Takahama Line

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Takahama Line
A 610-series passenger train on the Takahama Line
A 610-series passenger train on the Takahama LIne
Native name高浜線
TypeHeavy rail
LocaleEhime Prefecture
Matsuyama City
Opened28 October 1888 (1888-10-28)
Line length9.4 km (5.8 mi)
Track gauge1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
ElectrificationOverhead line, DC 600 V
Operating speed60 km/h (37 mph)
Route map
Iyo Railway Linemap.svg

The Takahama Line (高浜線, Takahama-sen) is a 9.4 km railway line owned by Iyotetsu. The line connects Matsuyama with the port town of Mitsuhama in Ehime Prefecture, Japan. The line runs in the northwest direction from Matsuyama City Station, terminating at Takahama Station.

Opening in 1888, this is the first railroad in Shikoku. There is a planned extension to Matsuyama Port to the north of Takahama Station, which is currently served by a bus.


The line is electrified with overhead lines and is double-tracked for the entire line, except for the portion between Takahama Station and Baishinji Station.

The majority of rail services continue past Matsuyama City Station on the Yokogawara Line to Yokogawara Station. Trains arrive roughly every fifteen minutes.[1]


All stations are located in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture. Although not constructed yet, Matsuyama Tourist Port Station is also given a number designation, IY00.

Number Name Distance (km) Connections
IY00 Matsuyama Tourist Port 松山観光港 - BSicon BOOT.svg Ferries to the Kutsuna Islands[2]
IY01 Takahama 高浜 0.0  
IY02 Baishinji 梅津寺 1.2  
IY03 Minatoyama 港山 2.0  
IY04 Mitsu 三津 3.0  
IY05 Yamanishi 山西 4.0  
IY06 Nishi-Kinuyama 西衣山 5.1  
IY07 Kinuyama 衣山 6.0  
IY08 Komachi 古町 7.6 Iyotetsu Trams: Route 1, Route 2
IY09 Ōtemachi 大手町 8.5 Iyotetsu Trams: Route 1, Route 2, Route 5
IY10 Matsuyama City 松山市 9.4 Iyotetsu: Yokogawara Line (through service), Gunchū Line
Iyotetsu Trams: Route 1, Route 2, Route 4, Route 6


  1. ^ "高浜(愛媛県)駅 伊予鉄道高浜線 時刻表". Navitime. Retrieved 6 March 2019.
  2. ^ "高浜港<航路>の時刻表 路線一覧". Navitime. Retrieved 6 March 2019.