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Encyclopedia > Keisei Main Line

The Keisei Main Line (京成本線 Keisei-honsen?) between Tokyo and Narita, Japan, is the main line of the Keisei Electric Railway network. Tokyo ) , literally eastern capital, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and includes the highly urbanized central area formerly known as the city of Tokyo which is the heart of the Greater Tokyo Area. ... The street of Narita-san temple Narita ) is a city located in Chiba, Japan. ... Keisei Headquarters Skyliner, Keiseis express train from Tokyo to Narita Airport The ) is a major private railway in Chiba and Tokyo, Japan. ...


Train classes

Skyliner express train
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Skyliner express train
  • Skyliner trains run the entire length of the line in 53 minutes, stopping only at Ueno, Nippori, and the airport. (Some trains also stop at Keisei Narita.)
  • Morning Liner and Evening Liner trains stop at Ueno, Nippori, Aoto, Yachiyodai, Keisei Sakura, Keisei Narita, and the airport. These trains run into Tokyo during the morning rush hour and out of Tokyo during the evening rush hour.
  • Limited express (tokkyū)
  • Commuter express (tsūkin-tokkyū)
  • Rapid (kaisoku)
  • Express (kyūkō)
  • Local (kakueki-teisha/futsū)

Express (kyuko) trains only operate between Aoto and Takasago on through services to other Keisei lines. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1600x1200, 567 KB) ファイルの概要 Description: Keisei Electric Railway Type AE100 Source: Photo by uploader (LERK) Date: July 4th, 2004 Author: LERK Permission: GFDL licence Licensing File links The following pages link to this file: Narita International Airport Keisei Electric Railway Skyliner ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1600x1200, 567 KB) ファイルの概要 Description: Keisei Electric Railway Type AE100 Source: Photo by uploader (LERK) Date: July 4th, 2004 Author: LERK Permission: GFDL licence Licensing File links The following pages link to this file: Narita International Airport Keisei Electric Railway Skyliner ... Keisei Skyliner The Skyliner (スカイライナー) is the name of a limited-express airport train which runs from downtown Tokyo to Narita Airport. ...


Stations

Station Name Distance
from Ueno
City Connections
Keisei-Ueno Station 0.0km Taito, Tokyo Walkway to Ueno Station for East Japan Railway, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Nippori Station 2.1km Arakawa, Tokyo Jōban Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line, Yamanote Line
Shin-Mikawashima Station 3.4km Arakawa, Tokyo
Machiya Station 4.3km Arakawa, Tokyo Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Toden Arakawa Line
Senju-Ōhashi Station 5.9km Adachi, Tokyo
Keisei Sekiya Station 7.3km Adachi, Tokyo Tobu Isesaki Line
Horikiri-Shobuen Station 8.8km Katsushika, Tokyo
Ohanajaya Station 9.9km Katsushika, Tokyo
Aoto Station 11.5km Katsushika, Tokyo Keisei Oshiage Line (through service) Toei Asakusa Line Thru trains (Joint use)
Keisei-Takasago Station 12.7km Katsushika, Tokyo Keisei Kanamachi Line, Hokusō Line (joint use with Toei Asakusa Line through trains)
Keisei-Koiwa Station 14.5km Edogawa, Tokyo
Edogawa Station 15.7km Edogawa, Tokyo
Kōnodai Station 16.4km Ichikawa, Chiba
Ichikawa-Mama Station 17.3km Ichikawa, Chiba
Sugano Station 18.2km Ichikawa, Chiba
Keisei-Yawata Station 19.1km Ichikawa, Chiba Toei Shinjuku Line and Sobu Line (Motoyawata Station)
Onigoe Station 20.1km Ichikawa, Chiba
Keisei-Nakayama Station 20.8km Funabashi, Chiba
Higashi-Nakayama Station 21.6km Funabashi, Chiba
Keisei-Nishifuna Station 22.2km Funabashi, Chiba
Kaijin Station 23.6km Funabashi, Chiba
Keisei-Funabashi Station 25.1km Funabashi, Chiba Tobu Noda Line and Sobu Line (Funabashi Station)
Daijingu-Shita Station 26.4km Funabashi, Chiba
Funabashi-Keibajō Station 27.2km Funabashi, Chiba
Yatsu Station 28.2km Narashino, Chiba
Keisei-Tsudanuma Station 29.7km Narashino, Chiba Keisei Chiba Line (through),Shin-Keisei Line
Keisei-Ōkubo Station 32.1km Narashino, Chiba
Mimomi Station 34.0km Narashino, Chiba
Yachiyodai Station 36.6km Yachiyo, Chiba
Keisei-Ōwada Station 38.7km Yachiyo, Chiba
Keisei-Katsutadai Station 40.3km Yachiyo, Chiba Tōyō Rapid Line (Tōyō-Katsutadai Station)
Shizu Station 42.1km Sakura, Chiba
Yūkarigaoka Station 43.2km Sakura, Chiba Yamaman Yukarigaoka Line
Keisei-Usui Station 45.7km Sakura, Chiba
Keisei-Sakura Station 51.0km Sakura, Chiba
Ōsakura Station 53.0km Sakura, Chiba
Keisei-Shisui Station 55.0km Shisui, Chiba
Sōgosandō Station 57.0km Shisui, Chiba
Kōzunomori Station 58.6km Narita, Chiba
Keisei-Narita Station 61.2km Narita, Chiba Keisei Higashi-Narita Line (through), Toei Asakusa Line through traffic terminus
Airport Terminal 2 Station 68.3km Narita, Chiba
Narita Airport Station 69.3km Narita, Chiba Toei Asakusa Line through train terminus
Keisei Main Line
Keisei-Ueno - Nippori - Shin-Mikawashima - Machiya - Senju-Ōhashi - Keisei-Sekiya - Horikiri-Shōbuen - Ohanajaya - (towards Oshiage<<) Aoto - Keisei-Takasago (>>towards Kanamachi, towards Shin-kamagaya) - Keisei-Koiwa - Edogawa - Kōnodai - Ichikawa-Mama - Sugano - Keisei-Yawata - Onigoe - Keisei-Nakayama - Higashi-Nakayama - Keisei-Nishifuna - Kaijin - Keisei-Funabashi - Daijingū-Shita - Funabashi-keibajō - Yatsu - Keisei-Tsudanuma (>>towards Chiba-chuō) - Keisei-Ōkubo - Mimomi - Yachiyodai - Keisei-Ōwada - Keisei-Katsutadai - Shizu - Yūkarigaoka - Keisei-Usui - Keisei-Sakura - Ōsakura - Keisei-Shisui - Sōgosandō - Kōzunomori - Keisei-Narita (>>towards Higashi Narita) - Airport Terminal 2 - Narita Airport

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