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Sagami Railway Izumino Line


Sagami Railway Izumino Line

Sagami Railway Izumino Line
A 7000 series train on a Local service to Yokohama at Minami-Makigahara station.
Type Commuter rail
Locale Kanagawa Prefecture
Termini Futamatagawa
Stations 8
Daily ridership 56,843 (2010)[1]
Opened 1976-99
Owner Sagami Railway
Line length 11.3 km (7.0 mi)
Track gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Electrification 1,500 V DC overhead catenary

The Sagami Railway Izumino Line (相模鉄道いずみ野線 Sagami-Tetsudō Izumino-sen) is a railway in Japan owned by the private railway operator Sagami Railway (Sōtetsu). It connects Futamatagawa in Yokohama to Shōnandai in Fujisawa.


  • Service pattern 1
  • Station list 2
  • History 3
  • References 4

Service pattern

Limited-stop "Rapid" services stop at every station on this line. Most trains run through to and from Yokohama on the Sagami Railway Main Line.

Station list

Station name Japanese Distance (km) Transfers Location
between stations from Futamatagawa from Yokohama
Futamatagawa 二俣川 - 0.0 10.5 Sagami Railway Main Line (through service) Asahi-ku, Yokohama
Minami-Makigahara 南万騎が原 1.6 1.6 12.1
Ryokuentoshi 緑園都市 1.5 3.1 13.6 Izumi-ku, Yokohama
Yayoidai 弥生台 1.8 4.9 15.4
Izumino いずみ野 1.2 6.0 16.5
Izumi-chūō いずみ中央 2.2 8.2 18.7
Yumegaoka ゆめが丘 1.1 9.3 19.8
Shōnandai 湘南台 2.0 11.3 21.8 Odakyū Enoshima Line, Yokohama City Transportation Bureau Blue Line (Subway Line 1) Fujisawa, Kanagawa


The first section of the line, between Futamatagawa and Izumino, opened on April 8, 1976, with Izumi-chūō station opening on April 4, 1990. A further extension to Shōnandai opened on March 10, 1999.


  1. ^ "Sagami Railway station ridership in 2010" (PDF). Train Media (sourced from Sagami Railway). Retrieved May 28, 2012. 
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