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|Color on map||(#c22047)|
|Opened||April 30, 1914|
|Track length||26.7 km (16.6 mi)|
|Number of tracks||Double-track|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
|Electrification||1,500 V DC (Overhead lines)|
|Operating speed||105 km/h (65 mph)|
|Signalling||Automatic closed block|
|Train protection system||Kintetsu ATS|
The Nara Line (奈良線, Nara sen) is a Japanese railway line owned by the Kintetsu Railway. The line connects Fuse Station in the eastern suburbs of Osaka to Kintetsu Nara Station in the historic city of Nara, though operationally, the line begins at Ōsaka Namba Station on the Namba Line.  Additionally, some trains run through-services starting at Kobe Sannomiya Station on the Hanshin Railway Main Line in Kobe.  Eastern satellite cities such as Higashiosaka and Ikoma are connected by the line.  This line is more direct than the JR line between Osaka and Nara. 
The line was opened by Osaka Electric Railway Company (大阪電気軌道, Osaka Denki Kidō) in 1914, dual track and electrified at 600 VDC. 
Whereas the JR West Yamatoji Line routes south of the Ikoma mountain range to connect Osaka and Nara, the Kintetsu Nara Line uses a 3.4 km (2.1 mi) tunnel through the Ikoma mountain range.  As a result, the Kintetsu route is more direct and has allowed municipalities along the line such as Ikoma to flourish as major commuter hubs. To respond to high demand, the railway operates services with up to ten cars long during the peak hours operating as rapid and limited express services.  Because of the direct routing, the Nara Line is highly regarded for being the most important commuter rail route in the Kinki region.  Higher demand over the years has gradually lead to a reduction of faster midday services as Kintetsu moved to a higher frequency of limited express trains during peak hours. 
In 1969 the voltage was increased to 1500 VDC, and in 1970 the Namba Line was opened, and the operational starting station of the Line moved to Kintetsu Namba Station, from Uehonmachi Station of Osaka Line.
Trains run to and from the Kintetsu Namba Line and the Hanshin Namba Line, and lead to Osaka Namba Station and Amagasaki Station, and Rapid Express trains also to Kobe Sannomiya Station on the Hanshin Main Line. Between Yamato-Saidaiji and Kintetsu Nara, through trains of the Kyoto Line also run. 
|line name||No.||Station name||Japanese||Suburban Semi-Express||Semi-Express||Express||Rapid Express||Limited Express||Transfers||Location|
|Through service to Hanshin Namba Line:|
|Namba Line||A01||Ōsaka Namba||大阪難波||●||●||●||●||●|| Chūō-ku,|
|A02||Kintetsu Nippombashi||近鉄日本橋||●||●||●||●|||||Osaka Metro (Nippombashi) |
|A03|| Ōsaka Uehommachi |
(Kintetsu Department StoreUehommachi)
|大阪上本町||●||●||●||●||●||Osaka Metro (Tanimachi Kyūchōme) || Tennoji-ku,|
|A06||Fuse||布施||●||●||●||||||||D Osaka Line (D06)||Higashi-Osaka|
|A07 }||Kawachi-Eiwa||河内永和|||||||||||||||||F Osaka Higashi Line (JR-F10: JR Kawachi-Eiwa )|
|A08|| Kawachi-Kosaka |
(Osaka University of Commerce, Osaka Shoin Women's University)
| A10 |
|Uryūdō (Tentative, Planned)||瓜生堂（仮称）||Osaka Monorail Main Line (proposed extension)|
|A12|| Higashi-Hanazono |
(Hanazono Rugby Stadium)
|A18|| Higashi-Ikoma |
(Tezukayama University Higashi-Ikoma Campus)
|A20|| Gakuen-mae |
|Through service to:||From Yamato-Saidaiji:|
|Opened||March 15, 1970|
|Line length||2.0 km (1.2 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in)|
|Electrification||1,500 V DC, overhead lines|
|Operating speed||80 km/h (50 mph)|
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