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Kintetsu Corporation
近畿日本鉄道株式会社
Tipe Stock company
Ngadeg 16 Séptémber 1910 (Nara Kido Co., Ltd.)
Kantor puseur 55-1, Uehommachi Rokuchome, Tennoji-ku, Osaka, Japan
Inohong konci Chair: Masanori Yamaguchi
President: Tetsuya Kobayashi
Industri Ground Transport
Cabang The Kinki Sharyo Co., Ltd.
Kintetsu Department Store Co., Ltd.
Iga Railway Co., Ltd.
Yoro Railway Co., Ltd.
Kintetsu Taxi Co., Ltd.
Kinki Nippon Tourist Co., Ltd.
Kintetsu Bus Co., Ltd.
Nara Kotsu Bus Line Co., Ltd.
Mie Kotsu Co., Ltd., etc.
Ramatloka http://www.kintetsu.jp/english/
Kintetsu1020
Kintetsu Vista Car(kintetsu30000)
Kintetsu7000
Kintetsu7020
Kintetsu Nara Station, where trains for Namba and Kyoto await departure
Kintetsu Bus

Kintetsu Corporation (近畿日本鉄道株式会社 Kinki Nippon Tetsudō Kabushiki-gaisha?, TYO: 9041), samemehna Kinki Nippon Railway Co., Ltd. nepi ka 27 Juni 2003, nyaeta hiji korposi pausaahan kareta Jepang nu ilahar disebut Kintetsu (近鉄?). Ieu ngarupakeun pausahaan kareta swasta panggedena di Jepang. Jaringan nu ruwet ngahubungkeun Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Nagoya, Tsu, Ise, jeung Gifu. Kintetsu oge ngoperasikeun pausahaan wisata, real estate, sarta palayaran tur ngoperasikeun pabrik gerbong kareta (Kinki Sharyo) nu nyieun kareta keur dipake di Jepang, Amerika Serikat, Mesir jeung Hong Kong.

Sajarah[édit | sunting sumber]

Dina 16 Séptémber 1910, Nara Kido Co., Ltd. (奈良軌道 Nara Kidō?) ngadeg, tur dingaranan Osaka Electric Railway Co., Ltd. (大阪電気軌道 Ōsaka Denki Kidō?, Daiki (大軌)) sabulan saanggeusna. Daiki ngarengsekeun Torowongan Ikoma tur mimiti ngoperasiokeun jalur antara Osaka jeung Nara (now the Kintetsu Nara Line) dina tanggal 30 April 1914. Jalur modern Kashihara, Osaka, jeung Shigi dibuka dina taun 1920-an, diteruskeun ku Jalur Kyoto (babarengan jeung Keihan Electric Railway). Daiki ngadegkeun Sangu Kyuko Electric Railway Co., Ltd. (参宮急行電鉄 Sangū Kyūkō Dentetsu?, Sankyu (参急)) dina 1927, nu babarengan Ise Electric Railway Co., Ltd. (伊勢電気鉄道 Ise Denki Tetsudō?) dina 15 Séptémber 1936.

Jalur[édit | sunting sumber]

Jalur kiwari (Kategori-1, kareta gantung jeung tramway)[édit | sunting sumber]

Jalur dihandap nujul kana Kategori-1 bisnis kareta (第一種鉄道事業 Dai-isshu tetsudō jigyō?) jeung ropeway (索道 sakudō?) Kintetsu dumasar kana Railway Business Act jeung bisnis tramway (軌道 kidō?) dumasar kana Tram Act. Hartina Kintetsu nu boga jeung ngoperasikeun jalur ieu.

Jalur kiwari (Kategori-2)[édit | sunting sumber]

Jalur di handap nujul kana Kategori-2 bisnis kareta (第二種鉄道事業 Dai-nishu tetsudō jigyō?) Kintetsu dumasa kana The Railway Business Act. Hartina yen Kintetsu ngoperasikeun kareta dina ieu jalur, tapi nu boga fasilitas jalur pausahaan sejen.

  • 1,435 mm standard gauge lines
    • Keihanna Line (けいはんな線) (Ikoma - Gakken-Nara-Tomigaoka, trackage owned by Nara Ikoma Rapid Transit Railway Co., Ltd.)

Current lines (Category-3)[édit | sunting sumber]

Following lines belong to Kintetsu's Category-3 railway business (第三種鉄道事業 Dai-sanshu tetsudō jigyō?) under the Railway Business Act. This means that Kintetsu is the owner of the railway facility, but the trains are operated by separate companies.

  • 1,067 mm narrow gauge lines
    • Iga Line (伊賀線) (Iga-Ueno - Iga-Kambe, trains operated by Iga Railway Co., Ltd.)
    • Yōrō Line (養老線) (Kuwana - Ogaki - Ibi, trains operated by Yōrō Railway Co., Ltd.)

Until September 30, 2007, those lines were part of the Category-1 railway business.

Through-train services[édit | sunting sumber]

Kintetsu trains also run on the Osaka Municipal Subway Chūō Line and the Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line, but such lines are not Kintetsu lines.

Abandoned lines and dealt lines[édit | sunting sumber]

  • Hase Line (長谷線) (Sakurai - Hase, abandonded in 1938)
  • Sanjo Line (山上線) (Takayasuyama - Shigizammon, closed in 1944 and abandoned in 1957)
  • Horyuji Line (法隆寺線) (Shin-Horyuji - Hirahata, closed in 1945 and abandoned in 1952)
  • Obusa Line (小房線) (Unebi - Kashiharajingu-eki, closed in 1950 and abandoned in 1952)
  • Ise Line (伊勢線) (Edobashi - Shin-Matsusaka - Daijingu-mae, Shin-Matsusaka - Daijingu-mae: abandoned in 1942, Edobashi - Shin-Matsusaka: abandoned in 1961)
  • Iga Line (伊賀線) (Nishi-Nabari - Iga-Kambe, abandoned in 1964)
  • Shima Line (志摩線) (Kashikojima - Shinjuko, abandoned in 1969)
  • Hachioji Line (八王子線) (Nishihino - Ise-Hachioji, closed in 1974 and abandoned in 1976)
  • Higashi-Shigi Cable Line (東信貴鋼索線) (Shigisanshita - Shigisan, abandoned in 1983)
  • Hokusei Line (北勢線) (Nishi-Kuwana - Ageki, dealt with Sangi Railway Co. in 2003)

Rail lines dealt with Koyasan Electric Railway Company[édit | sunting sumber]

  • Nankai Main Line (南海本線) (Namba - Wakayamashi)
    • Tennoji Branch Line (天王寺支線) (Tengachaya - Tennoji, Tengachaya - Imaikecho: abandoned in 1984, Imaikecho - Tennoji: abandoned in 1993)
    • Takashinohama Line (高師浜線) (Hagoromo - Takashinohama)
    • Tanagawa Line (多奈川線) (Misakikoen - Tanagawa)
    • Kada Line (加太線) (Kinokawa - Kada)
    • Kitajima Branch Line (北島支線) (Wakayamahsi - Higashi-Matsue, abandoned in 1966)
  • Koya Line (高野線) (Shiomibashi - Koyashita)
  • Hankai Line (阪堺線) (Ebisucho - Hamadera-eki-mae) (dealt with Hankai Tramway Co., Ltd. in 1980)
    • Ohama Branch Line (大浜支線) (Shukuin - Ohama-kitaguchi - Ohamakaigan) (closed in 1945, abandoned in 1980)
    • Uemachi Line (上町線) (Tennoji-eki-mae - Sumiyoshikoen) (dealt with Hankai Tramway Co., Ltd. in 1980)
    • Hirano Line (平野線) (Imaike - Hirano) (abandoned in 1980)

Incompleted lines[édit | sunting sumber]

  • Gifu Line (岐阜線) (Ogaki - Gifu or Hashima), planned by Yoro Electric Railway Co.
  • Shijonawate Line (四条畷線) (Sakuranomiya - Nukata), planned by Osaka Electric Railway Co.

Fare cards[édit | sunting sumber]

Kintetsu accepts five types of pre-paid and post-pay fare cards: Pearl Card, Surutto Kansai, J-Thru Card, PiTaPa and ICOCA. Pearl Card is used for purchase of tickets and others are used in lieu of tickets. Validity of the cards varies by lines as shown in the table below.

Validity of fare cards on Kintetsu lines
magnet IC
Pearl
Card
Surutto
Kansai
J-Thru
Card
PiTaPa ICOCA
Dōmyōji Line x - + + +
Gose Line x + + + +
Ikoma Line x + + + +
Kashihara Line x + + + +
Keihanna Line x + x + +
Kyoto Line x + + + +
Minami-Osaka Line x + + + +
Nagano Line x + + + +
Nagoya Line x - - + +
Namba Line x + + + +
Nara Line x + + + +
Osaka Line Uehommachi - Aoyamachō x + + + +
Iga-Kōzu - Ise-Nakagawa x - - + +
Shigi Line x + + + +
Shima Line Four major stations1 x - - + +
Other stations x - - - -
Suzuka Line x - - + +
Tawaramoto Line x - - + +
Tenri Line x + + + +
Toba Line x - - + +
Yamada Line x - - + +
Yoshino Line x - - + +
Yunoyama Line x - - + +
Other lines x - - - -

Legend

  • "+": Ticket gates of all stations on the line accept the card (some exceptions may exist).
  • "-": No stations on the line accept the card (some exceptions may exist).
  • "x": Ticket vending machines of all stations on the line accept the card, but ticket gates do not.

Note

1: Four major stations on the Shima Line that accept IC Cards are Toba, Nakanogō, Shima-Isobe, Ugata and Kashikojima.

Other major businesses[édit | sunting sumber]

Tumbu kaluar[édit | sunting sumber]

Lines of Kintetsu
Standard gauge (1,435 mm) lines
Osaka・Nagoya Line Area Osaka Line - Shigi Line - Nagoya Line - Yunoyama Line - Suzuka Line - Yamada Line - Toba Line - Shima Line
Nara・Kyoto Line Area Nara Line - Namba Line - Ikoma Line - Kyoto Line - Tawaramoto Line - Tenri Line - Kashihara Line - Keihanna Line
Narrow gauge (1,067 mm) lines
Minami-Osaka Line Area Minami-Osaka Line - Dōmyōji Line - Nagano Line - Gose Line - Yoshino Line
Independent Lines Iga Line (Iga Railway) - Yōrō Line (Yōrō Railway)
Narrow gauge (762 mm) lines Utsube Line - Hachiōji Line
Funicular lines Ikoma Cable Line - Nishi-Shigi Cable Line
Ropeway lines Katsuragi Ropeway