3-car KiHa 187 series DMU on a Super Oki service, August 2008
|Service type||Limited express|
|First service||7 July 2001|
|Current operator(s)||JR West|
|Line(s) used||Sanin Main Line, Yamaguchi Line|
|Class(es)||Standard class only|
|Rolling stock||KiHa 187 series DMU|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Operating speed||120 km/h (75 mph)|
Tottori - Kurayoshi - Yonago - Yasugi - Matsue - (Tamatsukuri-Onsen) - (Shinji) - Izumoshi - Ōdashi - (Yunotsu) - Gōtsu - (Hashi) - Hamada - (Miho-Misumi) - Masuda - Nichihara - Tsuwano - Tokusa - Mitani - Yamaguchi - Yudaonsen - Shin-Yamaguchi
- (): limited stop
Super Oki services are normally formed of two-car KiHa 187 series tilting DMU sets, sometimes lengthened to three or four cars during busy seasons. One car consists of reserved seating, and the other is non-reserved.
Two-car trains are formed as shown below, with car 1 at the Shin-Yamaguchi end. All cars are no-smoking.
The Super Oki services were introduced on 7 July 2001.
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