0 Series Shinkansen

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0 series 6-car set at Higashi-Hiroshima Station in April 2008
In service1 October 1964;56 years ago (1964-10-01) – 14 December 2008;12 years ago (2008-12-14)
Manufacturer Hitachi, Kawasaki Sharyo, Kinki Sharyo, Kisha Seizo, Nippon Sharyo, Tokyu Car Corporation
Entered service19642008
Scrapped20002008[ citation needed ]
Number built3,216 vehicles[ clarification needed ]
Number in serviceNone
Number preserved27 vehicles (as of September 2011)
Successor 300 series, 500 series, 700 series
Formation4, 6, 8, 12 or 16 cars per trainset
Capacity368–1,340 [1]
Operator(s) JNR (1964–1987)
JR Central (1987–1999)
JR-West (1987–2008)
Depot(s)Tokyo, Shin-Osaka, Hakata
Line(s) served Tōkaidō Shinkansen, San'yō Shinkansen, Hakata-Minami Line
Car body construction Steel
Car length25,000 mm (82 ft 14 in) (intermediate cars), 25,150 mm (82 ft 6+18 in) (end cars)
Width3,383 mm (11 ft 1+14 in)
Height4,490 mm (14 ft 8+34 in)
Maximum speed210 km/h (130 mph) (1964–1986)
220 km/h (137 mph) (1986–2008)
Traction motors Brushed DC motor, 185 kW (248 hp) each
Power output11,840  kW (15,880  hp) (16-car set) [2]
TransmissionSecondary-side tap changer drive
Acceleration 1.0  km/(h⋅s) (0.62  mph/s) (1964–1992)
1.2  km/(h⋅s) (0.75  mph/s) (1992–2008)
Deceleration 2.84  km/(h⋅s) (1.76  mph/s)s
Electric system(s) 25 kV AC, 60 Hz, overhead catenary
Current collection method PS 200 pantograph
Safety system(s) ATC-1
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in) standard gauge

The 0 series (0系, Zero-kei) trains were the first generation Shinkansen trainsets built to run on Japan's new Tōkaidō Shinkansen high-speed line which opened in Japan in 1964. [2] The last remaining trainsets were withdrawn in 2008.



The 0 series (which were not originally classified, as there was no need to distinguish classes of trainset until later [2] ) entered service with the start of Tōkaidō Shinkansen operations in October 1964. These units were white with a blue stripe along the windows and another at the bottom of the car body, including the front pilot.

Unlike previous Japanese trains (except for some trains running on standard gauge sections on the Ou Main Line and Tohoku Main Line) the Tōkaidō Shinkansen and all subsequent Shinkansen lines are 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in) standard gauge between the rails. The trains were powered by 25 kV AC electricity at 60 Hz with all axles of all cars powered by 185 kW traction motors, giving a 220 km/h (140 mph) operation top speed.

The original trains were introduced as 12-car sets, with some sets later lengthened to 16 cars. Later, shorter trains of six cars and even four cars were assembled for lesser duties. Production of 0 series units continued from 1963 until 1986.

Shinkansen sets are generally retired after fifteen to twenty years. The final remaining 0 series sets were six-car sets used on JR-West Kodama services on the San'yō Shinkansen between Shin-Ōsaka and Hakata, and on the Hakata-Minami Line until their retirement on 30 November 2008.

Following retirement from regular service, JR-West ran a number of special commemorative Hikari runs in December 2008. [3] Hikari 347, powered by set R61, [4] arrived at Hakata Station at 6:01 pm on 14 December 2008, bringing to an end the 44 years of service of the 0 series trains.

Set formations

Original 12-car H/K/N/R/S sets

A 0 series set in Tokyo in May 1967 0 series Yurakucho 19670505.jpg
A 0 series set in Tokyo in May 1967
Interior of a 1st class car in May 1967 0 series first class interior 19670508.jpg
Interior of a 1st class car in May 1967
Analog speed display in the passenger compartment Shinkansen-0-Speed-Meter.jpg
Analog speed display in the passenger compartment

The initial shinkansen fleet delivered for use on Hikari and Kodama services on the Tōkaidō Shinkansen from 1 October 1964 consisted of 30 12-car sets formed of 1st- and 2nd-batch cars. Six sets, H1 to H6, were built by Hitachi between April and August 1964, six sets, K1 to K6, were built by Kisha between July and September 1964, six sets, N1 to N6, were built by Nippon Sharyo between March and September 1964, six sets, R1 to R6, were built by Kawasaki Sharyo between July and September 1964, and six sets, S1 to S6, were built by Kinki Sharyo between April and August 1964. [5] These sets were allocated to Tokyo and Osaka depots. [6]

A further 10 12-car sets (H7/8, K7/8, N7/8, R7/8, S7/8) were delivered between April and July 1965, formed of 120 3rd-batch cars, five 4th-batch sets were delivered between June and July 1966, and five 5th-batch sets were delivered between October and November 1966. [6]

The original 12-car sets were formed as follows, with two first-class cars (type 15 and 16) and two buffet cars (type 35). [6]

Car No.123456789101112

12-car H/K/N/R/S/T Kodama sets

A further 21 6th- to 9th-batch 12-car sets were delivered between 1967 and 1969 with only one first-class car (type 16) for use on Kodama services. The "T" sets were built by Tokyu Car Corporation. [6]

These sets were formed as follows. [6]

Car No.123456789101112

16-car H/K/N/R/S Hikari sets

The original 30 12-car sets were lengthened to 16 cars between December 1969 and February 1970 with the inclusion of new 10th-batch cars for Hikari services to handle the increased number of passengers travelling to and from Expo '70 in Osaka in 1970. From the opening of the San'yō Shinkansen in 1972, these sets were renumbered H1 to H30. [6]

Car No.12345678910111213141516

16-car K Kodama sets

The bulging nose of a 0 series train at Tokyo Station in July 1982 Shinkansen 0-series-train Tokyo 1982 with-foreign-visitor.jpg
The bulging nose of a 0 series train at Tokyo Station in July 1982

Between 1972 and 1973, the earlier 12-car Kodama sets were lengthened to 16 cars with the inclusion of new 13th- and 15th-batch cars, and were renumbered K1 to K47. [6]

Car No.12345678910111213141516

16-car H Hikari restaurant car sets

With the opening of the Sanyo Shinkansen extension to Hakata, the fleet of 16-car H Hikari sets was reformed and increased between 1973 and 1974 with the inclusion of new 16th- and 17th-batch cars, including new restaurant cars (type 36) in addition to the buffet car (type 35). The fleet as of 10 March 1975 consisted of 64 sets, numbered H1 to H64. [6]

Car No.12345678910111213141516

16-car NHHikari sets

A 16-car NH Hikari set in May 1989 Shinkansen type 0 Hikari 19890506a.jpg
A 16-car NHHikari set in May 1989

Between 1977 and 1980, 35 new 16-car NH sets were formed of −1000 subseries cars (batches 22 to 29) for Hikari services on the Tōkaidō Shinkansen and San'yō Shinkansen lines. The introduction of 100 series and later 300 series trains reduced the number of 0 series trains used on Hikari services, with 0 series Hikari services operated by JR Central ending in 1995. A small fleet was subsequently maintained by JR-West for use on additional holiday period Hikari services, with the last remaining unit, NH32, being disbanded in December 1999.

The NH sets had two Green (first class) cars and a restaurant car in addition to a buffet car, although use of the restaurant cars was discontinued from the mid-1990s.

Car No.12345678910111213141516

16-car YK sets

16-car set YK8 on Tokaido Shinkansen Kodama service with "Arigato 0 Series" sticker on final day of services, 19 September 1999 JRC-TEC-0.jpg
16-car set YK8 on Tokaido Shinkansen Kodama service with "Arigatō 0 Series" sticker on final day of services, 19 September 1999

The 16-car YK sets were operated by JR Central on the all-stations Kodama services. These sets had upgraded reserved seat cars with 2+2 seating employing 100 series style seats, but only one Green car per 16-car set. Standard seating was 3+2 in standard class, and 2+2 in Green cars.

The fleet was operated by JR Central on the Tokaido Shinkansen until the last units were withdrawn on 18 September 1999. In the last two months of service, they ran with "Arigatō 0 Series" stickers on the front ends.

Car No.12345678910111213141516


12-car SK sets

Set SK5 on a West Hikari service in March 1997 0 series SK5 West Hikari Nishi-Akashi 199703.jpg
Set SK5 on a West Hikari service in March 1997
"West" logo on an SK set in March 1997 0 series SK West Hikari logo 199703.jpg
"West" logo on an SK set in March 1997

These 12-car SK sets based at Hakata Depot were operated by JR-West on Sanyo Shinkansen West Hikari services between Shin-Osaka and Hakata. Sets were formed of upgraded 5000 and 7000 subseries vehicles with improved seating, and buffet cars were refurbished with a special seating area. All standard class cars had upgraded 2+2 seating. The sets were recognizable externally by the addition of an extra thin blue line below the windows (similar to 100 series) and by the large "West" decals near the doors. Some sets originally included specially converted cinema cars, but these were withdrawn in 1996. Following the end of the West Hikari services on 21 April 2000, the remaining SK units were reformed into new 6-car R60 sets to replace unrefurbished sets on Sanyo Shinkansen Kodama services.

Car No.123456789101112

4-car Q sets

Set Q4 at Hakata on a Sanyo Shinkansen Kodama service in July 1998 0 Q4 Kodama Hakata 19980700.jpg
Set Q4 at Hakata on a Sanyo Shinkansen Kodama service in July 1998

4-car Q sets were formed from March 1997 for use on Kodama shuttle services running between Hakata and Kokura/Hiroshima, and also for use on some Hakata-Minami Line duties. These sets had no Green car. The last remaining unit was withdrawn in September 2001. [6]

Car No.1234

6-car R sets

Set R61 in new JR-West "Kodama" livery at Higashi-Hiroshima Station on a Sanyo Shinkansen Kodama service in July 2003 R61 Kodama 635 Higashi-Hiroshima 20030719.JPG
Set R61 in new JR-West "Kodama" livery at Higashi-Hiroshima Station on a Sanyo Shinkansen Kodama service in July 2003
"Children's Saloon" logo in March 1997 0 series R24 37-7731 Family Hikari Children's Saloon logo Nishi-Akashi 199703.jpg
"Children's Saloon" logo in March 1997

The 6-car R units with no Green car were first formed in June 1985, and were used on JR-West Kodama services between Shin-Osaka and Hakata. They were also used to operate services on the short Hakata-Minami Line from Hakata Station.

The no. 3 cars of sets R2 and R24 were rebuilt as "Children's Saloons" with the former buffet counter area converted into a children's soft play area. These sets ran branded as "Family Hikari" during holiday periods. From March 1997 a refurbishment programme was commenced on the R sets, with new internal trim, rotating seats and new toilets/washing facilities. The refurbished units were recognisable externally by an extra thin blue line below the windows (as with West Hikari SK sets), and new "W" decals near the doors.

From April 2000, 6-car "WR" sets were created from former SK unit cars and renumbered in the R60 series. These retained the larger buffet area (disused) and 2+2 seating of the former West Hikari trains, and gradually replaced the remaining unrefurbished R sets. These units initially retained their "West Hikari" branding, but were gradually repainted into the new JR-West "Kodama" livery from May 2002. Initially scheduled to be withdrawn in 2006, the last three remaining sets (R61/R67/R68) remained in service until 30 November 2008. By June 2008 they had been repainted into their original ivory and blue livery with silver roofs.

Car No.123456


Preserved examples

A large number of former 0 series vehicles are preserved or stored in museums and various other locations around Japan. Outside Japan, the leading vehicle from a 0 series set is preserved at the National Railway Museum in York, UK. It was donated to the museum by JR-West in 2001. [7]

Vehicle numberDate builtDate withdrawnLocationRemarks
16-1March 1964March 1977Preserved at the Kyoto Railway Museum, which opened in April 2016. (Formerly displayed at the Modern Transportation Museum in Osaka.) [8] Cars from pre-production "C" set H1. [9]
35-1August 1964Cars from first production set H2.
21-2July 1964March 1977 The Railway Museum, SaitamaFrom original set H2. Moved from Osaka in August 2008. Exhibited from October 2009. [10]
22-2JR-West Staff Training Centre, Suita, Osaka From original set H2.
21-25April 1964March 1978 The Railway Museum, SaitamaCab section only.
Originally displayed outside Tokyo Transport Museum.
22-56August 1967February 1982"Wine no Kuni" hotel, Ikeda, Hokkaidō Front third section only. [9]
21-59March 1968February 1982Shintorimachi Park, Fuji, Shizuoka [9]  
21-73July 1969October 1984Shinkansen Park, Settsu, Osaka [9]
22-75August 1969March 1985 Ome Railway Park, Ome, TokyoRepainted for short period into Tohoku ivory/green livery in late 1980s. [9]
22-77September 1969March 1990Satsuki Kindergarten, Fukuoka Used as a staff room and library. [9]
36-841975  SCMaglev and Railway Park, Nagoya [11]
21-86December 1971November 1991SCMaglev and Railway Park, Nagoya [11]
22-86JR Central Hamamatsu Works [9]
21-100September 1973October 1991Akishima City Library, Akishima, Tokyo Used as library reading room. [9]
21-141June 1976October 2000The Railway History Park in Saijo, Ehime Prefecture [12] Former set H94, later R52. Front half only. [9]
22-141June 1976October 2000 National Railway Museum, York, UKA gift from JR-West presented to the NRM in 2001.
22-1003November 1976November 1994Namikawa Railway Heritage Park, Kameoka, Kyoto Cab section only. [9]
21-2023January 1985June 1998 J-TREC factory, YokohamaCab section only. Preserved at Sakuma Rail Park until November 2009. Moved to Tokyu Car from July 2010. [13]
22-2029March 1986September 1999 Nippon Sharyo Factory, Toyokawa, Aichi [9]
16-20341986  SCMaglev and Railway Park, Nagoya [11]
37-25231983 SCMaglev and Railway Park, Nagoya [11]
21-5035 (formerly 21-1032)June 197810 March 2004 Tainan HSR station, Tainan, Taiwan Cab from former set R1. Used as structure gauging car during the construction of the Taiwan High Speed Rail until 2008. On display at Tainan HSR station from June, 2021. [14]
22-7007December 2008Suita Yard, Osaka Prefecture Cab from former set R68. On display inside Suita City Kento Library since 11 November 2020. [15]
21-7008 (formerly 21-2026)1983December 2008 Kawasaki Heavy Industries factory, Hyogo Prefecture Car of last operational set, R61 [16]
21-7038Kawasaki Good Times World, within Kobe Maritime Museum West Hikari livery. Front third section. [9]

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