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阪和線

The Hanwa Line (literally "Osaka-Wakayama Line"), is a railway line operated by the West Japan Railway (JR West) that runs from southern Osaka (Tennoji station) to Wakayama city. Construction on the line began in 1929 and operated by the Hanwa Electric Railway Company until 1944, when it was nationalized. When Kansai International Airport opened in 1994, the Hanwa Line became one of the major rail links to the new airport.

Travelling the whole line costs ¥1050, and takes 1 hour by local trains or 42 minutes by limited express (which costs an extra ¥940). The stops on the Hanwa line, running south from Tennoji, are:


Station         Distance (km)  Transfers                                       
Tennoji             0.0        Osaka Loop Line, Yamatoji Line, Midosuji Line,
                               Tanimachi Line, Kintetsu Minami Osaka Line,
                               Hankai Tramway Uemachi Line
Bishoen             1.5
Minami-Tanabe       3.0    
Tsurugaoka          3.9
Nagai               4.7        Midosuji Line
Abikocho            5.9                             
Sugimotocho         6.9    
Asaka               7.9
Sakaishi            8.8    
Mikunigaoka        10.2        Nankai Koya Line
Mozu               11.1    
Uenoshiba          12.4    
Tsukuno            13.7
Otori              15.1
Tonoki             16.3
Kita-shinoda       18.0
Shinodayama        19.4
Izumi-fuchu        20.9
Kumeda             23.9
Shimomatsu         25.1
Higashi-kishiwada  26.6
Higashi-kaizuka    28.1
Izumi-hashimoto    30.0
Higashi-ono        31.5
Kumatori           33.0
Hineno             34.9        Kansai Airport Line
Nagataki           36.3
Shinge             38.6
Izumi-sunagawa     40.5
Izumi-tottori      43.3
Yamanakadani       45.2
Kii                53.3
Musota             57.2
Kii-Nakanoshima    60.2
Wakayama           61.3        Kisei Line, Wakayama Line, Nankai Kishigawa Line

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