Mini-shinkansen - Rolling Stock

Rolling Stock

The following rolling stock was built for use on mini-shinkansen lines.

  • 400 Series Shinkansen, Yamagata Shinkansen (in service 1992-2010)
  • E3 Series Shinkansen, Akita Shinkansen (from 1997) and Yamagata Shinkansen (from 1999)
  • E926 East i track and overhead wire inspection train (from 2001)
  • E955 Fastech 360Z experimental test train (2006-2008)
  • E6 Series Shinkansen, introduced on the Akita Shinkansen in March 2013

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