April 13, 2023 3prjv

JR Keihin Tohoku Line in Tokyo

The Keihin-Tohoku Line is a busy train line connecting the cities of Saitama, central Tokyo, and Yokohama , among others. The name of the line is derived from Tokyo, Yokohama and Tohoku Main Line written in Japanese characters. The railway line has been in service for over 100 years, having picked up its first passengers in 1914.

Your Japan Rail Pass is valid for most trains along the JR Keihin-Tohoku Line , as it is owned by JR East. Where will your travels take you, to Tokyo, Yokohama or elsewhere? When will your trains leave and when are the most crowded stations?

Check out this handy travel guide for more information Keihin-Tohoku Line Schedule

Trains on the Jr Keihin-tohoku Line Typically Run Every. Two Database to Three Minutes During Morning and Evening Rush Hours . From Monday to Friday, the Busiest. Hours Peak Between 8:00 Am and 9:00 Am . After 5:00 Pm, and to a Lesser Degree but Also to Account for It. Just Before the Last Trains of the Night. During the Day, at Rush Hour, Trains Run Every Five Minutes, and Less Frequently at Night.

The First Trains Usually Start. Running Around 5:30 Am , and the Last Trains of the Day Usually Leave Between 11 Pm and 1 Am , Depending on the Service and the Day of the Week.

Most of the trains on this line are considered local trains and make stops at every station along the route.

Fast trains allow for a shorter journey over longer distances stopping at a limited


How the Keihin-tohoku Line Works
The Jr Keihin-tohoku Line Coincides. However, With a DEB Directory Section of the Tokaido Main Line, the Negishi Line, and the Tohoku Main Line. The Stations From Tokyo to Yokohama Are Officially Considered Part of the Tokaido Main Line .

From Kyoto Station, You Can Use Other. Jr Lines (Such as the Jr Nara Line and the Jr Saga-arashiyama Line), as Well as Other Companies’ Subways, Buses, and Taxis.

Remember That Osaka Station (Downtown) is Not Included. In the Haruka Route , but You Can Easily Get There by. Transferring and Taking a Local Train.

You can do the same if your destination is Nara, Namba or Universal City, among others.

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