|Directed by||Yoshishige Miyake|
|Written by||Yoshikazu Okada|
|Based on||"Hankyu Densha" by Hiro Arikawa|
|Cocoon Co., Ltd.|
Hankyū Densha ( 阪急電車 片道15分の奇跡 Hankyū densha katamichi 15-fun-no kiseki?) is a 2011 Japanese film. It is based on the novel Hankyū Densha by Hiro Arikawa and directed by Yoshishige Miyake. It was released in cinemas in the Kansai region of Japan on April 23, 2011, and then in other regions of the country from April 29.
- Miki Nakatani as Shoko Takase, an office lady in her 30s. She was engaged to her boyfriend when she entered the company, but he was stolen away by a younger co-worker.
- Erika Toda as Misa Morioka, a college student with a good-for-nothing boyfriend.
- Kaho Minami as Yasue Ito
- Tetsuji Tamayama as Ryuta Toyama
- Nobuko Miyamoto as Tokie Hagiwara, a traditional old woman and the grandmother of Ami. The young Tokie was played by Mei Kurokawa.
- Kasumi Arimura as Etsuko Kadota
- Mana Ashida as Ami Hagiwara, Tokie's suffering granddaughter. Ashida was selected for this role because she is from Nishinomiya, Hyogo, and is able to speak naturally in the Kansai dialect.
- Mikahoa Mina as a housewife who is part of a circle of women who have a rich husband.
- Ryo Katsuji as Keiichi Kosaka
- Yū Koyanagi as Katsuya
- Suzuka Morita as Etsuko's friend
- Mitsuki Tanimura as Miho Gondawara
- Saki Aibu as Mayumi
- Tsutomu Takahashi as Kengo
"Hankyu Densha" production companies
- Kansai Telecasting Corporation
- Hankyu Corporation
- Pony Canyon
- Yomiuri Shimbun
- Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation
- Tasaki & Co., Ltd.
- Hitachi, Ltd.
- Kwansei Gakuin University
- Hankyu Realty Co., Ltd.
- Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
- Kobeya Baking Group
- Hankyu Hanshin Daiichi Hotel Group
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- "Press conference held for "Hankyu Densha", starring Nakatani Miki and Toda Erika". Cinema Today, Mantan-Web. tokyohive. 22 February 2011. Retrieved 2011-03-10.
- "Okinawa International Movie Festival Homepage". Okinawa International Movie Festival Execution Committee. Retrieved 2011-04-11.
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