113 Series - Livery Variations

Livery Variations

  • Shōnan livery

  • "Suka" livery

  • Hanwa "Blue Liner" livery

  • Kasuga livery

  • (Old) Fukuchiyama Line livery (113-800 series)

  • Fukuchiyama "wanman" livery (113-3800 series)

  • Sagano "wanman" livery (113-5300 series)

  • Kisei Main Line livery (113-2000 series)

  • JR West refurbished livery

  • Hiroshima refurbished livery

  • Kyōto and Kitakinki area livery

  • Shikoku livery trainset 1

  • Shikoku livery trainset 2

  • Shikoku livery trainset 3

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