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Narita Station

The Narita Line (成田線 Narita-sen ?) is a name used by three railway lines located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The main line runs between Sakura Station and Matsugishi Station, and is sometimes referred to as the Samatsu Line (佐松線 Samatsu-sen ?). A branch line from Abiko Station to Narita Station is often called the Abiko Line (我孫子線 Abiko-sen ?), and a second branch, known as the Airport Line (空港線 Kūkō-sen ?) runs from Narita to Narita Airport Station. The first two lines are owned and operated by the East Japan Railway Company (JR East); the Airport Line is owned by a separate company, Narita Airport Rapid Railway, which allows JR and Keisei Railway to use the line for their passenger services.

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Stations

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Main line

Name Japanese Distance (km) Stop Transfers Location
Local Rapid
(including Airport Narita)
Commuter Rapid
(through service to Sobu Main Line)
Town/City Prefecture
Sakura 佐倉 0.0

(from/to Chiba)

(from/to Tokyo)

(from/to Tokyo)
JR East: Sōbu Main Line (through service from Chiba Station; Tokyo Station and Yokosuka Line (only for Limited Express and Rapid) Sakura Chiba
Shisui 酒々井 6.4
Shisui
Narita 成田 13.1
JR East: branch lines
Keisei Electric Railway: Keisei Main Line, Higashi-Narita Line (at Keisei Narita Station)
Narita
Kuzumi 久住 20.0
(Airport Narita runs through from/to Narita Airport on its branch line) (terminus)
Namegawa 滑河 25.5
Shimōsa-Kōzaki 下総神崎 31.6
Kozaki
Ōto 大戸 36.1
Katori
Sawara 佐原 40.0
JR East: Kashima Line[1]
Katori 香取 43.6
JR East: Kashima Line
Suigo 水郷 47.5
Omigawa 小見川 52.7
Sasagawa 笹川 57.7
Tonosho
Shimōsa-Tachibana 下総橘 62.9
Shimōsa-Toyosato 下総豊里 66.2
Chōshi
Shiishiba 椎柴 71.0
Matsugishi 松岸 75.4
JR East: Sōbu Main Line
Chōshi (Sōbu Main Line) 銚子 78.6
Chōshi Electric Railway: Chōshi Electric Railway Line

Abiko branch line

Passenger gate at Abiko Station
Name Japanese Distance
(km)
Transfers Location
Town/City Prefecture
Abiko 我孫子 0.0 JR East: Jōban Line
(through service to Ueno Station, as rapid)
Abiko Chiba
Higashi-Abiko 東我孫子 3.4
Kohoku 湖北 6.3
Araki 新木 8.9
Fusa 布佐 12.1
Kioroshi 木下 14.0 Inzai
Kobayashi 小林 18.3
Ajiki 安食 23.2 Sakae
Shimōsa-Manzaki 下総松崎 27.3 Narita
Narita 成田 32.9 JR East: Narita Line (Main line, Airport branch line)
Keisei Lines (at Keisei-Narita, see above)

Airport branch line

Name Japanese Distance
(km)
Stop Transfers Location
Local [2] Rapid
(Airport Narita)
City Prefecture
Narita 成田 0.0
JR East: Narita Line(Main Line, Abiko branch line)
Keisei Lines (at Keisei-Narita, see above)
Narita Chiba
Horinouchi Signal Station[3] 堀之内信号場
Airport Terminal 2 空港第2ビル 9.8
Keisei: Main Line
Narita Airport 成田空港 10.8
Keisei: Main Line
  1. ^ All trains run between Sawara and Katori.
  2. ^ There are only two times from/to Chiba.
  3. ^ This signal station, activated in March of 2009, will intersect with the Narita Rapid Railway, currently under construction. It replaces the previous signal station, Nekoya (根古屋).

Trains

Main line and Airport branch line

Narita Express 253 series train

Narita Express 253 series and E259 series trains travel on the Narita Line but stop only at Airport Terminal 2 and Narita Airport stations.

Ayame limited express E257-500 series trains run between Tokyo Station and Chōshi, or Kashima-Jingū on the Kashima Line. They stop at Sakura, Narita, Namegawa, Sawara, and all stations past Sawara as local trains.

Rapid and commuter rapid service trains run between Tokyo and Narita Airport, stopping at all stations on the Narita Line between Sakura and Narita Airport.

113 series, 209-2000/2100 series, and 211 series trains are used for local services, and E217 series trains are for rapid. Ayame limited express services use E257-500 series trains.

Abiko branch line

Rapid service trains on the Abiko branch line stop at all stations, and use Jōban Line E231 series trains.

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