Kawanishi-Noseguchi Station

Train station on the Takarazuka Line operated by Hankyu Railway in southern Kawanishi, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan and it represents the city.

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Kawanishi, Hyōgo

City in Hyōgo Prefecture (兵庫県) in the northwestern part of the Kansai region of Japan, about 5 km north of Osaka Itami Airport.

Kyodokan Museum
(Folk Museum of Kawanishi)

In 1913, Kawanishi-Noseguchi Station was opened.

Nose Electric Railway

Nose Railway lines in red, with Hankyu Railway network
Nose Electric Railway 1700 series train
Nose Electric Railway 3100 series train
Nose Electric Railway 5100 series train
Nose Electric Railway 6000 series train
Nose Electric Railway 7200 series train
Hankyu 8000 series on a Limited Express service
Hankyu 1000 series on a Limited Express service
An ex-Nose Electric Railway 1500 series converted to a "MIHARA-Liner" test train at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries's test track at Mihara

The Nose Electric Railway Co., Ltd. (能勢電鉄株式会社), occasionally abbreviated as Nose Railway or Noseden (能勢電), is a Japanese private railway company headquartered in Kawanishi, Hyogo, which links several areas in the mountainous Nose, Osaka, area to Kawanishi-noseguchi Station in Kawanishi, where one can transfer to Hankyu Takarazuka Line to Osaka.

Kawanishi-Ikeda Station

Railway station on the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) Fukuchiyama Line (JR Takarazuka Line)

Kawanishi-Ikeda Station

There is a transfer at this station for Kawanishi-Noseguchi Station.

Hankyu Department Store

Japanese department store chain owned by Hankyu Hanshin Department Stores, Incorporated (株式会社阪急阪神百貨店), a subsidiary of H2O Retailing Corporation.

Hankyu Umeda since 2009


List of through trains in Japan

Japan operates a variety of through-services (直通運転) or nori-ire (乗り入れ) or through trains which are direct seamless connections between rail operators, using leased trackage rights and junctions, to cut cross metropolitan area commutes without having to change trains, wait, figure out connections, or cross platforms/stations.

Toei Asakusa Line Airport Limited Express headed for Haneda Airport, on the Keikyu Main Line owned by private operator Keikyu. The line was the first subway line that offered through services in Tokyo.
The Tokyo subway system and through-services map.
Hibiya Line's through-service to Tōkyū Tōyoko Line had been abolished because Fukutoshin Line's through-service to Tōkyū Tōyoko Line had been started.
But the north terminus of Hibiya Line's through-service had been extended to Minami-Kurihashi Station on the Tōbu Nikkō Line.

Hankyu Takarazuka Main Line (Hankyū Umeda to Kawanishi-Noseguchi as Limited Express) 17.2 km