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The Yagan Railway Co., Ltd. (野岩鉄道株式会社 Yagan Tetsudō Kabushiki-gaisha?) is a Japanese railway company whose major shareholders include the Tochigi and Fukushima prefectural governments. It operates a single railway line, the Aizu Kinugawa Line (会津鬼怒川線 Aizu Kinugawa-sen?).
Aizu Kinugawa Line
The Aizu Kinugawa Line (会津鬼怒川線 Aizu Kinugawa-sen?) is a 30.7 kilometre railway line from Shin-Fujiwara Station in Nikkō, Tochigi to Aizu-Kōgen Oze-guchi Station Minamiaizu, Fukushima, Fukushima Prefecture. Its nickname is the Hot Spa. Line (ほっとスパ・ライン Hotto Supa Rain?, lit. Relaxing Spa. Line).
The construction began as a part of the Japan Railway Construction Corporation. It was taken over by Yagan Railway.
- 9 October 1986: Starts operations.
- 12 October 1990: Direct service onto Aizu-Tajima Station on Aizu Railway Aizu Line begins.
- 18 March 2006: The nickname Hot Spa. Line debuts.
|Shin-Fujiwara||新藤原||-||0.0||Tōbu Kinugawa Line||Nikkō||Tochigi Prefecture|
|Aizukōgen-Ozeguchi||会津高原尾瀬口||5.7||30.7||Aizu Railway Aizu Line||Minamiaizu, Minamiaizu District||Fukushima|
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