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JR Miyajima Ferry (JR宮島フェリー, Jeiāru Miyajima Ferī) is the ferry route between Miyajimaguchi, Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima and Miyajima (Itsukushima).
JR Miyajima Ferries are operated by JR West Miyajima Ferry Co., Ltd. (JR西日本宮島フェリー株式会社, Jeiāru Nishinihon Miyajima Ferī Kabushiki Kaisha), a wholly owned subsidiary of West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
There are three ferries called Miyajima-maru, Nanaura-maru and Misen-maru.
Between Miyajima-guchi and Miyajima, it takes ten minutes.
The route, commonly called Miyajima Renrakusen (宮島連絡船), was one of those classified as tetsudō renrakusen (鉄道連絡船), ferry routes as a part of railway network. All other JR renrakusen routes were closed by 1990 and the JR Miyajima Ferry was the last one of that kind until its separation in 2009.
Hiroshima Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūgoku region on Honshu island. The capital is the city of Hiroshima. It has a population of around 2.8 million.
West Japan Railway Company, also referred to as JR-West, is one of the Japan Railways Group companies and operates in western Honshu. It has its headquarters in Kita-ku, Osaka.
Hiroshima Station is a railway station in Minami-ku, Hiroshima, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company. Hiroshima Station is the terminal station for several lines, and all San'yō Shinkansen trains stop here.
Miyajimaguchi (宮島口) is a neighborhood in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima, Japan. It was a part of the town of Ōno until 2005 when the town was annexed by the city of Hatsukaichi.
Hiroshima Electric Railway Co., Ltd. is a Japanese transportation company established on June 18, 1910, that operates streetcars and buses in and around Hiroshima Prefecture. It is known as "Hiroden" (広電) for short.
The Miyajima Line is a 16.1-kilometre-long railway line operated by Hiroshima Electric Railway (Hiroden) connecting Hiroshima and Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. It has been operated since 1922.
Miyajima Matsudai Kisen Limited Company is a Japanese ferry company based in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima, Japan.
Nishi-Hiroshima Station is a railway station on the Sanyō Main Line in Koi-honmachi, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima, operated by West Japan Railway Company.
Shin-Inokuchi Station is a railway station on the Sanyō Main Line in Inokuchi, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima, operated by West Japan Railway Company.
Hiroden-miyajima-guchi Station is a terminal station on the Hiroden Miyajima Line located in Miyajima-guchi, Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima, Japan.
Ajina Station (阿品駅) is a railway station on the Sanyō Main Line in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima, operated by West Japan Railway Company.
Miyajimaguchi Station is a railway station on the Sanyō Main Line in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima, operated by West Japan Railway Company. From the pier near the station there are ferry services for Miyajima (Itsukushima) by JR Miyajima Ferry and Miyajima Matsudai Kisen.
Shudai-kyoso-chuko-mae Station is a train station on the Hiroden Miyajima Line located in Inokuchi, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima.
Sanyo-jogakuen-mae Station is a station on the Hiroden Miyajima Line, located in Sagatahonmachi, Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima.
Miyajima Boat Race Jō Station is a Hiroden temporary station on the Hiroden Miyajima Line, located in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima. It is used only during the speedboat race at Miyajima Speedboat Racing Stadium.
Funairi-minami is a Hiroden station on the Hiroden Eba Line located in Funairi-minami, Naka-ku, Hiroshima. It is operated by the Hiroshima Electric Railway.
Shimonoseki Station is a railway station on the Sanyo Main Line, operated by West Japan Railway Company in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi, Japan. Kyushu Railway Company and Japan Freight Railway Company services also use this station. The company boundary between JR West and JR Kyushu is at the west end of this station where there is an entrance signal from Moji.
Miyamori Station is a railway station on the Kamaishi Line in the city of Tōno, Iwate, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company.
The Chihaku ferry or was a ferry service in operation from 1923 to 1945 between Wakkanai in north Hokkaidō, Japan and Ōdomari, now Korsakov, in what was then Karafuto Prefecture, South Sakhalin. In November 1922, the Ministry of Railways extended the Sōya Main Line to Wakkanai Station. The following May, at the behest of public and private enterprise in Hokkaidō and Karafuto, the Chihaku railway connection ferry service began operations. By the time the service was abandoned in the final days of the war in August 1945, it had ferried 2,840,000 passengers. In November 1970, a monument was erected near the North Breakwater Dome in Wakkanai in its honour. Vessels on the route included the icebreakers Aniwa Maru (亜庭丸), named after Aniva Bay, from 1927, and Sōya Maru (宗谷丸), named after the Sōya Straits, from 1932.
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