Hiroden Ujina Line

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The Ujina Line (宇品線 Ujina-sen?) is a streetcar line of Hiroshima Electric Railway (Hiroden) in Hiroshima, Japan. The line has been operated since 1912.

The total distance of the line is 5.7 kilometers. Routes 1, 3, 5 and 7 operate on the line. The line has 20 stations, numbered M9 (two stations at Kamiyachō) and U1 through U18.

Stations[edit]

No. Station Routes Connections
M9 Kamiya-cho Kamiya-cho-higashi HirodenLine1.png Hiroden Line 2.png HirodenLine6.png Hiroden Main Line
Astram Line (at Kencho-mae or Hondori Station)
(Hiroshima Bus Center)
Kamiya-cho-nishi Hiroden Line 2.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine6.png HirodenLine7.png
U1 Hondori HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine7.png Astram Line (at Hondori Station)
U2 Fukuro-machi HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine7.png
U3 Chuden-mae HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine7.png
U4 Shiyakusho-mae HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine7.png
U5 Takanobashi HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine7.png
U6 Nisseki-byoin-mae HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine7.png
U7 Hiroden-honsha-mae HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine7.png
U8 Miyuki-bashi HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png
U9/H9 Minami-machi 6-chome HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png Hiroden Hijiyama Line
U10 Hirodaifuzokugakkou-mae HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png
U11 Kenbyoin-mae HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png
U12 Ujina 2-chome HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png
U13 Ujina 3-chome HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png
U14 Ujina 4-chome HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png
U15 Ujina 5-chome HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png
U16 Kaigan-dori HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png
U17 Motoujina-guchi HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png
U18 Hiroshima Port HirodenLine1.png HirodenLine3.png HirodenLine5.png ferries and hydrofoils for Matsuyama, Imabari, Kure, Miyajima, Etajima and some other islands in Seto Inland Sea