Ujiyamada

Some articles on ujiyamada:

Kintetsu Yamada Line
... Ise-Nakagawa Station (Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture) and Ujiyamada Station (Ise, Mie Prefecture) in Japan ... The line connects with the Toba Line at Ujiyamada Station ... In 1941 when the line received its name, the city of Ise was called Ujiyamada and was actually a merger of two towns formerly called Uji and Yamada ...
Sangū Express Electric Railway
... line which serviced the cities of Sakurai, Nabari, Matsusaka, and Ujiyamada, and the company acquired a second major line as well as a small local line from Ise Electric Railway (Iseden) ... goal was to build a portion of a railway to Ujiyamada (now Ise) which is home to Ise Grand Shrine, the holiest Shinto shrine in Japan and a common ... Daiki, and together the two offered direct rail service from Osaka to Ujiyamada on a line that was much more direct than that of its main rival, Kokutetsu ...
Ise, Mie - History
... The resulting amalgamated name of Ujiyamada represented the merged villages ... The name Ujiyamada stood for 66 years and, to people who live in the area, is still synonymous with Ise ... These railways connect Ujiyamada to Osaka, Nagoya, and the rest of Japan and were responsible for a large increase in pilgrims and tourists visiting Ise ...
Iseshi Station - Adjacent Stations
... Mie" 19, 21, 23, 25 terminating at Iseshi Terminus Kintetsu Yamada Line Miyamachi Local Ujiyamada Matsusaka Miyamachi Express Ujiyamada Matsusaka Rapid Express ...
Isuzugawa Station - Adjacent Stations
... Service » Kintetsu Toba Line Ujiyamada Local Asama Ujiyamada Express Asama Ujiyamada Rapid Express Asama Ujiyamada Limited Express Toba Non-stop Limited Express no stop ...