3.3 km) is abolished.
  • 2007(19)May 3 :
  • 2008(20)
  • 2009(21) March 3: [Sea]Minamiodaka StationOpened.
  • 2010(22)
  • 2011(23)May 3: [Currency] Renamed Umekoji Station to Kyoto Freight Station.
  • 2012(24)
    • November 3: [Sea]Aimi stationOpened.
    • May 10: [West] Before business startsSuita Freight Terminal StationIs put into service according to the signal field.Changed the starting point between Suita Station and Amagasaki Station on the Northern Freight Line to Suita Freight Terminal Station (JR West only +1.5 km)[24].
  • 2013(25)
    • March 3: [Currency] Suita Freight Terminal Station officially opened and started operations as a freight station[JR currency 1]..Umeda Freight Line Suita Station-Changed the starting point between Fukushima Station to Suita Freight Terminal Station (JR Freight only +1.5 km).At the same time, Suita Freight Terminal Station will be integrated into Suita Freight Terminal Station, and the starting point between Suita Freight Terminal Station and Osaka Freight Terminal Station will also be Suita Freight Terminal Station (no breaks).[25].
    • April 4: [Currency] [West] (Currency) Umeda Station is abolished[JR currency 1], Umeda signal field.
  • 2014(26) October 10: [Sea]Typhoon 18Atami Station-Toyohashi Station will be interrupted due to sediment-related disaster[26].. 7日には富士駅 - 興津駅間除き復旧Restoration except between Fuji Station and Okitsu Station on the XNUMXth[26]On the 10th, between Fuji Station and Yui Station[27][JR Sea 2], All lines will be restored on 16th[JR Sea 3].
  • 2015(27) March 3: [East]Ueno Tokyo LineWith the opening, direct operation with the Tohoku Main Line, Takasaki Line, Joban Line started via Tokyo Station[JR East 2].
  • 2016(28)
  • 2018(30) March 3: [West]JR Soujiji StationOpened[JR West 3][JR West 4][Newspaper 3].
  • 2019(ReiwaFirst year)
    • Date unknown: [Currency] Tsurumi Station on the Takashima Line-(Old) Shinko Station-Sakuragicho Station section display changed between Tsurumi Station-Higashi Takasima Station-Sakuragicho Station (11.2 km → 8.5 km).Former Irie Station, which was virtually abandoned due to the abolition of Shinko Station --- Officially abolished the business kilometer setting between the old and Shinko Stations[29].
    • November 11: [East] Former Jakubo Signal Station on the Hinkaku Line and Tokaido Freight Line --Tsurumi Station (passing) --between Yokohama Hazawa StationSotetsu/JR direct lineAsSaikyo Line-Sotetsu Shin-Yokohama Line-Main lineDirect trains start to enter.Hazawa Yokohama Kokudai StationOpens and becomes a border station between JR East and Sotetsu[JR East 4].
  • 2020(Reiwa 2nd year) March 3:
  • 2023(Reiwa 5th year) Spring: [West] At the Umeda signal base on the Umeda Freight LineOsaka StationUnderground platform opens[33].
  • 2032Around (Reiwa 14): [East] Ofuna Station-Fujisawa StationMuraokashin Station(Tentative name) opens[Newspaper 4][Newspaper 5].

* Items written in the future date and time from the current date and time are planned.

Operation form

The outline of the operation mode of all Tokaido main lines is shown below.

Honor train

1964 OfTokaido ShinkansenBefore opening"Tsubame" "Hato""echo, Etc.Honor train(Limited express-Express-Semi-express) Was in operation, connecting cities along the line.However, after the opening of the Tokaido Shinkansen, the function as an intercity connecting railway was transferred to the Shinkansen, so the superior trains only on this line were reduced, and it remained until the end while changing the type from the JNR era to semi-express, express, limited express. "Tokai"Also2007Was abolished in.Currently, there is no daytime honor train that operates through all lines of this line, and the honor train that operates only within the line is a commuter limited express that replaced the home liner after the inauguration of JR.Shonan""Biwako ExpressIs only.一方、当路線の一部区間を経由してOn the other hand, via a part of this lineIzu Peninsula-Koshin region-GifuHida regionHokuriku region-Kitakinki-San'in districtHonorable trains heading along other routes have continued to this day, and after the inauguration of JR, new freight lines will be used effectively.NankiTrains in the directionNarita International Airport-KIXAccess to the limited express has come to board.

Mishima StationからFuji StationUp to andShizuoka StationからNagoya StationThere is no regular daytime limited express train in the section up to.on the other handNumazu StationからHamamatsu StationUp toNagoya StationからOgaki StationUntil then, a home liner with a numbered ticket system has been operated.

NocturnalThere used to be a large number of express trains operated on the line, and sleeper limited express trains and express trains that connect the railway lines to Sanin, Shikoku, Kyushu, Hokuriku, and Tohoku.Blue trainWas called.However, after the inauguration of JR due to the JNR division and privatization, trains were abolished and integrated due to a decrease in users, and the Blue Train, which runs on the Tokaido Main Line as a regular train, was released in 2012.Sea of ​​JapanIt disappeared with the temporary train conversion.Currently, the only night train that remains as a regular train is the Sunrise Express, which uses a sleeper train.

The trains running on the Tokaido Main Line as of the revision in March 2021 are as follows.HighlightingThe section shown is within the Tokaido Main Line. All trains pass through the stations marked with (*).Only major driving sections and routes are listed.For details, see the article about the train, and for past trains, see the train items below and "#Related itemSee the items listed in the section.

Daytime limited express train
Night limited express train
"Sunrise Seto" and "Sunrise Izumo" are operated together on this line.
Home liner
  • "Home Liner Numazu" "Home Liner Shizuoka" "Home Liner Hamamatsu": Numazu Station-Shizuoka Station-Hamamatsu Station
  • "Home Liner Ogaki": Nagoya Station-Ogaki Station

Limited express train / home liner operation system

local train

In the era of passenger trains before electrification, long-distance and long-distance trainslocal trainIs being driven a lot, some of which are from Tokyo Station to KyushuMoji StationThere was also a regular train that took more than a full day to drive 1123.9km.電車運転となった後にも東京駅 - 米原駅間1kmを走行する普通列車が設定されていたことがあるEven after the train was operated, a regular train running 445.9km between Tokyo Station and Maibara Station had been set up.[Annotation 14][7]..Trains in the Keihin area and Keihanshin area from before the warPower saving / national train) Was used for short-distance and high-frequency driving, but for many years in other areas.freight train,Long-distance trainWas prioritized, and the operation of regional transport trains was severely restricted.

However, due to the decrease in rail freight transportation and the decrease in the number of excellent trains due to the opening of the Shinkansen, there was room in the tracks.1984Short-distance passenger trains (so-called so-called) in each districtCity train) Has been increased, and frequent regional transportation has come to be carried out.1987 OfPrivatization of the national railway divisionSince it was divided into three companies by, it is a regular train that operates frequently (Rapid train(Including) is set by each company, and timetables and vehicles are operated according to local circumstances.

Now that more than 30 years have passed since privatization, most of the regular trains are operated within each district, and few trains cross between districts.In addition, many trains run through the central stations of each prefecture without starting or ending.

The outline of the operation mode of ordinary trains in each district is described below.

Between Tokyo Station and Atami Station (JR East Metropolitan Area)

Medium-distance trains on the Tokaido Line in this area (from the introduction of trains to privatizationShonan trainWas called) is parallel to each system described later.Tokyo Station - Ofuna StationThere is a platform only at some stations in betweenTrain lineDriven by.From the separation of the line from the Yokosuka Line to the privatization, transportation improvements were made such as increasing the number of trains and increasing the capacity to increase the transportation capacity, and setting up rapid trains and commuter liners (replaced by limited express in 2021).2001からShonan Shinjuku LineShibuya / Shinjuku / IkebukuroFukutoshinDistrict andTakasaki LineCan now be connected by a single train[34][JR East 1],2015From the March revisionUeno Tokyo LineNicknamed "North of Tokyo Station"Ueno StationandTohoku Main Line(Utsunomiya Line) ・ Direct operation with the Takasaki Line,Joban Line(Short-distance rapid trainIncluding)Shinagawa StationHas started[JR East 2]..一方でJR東海管内へ直通する普通列車は民営化後に徐々に削減され、現在ではOn the other hand, the number of regular trains that go directly to the JR Central jurisdiction has been gradually reduced after privatization, and nowNumazu StationOnly trains departing and arriving in the morning, evening and night are left from Kozu Station.Gotemba LineThere is no direct connection with.AlsoIto LineDirect trains were also centered around morning, evening and night.

During the day, six trains via Tokyo Station are normally operated per hour.Half of the trainsHiratsuka StationorOdawara StationDriving east of Odawara Station- Atami StationDuring that time, there will be 3 trains per hour.On the Shonan-Shinjuku line, the special rapid service runs one train per hour east of Odawara station, and the rapid train (stops at each station west of Totsuka station as usual) runs one train per hour east of Hiratsuka station.During the weekday morning rush hour, high-density operation is performed every 1-1 minutes, and during the evening rush hour, the rapid "Acty" that departs from Tokyo Station is also operated.

In the Keihin area, short-distance trains, which have long been separated from long- and medium-distance trains, have been operated in parallel with trains on the Tokaido Line, and the following operation systems are still operated on the designated tracks.These are basically not referred to as the "Tokaido Line", but officially some sections correspond to the Tokaido Main Line.

Stop station

Between Atami Station and Toyohashi Station (JR Central Shizuoka area)

In the Shizuoka area, since 1984 at the end of the Japanese National RailwaysShizuoka StationA short-distance train "Suga Shuttle" was set up in the section centered on the train, and high-frequency, equi-time-interval timetable operation was started. After privatization, in addition to the area around Shizuoka StationMishima Station・ Around Numazu Station,Hamamatsu StationA diamond was set up with an emphasis on the three surrounding metropolitan areas.In this Shizuoka area, the range of the metropolitan area is narrower than in other areas, and short-distance transportation by stopping at each station is the main focus, and stops at each station including rapid trains that enter from the Nagoya area.

During the day, between Mishima Station and Numazu Station, 5 trains per hour,Okitsu Station --Shizuoka Station - Shimada Station6 bottles per hour betweenKakegawa Station ――There are 4 trains per hour between Hamamatsu Station, and 3 ―― 4 trains per hour in other sections.Some of them are on the Gotemba lineMinobu LineIn addition to direct trains to and from Atami Station-Numazu Station, a direct train to JR East, Shizuoka Station- Toyohashi StationThere is a direct train to the Nagoya area between them.

Between Toyohashi Station and Maibara Station (JR Tokai Nagoya area)

Toyohashi Station in the Nagoya area- Nagoya Station - Gifu StationCompete betweenNagoya RailwayTo counter1971Rapid trains by train have appeared. Since the 1980s, a "national train type timetable" has been formed due to a large increase in the number of trains and equidistant timetables, and after privatization, new train types such as special rapid service and special rapid service have been set.Taketoyo LineThe number of direct trains has been expanded, and the current schedule has been reached.[36][37].

High-speed trains during the day at Toyohashi Station-Nagoya Station- Ogaki StationToyohashi Station, which usually stops at each station with 4 trains per hour Okazaki Station2 trains per hour between Okazaki Station- Obu Station3 trains per hour between Ofu Station-Nagoya Station-4 trains per hour between Gifu Station, 2 trains per hour between Ogaki Station-Yonehara Station, and fast trains at Gifu Station-Ogaki Station play the role of stopping at each station. ..In addition to direct trains to the Shizuoka area, direct trains to the Taketoyo Line between Ofu Station and Nagoya Station, mainly in the morning and evening, and between Nagoya Station and Gifu StationChuo Main LineA direct train from is operated.

Ogaki Station- Mino Akasaka StationThe branch line between them (Mino-Akasaka Line) runs 1-2 lines per hour in the morning, evening and night, and 2 line every 3-1 hours during the day.2012Except for some trainsOne-man drivingIs being done[JR Sea 5].

Stop station

Between Maibara Station and Kobe Station (JR West Keihanshin area)

Kobe stationWest ofSanyo Main Line, And extends north from Maibara StationHokuriku Main LineIt is an operation system integrated with the DC electrified section of.Kyoto Station - Osaka Station --Between Kobe StationBetween KeihanshinThen.Hankyu Corporation-Keihan Electric Railway-Hanshin Electric RailwayExpress train from before the war as a countermeasure to compete with[Annotation 9] Express train operation was carried out by, and now in addition to the rapid train that inherits the flow1970Special Rapid Service newly established in Japan is frequently operated[36]..なお快速はThe rapid train isTakatsuki StationIt is operated as normal in the east (east of Kyoto Station in the morning).Besides, between Keihanshin, it is normal to use a commuter train (Slow train) Is also being driven.国鉄末期のAt the end of the Japanese National Railways1986After the revision, west of Kusatsu StationQuadruple track by direction[Annotation 15]Is effectively used[36]Basically, the track is used properly according to the speed of the train, but it is flexibly used according to the time zone and section.

Maibara station per hour in the daytime timetable- Yasu StationBetween 2 special rapid services and 2 ordinary trains, Yasu station- Yamashina StationBetween 3 special rapid services and 4 ordinary trains, west of Yamashina stationKosai LineIt has a system of 1 special rapids including 4 direct new rapid and 4 rapids (normal east of Takatsuki station).朝夕にはIn the morning and eveningKusatsu LineTrains that go directly to JR Tokai Ogaki Station are also operated, but there is no direct train to JR Central Ogaki Station.2016Ended with March revision[JR West 2]..There are eight slow-moving trains west of Takatsuki Station per hour during the day.1997 OfJR Tozai LineFrom the time of openingAmagasaki StationTo Takatsuki viaFukuchiyama Line(JR Takarazuka Line) There is direct operation between the Kobe area and the JR Tozai Line.

In addition to the above, there are Kosai line trains departing from and arriving at Kyoto station between Yamashina station and Kyoto station, and Fukuchiyama line trains departing from and arriving at Osaka station between Osaka station and Amagasaki station.

Stop station (between Maibara station and Osaka station)Stop station (between Osaka station and Kamigori station)

freight train

freight trainIs Shimbashi Station-about a year after the opening of Yokohama Station1873May 9Operation started[5]Since then, freight trains have been operating on the Tokaido Main Line for about 140 years, although the scale of operation has been significantly reduced at the end of the Japanese National Railways.

As of the revision in March 2014, with Tsurumi StationSuita Freight Terminal StationAbout 1-35 round trips a day by regular trainコ ン テ ナHigh speed freight trainIs being driven.このうち1往復はOf these, one round tripTokyo Freight Terminal StationSakurajima LineAjikawaguchi StationConnect withM250 series freight trainIt is a train that uses (Super Rail Cargo) and connects both stations in 6 hours and 12 minutes.首都圏と名古屋圏・京阪神圏とを結ぶ列車のほか、北海道・東北・山陽・九州などを発着する列車も当路線を経由しており、加えて米原駅・山科駅以西では北陸本線などのIn addition to trains connecting the Tokyo metropolitan area with the Nagoya area and Keihanshin area, trains departing from and arriving at Hokkaido, Tohoku, Sanyo, Kyushu, etc. also pass through this line, and in addition, the Hokuriku main line west of Maibara station and Yamashina stationSea of ​​Japan TransitThere are about 1 round-trip trains a day that go directly to.Many of these trains run on this line during the midnight hours when passenger trains are less active, with six freight trains running per hour during the most frequent hours.Also,limestoneFor the purpose of transportation etc.Dedicated freight trainIs Obu Station Inazawa StationMamiyaKasera Station --Driving between Mino-Akasaka Station.新規製造されたNewly manufacturedRailway car OfClass A transportationIs also done irregularly[38][39].

Regular freight trains depart and arrive at stations on the Tokaido Main Line at Tokyo Freight Terminal Station.Kawasaki Freight Station-Yokohama Hazawa Station-Sagami Cargo Station・ Numazu Station ・ Fuji Station ・Shizuoka Freight Station-Nishihamamatsu Station・ Inazawa Station ・Gifu Freight Terminal Station-Kyoto freight station・ Suita Freight Terminal Station ・Osaka Freight Terminal Station(As of the revision on March 2014, 3).また川崎貨物駅・笠寺駅・美濃赤坂駅で貨物専用路線に接続しているIt is also connected to a dedicated freight line at Kawasaki Freight Station, Kasadera Station, and Mino-Akasaka Station.[39][JR currency 1].

In addition, east of Odawara Station in the Greater Tokyo Area and near OsakaIbaraki Station --Between Amagasaki Station, freight trains run on a dedicated track separate from passenger trains (separation of passengers), especiallyHigashi-Totsuka StationTo the eastShin-Osaka Station --The travel route between Amagasaki Station is also different from that of passenger trains.Also Nagoya Station- Owari Ichinomiya StationCommonly known as "Inazawa LineLines dedicated to freight called "" are parallel.

Freight train operation routes on the Tokaido Main Line and surrounding lines


Luggage train
In the JNR era, in addition to passenger trains and freight trainsLuggage trainWas also driving. In addition to connecting luggage cars to the Osaka / Kobe side of passenger trains, locomotive-towed luggage-only trains were also operated.[7].. These were all abolished in November 1986, just before privatization. At the time just before the abolitionShiodome StationExpress luggage train connecting Kyushu and Gifu station 1 round trips a day, Gifu station and Tohoku main lineAomori StationThe express baggage train connecting to and was operated once a day on the same route as the freight train.[40].
School excursion train
1959From155 seriesGive the train name such as "Hinode", "Kibo", "Komadori" using a dedicated vehicle such asSchool excursion trainWas driven. These peaked around 1965, but eventually school excursion transportation shifted to the Shinkansen, and school excursion trains on conventional lines disappeared by 1973.[10].

Vehicle used

In this section, the main vehicles that have been used on this line are listed in three categories: ordinary trains, honor trains, and locomotives.

For passenger trains, mainly from the time of opening until some time after the completion of electrificationLocomotive(Before electrificationsteam locomotive, After electrificationElectric locomotive)ButPassenger carMany passenger trains were in operation.1950Since the start of operation of medium-distance trains at the Tokyo exit from (25), passenger trainsElectric trainIs progressing1968(43) From October, all trains have been operated except for trains that go directly to other lines.[10].. Note thatDC electrificationThe trains operated on this line are basically DC trains,AC electrification OfJoban Line,Hokuriku Main LineFor trains that go directly toAC/DC train,Non-electrifiedFor trains that go directly to the lineRailcar(Diesel car) is used. Freight trains are locomotives, except for the "Super Rail Cargo" train, which makes one round trip a day.truckIs leading.

Here is a freight carBusiness vehicleAnd used during the JNR eraPostal car-Luggage carI will omit it. For detailed information such as operating sections and vehicle specifications, refer to the vehicle article or the regional article mentioned at the beginning of this article.

Honorable train vehicle

Operates on the Tokaido Main LineHonor train(Limited express train-Express train) Vehicles and operational trains.As mentioned above, there is currently no daytime train that connects the three major metropolitan areas via the Tokaido Main Line, and each company designs vehicles with performance and in-car equipment that match the direct route environment and train usage. It has been put in.Some regular trainsCommuter linerThere are also those that are operated in.

Below, those without a business name are the format of the Japanese National Railways or the format inherited from the Japanese National Railways by JR companies. Vehicles marked with * are currently in operation.[41][42]

JNR era format

Post-privatization and other companies' formats

Vehicles for ordinary trains

Of this linelocal train(Rapid trainThe vehicles used for (including) have two doors on each side during the JNR era.Cross sheet Of80 seriesAnd 3 doors on each sideSemi-cross seat Of113 seriesVehicles with common specifications such as were operated on all lines.しかしHowever1980 eraSince then, in the Keihanshin area and Nagoya area, where competition with parallel competitors is fierce, two doors on each side with an emphasis on comfortConvertible cross seat Of117 seriesStarting with the introduction of trains for rapid trains, vehicles that take into consideration the actual conditions of the region will be introduced.After the JNR division and privatization, this trend has further progressed, and each of the three passenger companies has introduced and operated its own rolling stock.In the Tokyo metropolitan area of ​​JR East, where the congestion rate is high during rush hours, emphasis is placed on congestion mitigation.Long seatIncreased capacity by increasing the number of vehicles and introducing double-decker vehiclesE217 seriesDoors are also available for new series vehicles after thatCommuter type vehicleThe boarding / alighting time is shortened as four places on each side similar to the above.In the JR Tokaido Shizuoka area, which is mainly for short-distance transportation, long seats are the main vehicles introduced after privatization.On the other hand, in the Nagoya area of ​​JR Tokai and the Keihanshin area of ​​JR West, while inheriting the 4 series convertible cross seats, vehicles with three doors on each side similar to the 117 series are now being operated as the main operation. It was.

JR East
JR East vehiclesGreen carThere are 4 doors on each side except.Tokaido Line-Shonan Shinjuku LineThen, in addition to the long seats, some cars were equipped with semi-cross seats and two green cars were connected.Suburbs typeVehicles are used, and a maximum of 10 cars of 5 basic trains + 15 auxiliary trains are assembled.
The trains of each parallel system are operated with vehicles and trains dedicated to each system, which are color-coded with different body colors from the Tokaido Line train and Shonan-Shinjuku Line.
JR Tokai
JR Tokai's regular trains (including rapid trains) are suburban trains with three doors on each side.Shizuoka area(Atami Station- Hamamatsu StationAnd betweenNagoya area(Toyohashi Station - Maibara StationVehicles operated between Hamamatsu Station and Toyohashi Station are mixed in half, and vehicles for the Nagoya area are also operated between Kakegawa Station and Hamamatsu Station. is there.Vehicles for the Shizuoka area are connected in units of 2 or 3 cars with long seats, and vehicles for the Nagoya area are generally 4-car, 6-car, or 8-car trains with convertible cross seats.
JR West Japan
New Rapid/Rapid(Rapid trains operate normally at Takatsuki Station or east of Kyoto Station), suburban vehicles with 3-door convertible cross-seats on each side are used in 6/8/10/12 car trains, and many special rapid trains have 12 trains. It is a double train, and in some special rapid services, the "A seat" car, which is a non-reserved seat car with a capacity system, will be connected to car 9.Normal (normally operated mainly between Keihanshin)Slow train) Is a 4-car train of commuter trains with 7 doors on each side.

Below is a list of vehicles used for regional transportation on the Tokaido Main Line. Vehicles marked with * are currently in operation.なおIt should be noted thatOperationLimited express and express vehicles used inPrevious sectionreference. Also,Yamanote Line,Keihin Tohoku Line,Yokosuka/Sobu Rapid Line,Joban Rapid Line,Sotetsu/JR direct line,Yokohama Line,Keihanshin slow train, And get on this lineKosai Line-Fukuchiyama Line, The Futamata Line that I entered in the past (currentTenryu Hamanako Railway Tenryu Hamanako Line) And other vehicles, see each route article.

JNR era format

  • Passenger car
  • DC train
    • 52 series : Express train in Keihanshin area[Annotation 9] Operated in.
    • 80 series : The first "Shonan train". Operated on all lines, used for regular trains, Keihanshin Rapid, and semi-express trains.
    • 70 series : Operated in the Nagoya area[42].
    • 40 type-14 type-47 type : Operates in Shizuoka area, Tarui line, Mino-Akasaka line[41][44].
    • 111 series
    • *113 series : It was operated on all Tokaido main lines, but it ended operation in 1999 in the Nagoya area, 2004 in the Keihanshin Rapid Line, 2006 in the Tokyo metropolitan area, and 2007 in the Shizuoka area.現在はJR西日本のCurrently JR WestKusatsu Line-Kosai LineOperated by direct train.
    • 115 series : Operated until 2007 in Shizuoka area.
    • *117 series : Introduced for the Keihanshin area special rapid service and the Nagoya area rapid service, and will operate until March 2013, 3 in the Nagoya area.[45]..Currently operated by JR West's Kusatsu Line and Kosei Line direct trains.
    • 119 series : Operated from 1986 to 1989 as "Suga Shuttle" in the Shizuoka area.
    • *211 series : JR Tokaido's original 5000/6000 series cars are in operation in the Shizuoka area.首都圏および名古屋地区では2012年まで運用されていたIt was in operation until XNUMX in the Greater Tokyo Area and Nagoya area.[46].
    • 213 series : Operated in the Nagoya area until 2012.
  • Railcar

Post-privatization format

DC trains unless otherwise specified

JR East
  • 215 series : Until 2021Shonan linerOperated by. Until 2001, it was operated on the rapid "Acty", and until 2004, it was operated on the Shonan-Shinjuku line.
  • E217 series : Operated between Tokyo Station and Atami Station until 2015[47].
  • *E231 series : Operated by suburban type (1000 series) vehicles.一部はJR東海Some are JR CentralNumazu StationGo straight to.
  • *E233 series : Operated by 3000 series car.Some go directly to JR Central Numazu Station.
JR Tokai
  • *311 series : Basically operated in the Nagoya area, someShizuoka StationGet in until.
  • *313 series : 0, 1100, 5000 series cars are operated in the Nagoya area, and 2000 series cars are operated in the Shizuoka area.
  • Kiha 75 type-Kiha 25 typeDiesel train: Taketoyo Line direct train and related operations until 2015.
JR West Japan
  • *221 series: Operated as a rapid train. Until 2000, it was also operated by Special Rapid Service.
  • *223 series: 1000/2000 series is operated as Special Rapid / Rapid, and 6000 series is operated as Rapid. Some of the 1000s are "A-seat" cars with a limited number of paid unreserved seats. 2016年まではUntil XNUMXOgaki StationThere was also a direct operation.
  • *225 series: 0/100 series is operated as Special Rapid Service. Until 2016, there was also a direct operation at Ogaki Station.

Locomotive etc.

List the locomotives that have been used to tow freight cars and passenger cars on this line[7][41][48]..Freight trains are also included here for convenience.Basically, AC / DC electric locomotives are used for direct trains to the Hokuriku main line, and DC electric locomotives are used for other operations on this line.また京浜地区や静岡・名古屋・大阪周辺の短い区間でAlso in the Keihin area and short sections around Shizuoka / Nagoya / OsakaDiesel locomotiveIs also in operation.

Along line

The Meiji government initially set the main route to avoid competition with sea routes.NakasendoAlthough it was decided to follow it, it is difficult to lay it in the mountainous area.TokaidoThere is a history of changing to the route.Atsuta, which had been open by that time on the premise of the Nakasendo route, aimed to connect East and West Kyoto as soon as possible by making the best use of the section that had already been opened when changing to the Tokaido route. Station-The route between Kusatsu Station is off the old Tokaido.元来の東海道筋であるThe original Tokaido lineMieSide (oldIse country) Of private railwaysKansai RailwayThe Kansai Main Line and Kusatsu Line are laid by.

There are few sections that pass along the coast,Hayakawa Station - Atami StationBetween andKambara Station - Okitsu StationExcept for the space laid by the seaKofu Station-Yoshiwara Station-Yomune Station-Bentenjima StationIt only passes along the coast in the vicinity.またAlsoShinagawa Station,Yokohama StationThe area around Yokohama Station was originally laid near the coastline, and Shinagawa Station, where land could not be acquired, was built in a reclaimed land, and the section in front of Yokohama Station was built by embankment in the shallow sea. , Both are later reclaimed away from the coast.

There is a theory that it is laid away from the coastline because the military requested that it be laid in the mountains for fear of naval gunfire on railroads by fleets of other countries.明治期にIn the Meiji eraKagoshima Main Line OfYatsushiro Station - Kagoshima StationBetween (Yatsushiro Station- Kawauchi StationIn the meantimeHisatsu Orange Railway Line) Initially not along the coast but on the mountain route, nowHisatsu LineIt is the same as laying by the route of.また昭和期にはAlso in the Showa periodLake HamanaFearing the bombing of the bridge over the Futamata Line (currentlyTenryu Hamanako Railway Tenryu Hamanako Line) Was opened as a bypass route for the Tokaido Main Line, which has many piers.Odawara Station --In case the area between Atami stations is bombedOdakyu Odawara Line(At that timeTokyu Electric RailwayOwned by) andGotemba LineCan be used as an alternativeMatsuda StationIn some cases, we tried to set up a connecting line on the premises.松田駅の連絡線は戦中には完成しなかったが、戦後にThe connecting line at Matsuda Station was not completed during the war, but after the warDirect trainIt was opened for the operation of.

On the other hand, there is a strong theory that the laying conditions were limited in order to suppress tunnels and slopes due to civil engineering technology and vehicle performance at that time.There are many steep terrains along the coast of the Tokaido, and it may be a detour from the inland route.地形がきつい旧東海道の豊橋 - 岡崎間やToyohashi on the old Tokaido, where the terrain is tight-OkazakiSuzuka PassTake a route that deviates significantly from (but later)Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line,Kansai Main Line-Kusatsu LineOpened in the form of flights to those areas), Kyoto Station-At Osaka StationKyo KaidoI passed through the opposite bank.

Between Kozu Station and Numazu StationHakone PassDetours andSekigaharaSurroundings, and between Otsu Station and Kyoto StationOsakayamaIn the crossing, after the formation became long after opening, by easing the gradientAuxiliary locomotiveThe route is being reassigned for the purpose of breaking the connection.

Below is an overview of all the main lines between Tokyo Station-Kobe Station and Ogaki Station-branch lines between Mino-Akasaka Station and along the lines.[49]..For the branch line (Hinkaku Line) between Shinagawa Station-Musashi-Kosugi Station-Tsurumi Station, please refer to "Yokosuka/Sobu Rapid Line"Tokaido Freight Line-Umeda Freight Line-Northern freight lineSee each article for.

JR East section

Between Tokyo Station and Ofuna Station

Starting point of the Tokaido Main LineTokyo StationIs concentrated on JR Shinkansen and conventional linesTerminal station.. Since the beginning of the 21st centuryImperial PalaceIn addition to the restoration of the red brick station building at the side Marunouchi exit to the appearance at the time of opening,YaesuHigh-rise twin tower on the mouth sideGrant TokyoWas constructed[Newspaper 6][50].Tokaido LineTrain andYokosuka LineThe train used to start at the station, but since 1980 the Yokosuka Line extends east via the underground line.Sobu Main LineTohoku Main Line (Tohoku Main Line) that extends north from March 2015, 3Utsunomiya Line)・Takasaki Line-Joban LineTrainUeno Tokyo LineIt goes directly to the Tokaido Line train line via.

Tokyo to Shinagawa StationCity centerIn the section, the double track (train line) of the Tokaido line on the sea side (left side in the direction of travel) on the ground and the inland side (right side in the direction of travel)Yamanote Line-Keihin Tohoku Line6 lines with the double track (train line) used byTokaido ShinkansenIn parallel with this, proceed south, and in addition, a double track for the Yokosuka line is laid underground.[Annotation 7]..Also, from each station to Tamachi, take the subway (Tokyo Metro-Toei) Each line connects.Yurakucho StationAfterShimbashi Station..The modern Shimbashi station is the second generation,Japan's first railwayShimbashi Station-The first Shimbashi Station when the Yokohama Station opened was east of the current station, dedicated to freight that existed until the end of the Japanese National Railways.Shiodome StationWas in the position of.現在同駅の跡地はCurrently the site of the stationRedevelopmentProgresses,YurikamomeThere is also a station.次のnextHamamatsucho StationFromTokyo MonorailIs parallel to the Tokaido Main Line for about 1km.また東海道新幹線の向こう側に休止中のAlso suspended on the other side of the Tokaido ShinkansenTokaido Freight Line(Oshio Line) is in parallel, along with the Shinkansen deadhead lineTokyo Freight Terminal StationContinue in the direction.Tamachi StationAfter passing, the upper and lower lines of the train line are separated, and in betweenTokyo General Vehicle CenterAcross the Tamachi Center.かつては広大な車両基地であったが跡地の再開発が進行し、山手線・京浜東北線のIt used to be a vast rail yard, but the redevelopment of the site is progressing, and the Yamanote Line and Keihin Tohoku LineTakanawa gateway stationOpened[JR East 5]..横須賀線が地上に上がると、東海道新幹線とWhen the Yokosuka Line goes up to the ground, it will be called the Tokaido Shinkansen.Keikyu Main LineIs a terminal in the southern part of the city whereShinagawa StationTo.This station is the first and last station for Joban Line direct trains, including limited express trains.Of the stations so far, the Tokaido Line and Yokosuka Line have platforms only at three stations: Tokyo, Shimbashi, and Shinagawa.

After leaving Shinagawa Station, go through the Keikyu Main Line, and then the Tokaido Main Line branch line via the Yokosuka Line train (Shinazuru Line) Is separated to the inland side along with the Yamanote Line and the Tokaido Shinkansen, and the main line will be a double track for each of the Tokaido Line and Keihin Tohoku Line.この先、京急本線やFrom now on, Keikyu Main LineNational Route 15Head south-southwest toward Kawasaki with (Daiichi Keihin).山手線の車両基地(東京総合車両センター本区)沿いを過ぎると京浜東北線Keihin Tohoku Line after passing along the Yamanote Line depot (Tokyo General Rolling Stock Center Main Ward)Oimachi StationWhat.続いて住宅街を進み、同線Continue on the residential area and follow the same lineOmori Station-Kamata StationPass.このうち大井町駅と蒲田駅からは、都内南部を走るFrom Oimachi Station and Kamata Station, run in the southern part of Tokyo.TokyuEach line is connected.Rokugogawa BridgeTamagawaWhen you crossTokyoWardからKanagawaKawasaki CityMove toNambu LineTo connectKawasaki StationLeading to.

From here to Yokohama Station, proceed through the residential area in parallel with the Keikyu Main Line on the sea side.南武線浜川崎支線(南武支線)をくぐると、海側から東海道貨物線が並行してPassing through the Nambu Line Hamakawasaki Branch Line (Nambu Branch Line), the Tokaido Freight Line runs in parallel from the sea side.横 浜 市What.Next, from the inland side, the Hinkaku Line is the freight line (Musashino LineIt appears as a double track between the <Musashino Minami Line> overlapping section) and the Yokosuka Line, the former joining the Tokaido Freight Line and the latter parallel to the right.Tsurumi RiverWhen you cross the Keihin Tohoku LineTsurumi LineIt is a connecting station of the freight line and is also a junction of the freight line.Tsurumi Station..同駅を過ぎると京急線After passing the station, Keikyu LineKagetsu Sojiji StationIn the vicinityYokohama Hazawa StationThe Tokaido Freight Line goes underground and goes inland, followed by the Keikyu Line.Namamugi StationA branch line that diverged from the same freight line in the vicinity (Takashima Line) Moves to the sea side, and the Keihin Tohoku Line moves to the left of the Tokaido Line instead.Limited express "Shinazuru Line (freight line side)" and Tokaido Freight Line Yokohama-Hazawa StationShonanIn addition to passing through a part ofSotetsu Shin-Yokohama LineviaSagami RailwayDirect trains also enter[JR East 6].. Take the Yokosuka Line, Tokaido Line, and Keihin Tohoku Line, and proceed on the Keihin Tohoku Line.Shinkoyasu StationAfter passing, from the inland sideYokohama LineJoins the Keihin Tohoku Line and is a connecting station for both lines.Higashi-Kanagawa Station.. From the front of the stationNational Route 1(Daini Keihin) Is in parallel with the national highwayShuto Expressway Kanagawa No.2 Mitsuzawa LineWhen you go throughYokohama StationTo. The station is on the ground JR lines, Keikyu Main Line,Sotetsu Main Line,UndergroundTokyu Toyoko Line-Minatomirai Line-Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue LineA total of 6 company stations will enter. Keihin Tohoku Line from the same stationNegishi LineHowever, when Japan's first railway opened, Yokohama Station was on the same line as it is today.Sakuragicho StationIt is in the position ofIsogo StationUntil it was extended to the current Yokohama Station-Sakuragicho Station, which belonged to the Tokaido Main Line[35].. The Tokaido Shinkansen is inlandShin-Yokohama StationFrom Yokohama Station, you can reach us by Yokohama Line or Subway Line.

The Keikyu Main Line and Negishi Line curve away from Yokohama Station toward the sea, and the Sotetsu Main Line is on the right side of the Tokaido Main Line.Nishi-Yokohama StationParallel to the vicinity. When the line leaves, you will proceed through the residential area on the Tokaido Line and Yokosuka Line. National highway No. 1 on the left sideTokaido) Are in parallel, Yokosuka LineHodogaya StationTurn right after passing. from hereTama HillsMiura HillsProceed through the valley betweenHodogaya BypassAfter passing through, both lines are separated a little and go through the tunnel. Of these, the Tokaido up lineShimizu Yado TunnelIs the oldest active railway tunnel in Japan. The Tokaido Freight Line appears from the inland side, parallel to the right side of the Yokosuka Line, and the Yokosuka Line is at the point where the distant Tokaido Line approaches and becomes a triple track.Higashi-Totsuka StationThere is. Proceed through the factories while drawing a gentle S-shaped curve, and when the Yokosuka down line moves to the left of the Tokaido line and becomes a double track by direction, the subway blue line will also be connected.Totsuka StationWhat. furtherKashio RiverIf you go south along the line, the Yokosuka up line will move to the left, and the Negishi line will appear from the sea side.Ofuna StationWill be. The station is with Yokohama CityKamakura cityIn addition to being a node with the Yokosuka Line and Negishi Line, the site straddles the site.Shonan Monorail Enoshima LineAlso arrives and departs.

Between Ofuna Station and Atami Station

Generally from Ofuna stationShonanHead west through the area called.After passing Ofuna stationYokosuka LineIs far from the sea side, and from here to Odawara station is a double-track section for passenger lines and freight lines.Passing through the industrial area, the Yokosuka Line depotKamakura Vehicle CenterAlongShonan Freight StationPass through the ruins. afterwardsSakaigawaWhen you crossFujisawa Station.. Switchback structure at the stationOdakyu Enoshima LineBesides, from the opposite side of the rotary in front of the stationEnodenConnects. Go through the Odakyu Enoshima Line and redevelopment progresses in the surrounding areaTsujido StationAfter passing, the route from here to Kozu Station is almost parallel to National Route 1 (Tokaido). Proceed through densely populated areas and factories on the rightKayagasaki Transportation ZoneAfterSagami LineTo connectChigasaki Station. AndShinshonan BypassAfter passing through, fields will be scattered around,Sagami RiverWhen you crossHiratsuka StationLeading to.

From Hiratsuka Station to Odawara Station1979(ShowaIn 54, the section was completed with multiple tracks, and there are no railroad crossings during this period.HiratsukaからNaka-gunEnter and are on the freight lineSagami Cargo StationPassing through.Hanami RiverAfter crossing, the railroad track continued from Tokyo StationKanto PlainFromOiso HillsSagami BayIt moves to a lowland sandwiched between, and the proportion of fields along the line increases.Oiso StationNinomiya StationAfter passing, you will approach Sagami Bay, and on the far left side you will see National Route 1.Seisho BypassIn parallelOdawara city内 のKofu StationTo. From here at the beginning of businessMt. HakoneBypass to the northGotemba StationAlthough it was a route via, it became the current route after the opening of the Tanna Tunnel, which will be described later. At the current Kozu station, the old route is JR CentralGotemba LineAnd JR EastKozu Vehicle CenterThe deadhead line to is branched. From here away from Sagami BayAshigara PlainEnter and on the freight lineSeishō Kamotsu StationAnd passenger linesKamonomiya StationThe Tokaido Shinkansen runs parallel from the right side.Sakawa RiverCross the city and enter the cityNational Route 255Izuhakone Railway Daiyuzan LineFrom the inland side when straddlingOdakyu Odawara LineAppears, and it is a connecting station of the conventional line (JR East), Shinkansen (JR Tokai) and Izuhakone, Odakyu, Hakone Tozan Railway.Odawara StationTo. The passenger line and freight line will merge at the station, and the Tokaido main line will be a double track to Nagoya station.

From Odawara StationHakone PassFrom National Highway No. 1 (Tokaido), head south-southwest along Sagami Bay, and reach JR Tokai Mishima Station, which is almost parallel to the Tokaido Shinkansen. When you leave Odawara StationOdawara CastlePassing through the west side of the tunnel,Hakone Tozan Railway Railway LineLeaves inland. Go through Seisho Bypass,(I.e.Located at the southern end of the city after crossingHayakawa Station.. From this area to Atami StationNational Route 135And parallel. In addition, the outer ring of Mt. Hakone approaches the coast, and there are many curves and tunnels. After passing through 5 tunnels, it faces Sagami Bay.Nebukawa StationAfter passing, the upper road parallel string WarrenTruss bridgeCross the Shiraitokawa Bridge. There is a Manazuru tunnel in front of the next Manazuru station, but the section of the tunnel used to pass through the sea side from the present.[15].Manazuru PeninsulaIt is the closest station to Manazuru fishing port at the base ofManazuru StationAfter passing through the tunnel to the basin,Yugawara OnsenNearest stationYugawara Station.. Flowing through the hot springChitose RiverFrom Kanagawa prefecture when crossingShizuokaMoved to, the second longest on the Tokaido Main Line[Annotation 16] To the Izumikoshi tunnel. If you go through the tunnel and cross Izuyama,Izu PeninsulaIs one of the gateways toAtami StationTo. Besides being a Shinkansen connection stationIto LineBranches off, and the conventional line station is with JR Central, which is under the jurisdiction of JR East.Border station.Atami TheHot spring cityAnd on the southeast side of the stationSagami NadaThere is a hot spring town on the coast.

JR Central section

Between Atami Station and Shizuoka Station

When you leave Atami Station, you will see the Ito LineKinomiya StationThere is. There is no platform on the Tokaido Main Line, which runs parallel to the next line, but the vehicle that turns back at Atami StationDetention lineThere is. From the west side, the longest Tokaido main line[Annotation 16] OfTanna TunnelEnter and go up to Kinomiya StationOn-site signalThe jurisdiction of the railroad tracks will be transferred from JR East to JR Central. At the base of the Izu Peninsula in the same tunnel with a total length of 7,804 mTanna MountainsAfter passing under, it is in the mountainsKannami Station.. From the station, go down the slope while passing through the tunnel, and when you pass through the mountains, you will reach the Shinkansen connecting station.Mishima Station.. It is also the western gateway to Izu,Izu Hakone Railway Sunzu LineIs branched.

From Mishima Station to Fuji StationMount Fuji-AtagoyamaHead west on the flat land on the south side of the road, and take Route 1 to Shizuoka City.Tomei ExpresswayTake the route close to.The Tokaido Shinkansen leaves inland,Kise RiverThe Gotemba Line approaches from the inland side just before crossing.同線が東海道本線として使用されていた時代は現在のThe time when the line was used as the Tokaido main line is nowShimo-Togari StationWas Mishima station.その御殿場線が合流するとWhen the Gotemba Line joinsNumazu Station.. Long time agoNumazu Port StationThe freight branch line leading to is branched, and it is a locomotive base.Numazu engine districtWas attached.同市内のIn the same cityKatahama StationFrom the front, across the old TokaidoSenbon Matsubara Suruga BayContinue along the line to the vicinity of Yoshiwara Station.Hara StationPast,Higashi-Tagonoura StationFrom the city of papermakingFuji cityEnter and proceed through the factories and warehouses.Tagonoura PortNearYoshiwara StationFromGakunan Train Gakunan LineIs connected.次のnextFuji StationFromMinobu LineIs connected to the paper mills along the lineLeased lineIs branched.また東海道新幹線のAlso on the Tokaido ShinkansenShin-Fuji StationIs about 1.5km away from Fuji station in a straight line.

After leaving Fuji Station and separating from the Minobu Line,Fuji RiverAcross the.Then avoid the mountains and turn left and head south.Fujikawa StationExit and go through the Tokaido Shinkansen.再び西へ向きを変え、次のTurn west again and nextShin-Kabahara StationFromShizuoka CityIt will be a station inside.Kambara StationAfter passing, the mountains approach the coast of Suruga Bay until just before Okitsu Station, and the Tokaido Main Line and National Highway No. 1 / Tomei Expressway are concentrated along Suruga Bay and head southwest.その途中にあるOn the wayYui StationThe area is fried at Yui fishing portSakura shrimp,ShirasuIt is a tourist destination that specializes in[51].Satsuta PassWhen the Tomei Expressway leaves the inland side in the vicinity and goes along the coastNational Route 52Go throughOkitsu StationAndShimizu PortProceed through the nearby warehouses and factories, but on the way there was a temporary stationSodeshi StationThere is a ruins.清水港近くにあるNear Shimizu PortShimizu StationIs a scenic spotMatsubara of MihoIt is the closest station to the Japanese National RailwaysShimizuko LineWas diverging.

From Shimizu Station, away from Suruga BayShizuoka PlainProceed southwest.清水駅を出ると左隣にWhen you leave Shimizu Station, it will be on your leftShizuoka Railway Shizuoka Shimizu LineIs about 2km in parallel.この区間ではIn this section1950A train on the Tokaido Main Line, which was cut off due to an accident in 25, has traveled on the Shizuoka Line.[Annotation 17]..When separated from the Shizuoka Line, the Tokaido Shinkansen runs parallel to Mochimune Station.Degree hillsLocated on the north side of (Nihondaira)Kusanagi Station TheKusanagi ShrineNearest station.東名高速道路をくぐった後、上下線の間にAfter passing through the Tomei Expressway, between the upper and lower linesShizuoka Freight StationA static iron wire straddles the premises.同貨物駅構内が終わると貨物操車場跡地の再開発商業地区に設置されたAfter the freight station yard was completed, it was installed in the redevelopment commercial area of ​​the former freight marshalling yard.Higashi-Shizuoka Station.. AroundShizuoka Convention Arts CenterThere is (Granship) and redevelopment of high-rise housing is progressing.高架に上がるとWhen you go up to the overpassShizuoka vehicle wardIt is also a Shinkansen connection station at the central station of Shizuoka City, where the deadhead lines fromShizuoka Station..駅北側の繁華街の中に静鉄Shizuoka Railway in the downtown area on the north side of the stationShin-Shizuoka Station, Further to the northShizuoka prefectural officeThere are government offices such as.

Between Shizuoka Station and Toyohashi Station

When you leave Shizuoka StationAbe RiverAcross the.この先、旧東海道や国道1号は山間に廻りIn the future, the old Tokaido and National Route XNUMX will go around the mountainsUtsunoya PassHowever, the Tokaido Main Line avoids the pass and heads along the coast.静岡市内のIn Shizuoka cityAbegawa StationAfter that, we approached Suruga Bay again andYomune StationAfterIshibe tunnelto go into.この区間の海岸線は切り立った崖が続くThe coastline of this section is lined with steep cliffsOozuka coastThe Tokaido Main Line used to run along this coast between tunnels, and is now used by the Tokaido Shinkansen.Nihonzaka tunnelThere was a time when it was via[15][35]..この付近では東海道新幹線のほかに東名高速道路とIn this area, in addition to the Tokaido Shinkansen, the Tomei ExpresswayNational Route 150Also in parallel.Go through the tunnelYaizu StationFrom the coast, in the central western part of Shizuoka prefectureShita PlainProceed west-southwest.Nishiyaizu StationAfter passing, you will be away from the Tokaido Shinkansen and the Tomei Expressway, and onceShizuoka Railway Suen LineWas a connecting station withFujieda StationAndShimadaEnterOigawaApproachingRokugo Station-Shimada StationTo.東海道新幹線開業前のBefore the opening of the Tokaido Shinkansen1960(35), a high-speed test track was set up between Fujieda Station and Shimada Station, and a narrow gauge maximum speed record of 175km / h was set on this track.[52].

After passing Shimada Station, cross the Oi River.渡り終えると菊川駅まではWhen you finish crossing, you will reach Kikukawa stationMakinohara PlateauIt becomes a mountain crossing section, and along the lineTea plantationWill increase.Oigawa Railway Oigawa Main LineTo connectKanaya StationFrom, it was regarded as one of the three major obstacles on the Tokaido.Nakayama of SayaAvoidMakinohara Tunnel[35]..このトンネルの下り線部分はThe down line part of this tunnel1974Since it was switched to the new line in (49), the upper and lower lines are separated near the exit.[15]..大きくクランク型に曲がりながら進むとIf you proceed while making a big crank shapeKikugawa stationAnd when you pass through the mountains in parallel with the Tokaido ShinkansenKakegawa Station..ここでは東海道新幹線と、当初東海道本線のバイパスとして作られたHere, it was created as a bypass for the Tokaido Shinkansen and the Tokaido Main Line.Tenryu Hamanako Railway Tenryu Hamanako Line(Former JNR Futamata Line) is connected.駅の南にはTo the south of the stationOgasayama, To the northKakegawa CastleTowering.

From Kakegawa Station to Hamamatsu Station, proceed west through the industrial area in western Shizuoka Prefecture, but the countryside spreads between the factories.東海道新幹線と並行して東名高速道路をくぐりGo through the Tomei Expressway in parallel with the Tokaido ShinkansenShizuoka Ogasayama Sports Park StadiumNearest station of (Ecopa)Aino StationAfter that, it was a west connection station with the Shizuoka Railway Suwon Line.Fukuroi StationAndMiki StationWhat.この辺りから遠州平野に出てFrom this area, go out to the Enshu PlainHarano Tanigawa-Ota RiverCrossingIwata Station-Toyodacho StationTo.東海道本線最長の天竜川橋梁(全長1,209m)でAt the longest Tenryu River Bridge (total length XNUMXm) on the Tokaido Main LineTenryu RiverWhen you crossHamamatsu cityEnter and go through Route 1Tenryugawa Station, And go up to the overpassHamamatsu StationTo.新幹線停車駅であるとともに、隣接するAdjacent to the Shinkansen stopShin-Hamamatsu StationFromEnshu RailwayRailway lineIs arriving and departing.駅付近には静岡県で最も高いビルであるThe tallest building in Shizuoka prefecture near the stationAct City HamamatsuTowering up.

When you leave Hamamatsu Station, you will see the cargo on your leftNishihamamatsu Station, JR Central on the rightHamamatsu FactoryThe track group spreads.Japanese sea bassHeadquarters is nearbyTakatsuka StationThroughMaisaka StationAfter passing, in parallel with Tokaido Shinkansen and National Route 1,Enshu NadaClose toLake HamanaCross the southern end.この中間の島にはOn this intermediate islandBentenjima StationThere is.After crossing Lake Hamana, proceed near the shore and proceedHamanako Boat Race HamanakoAre in close proximityAraimachi StationAfter that, away from Tokaido Shinkansen and Route 1Kosai CityThe nearest station to the government officeWashizu StationWhat.そして湖岸からも離れ、天竜浜名湖鉄道天竜浜名湖線の終点・And away from the shore, the end point of the Tenryu Hamanako Railway Tenryu Hamanako LineShinjohara Station..同駅にかかる小川を境にBordering a stream over the stationAichito go into.東海道新幹線が再び並行してTokaido Shinkansen runs in parallel againFutagawa StationAfterToyohashi PlainTo enter the,National Route 259Toyohashi Railway Atsumi LineGo throughToyohashi StationLeading to.

Between Toyohashi Station and Nagoya Station

Toyohashi stationHigashimikawaThe core city of the districtToyohashiAt the central station of Tokaido ShinkansenIida Line-Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line・ In addition to the Toyohashi Railroad Atsumi Line, it is the only Tokai region from the station front.TramBecameToyohashi Railway Higashida Main LineDeparts and arrives.The Tokaido Main Line heads northwest from the station toward Nagoya City.Although it will be a competing section with the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line, the Meitetsu Line will pass inland from the Tokaido Main Line, and National Route 1 will also proceed along the same line.When you leave Toyohashi Station, the Iida Line and Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line, which share a double-track line, run parallel to the right for about 3 km.Toyokawa・ After passing, both lines will leave the Tokaido main lineHirai JunctionBranch each with.Nishikosakai Station-Aichi Mito StationIn the area, proceed through the countryside of the Toyohashi Plain.GamagoriWhen you enterMikawa BayProceed near the bayMikawa Otsuka StationIn the vicinityTheme parkIsLaguna GamagoriThere is.星越山トンネルを抜けてThrough the Hoshikoshiyama tunnelMikawa-Miya StationAfter passing, it goes up to the elevatedGamagori Station.Meitetsu Gamagori LineIs parallel to the left side,Gamagori Boat Race GroundClose toMikawa Shiotsu StationAfter passing, the Meitetsu-Gamagori Line and Mikawa Bay are separated.Mt.SanganeEnbomineyamaIt is sandwiched between the two and heads northwest.Sangane Station-Koda StationWhen you leaveOkazaki PlainGo north in a straight line,Aimi stationThroughAichi Loop Line(Former JNR Okata Line) connectsOkazaki StationTo.In addition, it should be noted岡 崎 市The de facto gateway to the Meitetsu Nagoya Main LineHigashiokazaki StationIt has become.

When you leave Okazaki Station, you will not pass through the city center of Okazaki City, but will separate from the Aichi Loop Railway Line and turn left.Yahagi RiverPass through.After that, it goes straight to the west-northwest, and residential areas increase along the line.Nishiokazaki StationPast,Meitetsu Nishio LineCross withAnjo CityCentral stationAnjo StationWhat.その次は新幹線接続駅のNext is the Shinkansen connection stationMikawaanjo StationHowever, only normal stops on the conventional line side.Kariya cityTo enter theHigashi Kariya Station-Nodashinmachi StationAfter passingMeitetsu Mikawa LineTo connectKariya stationAnd in the vicinityToyota Loom,DensoThere is a head office.After passing Kariya station, proceed through industrial areas and residential areas.Aisuma StationAfterAisuma RiverWhen you cross, it curves to the right andTaketoyo LineMeet withObu StationLeading to.

The section from here to Gifu Station was constructed for the purpose of transporting materials for railway construction via Nakasendo, which was originally planned.[5],Nobi PlainProceed north-northwest.左側には未成線となったIt became an unfinished line on the left sideNanpō Freight LineThe site continues to Kasadera Station.Kyowa StationPast,Ise Gulf Expressway-Nagoya second ring roadFrom the vicinity of passing throughNagoya cityTo enter the,Minamiodaka StationThe Tokaido Shinkansen runs parallel to the right from the front.Odaka StationAfterNagoya Expressway No. 3 Otaka LineAfter passing through, it is dedicated to cargoNagoya Seaside Railway Toko LineBranchesKasera Station..If you go through the residential area separately from the Tokaido Shinkansen,YokkaichiGo through National Route 1 (Tokaido) heading toward the direction, and the Tokaido Main Line deviates from the old Tokaido route from here.続いて右側から名鉄名古屋本線、左側からThen from the right side, Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line, from the left sideMeitetsu Tokoname LineAppears, and both lines form a double track and are parallel to the right.名鉄MeitetsuJingumae StationFrom JR to the north ofAtsuta ShrineThe nearest station toAtsuta StationThere is.名鉄線と並行して北へ進むとIf you go north in parallel with the Meitetsu lineKanayama Stationso,Chuo Main Line(Chuo West Line) and Meitetsu LineNagoya Municipal SubwayIs connected and is also called "Kanayama Station".

It is parallel to the Chuo Main Line and Meitetsu Line next to Nagoya Station, but nextOgashirabashi StationIs a station only on the Tokaido Main Line, nearNagoya StadiumThere is.同駅を過ぎると中央本線が右側から左隣へ移り、同線のAfter passing the station, the Chuo Main Line moves from the right side to the left side, and on the same lineSanno signal fieldJR Freight, which is a branch line of the Tokaido Main LineNagoya Port LineConfluence.The Tokaido Shinkansen will also run in parallel.Nagoya Expressway No. 5 Manba LineIt was a freight station after passing throughSasashima StationFrom the left side, past the site ofKansai Main Line-Blue line(Former Tokaido Main Line Freight Branch Line) ・Kintetsu Nagoya LineApproachingNagoya StationTo.同駅はThe station is1999(HeiseiIt is a high-rise twin tower in 11)JR Central TowersIs completed.名古屋市営地下鉄も接続し、近接する地下駅のThe Nagoya Municipal Subway is also connected, and the nearby underground stationMeitetsu Nagoya Station-Kintetsu Nagoya StationIt is a terminal station where 5 company stations including

Nagoya Station-between Mino-Akasaka Station and Maibara Station

From Nagoya Station to Gifu Station, the competitive section with the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line continues, and the same lineNational Route 22Go north with.When you leave Nagoya Station, the freight line (on the left side of the main line (Inazawa Line) Is a parallel double track for each track.右隣には名鉄線が並行し、それと分かれるとThe Meitetsu line is parallel to the right side, and when it separatesShonai RiverFrom Nagoya CityKiyosu CityEnter, Meitetsu Nagoya Main LineNishibiwajima StationBeyond the vicinityBiwajima StationWhat.ここからは稲沢線上からFrom here on the Inazawa lineTokai Transportation Business Johoku LineBranches.afterwards,Gojo River signal fieldThe Inazawa line moved from the left side of the main line to the right side in the vicinity,Kiyosu CastlePass nearby.この付近より東海道新幹線は東海道本線から離れFrom this area, the Tokaido Shinkansen is separated from the Tokaido Main Line.Gifu Hashima StationProceed to another route via.名古屋第二環状自動車道をくぐるとAfter passing through the Nagoya Daini Kanjo ExpresswayKiyosu stationBut the station isInazawaIt is in.さらに進むと旅客駅と貨物拠点が併設されたGoing further, a passenger station and a freight base were added.Inazawa StationSo, on the Inazawa line, there is a group of freight train tracks (formerlyInazawa yard) Spreads.The Inazawa line and the main line merge after this.Meishin ExpresswayGo through the elevated road and from the left side, Meitetsu Nagoya Main LineMeitetsu Bisai LineSnuggle up toMeitetsu Ichinomiya StationAdjacent toOwari Ichinomiya StationLeading to.

After the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line runs parallel to the left side of Owari Ichinomiya Station for about 3km,Tokai Hokuriku ExpresswayGo throughKisogawa StationAnd thenKiso RiverAcross the.このthisKisogawa Railway BridgeThen onceC62 type steam locomotiveSet a speed record of 129km / h in a high speed test.渡り終えると愛知県からAfter crossing, from Aichi prefectureGifuMove to(I.e.to go into.Kasamatsu RacecoursePass by,National Route 21(Gidai BypassAfter passing through), it goes up to the overpass again and curves to the left.Takayama Main LineMeet withGifu StationTo.同駅はThe station isGifu CastleHaveMt. KinkaLocated in the southwest of the station, around the stationMeitetsu Gifu StationAnd skyscrapersGifu City Tower 43There is.

From Gifu station, head west, and from here to Kusatsu station of JR WestNakasendoTake the route along (the current national highway No. 21 is equivalent to Maibara station).岐阜駅の次のNext to Gifu StationNishi Gifu StationWas relocated and newly established due to the elevated construction of Gifu StationGifu Freight Terminal StationAre adjacent.そしてAndNagara RiverWhen you crossMizuho CityTo enter theHozumi StationWhat.濃尾平野をほぼ直線で貫きながらWhile penetrating the Nobi Plain in a straight lineIbigawaWhen you cross the bridgeOgakiEnter and to the rightTarumi Railway Tarumi Line(Former JNR Tarumi Line) appears and is on the same lineHigashi Ogaki StationWhen parallel about 3km from the vicinityOgaki Station..同駅はかつて関ヶ原越えのThe station used to cross SekigaharaAuxiliary locomotiveHas a base and is now a rail yardOgaki vehicle wardIs adjacent to the west side of the station.

Connecting from Ogaki StationYoro Railway Yoro LineWhen straddlingMinami-Arao Signal FieldPass through.同信号場では東海道本線の支線(通称At the signal box, a branch line of the Tokaido Main Line (commonly known asMino Akasaka Line) Branches, and the down line branches into two.美濃赤坂線は、南荒尾信号場で本線から分岐するとすぐ、カーブ上にThe Mino-Akasaka Line will be on the curve as soon as it branches off from the main line at the Minami-Arao Signal Field.Arao StationThere is.同駅を過ぎると住宅街を進みやがてAfter passing the station, proceed through the residential area and eventuallyMino Akasaka StationTo.同駅からは貨物線のFrom the station on the freight lineSeino Railway Ichihashi LineIs extended.

The main line continues to have a steep slope from Minami-Arao Signal Station to Sekigahara Station, with a slope of 10 as part of increasing transportation capacity during the war.A relaxed detour line was newly established.Since then, limited express trains and freight trains have detoured.Once on a detour that goes through a tunnel and curves along the mountainShin-Tarui Stationwas there.On the other hand, downhill ordinary trains are commonly known as: "Tarui LineFollow the railroad track called ".This Tarui line is officially a down line.This track has a gradient of 25 ‰ and is on the wayTarui StationThere is.When the detour line and the up line / Tarui line mergeSekigahara StationTo.Sekigahara is a transportation hub, and the Tokaido Shinkansen, National Route 21 (Nakasendo), and Meishin Expressway are close to the Tokaido Main Line.また、この付近はAlso, around hereHeavy snowfall.

From Sekigahara StationBiwa lakeThe section to the east bank is currently at the beginningHokuriku Main LineIs the stationNagahama StationI was connected to the ferry at the same station, but after that, I changed the track twice and it became the current route.国道2号に沿って今須トンネルを抜けると東海道本線の最高地点(標高21m)を過ぎIf you go through the Imasu tunnel along Route 179, you will pass the highest point of the Tokaido main line (elevation XNUMXm).[53], On the old NakasendoImasujukuBeyondShigaMove toKashiwara StationTo.ここからはFrom hereMt. IbukiyamaMt. RyozenzanDraw a curve in the shape of an Ω in the basin sandwiched betweenOmi Nagaoka StationIn the vicinity, we approach Mt. Ibukiyama.このMt. Ibukiyama山麓にはAt the foot of this Mt. IbukiyamaSumitomo Osaka CementThere is a cement factory in Japan, and a dedicated line from Omi Nagaoka Station to the factory used to extend.Akai Trout FarmNearest stationSamegai StationBeyondOmi BasinWhen you enter the countryside ofHokuriku ExpresswayNational Route 8Go through.Downhill 1st near hereBlockage signalAt this point, the jurisdiction of the railroad tracks shifts from JR Central to JR West.上下線の間に機関区跡地が電留線として広がり、東海道新幹線が近づいて北陸本線と合流するとWhen the site of the motive power depot spreads between the upper and lower lines as an electric railroad line, and the Tokaido Shinkansen approaches and joins the Hokuriku main lineMaibara StationLeading to.

JR West section

Between Maibara Station and Kyoto Station

The conventional line side of Maibara Station is a border station with JR Tokai under the jurisdiction of JR West, and the Tokaido Shinkansen / Hokuriku Main Line andOmi Railway Main LineConnect with.From Maibara Station, aim for Kyoto Station via the eastern shore of Lake Biwa, and this section has been privatized since "Lake Biwa LineIs guided by the nickname of[Annotation 8]..そのうち彦根駅から野洲駅までの区間はThe section from Hikone Station to Yasu StationChosenjin Kaidoと と も にKoto PlainGo southwest[54]..There are many rural areas along the line in the section with few curves passing through flat land.The section between Maibara Station and Zeze Station is the last section between Shimbashi Station and Kobe Station, excluding the Tanna Tunnel section.米原駅を出ると貨物列車用発着線が広がり、左側には操車場跡地に建設され、JR各社の新幹線試験車両がWhen you leave Maibara Station, the freight train departure and arrival lines will spread, and on the left side will be built on the site of the marshalling yard, where JR Shinkansen test vehicles willStatic preservationHas beenRailway Technical Research InstituteThere is a wind tunnel facility of (JR Technical Research Institute).Eventually, it will separate from the Tokaido Shinkansen and the Omi Railway Main Line and proceed toward Lake Biwa.米原駅 - 彦根駅間はかつて湖岸(松原内湖)を通っていたが現在、内湖は埋め立てられているThe section between Maibara Station and Hikone Station used to pass through the lakeshore (Matsubara Uchiko), but now the inner lake is being reclaimed.[55]..近江鉄道本線に再び近づくとWhen approaching the Omi Railway Main Line againHikone StationAnd on the west side of the stationHikone CastleThere is.

When you leave Hikone Station, the Omi Railway Main Line is on the same lineHikoneguchi StationParallel to the left side to the vicinity.Minami-Hikone StationOut,InukamiAcrossKawase Station-Inae StationAnd thenAichi RiverWhen you crossHigashiomi City OfNotogawa Station..From Notogawa station, heading toward Azuchi, the inner lake (Lake Konakano) once approached, and Mt. Azuchi (Mt.Azuchi Castle Ruins) Was able to be seen, but it was buried and reclaimed during the war.[56]..腰越山トンネルをくぐって安土山南東側を通るとAfter passing through the Koshigoeyama tunnel and passing through the southeastern side of AzuchiyamaAzuchi stationAndCityscape of Omi merchants,MizugoThe nearest station toOmihachiman StationWhat.同駅からはFrom the stationOmi Railway Yokaichi LineConnects.Shinohara StationWhen you exit, the depot is sandwiched between the upper and lower lines,Yasu StationWhat.From this area, the number of houses will increase as it becomes a commuting area to Kyoto and Osaka.Yasu RiverWhen you crossMoriyama Station,continueRittou StationWhat.There are condominiums in front of each station.そしてAndKusatsu LineJoinsKusatsu StationLeading to.

From Kusatsu Station, it will be a multi-track section by direction[Annotation 15], Of which to Kyoto station1970A section that was double-tracked in (Showa 45).In addition, it will be parallel to National Route 1 (Tokaido), which was divided in Nagoya City, and will go west to Otsu Station, bypassing the southern end of Lake Biwa.草津駅を出るとすぐに草津川トンネルをくぐり、次はAs soon as you leave Kusatsu Station, go through the Kusatsu River tunnel, and nextMinami Kusatsu Stationso,Ritsumeikan UniversityIt is also the closest station to the Biwako / Kusatsu Campus.Seta StationIs the prefectural capital of Shiga PrefectureOtsu CityEnter and flow out from the southern end of Lake BiwaSetagawaAcross the.Ishiyama Temple,TorayIt is the nearest station to the head office factory ofIshiyama StationAnd nextZensho StationThen.Keihan Ishiyama Sakamoto LineIs connected, and the same line runs closer to Lake Biwa than the Tokaido Main Line between the two stations.Zeze Station used to have a motive power depot, and the nearby railroad tracks are laid high in preparation for crossing mountains.現在、ここからはCurrently from here1921(TaishoIt was completed in 10)Shin Osakayama Tunnel / Higashiyama TunnelIt is a route that goes straight through to Kyoto Station, but from here at the beginning of the openingOsakayamaDetour to the south side avoiding the massif ofNara LineInari StationI was heading to Kyoto Station via.その途中には日本初の山岳トンネルであったOn the way, it was Japan's first mountain tunnelOsakayama TunnelAnd nowKyoto UniversityEarthquake Prediction Research Center uses the site of a tunnel[57]..In addition, a part of the old line trace was later converted to the construction site of the Meishin Expressway.

On the current route, when you exit Zeze Station, National Route 1 is parallel on the left side.次のnextOtsu StationHas moved twice in the past and became the current location after the completion of the aforementioned Shin-Aisakayama tunnel.大津駅を出るとすぐにAs soon as you leave Otsu StationNational Route 161Keihan Keitsu LineGo through the Shin-Aisakayama tunnel,KyotoKyoto Cityto go into.Kosai LineJoined with Keihan Keizu LineKyoto Municipal Subway Tozai LineAlso connectYamashina StationFrom there, proceed through a large embankment, cross the Keihan line, and pass through the Higashiyama tunnel.Kyoto basinWhen you go out, in parallel with the Tokaido Shinkansen,Keihin Main LineStraddle.KamogawaWhen you cross, the Nara Line approaches from the south side,National Route 24StraddlingKyoto StationTo.同駅は京都観光の玄関口であるとともに、JR在来線各線や東海道新幹線・The station is the gateway to sightseeing in Kyoto, as well as the JR conventional lines and the Tokaido Shinkansen.Kintetsu Kyoto Line-Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma LineTerminal station where1997The all-glass station building was completed in 9, and the JR Kyoto Station NK Building is also open on the west side of the station.

Between Kyoto Station and Osaka Station

From Kyoto StationYodogawaTokaido Shinkansen on the north side ofHankyu Kyoto Main LineAt the same time, head southwest toward Osaka, and the Meishin Expressway also passes nearby to Suita City.On the other hand, National Route 1 and Keihan Main Line pass through the opposite bank of the Yodo River.After privatization, this section will be "JR Kyoto LineIs guided by the nickname of[Annotation 8]..From Kyoto Station to Mukomachi Station, there are five lines, including multiple lines and a single-track freight line.San'in Main Line(Sagano Line) On the right side after leavingKyoto Railway Museum(OriginalUmekoji Steam Locomotive Museum) But further aheadKyoto freight stationThere is.同貨物駅からはかつて山陰本線From the same freight station, it used to be the San-in Main LineTambaguchi StationThe Tokaido Main Line freight branch line (San'in connecting line) branches off to the San'in Main Line and Tokaido Main Line.Delta lineWas forming[Annotation 18]..左隣に並行する東海道新幹線の線路が下り外側線の直上を通る区間にIn the section where the Tokaido Shinkansen line parallel to the left passes directly above the down outer lineNishioji StationIs located.Katsura RiverWhen you cross, the direction turns to the south, and the freight line moves from the right side to the left side of the main line.Katsura River StationWhat.京都市を出てLeave KyotoMukoumachi StationAfter passing, the car depot is on the leftSuita General Vehicle OfficeThere is a Kyoto branch (former Mukomachi driver's office → Kyoto general driver's office).この車両基地からの連絡線と合流するとWhen you join the connecting line from this depotNagaokakyo StationLeading to.

Of the Meishin ExpresswayTennozan TunnelWhen you pass near the entrance,TennoyamaEnter the bottleneck sandwiched between and the Hankyu Kyoto Main Line from the left side.このthis(I.e.Has been a bottleneck of the transportation route between Kyoto and Osaka since ancient times, and in addition to the Tokaido Main Line and Hankyu Kyoto Main Line, the Tokaido ShinkansenNational Route 171(Saigoku Highway), Scissors the Yodo RiverKyo Kaido・京阪本線が寄り添う。・ The Keihan Main Line is close by.阪急線を跨ぎ、淀川に張り出す天王山の麓をまわる途中にOn the way around the foot of Mt. Tenno, which overhangs the Yodo River, straddling the Hankyu LineYamazaki StationThere is.同駅のホームに京都府とWith Kyoto Prefecture on the platform of the stationOsakaThere is a prefectural border in the vicinitySuntoryYamazaki DistilleryThere is.Shimamoto StationAfter passing through the bottleneckOsaka PlainEnter and pass the depot on the rightTakatsuki StationLeading to.

Residential areas are the main areas along the line from Takatsuki Station.Settsu Tomita Station-JR Soujiji StationAfterAnui RiverAcrossIbaraki Station..その先でBeyond thatOsaka Monorail,Kinki Expressway-Osaka Central Loop LineAfter passing through, the freight line branches to the right and enters the cargo-passenger separation section.貨物線にはJR貨物のJR Freight on the freight lineOsaka Freight Terminal StationThe branch lines from Suita merge to the front of Suita StationSuita Freight Terminal Station(Suita yardTrace) spreads.Passenger lineSenrioka StationPast,Kishibe StationIn front ofHankyu Railway Shojaku FactoryAruna vehicle, JR Freight at the end of the stationSuita engine district・ JR West Suita General Vehicle Station spreads to the left.Suita StationAt the end ofHankyu Senri LineCrossed and branched from the cargo line on the rightKatamachi LineIt is a branch lineJoto Freight LineOvercomes the passenger line, leaves to the southeast side, and traverses eastern OsakaOsaka East Line Umeda Freight LineJoin in.旅客線の複々線と梅田貨物線・Passenger line double track and Umeda Freight lineNorthern freight lineWith a total of 8 tracksKanzaki RiverWhen you crossOsakaEntered and planned before the warBullet trainIt was planned to be a connecting stationHigashiyodogawa Station..The current Shinkansen connection station, Shin-Osaka Station, is less than 700m away, and the Osaka East Line does not stop at this station.北方貨物線が右側へ離れると、東海道・When the northern freight line leaves to the right, TokaidoSanyo ShinkansenIs the gateway to Osaka inShin-Osaka Station..おおさか東線やOsaka East LineOsaka MetroMidosuji LineAlso connect.When the station opened, it was a landscape of rural areas, but now it is developing as a business district.なお、東海道本線開業時の吹田駅 - 大阪駅間のルートは現在の新大阪駅を通るルートではなく、現在の阪急京都線The route between Suita Station and Osaka Station when the Tokaido Main Line opened is not the route that passes through the current Shin-Osaka Station, but the current Hankyu Kyoto Line.Awaji StationIt was a route through.大正期にルートが変更され、それまでの旧線はThe route was changed in the Taisho era, and the old line until thenKita Osaka Electric RailwayIt was diverted to the track site (currently Hankyu Senri Line / Kyoto Line).

From Shin-Osaka Station, the Sanyo Shinkansen heads west straight toward Sanyo, while the Tokaido Main Line draws a U-shaped curve and passes through the city of Osaka on the opposite bank of the Yodo River.新大阪駅を出るとWhen you leave Shin-Osaka StationAboshi General Vehicle OfficeThe eastbound deadhead line from the Miyahara branch merges, overcoming the Hankyu Kyoto main line and crossing the Yodo River.渡り終えると並行していた梅田貨物線が右に離れAfter crossing, the Umeda Freight Line, which was in parallel, left to the rightNishikujo StationHead towards the direction.HEP FIVETurn right in front of the Ferris wheel and from the south sideOsaka Loop LineWhen approachingOsaka StationTo.同駅には2011年(平成23年)に商業施設・The station has a commercial facility in XNUMX (Heisei XNUMX)Osaka Station CityHas opened.周辺はThe surrounding areaUmedaIt is a downtown area ofHankyuEach line andHanshin Main Line OfUmeda Station, Osaka Metro Midosuji LineTanimachi Line-Yotsubashi LineEach station andJR Tozai LineKitashinchi StationThere is.

Between Osaka Station and Kobe Station

From Osaka StationHankyu Kobe Main Line・ Hanshin Main LineNational Route 2-Hanshin Expressway No.3 Kobe LineHeading west toward Kobe.The section between Osaka Station and Kobe Station is the first railway opening section in the Kansai area, and the history is the second oldest between Shimbashi Station and Yokohama Station.After privatization, "JR Kobe LineIs guided by the nickname of[Annotation 8]..When you leave Osaka Station, you will cross the Umeda Freight Line away from the Osaka Loop Line, which goes straight on the Tokaido Main Line, which curves sharply to the right.Hanshin Expressway No. 11 Ikeda LineIn parallel with, cross the Yodo River againTsukamoto StationTo.The westbound deadhead line to the Miyahara branch of the Amirai General Vehicle Station branches off.Ezaki GlicoAfter passing the Kanzaki Factory and the Northern Freight Line merges, the Hanshin Expressway Ikeda Line leaves to the right.左にカーブすると地下を通るJR東西線のIf you turn left, you will see the JR Tozai Line passing underground.Kashima StationHowever, there is no station on the Tokaido Main Line.The same line appears between the upper and lower outer and inner lines of the Tokaido.神崎川を再び渡るとWhen you cross the Kanzaki River againHyogoAmagasakiEnter and with the JR Tozai LineFukuchiyama Line(JR Takarazuka Line) connectsAmagasaki StationLeading to.

From here to the vicinity of Ashiya station, proceed through the densely populated residential area again.尼崎市役所の最寄駅であるThe nearest station to Amagasaki City HallTachibana StationAfterMukogawaAcrossNishinomiyaEnter and immediatelyKoshienguchi StationBut there isHanshin Koshien StadiumTo the Hanshin Main LineKoshien StationIs closer.同駅を過ぎ、名神高速道路とAfter passing the station, with the Meishin ExpresswayHankyu Imazu LineWhen you go throughNishinomiya Station..この付近からは国道2号と並行してFrom this area in parallel with Route XNUMXOsaka BayMt. Rokkosan siteProceeding through a flat residential area sandwiched between the two, the railroad tracks of Hankyu on the inland side and Hanshin on the sea side also approach.Sakura Shukugawa Station,continueAshiyaTo enter theAshiya StationWhat.Ceiling river OfAshiya RiverWhen you exit the Ashiya River tunnelKobe Cityto go into.

Konan Yamate StationAfter passing the nextSettsu Motoyama StationIs HankyuOkamoto StationIt is located about 500m.住吉川トンネルで天井川のAt the Sumiyoshi River tunnel, on the ceiling riverSumiyoshi RiverAfter passing under, from the left sideRokko linerApproachingSumiyoshi StationWhat.When you leave the station, it becomes elevatedIshiya RiverAcross the.This is Japan's first railway tunnel that once passed through the Ishiya River, which is a ceiling river.Ishiya River Tunnelwas there.Great Hanshin-Awaji EarthquakeRebuilt from collapse due toRokkomichi StationAfterMaya Station..This is the former Tonada signal field,Kobe Port StationFreight branch line connected to (Kobe Rinko Line) Was branched.AndNada StationAfter passing, proceed on the elevated line in parallel with the Hankyu Kobe Main Line that appeared on the right side.ShinikutagawaWhen you crossSannomiyaEnter the city ofSannomiya StationTo.The station is located next to Hankyu and HanshinSannomiya StationTogether with it, it forms a terminal in the center of Kobe city.Port liner-Kobe Municipal SubwayIs also connected.Sanyo ShinkansenShin-Kobe StationIs located at the foot of Mt. Rokkosan, subwayYamanote LineI am contacting you.

When you leave Sannomiya StationHankyu Kobe high speed lineFollow the elevated line in parallel withMotomachi StationThe same line goes underground in the vicinity.Under the elevated stationMotomachi viaduct shopping streetThere are three major areas in JapanChinatownone of·ChinatownThere is.Next to Motomachi stationKobe station..The function and bustle as the main terminal will be handed over to Sannomiya Station,Kobe HarborlandDevelopment progresses,Minatogawa ShrineClose to.The Tokaido Main Line, which runs 589.5 km from Tokyo Station, ends at this station, but the track is ahead.Sanyo Main LineContinues to.


Route data

Jurisdiction / route extension

Operating kilo
Overall length 713.0km (including branch lines. Between Tokyo Station and Kobe Station 589.5km)
Jurisdiction section for each branch office
Atami Station is under the jurisdiction of JR East, and Maibara Station is under the jurisdiction of JR West. The boundary between JR Central and JR Tokai is near the east exit of the Tanna Tunnel on the west side of Atami Station, and the boundary between JR Central and JR West is east of Maibara Station.


Number of stations: 186

  • Passenger station: 173 (including starting and ending stations, Shinagawa station-Musashikosugi station-Tsurumi station, Tsurumi station-Hazawa Yokohama Kokudai station, Ogaki station-Excluding branch line stations other than Mino Akasaka station)
    • JR East: 37
    • When limited to stations belonging to the Tokaido Main LineNambu LineMusashi-Kosugi station to which he belongs is excluded and becomes 36 stations.
    • JR Central: 84 (excluding Atami Station and Maibara Station)
      • When limited to stations belonging to the Tokaido Main LineChuo Main LineAffiliation Kanayama Station[66] Is excluded and it becomes 83 stations.
    • JR West: 52
  • Freight station: 13 (excluding stations with passengers)

Railroad / electrification method

1067 mm
Double track / single track section
  • Multiple linesAbove (conventional line *):
    • JR East: Tokyo Station- Odawara Stationwhile
      • Tokyo Station-Shinagawa Station is 3 double-tracks above ground + underground double-tracks (4 lines), Tsurumi Station-Yokohama Station and Higashi-Totsuka Station-Ofuna Station is 8 double-tracks (3 lines)
    • JR Central: Between Nagoya Station and Inazawa Station
    • JR West: Between Kusatsu Station and Kobe Station[Annotation 15]
      • 5 lines between Kyoto Station and Mukomachi Station
      • 6 lines between Ibaraki Station and Shin-Osaka Station
  • Double track :
    • JR East: Odawara Station-Atami Station, Shinagawa Station-Musashikosugi Station-Tsurumi Station, Hamamatsucho Station-Tokyo Freight Terminal Station-Hamakawasaki Station, Tsurumi Station-Hacchowa Station, Tsurumi Station-Higashitakashima Station, Tsurumi Station-Yokohama Hazawa Station-Higashi Totsuka Station
    • JR Central: Atami Station-between Nagoya Station, Inazawa Station-between Maibara Station
    • JR West: Maibara Station-Kusatsu Station, Shin-Osaka Station-Umeda Signal Base, Fukida Freight Terminal Station-Miyahara Train Station-Amasaki Station
  • Single line: All single track sections are branch lines
    • JR East: Irie Signal Station-between old and emerging stations, Higashi Takasima Station-between Sakuragicho Station
    • JR Central: Minami-Arao Signal Station-Mino-Akasaka Station, Minami-Arao Signal Station-Former Shin-Tarui Station-Sekigahara Station
    • JR West: Umeda Signal Base-between Fukushima Station
    • JR Freight: Sanno Signal Station-between Nagoya Port Station, Fukida Freight Terminal Station-between Osaka Freight Terminal Station
Electrified section
  • All sections except the following: DC1500V
  • JR Freight Sanno Signal Station-Nagoya Minato Station: Non-electrified

Operation management

Closure method
Security device
  • JR East
    • D-ATC: Tokyo Station-Shinagawa Station-Yokohama Station Train Line[67]
    • ATS-SN: Tokyo Freight Terminal Station-Hamakawasaki Station, Tsurumi Station-Sakuragicho Station[67]
    • ATS-P: Sections other than the above[67]
  • JR Tokai
  • JR West Japan
Operation command center
  • JR East
    • Tokyo General Command Office:
      • Between Tokyo Station and Atami Station (between Tokyo Station and Yugawara Station) ATOS
      • Shinagawa Station on the Hinkaku Line-Musashi-Kosugi Station-Tsurumi Station (ATOS)
      • Tokaido Freight Line Hamamatsucho Station-Hamakawasaki Station, Hatchonawate Station-Higashi-Totsuka Station (Tsurumi Station-Higashi-Totsuka Station ATOS)
    • AtamiCTC : Atami Station-(Kinomiya Station)[Annotation 24] while
  • JR Tokai
    • : (Kinomiya Station) --Between Shinjohara Station: (CTC)
    • Tokai General Command Center : Shinjohara Station-Maibara Station / Ogaki Station-Mino-Akasaka Station (CTC)
  • JR West Japan
Maximum speed (train and railcar)
  • JR East
    • 110km / h between Tokyo Station and Totsuka Station
    • 120km / h between Totsuka Station and Odawara Station
    • 110km / h between Odawara Station and Atami Station
    • Between Tokyo Station-Shinagawa Station-Yokohama Station (train line) 90km / h
    • Between Hamamatsucho Station-Hamakawasaki Station, Hatchonawate Station-Ofuna Station (Tokaido Freight Line) 95km / h
    • Between Ofuna Station and Odawara Station (Tokaido Freight Line) 120km / h
    • Tsurumi Station-Higashi Takasima Station-Sakuragicho Station (Takashima Line) 95km / h
  • JR Tokai
    • 110km / h between Atami Station and Toyohashi Station
    • 120km / h between Toyohashi Station and Maibara Station
    • Minami-arao Signal Station-Mino-Akasaka Station (branch line) 85km / h
    • Minami-arao Signal Station-Tarui Station-Sekigahara Station (Tarui Line) 85km / h
  • JR West Japan
    • Maibara Station-Kobe Station 130km / h

Passenger fare / ticket related

Passenger fare system
Except for the specific train section described belowMain lineFare
Suburban section(Passenger business rulesby)
  • Suburbs of Tokyo: Tokyo Station-Atami Station, Shinagawa Station-Musashikosugi Station-Tsurumi Station, Tsurumi Station-Hazawa Yokohama Kokudai Station
  • Suburbs of Osaka: Between Maibara Station and Kobe Station
Train specific section
  • JR East: Tokyo Station- Ofuna StationBetween Shinagawa Station-Musashi Kosugi Station-Tsurumi Station, Tsurumi Station-Hazawa Yokohama-Kokudai Station
  • JR West: Kyoto Station --Between Kobe Station
ICBoarding cardCorresponding section
  • SuicaMetropolitan area: Tokyo station-Atami station, Shinagawa station-Musashikosugi station-Tsurumi station, Tsurumi station-Hazawa Yokohama-Kokudai station[68]
  • TOICAArea: Atami Station-Maibara Station[69][70]
  • ICOCAArea: Between Maibara Station and Kobe Station[71]
Only commuter passes are available for use across JR passenger companies[69].

Station list

In this section, it is installed on this lineparking lot(station-Signal field) Is listed for each company.In this item, only the names of all stops and the kilometers of major stops (mainly branch lines / branch points of other lines and base stations for operation) are described, and details are described in route articles and system articles for each region.It also touches on the stops that existed in the past.

(Currency) is a freight station. Stations with ◆ ・ ◇ ・ ■ indicate freight handling stations (◇ means no regular freight trains, ■ isOff-rail station[39].. (Rin) isTemporary stationRepresents.The names of branch lines and freight lines are commonly known.

East Japan Railway

For details, see each service system article (Tokaido Line (JR East),Shonan Shinjuku Line,Yokosuka/Sobu Rapid Line,Sotetsu/JR direct line-Keihin Tohoku Line,Yamanote Line) And each branch line article listed below.

() Indicates business kilometers from the starting point

Main line
Tokyo Station (0.0km) Yurakucho Station - Shimbashi Station - Hamamatsucho Station - Tamachi Station - Takanawa gateway station - Shinagawa Station◇ (6.8km)- Oimachi Station - Omori Station - Kamata Station - Kawasaki Station (18.2km) Tsurumi Station (21.7km) Shinkoyasu Station - Higashi-Kanagawa Station (27.0km) Yokohama Station (28.8km) Hodogaya Station - Higashi-Totsuka Station (36.7km) Totsuka Station - Ofuna Station (46.5km) Fujisawa Station - Tsujido Station - Chigasaki Station (58.6km) Hiratsuka Station -(Currency)Sagami Cargo Station◆- Oiso Station - Ninomiya Station - Kofu Station (77.7km)-(Currency)Seishō Kamotsu Station◇- Kamonomiya Station◇- Odawara Station◇ (83.9km)- Hayakawa Station - Nebukawa Station - Manazuru Station - Yugawara Station - Atami Station (104.6km)
Shinazuru Line
Shinagawa Station (0.0km)- Nishioi Station - Musashikosugi Station (10.0km) Shin-Kawasaki Station - Shin-Tsurumi Signal Hall (13.9km) --Tsurumi Station (17.8km)
Tokaido Freight Line
Hamamatsucho Station (0.0km)-(Currency)Tokyo Freight Terminal Station◆ (7.1km)-(Currency)Kawasaki Freight Station◆- Hamakawasaki Station◇ (20.0km)
Tsurumi Station (0.0km)- Hatchobune Station (2.3km)
Tsurumi Station (0.0km)- Hazawa Yokohama Kokudai Station・ (Currency)Yokohama Hazawa Station◆ (8.8km) --Higashi-Totsuka Station (16.0km)
Takashima Line(Cargo line)
Tsurumi Station (0.0km)-(Currency)Higashitakashima Station - Sakuragicho Station (8.5km)

Tokai passenger railway

For details, see "Atami Station-Toyohashi Station"Tokaido Line (Shizuoka area) #Station list, Toyohashi Station-between Maibara StationTokaido Line (Nagoya area) #Station listSee.

Business kilometers from the starting point (main line is Tokyo Station, Mino-Akasaka Line and Shin-Tarui Line are Ogaki Station)

Main line
Atami Station (104.6km)- Kannami Station - Mishima Station◇ (120.7km)- Numazu Station◆ (126.2km)- Katahama Station - Hara Station◇- Higashi-Tagonoura Station - Yoshiwara Station◇- Fuji Station◆ (146.2km)- Fujikawa Station - Shin-Kabahara Station - Kambara Station - Yui Station - Okitsu Station - Shimizu Station - Kusanagi Station -(Currency)Shizuoka Freight Station◆- Higashi-Shizuoka Station - Shizuoka Station (180.2km) Abegawa Station - Yomune Station - Yaizu Station - Nishiyaizu Station - Fujieda Station - Rokugo Station - Shimada Station◇- Kanaya Station - Kikugawa station - Kakegawa Station (229.3km) Aino Station - Fukuroi Station - Miki Station - Iwata Station◇- Toyodacho Station - Tenryugawa Station - Hamamatsu Station (257.1km)-(Currency)Nishihamamatsu Station◆- Takatsuka Station - Maisaka Station - Bentenjima Station - Araimachi Station - Washizu Station - Shinjohara Station - Futagawa Station - Toyohashi Station■ (293.6km)- Nishikosakai Station - Aichi Mito Station - Mikawa Otsuka Station - Mikawa-Miya Station - Gamagori Station - Mikawa Shiotsu Station - Sangane Station - Koda Station - Aimi station - Okazaki Station (325.9km) Nishiokazaki Station - Anjo Station - Mikawaanjo Station (336.3km) Higashi Kariya Station - Nodashinmachi Station - Kariya station - Aisuma Station - Obu Station (346.5km) Kyowa Station - Minamiodaka Station - Odaka Station - Kasera Station - Atsuta Station - Kanayama Station (362.7km) Ogashirabashi Station - Nagoya Station◇ (366.0km)- Biwajima Station - Gojo River signal field - Kiyosu station◇- Inazawa Station◆- Owari Ichinomiya Station - Kisogawa Station - Gifu Station (396.3km) Nishi Gifu Station -(Currency)Gifu Freight Terminal Station◆- Hozumi Station◇- Ogaki Station (410.0km) Minami-Arao Signal Field - Tarui Station - Sekigahara Station (423.8km) Kashiwara Station - Omi Nagaoka Station◇- Samegai Station - Maibara Station◇ (445.9km)
Mino Akasaka Line
Ogaki Station (0.0km) --Minami Arao Signal Station (3.1km) - Arao Station - Mino Akasaka Station◆ (5.0km)
Shin-Tarui Line
Ogaki Station (0.0km) --Minami Arao Signal Station (3.1km) --OldShin-Tarui Station --Sekigahara Station (13.8km)

West Japan Railway Company

For details, see each nicknamed line article (between Maibara Station and Kyoto Station)Lake Biwa Line, Kyoto Station-between Osaka StationJR Kyoto Line, Osaka Station-Between Kobe StationJR Kobe Line) And each branch line article listed below.

() Is the business km from the starting point (main line is Tokyo Station)

Main line
Maibara Station ◇ (445.9km)- Maibara marshalling yard - Hikone Station - Minami-Hikone Station - Kawase Station - Inae Station - Notogawa Station - Azuchi station - Omihachiman Station - Shinohara Station - Yasu Station (483.9km) Moriyama Station◇- Rittou Station - Kusatsu Station (491.4km) Minami Kusatsu Station - Seta Station - Ishiyama Station◇- Zensho Station◇- Otsu Station - Yamashina Station (508.1km) Kyoto Station (513.6km)-(Currency)Kyoto freight station◆ (515.4km)- Nishioji Station - Katsura River Station - Mukoumachi Station◇- Nagaokakyo Station - Yamazaki Station - Shimamoto Station - Takatsuki Station (535.2km) Settsu Tomita Station - JR Soujiji Station - Ibaraki Station - Senrioka Station - Kishibe Station -(Currency)Suita Freight Terminal Station◆ (547.3km[Annotation 25]) - Suita Station (548.8km) Higashiyodogawa Station - Shin-Osaka Station (552.6km) Osaka Station (556.4km) Tsukamoto Station - Amagasaki Station (564.1km) Tachibana Station - Koshienguchi Station - Nishinomiya Station - Sakura Shukugawa Station - Ashiya Station - Konan Yamate Station - Settsu Motoyama Station - Sumiyoshi Station - Rokkomichi Station - Maya Station - Nada Station - Sannomiya Station (587.0km) Motomachi Station - Kobe station (589.5km)
Northern freight line
(Currency) Suita Cargo Terminal Station (0.0km)- Miyahara marshalling yard --Amagasaki Station (12.2km)
Umeda Freight Line
(Currency) Suita Freight Terminal Station (0.0km) --Shin-Osaka Station- Umeda signal field - Fukushima Station (10.0km)

Japan Freight Railway

For more information about the Nagoya Port Line, see the route article. () Is the business kilometer from the starting point

Freight branch line (Nagoya Port Line
Sanno signal field (0.0km) Yawata signal field -(Currency)Nagoyako Station (6.2km)
* Sanno signal fieldChuo Main LineIt is installed on the railroad track. 1987-Sanno signal field in 1994-JR Central Japan Railway between Nagoya Minato StationMain Stadium in front of Nagoya StadiumWas installed.
Freight branch line
(Currency) Suita Cargo Terminal Station (0.0km)-(Currency)Osaka Freight Terminal Station◆ (8.7km)

Unfinished line

Nanpō Freight Line
Obu Station-Kasadera Station- (Currency)Nagoya Freight Terminal Station
* The line was planned to be used as a bypass for freight trains, along with the Nishi-Nagoya Port Line, which will be described later, but construction was frozen.

Abolished section

The number in parentheses is the business kilometer from the starting point.Station names and facility names are as of the time of abolition.Tokaido Freight Line,Takashima Line,Nagoya Port Line,Kobe Rinko LineSee also

Freight branch line (1985Abolished)
Shiodome Station (0.0km) Shibaura Station (2.8km)
Freight branch line (1984Abolished)
Shiodome Station (0.0km)- Tokyo market station (1.1km)
Freight branch line (closed in 1959)
Higashi-Kanagawa Station (0.0km)- Umi Kanagawa Station (2.0km)
Branch line (1915Abolished)
Sakuragicho Station (0.00km) Hodogaya Station (4.02km)
Freight branch line (Hiratsuka branch line,1924Abolished)
Hiratsuka Station (0.00km) --Station name unknown (1.61km station name is also called "Hiratsuka cargo handling station")
Old line (1934ToGotemba LineRenamed to)
Kozu Station (0.0km)- Shimosoga Station (3.8km) Matsuda Station (10.2km) Yamakita Station (15.9km) Yaga signal box (20.0km) --Suruga Station (currentSuruga-Oyama Station) (24.6km)- Ashigara signal box (28.9km)- Gotemba Station (35.5km) Fujioka signal box (40.6km) Iwanami signal box (45.3km) Susono Station (50.7km) --Mishima Station (first generation, currentShimo-Togari Station) (55.6km) --Numazu Station (60.2km)
* The four signal boxes of Yaga, Ashigara, Fujioka, and Iwanami were later changed to stations.
Freight branch line (Numazu Port Line, Numazu Port Line1974Abolished)
Numazu Station (0.0km)- Numazu Port Station (3.0km)
Freight branch line (1930Abolished)
Atsuta Station (0.0km)- Kowatari signal field (1.8km) Chikusa Station (4.8km)
Freight branch line (Nishi-Nagoya Port Line
Nagoya Station (0.0km)- Nagoya Freight Terminal Station (3.9km) Nishi-Nagoya Port Station (12.6km)
2004ToNagoya seaside high-speed trainConvert to
Old line (1899Abolished)
Sekigahara Station (0.00km)-(Currency)Fukaya Station (7.34km) Harusho Station (10.60km) Kamisaka Station - Nagahama Station (23.03km)
(Currency) Fukaya Station (0.00km) --Omi Nagaoka Station (2.88km)
* Harusho Station and Kamisaka Station will be abolished before the line is discontinued.
Freight branch line (1969Abolished / previousOtsu Line
Zensho Station (0.0km) Hamaotsu Station (2.2km)
Old line (1921Abolished)
Zeze Station (0.0km)- Otani Station (3.06km) --Otsuka Signal Station (6.12km) - Yamashina Station (8.53km) Inari Station (13.36km) --Kyoto Station (16.25km)
* The current section between Inari Station and Kyoto StationNara Line.
Freight branch line (closed in 1984)
Umekoji Station (0.0km)- Kyoto Market Station (2.8km)
Branch line (1877Abolished / Ajigawa branch line)
Osaka Station (0.00km)- Anjigawa Station (2.82km)
Freight branch line (1980Abolished)
Amagasaki Station (0.0km)- Amagasaki Market Station (1.5km)
Freight branch line (2016Abolished[JR West 1]・ Sanin connecting line)
Kyoto Freight Station (0.0km)- Tambaguchi Station (3.3km)

Abandoned station

#Abolished sectionExcludes stations in.Tokaido Freight Line-Takashima Line-Nagoya Port Line-Kobe Rinko LineSee also

  • Gofukubashi Station : 1914Abolition,Tokyo StationNorth (around -0.3km)
  • Kanagawa Station : 1928Abolished, between Higashi-Kanagawa Station and Yokohama Station (around 28.2km)
  • Hiranuma Station : 1915Abolition,Yokohama StationSouth (around 29.5km)
  • Okitsugawa Station:1890Abolished, between Yui Station and Okitsu Station
  • Seikenji Temporary Boarding Area:1907Abolished, between Okitsu Station and Shimizu Station
  • (Rin)Sodeshi Station : 1971Abolished, between Okitsu Station and Shimizu Station (166.7 km)
  • (Currency)Sasashima Station : 1986Abolished, treated at the same location at Nagoya Station (366.0 km)
  • Shin-Tarui Station: Abolished in 1986, between Ogaki Station and Sekigahara Station (downward leased line, starting point from Ogaki Station 8.1 km)
  • Omiya Dori Temporary Stop:1877Abolished, near Umekoji Station
  • Temporary boarding / alighting station: Abolished in 1915, between Nishinomiya Station and Ashiya Station (around 574.5km)
  • Okamoto temporary boarding / alighting station: Abolished in 1915, near Settsu Motoyama Station / Konan Yamate Station (2st and 578.2nd generations around 3km, 576.6rd generation around XNUMXkm)
  • (Currency) Dongtan Station:1972Abolished, later Tonada signal field →Maya Station (583.7 km)

Abolished signal box

#Abolished sectionExcludes those in.

  • Isarago signal station: Tamachi station-Shinagawa station, on the train line (about 6.0km)
  • Shiba Temporary Signal Box: Same location as Isarago Signal Station
  • Meguro River Signal Station: Between Shinagawa Station and Nishi-Oi Station, on the Hinkaku Line (Osaki StationMerged on the premises)
  • Jakubo Signal Station: Between Shinagawa Station and Nishi-Oi Station, on the Hinkaku Line (merged inside Osaki Station)
  • Koyasu Signal Station: Between Tsurumi Station and Shin-Koyasu Station (approx. 24.6km)
  • Gongen Signal Station: Hodogaya Station-Higashi-Totsuka Station (about 34.2km)
  • Kawakami Signal Station: Between Higashi-Totsuka Station and Totsuka Station (about 37.0km)
  • Kubo Signal Station: Between Totsuka Station and Ofuna Station (approx. 43.6km)
  • Mairikawa Temporary Signal Box: Between Chigasaki Station and Hiratsuka Station (approx. 61.6km)
  • Kinomiya signal box: Atami station-Kannami station (105.8km.Kinomiya StationMerged on the premises)
  • Numakawa Temporary Signal Box: Between Yoshiwara Station and Fuji Station (approx. 142.3km)
  • Fujikawa Signal Station: Between Fuji Station and Fujikawa Station (approx. 148.1km)
  • Tokumado Temporary Signal Station: Between Yui Station and Okitsu Station (161.9st generation is about 2km, 161.6nd generation is about XNUMXkm)
  • Dong Temporary Signal Box: Between Yui Station and Okitsu Station (162.6km)
  • Ishibe Temporary Signal Station: Between Mochimune Station and Yaizu Station (approx. 190.0km)
  • Isohama Temporary Signal Station: Between Mochimune Station and Yaizu Station (approx. 191.1km)
  • Setogawa Temporary Signal Station: Between Mochimune Station and Yaizu Station (approx. 192.0km)
  • Qingdao Signal Station: Between Rokugo Station and Shimada Station
  • Tomoda Signal Box: Between Kanaya Station and Kikugawa Station (217.7km)
  • Umebashi Signal Station: Kakegawa Station-Fukuroi Station (about 233.6km)
  • Haratani Nogawa Temporary Signal Station: Fukuroi Station-Iwata Station (approx. 239.3km)
  • Otagawa Temporary Signal Station: Fukuroi Station-Iwata Station (approx. 241.6km)
  • Tenryu Bridge Signal Station: Between Toyodacho Station and Tenryugawa Station (approx. 249.8km)
  • Shirasuka Signal Station: Between Washizu Station and Shinjohara Station (approx. 281.6km)
  • Otsuka Signal Station: Near Mikawa-Otsuka Station (about 305.6km)
  • Fukozu Signal Station: Between Mikawa-Shiotsu Station and Sangane Station (approx. 314.7km)
  • Noda signal box: Near Higashi-Kariya station (about 338.1km)
  • Tsuyuhashi Temporary Signal Box: Between Otobashi Station and Nagoya Station (363.6km)
  • Sakou Temporary Signal Box: Between Nagoya Station and Biwajima Station (368.2km)
  • Kiyosu Signal Station: Between Biwajima Station and Kiyosu Station (approx. 373.2km)
  • Kisobashi Temporary Signal Station: Between Kisogawa Station and Gifu Station (approx. 391.7km)
  • Nagara River Temporary Signal Station: Nishi-Gifu Station-Hozumi Station (approx. 401.1km)
  • Terakura signal box: Samegai station-Maibara station (about 443.0km)
  • Takamiyagawa Temporary Signal Station: Between Minami-Hikone Station and Kawase Station (approx. 455.7km)
  • Yasu River Signal Station: Between Yasu Station and Moriyama Station (approx. 486.2km)
  • Okami River Signal Box: Between Minami Kusatsu Station and Seta Station (approx. 495.1km)
  • Seta River Temporary Signal Box: Between Seta Station and Ishiyama Station (approx. 497.6km)
  • Higashiyama Temporary Signal Box: Between Yamashina Station and Kyoto Station (512.0km)
  • Katsuragawa Signal Station: Nishioji Station-Mukomachi Station (approx. 517.9km)
  • KISSHOIN Signal Station: Nishioji Station-Mukomachi Station (approx. 518.1km)
  • Kotari Signal Station: Between Mukomachi Station and Nagaokakyo Station (approx. 523.4km)
  • Sakurai Temporary Signal Box: Between Yamazaki Station and Takatsuki Station (529.6km)
  • Kajiwara Signal Station: Between Yamazaki Station and Takatsuki Station (approx. 531.9km)
  • Tomita Signal Station: Near Settsu Tomita Station (approx. 538.1km)
  • Ibaraki River Temporary Signal Station: Settsu Tomita Station-Ibaraki Station (approx. 540.2km)
  • Tsuboi Signal Station: Between Senrioka Station and Suita Station (approx. 544.9km)
  • Suita signal field: Senrioka Station-Kishibe Station (546.3km)
    • It was installed on the site after the abolition of Suita Freight Terminal, but after the opening of Suita Freight Terminal Station, it was integrated into the station premises.[Annotation 25].
  • Senri Signal Box: Suita Station-Higashiyodogawa (549.2km)
  • Nishi Suita Temporary Signal Box: Between Suita Station and Higashi Yodogawa Station (550.2km)
  • Takahata Temporary Signal Station: Suita Station-Osaka Station
  • Miyahara Signal Box: Between Higashi-Yodogawa Station and Shin-Osaka Station (552.3km)
    • The junction of the northern freight line and the main line.
  • Yamaguchi Signal Station: Between Higashi-Yodogawa Station and Shin-Osaka Station (approx. 552.4km)
  • Kamiyodogawa Temporary Signal Box: Between Shin-Osaka Station and Osaka Station (554.7km)
  • Nozato signal box: Tsukamoto station-Amagasaki station (about 560.1km)
  • Utajima signal box: Tsukamoto station-Amagasaki station The first generation is about 561.2km, the second generation is 2km)
    • The confluence of the northern freight line and the main line.Integrated into Tsukamoto Station and abolished.
  • Mizuno Signal Station: Tachibana Station-Koshienguchi Station (approx. 567.7km)
  • Mukogawa Temporary Signal Station: Tachibana Station-Koshienguchi Station (approx. 568.5km)
  • Ashiya Temporary Signal Station: Between Ashiya Station and Konan Yamate Station (approx. 576.3km)


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注 釈

  1. ^ Hazawa Yokohama-Kokudai Station is Sotetsu station numbering SO
  2. ^ The kilometer of the second-class railway business of JR Freight is 2 km including 2.7 km between the Irie signal box and the old and emerging.
  3. ^ a b Of this section, 3.1 km between Ogaki Station and Minami-Arao Signal Station is duplicated with the track between Ogaki Station-Minami-Arao Signal Station-<Shin-Tarui Station> -Sekigahara. ) Has been.
  4. ^ a b Of this section, 3.1 km between Ogaki Station and Minami-Arao Signal Station is duplicated with the track between Ogaki Station-Minami-Arao Signal Station and Mino-Akasaka Station (not duplicated in JR Freight's Type 2 Railway Business Km). There is.
  5. ^ a b The operating kilometers of the down line via Shin-Tarui (between Ogaki Station-Minami-arao Signal Station-<Shin-Tarui Station> -Sekigahara Station) are the same as the up line via Tarui.
  6. ^ a b Passenger railway companies do not include this section in their total operating kilometers, but JR Freight has set (or did) operating kilometers for Type 2 railways.
  7. ^ a b c d e FormallyYamanote Line TheShinagawa Station - Shinjuku Station - Tabata Stationwhile,Yokosuka LineOfuna Station- Kurihama StationThe Keihin Tohoku Line is a line betweenOmiya Station --Tokyo Station --between Yokohama StationTrain lineCommon name for.The Tokaido Main Line includes all lines on the Yamate Line and Keihin Tohoku Line between Tokyo Station-Shinagawa Station-Yokohama Station and the Yokosuka Line between Tokyo Station-Ofuna Station.
  8. ^ a b c d "Biwako Line"Hokuriku Main LineMaibara Station- Nagahama StationNagahama Station-Kyoto Station, "JR Kyoto Line" between Kyoto Station-Osaka Station, "JR Kobe Line"Sanyo Main LineKobe Station- Himeji StationIt is used as a nickname between Osaka Station and Himeji Station.
  9. ^ a b c An express train is equivalent to the current rapid train, and is different from an express train that requires a special charge.
  10. ^ Current Shiga PrefectureNational Route 365Near the "Onoki" intersection
  11. ^ The description was deleted from the 2011 edition in the "Freight Timetable" of the Japan Freight Railway Company.Also, on the official JR Freight website Environmental / Social Report As of April 2010, 4, the number of stations is the same as that of the 1 edition of "Freight Timetable" for "JR Freight All Business Lines".
  12. ^ The entire section of the Tokaido Main Line runs on the Yokosuka Line.
  13. ^ a b Between Shin-Osaka Station and Fukushima StationUmeda Freight LineOsaka station does not pass to drive.
  14. ^ All distancesOperating kilo.
  15. ^ a b c West of Kobe StationSanyo Main LineIncludingShin-Nagata StationA quadruple track for each direction continues to the east side, from the vicinity of the stationNishi Akashi StationUntilDouble track by trackIt has become.
  16. ^ a b Excludes the Tokyo tunnel on the freight line and Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line.
  17. ^ Detail is"Sakurabashi Station (Shizuoka Prefecture)"reference
  18. ^ Umekoji Kyoto Nishi StationBecause of the new construction of this freight branch line2016(28)May 2Abolished to[JR West 1][58].
  19. ^ The Tokyo Freight Terminal branch line is the former Shimbashi station, which was the starting station of the Tokaido main line.Shiodome StationFrom (currently abolished) Hamamatsucho Station --Tokyo Freight Terminal Station - Kawasaki Freight Station(Former Shiohama Train Station) -Hamakawasaki Station-Hacchowa Station-Tsurumi Station is a general term for the Gulf Freight Line, of which Hamamatsucho Station-Tokyo Freight Terminal Station is "Oshio Line"(Oshiosen)[61]There was a popular name,.The origin is "LIs the name of the Tokyo Freight Terminal Station at the time of planning, "Oi Freight Station" (there is also a theory that it is from Oi Wharf).Is Shiodome Station, which was once the starting station[61].
  20. ^ "Tsurumi Line" between Kawasaki Freight Station and Tsurumi Station[61]There was a popular name. "craneIs derived from Tsurumi Station,saltIs derived from the former name Shiohama Train Station at Kawasaki Freight Station.[61]..However, the popular name Tsuru Shio Line has not been used much since the Shiohama Train Station was renamed Kawasaki Freight Station.
  21. ^ Ogaki Station-(Minami-arao Signal Station)-Tarui Station-The down line between Sekigahara Station is commonly known as the Tarui Line.
  22. ^ Regarding station operations, each station between Maibara Station and Suita Station (Kyoto Station is only on the conventional line)Kyoto branch, Higashi-Yodogawa Station-Amagasaki Station (Shin-Osaka Station is only the conventional line part)Osaka branch, Tachibana Station-Kobe StationKobe branchHowever, each is in charge.
  23. ^ The preceding train is captured by a fixed blockage, but the own train is controlled to stop before the blockage where the preceding train is, instead of decelerating and stopping in the blockage unit. In JR East, it is called "ATC method" together with the method according to item 3 of the same paragraph.
  24. ^ Kinomiya stationInterlocking stationHowever, there is no platform on the Tokaido Line.
  25. ^ a b The km of Suita Freight Terminal Station in the "2014 Freight Timetable" of the Japan Freight Railway Company is the same as the km of Suita Freight Terminal (546.3km).


  1. ^ a b RP2004-9 pp. 46-49 "Trends in Freight Transportation on the JR Freight Tokaido Line"
  2. ^ Masaharu Ebara, "Going on the Tokaido in the Middle Ages" (Chuko Shinsho, April 2008)
  3. ^ "Government Bulletin" December 61, 12 issue (No. 20)
  4. ^ a b c d Asahi 2009 pp. 24-35 "1872-2009 Tokaido Main Line Chronicle"
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k RJ1989-5 pp. 34-43 Naoki Tanemura"100 Years of Arterial Tokaido Line Supporting Japan"
  6. ^ Eiichi Aoki, The Mystery of the Legend of Railway Repellent, Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 2006, pp. 63-68
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k RP1984-12 pp. 18-23 "Trains that passed the Tokaido Line"
  8. ^ RP1984-12 pp. 53-56 "20 Years of Shinkansen Opening"
  9. ^ a b Masahiro Saka, "Tokaido Main Line (Shonan Train) / Yokosuka Line Vehicle History", "Railway Diagram Information" No. 313, Kotsu Shimbunsha, May 2010, pp. 5-34.
  10. ^ a b c RP2004-9 pp. 55-66 "Interest of trains running on the Tokaido Main Line"
  11. ^ "Moonlight Nagara" decided to abolish last spring's service to Last Run ". TRAICY. (January 2021, 1). https://www.traicy.com/posts/20210122196315/ 2021/1/22Browse. 
  12. ^ "Annual report of the Railway Bureau in 27Ministry of Communications Railway Bureau, 1895, p. 60 (National Diet Library Digital Collection)
  13. ^ "Annual report of the Railway Bureau in 35』Ministry of Communications Railway Bureau, 1903, p. 1 (from the National Diet Library Digital Collection)
  14. ^ a b "Isarago Signal Station" "Railway journalVol. 30, No. 4, Railway Journal, August 1996, p. 4.
  15. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r RP2004-9 pp. 10-23 "Record of Tokaido Main Line Track Improvement"
  16. ^ Memorial stamp"Ministry of Communications Notification No. 52" "Government Bulletin" February 1949, 2(National Diet Library Digital Collection)
  17. ^ Memorial stamp"Ministry of Communications Notification No. 295" "Government Bulletin" February 1949, 5(National Diet Library Digital Collection)
  18. ^ "Japanese National Railways in the Kinki Region-History of Osaka / Tennoji / Fukuchiyama Railway Bureau" Osaka / Tennoji / Fukuchiyama Railway Bureau History Editorial Committee 2004 p. 361
  19. ^ "Japanese National Railways in the Kinki Region-History of Osaka / Tennoji / Fukuchiyama Railway Bureau" Osaka / Tennoji / Fukuchiyama Railway Bureau History Editorial Committee 2004 p. 371
  20. ^ a b History of railway construction Tokaido Main Line (double track) --Japan Federation of Construction Contractors
  21. ^ "Japanese National Railways Public Notice No. 166". Official gazette(July 1982, 11) 
  22. ^ "Japanese National Railways Public Notice No. 167". Official gazette(July 1982, 11) 
  23. ^ "Japanese National Railways Public Notice No. 164". Official gazette (17047). (February 1982, 11) 
  24. ^ Electric Vehicle Study Group "FY38 Railway Handbook" p.XNUMX
  25. ^ Electric Vehicle Study Group "FY59 Railway Handbook" p.XNUMX
  26. ^ a b Damage caused by heavy rain caused by Typhoon No. 2014 (10th report) (as of 07:7, 00/XNUMX/XNUMX) (PDF) -Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
  27. ^ Resuming operation between Fuji and Yui on the Tokaido Main Line ... Bus agency will be carried out between Kambara and Okitsu -Response, December 2014, 10
  28. ^ Denkisha Kenkyukai "FY23 Railroad Handbook" page XNUMX
  29. ^ Denkisha Kenkyukai "Reiwa 61st Year Railway Handbook" p. XNUMX
  30. ^ "Takanawa Gateway Station" will open on March 3, next year --TV Asahi, December 2019, 12
  31. ^ "New stations such as Takanawa Gateway Station and Mikuriya Station opened, 2 stations abolished in Hokkaido". My Navi News. My navi (September 2019, 12). 2019/12/23Browse.
  32. ^ Established a new station on the JR Tokaido Main Line --Iwata City, December 2019, 12
  33. ^ "The name of the new "Umekita" station has been decided to be "Osaka Station" JR West is treated as the same station by being connected by an underground passage". Vehicle news. Media Vague (September 2020, 3). 2021/3/26Browse.
  34. ^ a b RP2003-9 pp. 46-52 "Rapid operation status of JR companies JR East Tokyo area"
  35. ^ a b c d e RP2013-2 pp. 10-19 "Tokaido Main Line History Interest Tokyo-Nagoya"
  36. ^ a b c RP2003-9 pp. 10-24 "Development of Rapid Driving in Metropolitan Areas-Focusing on the JNR Era-"
  37. ^ RP2003-9 pp. 53-56 "Rapid operation status of JR companies JR Central Nagoya area"
  38. ^ "Railway schedule information" issues, Kotsu Shimbunsha.
  39. ^ a b c "Freight Timetable March 26 Timetable Revision", Rail Freight Association, 3.
  40. ^ "Timetable of Transportation Corporation Supervised by JNR" March 1986 issue, Japan Transportation Corporation
  41. ^ a b c RF1986-10 pp. 7-43 "The past and present of the Tokaido train"
  42. ^ a b RP2006-3 pp. 63-71 "All lines electrified half a century Tokaido line trains and rolling stock seen in Gifu"
  43. ^ RP2013-3 pp. 50-53 "Koto Line Travel-History and Scenery-"
  44. ^ RP2013-3 pp. 30-39 "Tokaido Main Line Spot View 2 Nagoya-Kobe"
  45. ^ "JR Tokai 117 series withdraws from regular operation". Railfan railf.jpKoyusha (October 2013, 3). 2013/3/17Browse.
  46. ^ ""Thank you, the trip of" Express Izu "by the 211 series train" held --Railfan railf.jp”. Koyusha (May 2012, 5). 2012/5/18Browse.
  47. ^ "JR East, Tokaido Line E217 series end of commercial operation-Vehicles that were active in the "Shonan color" belt". My Navi News. Mynavi (December 2015, 3). 2015/3/20Browse.
  48. ^ "List of JR Freight Locomotive Operation Sections (as of March 2012, 3 revision)" "Railway Notebook 17", Sogensha, pp. 2013-46.
  49. ^ Sources for linear, parallel / intersecting railroads / roads and surrounding buildings:
    • Google map Maps and aerial photographs (2011)
    • "Special Feature Tokaido Main Line Tokyo-Nagoya 366.0km", "Railfan", Koyusha, December 2007, pp. 12-14.
    • "Special Feature Tokaido Main Line Nagoya-Kobe 223.5km" "Railfan", Koyusha, January 2008, pp. 1-9.
  50. ^ "Tokyo station becomes a city. Tokyo Station City (PDF) ”. East Japan Railway Company (2008). 2011/11/5Browse.
  51. ^ "Sakura shrimp town Yui”. Yui Port Fisheries Cooperative. 2011/11/5Browse.
  52. ^ Koichi Tokuda"New Edition Marugoto JR Tokai Burari Journey along the Line" Shichiken Publishing, 1998, p. 84.ISBN 4-88304-339-8.
  53. ^ Asahi 2009 pp. 21-23
  54. ^ RP2013-3 pp. 20-29 "Visit the history of the Tokaido Line around Shiga and Kyoto"
  55. ^ RP2004-9 pp. 25-29 "Tokaido Line Railroad Song and Postcard Trip"
  56. ^ Yoshiki Tsuji, Kansai Railway Archaeological Exploration, JTB Publishing, 2007, pp. 146-149.
  57. ^ Asahi 2009 pp. 16-17
  58. ^ Kyoto's Delta Line will be partially abolished in 2016 because of "Umekoji New Station" etc. -Vehicle News, April 2015, 2
  59. ^ The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism supervised by the Railway Bureau "Railway Manual" 28 edition, Electric Vehicle Study Group/Railway Book Publication Society, p.23
  60. ^ "Company Handbook 2019-2020(PDF) East Japan Railway Company, p. 88. "Tokyo-Atami [via Kawasaki and Yokohama] XNUMX XNUMX / (Shinagawa)-(Tsurumi) [via Shin-Kawasaki] XNUMX XNUMX"
  61. ^ a b c d e f Masakazu Iwanari "The Transformation is Imminent !? Ayumi of the Tokaido Freight Line" "Rail Magazin 2018.5 Special Feature Tokaido Freight Line" Vol. 35, No. 5, No. 416, Neko Publishing, May 2018, 5, pp. 1-21.
  62. ^ Yoshikazu Kusamachi "Yokosuka Line-Sobu Line Followed by" Airboat Narita "in the Morning Rush" "Railway Journal January 2015 Special Feature ● Checking Kanto / Kansai Rapid Train Ability" Vol. 1, No. 49 (Volume No. 1) , Railway Journal, January 579, 2015, p. 1.
  63. ^ "Railway Handbook" supervised by the Railway Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, 28 edition, Denkisha Kenkyukai / Railway Book Publishing Association, pp.36,38
  64. ^ Supervised by the Railway Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism "Railway Handbook", Tokai Passenger Railway Co., Ltd. Tokaido Line Electric Vehicle Study Group / Railway Book Publishing Association, p.2
  65. ^ The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism supervised by the Railway Bureau "Railway Manual" 28 edition, Electric Vehicle Study Group/Railway Book Publication Society, p.40
  66. ^ ``Transition of Stops Encyclopedia JNR/JR Edition''JTB 1998 ISBN-978 4533029806
  67. ^ a b c Sustainability Report 2018 Page 34-JR East, September 2018
  68. ^ "Suica > Available area > Metropolitan area”. East Japan Railway Company. 2012/6/16Browse.
  69. ^ a b "IC card commuter passes that JR3 companies cross areas such as" Suica and TOICA ". From March ". Impress Watch (Impress). (November 2021, 1). https://www.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/news/1301075.html 2021/3/12Browse. 
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  71. ^ "Available areas | ICOCA: JR Outing Net”. West Japan Railway Company. 2018/10/9Browse.

Press release material

JR East
  1. ^ a b c d “December 2001 timetable revision III. Metropolitan area transportation” (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (April 2001, 9), http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2001_1/20010914/06.html 2012/5/26Browse. 
  2. ^ a b c “About the March 2015 timetable revision” (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (October 2014, 12), http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2014/20141222.pdf 2015/3/20Browse. 
  3. ^ "About the March XNUMX timetable revision" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (December 2008, 12), http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2008/20081216.pdf 2013/3/10Browse. 
  4. ^ "Opening date of Sotetsu / JR direct line decided" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (October 2019, 3), https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2018/20190326.pdf 2019/4/1Browse. 
  5. ^ a b “About the March 2020 timetable revision” (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (October 2019, 12), https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2019/20191213_ho01.pdf 2019/12/23Browse. 
  6. ^ a b “About the March 2019 timetable revision” (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (April 2019, 9), https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2019/20190906_ho01.pdf 2019/10/11Browse. 
JR Tokai
  1. ^ "Notice of additional trains in spring" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Central Japan Railway Company, (January 2021, 1), p. 22, オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 1., https://web.archive.org/web/20210122051627/https://jr-central.co.jp/news/release/_pdf/000040932.pdf 2021/1/22Browse. 
  2. ^ About future operation plans due to the Tokaido Main Line disaster -Tokai Passenger Railway, July 2014, 10
  3. ^ About resuming operation between Yui Station and Okitsu Station on the Tokaido Main Line -Tokai Passenger Railway, July 2014, 10
  4. ^ About the timetable revision in March 2020 ~ "Nozomi 3 timetables" will start! ~ (PDF) -Tokai Passenger Railway, July 2019, 12
  5. ^ "About the March XNUMX timetable revision" (PDF) (Press Release), Central Japan Railway Company, (December 2011, 12), http://jr-central.co.jp/news/release/_pdf/000013606.pdf 2012/7/22Browse. 
JR West Japan
JR freight
  1. ^ a b c About Suita Freight Terminal Station Opening and Kudara Freight Terminal Station Renewal Opening --Japan Freight Railway Press Release, dated March 2013, 3, viewed March 13, 2013. (PDF)

newspaper article

  1. ^ The Tokaido Main Line opens for the first time in 6 days. The terrifying slow driving "Asahi Shimbun" July 49, 1974 evening edition, 7rd edition, 13th page
  2. ^ "JR Freight Inazawa-Nagoya Freight Ta is electrified Tokaido Line speed up". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 5. (July 1998, 4) 
  3. ^ The new station name on the Tokaido Line in Ibaraki City is "JR Soujiji", scheduled to open in the spring of 30 JR West -Sankei Shimbun, December 2017, 8
  4. ^ “Agreement on the establishment of Muraoka New Station on the Tokaido Line JR East and prefecture, Fujisawa, Kamakura City”. Kanagawa newspaper(November 2021, 2). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 2.. https://web.archive.org/web/20210208083715/https://www.kanaloco.jp/news/government/article-392802.html 2021/2/8Browse. 
  5. ^ "To set up a new station between Ofuna and Fujisawa stations on the JR Tokaido line ... Aiming to open around 2032". Yomiuri Shimbun(November 2021, 2). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 2.. https://web.archive.org/web/20210213124124/https://www.yomiuri.co.jp/economy/20210208-OYT1T50165/ 2021/2/13Browse. 
  6. ^ "The dignity of the original construction, the red brick station building is fully opened, JR Tokyo Station". MSN Sankei News (Sankei Shimbun). (December 2012, 10). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2012, 10.. https://web.archive.org/web/20121001142435/http://sankei.jp.msn.com/life/news/121001/trd12100109070010-n1.htm 2017/10/6Browse. 


  • Kenji Nakamura"The birth of the Tokaido Line-the father of the railwayMasaru InoueLife "Icarus Publishing, February 2009.ISBN 978-4-86320-175-0.
  • "Weekly all railway lines in history JNR / JR 01 Tokaido Main Line"Asahi Shimbun Publishing, 2009.(Indicated as Asahi 2009)
  • "<Special feature> Tokaido Line" "Railway pictorial』No.440,Electric Vehicle Study Group, February 1984.(Indicated as RP1984-12)
  • "[Special Feature] Rapid Driving in Metropolitan JR Lines" "Railway Pictorial" No. 736, Denkisha Kenkyukai, September 2003.(Indicated as RP2003-9)
  • "[Special Feature] Tokaido Main Line Now and Old" "Railway Pictorial" No. 751, Denkisha Kenkyukai, September 2004.(Indicated as RP2004-9)
  • "[Special feature] 50 years of electrification of all lines of the Tokaido Main Line" "Railway Pictorial" No. 736, Denkisha Kenkyukai, March 2006.(Indicated as RP2006-3)
  • "[Special Feature] Tokaido Main Line (I)" "Railway Pictorial" No. 872, Denkisha Kenkyukai, February 2013.(Indicated as RP2013-2)
  • "[Special Feature] Tokaido Main Line (II)" "Railway Pictorial" No. 873, Denkisha Kenkyukai, March 2013.(Indicated as RP2013-3)
  • "Special feature: 30 years of electrification of all Tokaido lines" "Railway fan』No.306,Friendship company, February 1986.(Indicated as RF1986-10)
  • "Tokaido Main Line, which has reached its 100th anniversary" "Railway journal』No.271,Railway Journal, February 1989.(Indicated as RJ1989-5)

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