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Operator Nagoya Seaside Rapid Railway
System Type Commuter
Year Opened 2004
# of Lines 1
# of Cars  
Mileage 15.2 km
Gauge 1067 mm
Stations 11
Power overhead
Fare Media farecards
Data Date 2016
1st Visit 8/2015
Last Visit 8/2015
% Rode 100%
Asian Transit > Japan > Nagoya > Commuter
Aonami Line


The Aonami Line was built to redevelop the port section of Nagoya. The line is a converted freight line running from Nagoya Station to the Port area.

At the port end of the line JR-Central built a Railway museum, which is a must visit. The line is not operated by JR though, so JR pass will not get you to the JR West museum (odd isn't it).

It is a typical Japan commuter Line although a bit more modern. IT has my dreaded platform doors....

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Kinjo-Futo station, end of the line and the stop for the Railway Museum (8/2/15) Station signage (8/2/15)
The right-of-way up to Kinjo-Futo (8/2/15) Train arriving (8/2/15)
Train at Nagoya Station, that is a Tokaido Shinkansen next to it. (8/2/15)  

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