The Itsukaichi Line (五日市線, Itsukaichi-sen?) is a railway line operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) in Tokyo, Japan. It links Musashi-Itsukaichi Station in the city of Akiruno with Haijima Station in the city of Akishima. From there, some trains travel through to Tachikawa Station via the Ōme Line, and a very few continue from Tachikawa along the Chūō Line to Tokyo Station.
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... 24 April 1925 Itsukaichi Railway opens between Haijima (temporary) and Itsukaichi (6.6 mi, 10.62 km) stations ... Haijima (temporary), Higashi-Akiru, Nishi-Akiru, Masuko, and Itsukaichi stations open. 1 June 1925 Itsukaichi Station renamed Musashi-Itsukaichi Station ...
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