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Make your trip even more fun by using Hankyu rail service!

Introducing some of the sights in Kyoto and Kobe you can visit from Umeda

Take advantage of bargain-priced passes to joint tourists from around the world in exploring the many sightseeing destinations that lie along Hankyu rail lines. Hankyu train stations are your gateway to Kyoto, Japan’s ancient capital; Umeda, Japan’s largest shopping area; and Kobe, a fashionable port town. You’ll also find information about how to purchase and use the Hankyu Tourist Pass that lets you travel throughout the area at a very reasonable cost. Make your trip to Japan a satisfying and inexpensive one.

Hankyu rail service links Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto.

A diverse range of popular shopping, dining, and sightseeing destinations can be found clustered around Hankyu rail lines, including the latest areas that are all the rage as well as historic Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples. One- and two-day rail passes give you free use of Hankyu’s rail network, so you can save on travel costs while sampling the best that Osaka, Kyoto, and Kobe have to offer.

Hankyu rail service links Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto.

About Hankyu Hanshin Holdings

Operating a diverse range of businesses, from urban transportation and real estate to leisure, entertainment, travel, international transport, and lodging

This holding company’s principal companies are Hankyu Corporation; Hanshin Electric Railway Co., Ltd.,; Hankyu Travel International Co., Ltd.; Hankyu Hanshin Express Co., Ltd.; and Hanky Hanshin Hotels Co., Ltd. The company was founded as a rail operator in 1906 and later expanded its operations to include real-estate, entertainment, travel, international transport, hotel businesses.