About Kintetsu Limited Express trains

Types of limited express trains

Sightseeing Limited Express "Shimakaze"

The Sightseeing Limited Express "Shimakaze" operates only one round trip a day between Osaka-Namba Station, Kyoto Station and Kintetsu-Nagoya Station and Ise-Shima.
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    < Premium seats >
    You can stretch out and unwind in genuine leather seats with a design meant to relax. Each seat is equipped with an electric leg rest and a seat back with an air cushion. The seats also offer lumbar support for adjusting the firmness of the lower back cushion and with relaxation functions. Electric outlets, reading lights, and other great features are also provided.
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    < Salon seats (group seats) >
    Each booth has a large table, perfect for enjoying group travel (four to six passengers).
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    < Japanese-style private rooms (group seats) >
    Here you can enjoy a comfortable time in a Japanese-style private room without wearing shoes.
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    < Western-style private rooms (group seats) >
    You can also relax in a Western-style private room furnished with an L-shaped sofa and table.
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    < Cafe Car 1F >
    In the Cafe Car, you can enjoy light meals and drinks made of specialties along the railway line while watching the scenery unfold through the windows.
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    < Cafe Car 2F >
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    < Barrier-free facilities >
    Seats for passengers using wheelchairs are available. Wheelchair-accessible multi-purpose restrooms are also provided. Also provided across the trains are displays in Braille characters, studded paving blocks, and support handles.
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Ise-Shima Liner

The Ise-Shima Liner mainly connects Osaka-Namba Station, Kyoto Station and Kintetsu-Nagoya Station with the Ise-Shima area.
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    < Standard seats >
    Each seat has a reclining function.
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    < Deluxe seats >
    Each of these spacious seats has a reclining function, foot rest, and electric outlet.
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    < Salon seats/Twin seats (group seats) >
    Salon seat booths for four passengers and Twin seat booths for two passengers are available. Each booth has a large table, luggage storage space, and electric outlet.
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    < Barrier-free facilities >
    Seats for passengers using wheelchairs are available. Large wheelchair-accessible restrooms are also provided.
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Urban Liner

The Urban Liner mainly connects Osaka-Namba Station and
Kintetsu-Nagoya Station.
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    Each seat has a reclining function.
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    < Deluxe seats >
    All seats are single seats with three seats per row. Each of the comfortable cradle-type seats has an electric reclining function and foot rest.
    * Some cars also have seats with electric outlets.
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    < Barrier-free facilities >
    Seats for passengers using wheelchairs are available. Wheelchair-accessible multi-purpose restrooms are also provided.
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Sightseeing Limited Express "Blue Symphony"

The Blue Symphony connects Osaka-Abenobashi Station and
Yoshino Station.
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    < Deluxe seats >
    All seats are arranged in a three-column (2+1) style, providing spacious and comfortable space. Each seat has a reclining function and electric outlet.
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    < Salon seats/Twin seats (group seats) >
    Each booth has a large table and electric outlet.
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    < Lounge Car >
    You can enjoy light meals and drinks made of specialties from places along the railway line while watching the seasonally changing scenery unfold through the window.Leather sofas and indirect LED lighting help provide a relaxing and wonderful journey.
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    < Barrier-free facilities >
    Seats for passengers using wheelchairs are available. Wheelchair-accessible multi-purpose restrooms are also provided.
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Sakura Liner

The Sakura Liner connects Osaka-Abenobashi Station and
Yoshino Station.
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    < Standard seats >
    Each seat has a reclining function.
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    < Deluxe seats >
    All seats are single seats with three seats per row. Each seat has a reclining function, foot rest, and electric outlet.
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    < Barrier-free facilities >
    Seats for passengers using wheelchairs are available. Wheelchair-accessible multi-purpose restrooms are also provided.
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Vista Car

The Vista Car operates across the Kintetsu network.
The middle two cars of the four-car train are double-deckers.
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    < Upstairs seats (standard seats) >
    Each seat has a reclining function.
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    < Downstairs seats (group seats) >
    Each booth seats a group of three to five people. Each has a large table, luggage storage space, and electric outlet.
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Standard type

Standard type Limited Express trains operate across
the Kintetsu network.
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    < Standard seats >
    Each seat has a reclining function.
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    < Barrier-free facilities >
    * On some trains, seats for passengers using wheelchairs are available. Wheelchair-accessible multi-purpose restrooms and electric outlets are also provided.
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