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The Iwashimizu-Hachimangū Cable (石清水八幡宮参道ケーブル, Iwashimizu hachmangū sandō kēburu), officially the Keihan Cable Line (京阪鋼索線, Keihan Kōsaku-sen), is a Japanese funicular line in Yawata, Kyoto, operated by Keihan Electric Railway. The line opened in 1926 as a route to Iwashimizu Shrine. Riders in January, the season of hatsumōde (New Year's Day visit to shrine), account for 50% of the whole year ridership.
Prior to October 2019, it was known as the Otokoyama Cable (男山ケーブル, Otokoyama Kēburu).
Cable-hachimangū-guchi - Cable-hachimangū-sanjō
Keihan Electric Railway Co., Ltd. is a Japanese railway operator in Osaka, Kyoto, and Shiga Prefectures. It is known as "Keihan" (京阪), "Keihan Dentetsu" (京阪電鉄) or "Keihan Densha" (京阪電車).
Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd. is a railroad company based in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan in operation since March 2, 1942. It is a parent company of Keifuku Bus and Kyoto Bus, and an affiliated company of Keihan Electric Railway, which owns 42.89% of the company stock. The company's stock is traded on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
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