Kintetsu Toba Line - Stations

Stations

Station Dist (km) Connections LO EX RE LE NS Location
Ujiyamada 宇治山田 0.0 Kintetsu: Yamada Line Ise Mie
Prefecture
Isuzugawa 五十鈴川 1.9 |
Asama 朝熊 4.9 | |
Ikenoura 池の浦 10.6 | | Toba
Toba 鳥羽 13.2 JR Central: Sangū Line
Kintetsu: Shima Line

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