A trip to Ise and Toba, Mie
Kintetsu Railway Company abbreviated to as Kintetsu is a Japanese passenger
railway system is
the largest in Japan, excluding Japan Railways Group. The railway network
connects Osaka, Nara,
Kyoto, Nagoya, Tsu, Ise, and Yoshino.
This map shows the railway track route of the Kinki Nippon Railway ( Private
rail company )
(L) The underground passage to the Kintestu terminal station (R) Limited-express
train, Vista Car of Kintestu Railway
(L) Kintetsu's express fare table at Kintesu Nagoya station (R) The underground
station premises of Kintestu Nagoya terminal station
(L) Interior of the Vista Car to Kashigojima (M) The tall building near
Nagoya station (R) Tunnels goes through a mountainous area of Toba.
(L) A standard-type express car (R) The train view is good at the section
between Iseshi and Toba.
(L) Aside from the railway track, the rape blossoms are in full bloom.
(R) Express and local trains at Ujiyamada station
(L) Ujiyamada station of Yamada Line and Toba Line. This is the closest
station to Ise Grand Shrine.
(R) Isuzugawa station
Toba station and express trains
(L) A new Ise-Shima Liner at Toba Station (R) a destination indicator board
at Toba Station
(L) Urban Liner express train at Toba Station (M) An interior of the deluxe
car (R) The driver's seat is the best panoramic seat.
(L) Ise-Shima Liner express car (M) A rail-track junction at Isenakagawa
(R) A train is crossing the Kisogawa Iron Bridge.
An express train is now approaching to the underground Kintetsu-Nagoya
(L) An express train to Nagoya is arriving Osaka-uehonmachi station. (R)
The seat in the deluxe car has three seats in one row.
(L) The driver's seat is the best panoramic seat.
(R) After the train left Tsuruhashi station, it stops at Tsu station only
( beyond Kii peninsula ) until the destination of Nagoya.
A passenger enjoys a peaceful country-side spring landscope of Kii Peninsula.
Kintestsu Osaka Line merges with Yamada line at Ise-Nakagawa.
(L) An interior of the deluxe express train (R) The train passes through
Suzuka River, Nagara River, Kiso River and many small rivers.
(L) A large river (M) A train depo (R) An electric guidance
(L) A train depo (M) Kintstu Nagoya station is located underground. (R)
An electric information board announced we are almost arrived at Nagoya.
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Smoking rooms are provided in Kintestu Express trains, in 2017.
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Request for removal of smoking places in a train station and all smoking
booths inside of an express train
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Japan is the only country in which smoking is allowed on the train.
Ise Grand Shrine
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This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
The article was written, and all photography was taken by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto
in April 2017.
Information was added in June 2020.
No-smoking policy in all trains throughout the world,
except that Japan only allows smoking in the train.