Odakyū Enoshima Line

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Odakyū Enoshima Line
"Enoshima" Limited Express at Katase-Enoshima
"Enoshima" Limited Express at Katase-Enoshima
Track gauge: 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Voltage: 1500 DC
-
0.0
Shinjuku
Odawara Line
0.0
32.3
Sagami-Ōno
0.2
32.5
Sagami-Ōno junction
LeftOdawara
1.5
33.8
Higashi Rinkan
Tōkyū: Den-en-toshi LineRight
3.0
35.3
Chūō Rinkan
4.5
36.8
Minami-Rinkan
5.1
37.4
Tsuruma
LeftSōtetsu: Main LineRight
7.6
39.9
Yamato
9.8
42.1
Sakuragaoka
11.8
44.1
Kōza-Shibuya
14.0
46.3
Chōgo
Sōtetsu: Izumino LineRight
15.8
48.1
Shōnandai
Yokohama Subway: Blue LineRight
17.3
49.6
Mutsuai-Nichidai-Mae
19.7
52.0
Zengyō
21.3
53.6
Fujisawa-Honmachi
LeftJR East: Tōkaidō Main,
23.1
55.4
Shōnan-Shinjuku linesRight
23.1
55.4
FujisawaEnoden
24.6
56.9
Hon-Kugenuma
25.9
58.2
Kugenuma-Kaigan
RightEnoden: Enoshima
27.6
59.9
Katase-Enoshima
RightShonan Monorail: Shonan-Enoshima

The Odakyū Enoshima Line (小田急江ノ島線 Odakyū Enoshima-sen?) is a long branch line operated by the Japanese private railway operator Odakyū Electric Railway in eastern Kanagawa Prefecture. The Enoshima Line branches from the Odawara Line at Sagami-Ōno, extending south to Fujisawa and Katase Enoshima, a distance of 27.6 km. It opened for service with 13 stations on April 1, 1929.

As is also the case with the Odawara Line, as well as being a heavy commuter line the operator also offers, for an additional charge, limited express services to the popular scenic site of Enoshima. After the introduction of East Japan Railway Company's (JR East) Shōnan-Shinjuku Line, passengers between Fujisawa Station and Shinjuku Station have had an alternative to the Enoshima Line. Odakyū have responded since then to improve the frequencies of rapid through services to Shinjuku.

Services[edit]

The Limited Express trains are named Enoshima and Homeway. Surcharges are required for rapid and seat reservation services with better accommodation of carriages. Rapid service is also offered. Express and Rapid-Express make more stops than Limited Express services, and are served by the same types of EMUs as Local trains without extra charge. Abbreviations are tentative for this article.

Limited Express (特急 Tokkyū?)
Shinjuku and Katase-Enoshima
Rapid Express (快速急行 Kaisoku Kyūkō?) (R)
Shinjuku and Fujisawa (only two are to/from Katase-Enoshima)
Express (急行 Kyūkō?) (E)
Shinjuku and Katase-Enoshima (some exceptions)
Local (各駅停車 Kakueki Teisha?)
Machida or Sagami-Ōno (some from Shinjuku) and Katase-Enoshima

Stations[edit]

For Limited Express service, see Odakyu Electric Railway.

Legend
  • ● : All trains stop
  • ○ : Some express trains stop
  • │ : All trains pass
Name Japanese Distance (km) Express Rapid Transfers Location
Between
Stations
Total
(from Sagami-Ōno)
Total
(from Shinjuku)
Sagami-Ōno 相模大野 - 0.0 32.2 Odakyū Odawara Line Minami-ku
Sagamihara
Higashi-Rinkan 東林間 1.5 1.5 33.8
Chūō-Rinkan 中央林間 1.5 3.0 35.3 Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line Yamato
Minami-Rinkan 南林間 1.5 4.5 36.8
Tsuruma 鶴間 0.6 5.1 37.4
Yamato 大和 2.5 7.6 39.9 Sagami Railway Main Line
Sakuragaoka 桜ヶ丘 2.2 7.6 42.1
Kōza-Shibuya 高座渋谷 2.0 11.8 44.1
Chōgo 長後 2.2 14.0 46.3 Fujisawa
Shōnandai 湘南台 1.8 15.8 48.1 Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line
Sagami Railway Izumino Line
Mutsuai-Nichidaimae 六会日大前 1.5 17.3 49.6
Zengyō 善行 2.4 19.7 52.0
Fujisawa-Hommachi 藤沢本町 1.6 21.3 53.6
Fujisawa 藤沢 1.8 23.1 55.4 JR East: Tōkaidō Main Line
Enoshima Electric Railway Line
Hon-Kugenuma 本鵠沼 1.5 24.6 56.9
Kugenuma-Kaigan 鵠沼海岸 1.3 25.9 58.2
Katase-Enoshima 片瀬江ノ島 1.7 27.6 59.9 Enoshima Electric Railway Line (Enoshima Station)
Shonan Monorail : Enoshima Line (Shōnan-Enoshima Station)

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