JR Kobe Line

JR Kobe Line

infobox rail
railroad_name=JR Kobe Line

map_caption=JR West 321 Series in local service
locale=Osaka Prefecture and Hyōgo Prefecture
start_year=1988 (1874)
gauge= 1,067 mm / 3 ft 6 in
(narrow gauge)
The nihongo|JR Kobe Line|JR神戸線|JR Kōbe sen is the nickname of portions of the Tōkaidō Main Line and the Sanyō Main Line, between Osaka Station in Osaka, Osaka Prefecture and Himeji Station in Himeji, Hyōgo Prefecture. The line, along with the JR Kyoto Line and the Biwako Line, forms a contiguous service that is the main trunk of West Japan Railway Company's Urban Network commuter rail network in the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto Metropolitan Area. The line also offers continuous service to the Gakkentoshi Line via the JR Tōzai Line.


*nihongo|Special Rapid Service|新快速|shin-kaisoku
**Continuing service from the Kyoto Line, stops at Osaka, Amagasaki, Ashiya, Sannomiya, Kobe, Akashi, Nishi-Akashi, Kakogawa and Himeji. Service extends beyond Himeji on Sanyo Main Line to Aboshi and Ako Line to Banshu-Ako.
*nihongo|Rapid Service|快速|kaisoku
**Continuing service from the Kyoto Line, stops at Osaka, Amagasaki, Nishinomiya, Ashiya, Sumiyoshi, Rokkomichi, Sannomiya, Motomachi, Kobe, Hyōgo, Suma, Tarumi, Maiko, Akashi and every station after Akashi. Service extends beyond Himeji on Sanyo Main Line to Aboshi and Ako Line to Banshu-Ako. In the morning and at night, passes Suma, Tarumi and Maiko.
*nihongo|Local trains|普通|futsu
**Continuing service from the Kyoto Line at Osaka and the JR Tōzai Line at Amagasaki. Makes every stop to Nishi-Akashi, with some extended service to Kakogawa during rush hour.


Stations are listed from east to west.

●: Stops at all times,|: Skips at all times, ▲: Limited stops during rush hour

ee also

*Hankyu Kobe Line
*Biwako Line
*JR Kyoto Line

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