Retired trains from all over Japan come here to start their second career.
Relax and sit back on these local trains and enjoy the scenery along the river.
How to enjoy local trains in Dai-Tetsu style
Ko-ken / Tickets
The tickets used on Oigawa Railway are made from hard cardboard, which is now very rare. Ask the conductor if you can keep them after your journey.
There are three different types of trains running on Oigawa Railways as local trains. They are unique not only in how they look, but also how they are built inside. Take a closer look at the details such as the seatings and handles which are different from the trains running in the cities.
Retro all throughout
Among the 19 stations along Ikawa Line, some remain exactly the same since they were built. Taking the local trains is the best way to appreciate how the time flows.