Tsurumi Line

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Tsurumi Line
205-1100 series train on the Tsurumi Line
Type Heavy rail
Locale Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Termini Tsurumi
Owner JR East
Rolling stock 205-1100 series
Line length 7.0 km (4.3 mi)
Track gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Route map
Tsurumi Line.svg

The Tsurumi Line (鶴見線 Tsurumi-sen?) is a railway line operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It provides passenger service along a 7 km between Tsurumi Station in Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama and Ōgimachi Station in Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki. Branches bring the total length of track to 9.7 km. The gauge is 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in). Two sections of the line have double track. The line is electrified at 1,500 V DC.

Japan Freight Railway Company (JR Freight) operates on three segments of the line, often to carry petroleum and other chemicals from the numerous refineries and factories in the area. The line is also used to carry jet fuel from the US Navy fuel depot near Anzen Station through the Musashino Line to Yokota Air Base in west Tokyo.

Station list[edit]

Station Japanese Distance (km) Transfers   Location
Main Line
Tsurumi 鶴見 - 0.0 Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Keikyū Main Line (Keikyū-Tsurumi)
Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama
Kokudō 国道 0.9 0.9  
Tsurumi-Ono 鶴見小野 0.6 1.5  
Bentembashi 弁天橋 0.9 2.4  
Asano 浅野 0.6 3.0 Tsurumi Line (Umi-Shibaura Branch)
Anzen 安善 0.5 3.5 Tsurumi Line (Ōkawa Branch)
Musashi-Shiraishi 武蔵白石 0.6 4.1   Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki
Hama-Kawasaki 浜川崎 1.6 5.7 Nambu Line (Branch Line)
Shōwa 昭和 0.7 6.4  
Ōgimachi 扇町 0.6 7.0  
Umi-Shibaura Branch
Asano 浅野 - 3.0 Tsurumi Line (Main Line) Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama
Shin-Shibaura 新芝浦 0.9 3.9  
Umi-Shibaura 海芝浦 0.8 4.7  
Ōkawa Branch
Anzen 安善 - 3.5 Tsurumi Line (Main Line) Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama
Musashi-Shiraishi 武蔵白石 - (4.1)   Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki
Ōkawa 大川 1.6 5.1  

Rolling stock[edit]


3-car 205-1100 series EMU trainsets modified from former 205-0 series trainsets were introduced on the Tsurumi Line from 25 August 2004.[1] Nine 205-1100 series 3-car trains operate on the line.


103 series train on the Tsurumi Line in 2005
  • KuMoHa 12 (Ōkawa Branch Line service, from December 1972 until March 1996)
  • 72 series (from 1972 until January 1980)
  • 101 series (from 1980 until March 1992)
  • 103 series (from August 2, 1990 until December 16, 2005)


Locomotives seen hauling freight trains include the EF65 and DE10.


A shuttle bus for Toshiba employees at runs in a loop between Asano, Shin-Shibaura, and Umi-Shibaura stations on a schedule alternating with Tsurumi Line trains. Both the bus and the stops are marked with the Toshiba logo.


  1. ^ "鶴見線に205系先頭車化改造車1100代が登場" [205-1100 series with modified end cars appear for Tsurumi Line]. Railway Journal (Japan: Tetsudō Journal) 38 (457): p.92. November 2004. 

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