Senzan Line


The Senzan Line (仙山線, Senzan-sen?) is a railway line in Japan. Part of the East Japan Railway Company (JR East) system, it runs from Sendai Station in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture to Yamagata Station in Yamagata, acting as a connector between the Tōhoku Main Line/Tōhoku Shinkansen and the Ōu Main Line in southern Tōhoku. It also provides access to western Miyagi Prefecture and eastern Yamagata Prefecture. It connects with the Tōhoku Shinkansen, Tōhoku Main Line and Senseki Line at Sendai Station, the Ōu Main Line at Uzen-Chitose, Kita-Yamagata, and Yamagata Stations in Yamagata, Yamagata, the Aterazawa Line at Kita-Yamagata and Yamagata Stations, and the Yamagata Shinkansen at Yamagata Station.

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... From Uzen-Chitose to Yamagata, the Senzan Line operates on the tracks of the Ōu Main Line ... while the E-Rapid is Yamagata-bound Mass transit in the greater Sendai area JR East lines Tōhoku (Rifu) Jōban Senzan Senseki Sendai Subway lines ■ Namboku ■ T ...
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