Trains Of The East Japan Railway Company

East Japan Railway Company

Chuo Line 201 Series

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Series 201 (Chuo Rapid Line, 10-car formation, car length 20m)
The Series 201 was introduced in 1979 as a prototype and in 1981 as a mass-produced model. There were three types of trains: 10-car, 6-car, and 4-car. It was used on the Chuo Rapid Line, Ome Line, and Itsukaichi Line, but was replaced by the E233 Series 0 in 2006, and all the cars were retired by March 2008.
On June 20, 2010, the H4 train was retired with the special train “Sayonara Chuo Line 201 Series Last Run to Yamanashi and Shinshu (operated to Matsumoto Station in Nagano Prefecture)”, and the H7 train was withdrawn completely after the special train (departing from Toyota Station at 10:19 and arriving at Matsumoto Station at 12:30) on October 17, 2010.
After the H7 train dropped off passengers at Matsumoto Station, it entered the Nagano General Rolling Stock Center and was scrapped.
The upper photo (1) shows the Ome Line (H4 formation).
The upper photo (2), (3) and (4) show the Chuo Line (H7 formation). The lower photo (5), (6), (7) and (8) are the last H7 trains.
(1)Ome Station [2008/10/20]. (2)Near Nishi-Hachioji Station [2010/05/04]. (3)Near Nishi-Hachioji Station [2010/05/21]. (4)Near Nishi-Hachioji Station [2010/05/04].
(5)Kokubunji Station [2010/09/13]. (6)Nishiogikubo Station[2010/05/18]. (7)Near Nakano Station [2010/09/13]. (8)Nakano Station [2010/09/13].
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Yamanote Line Series E231-500

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Series E231-500 (Yamanote Line, 11-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
Series E231-500 started operation on the Yamanote Line in January 2002, and was jointly developed by East Japan Railway Company and Tokyu Car Corporation. The maximum speed is 120 km/h and the maximum operating speed is 90 km/h. The starting acceleration is set at 3.0 km/h/s, which is higher than the 2.5 km/h/s of the Series 0. The performance of the VVVF inverter controller has been improved and the three-phase AC cage type induction motor has been strengthened to achieve the same acceleration power. The “pure electric brake” is adopted, in which the power regenerative brake operates up to 0 km/h, and the MT ratio of the electric car (M) and the accompanying car (T) is as high as 6M5T. D-ATC (Digital ATC) has been in use since July 30, 2006, and movable platform fences (platform doors) are being installed at each station on the Yamanote Line by 2017. In order to accommodate the platform doors, the first car of each train has been remodeled to be equipped with TASC ( fixed position stop system), which controls the platform doors and car doors in conjunction with each other, and the six-door cars will be replaced by newly-built four-door cars.
The E231 Series 500 of the JR Yamanote Line will be retired from the line in January 2020 JR East announced on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, that the replacement with the new E235 Series trains on the Yamanote Line will be completed in January 2020. The E231-500 started operation on the Yamanote Line in April 2002, and in April 2005, all trains on the Yamanote Line were replaced by the E231-500, which ran on the Yamanote Line for 18 years until January 2020. The new E235 Series began commercial operation in November 2015 for the first mass-produced train, and in May 2017 for the mass-produced train. After the replacement is completed, the total number of E235 Series trains on the Yamanote Line will be 50 trains (550 cars), including the Advanced Production Cars and Production Cars. ( Rides News)
(1)Nishi-Nippori Station [2009/01/26]. (2)Komagome Station [2010/12/20]. (3)Nishi-Nippori Station [2009/01/26]. (4)Near Harajuku Station [2010/12/24].
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Keiyo Line 201 Series

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Series 201 (Keiyo Line, 10-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
Series 201 cars were transferred from the Chuo and Sobu Lines. 201 cars were painted blue from August 2000, replaced by Series E233-5000s, and retired on June 20, 2011.
The (Kayo 51/54) + (K1/K4) formation was used on the Sotobo Line and Togane Line where the trains were split and merged.
*Photographs (4) and (5) show the return of Keiyo 51 Series 201 belonging to Keiyo Rolling Stock Center (6 cars), which was open to the public at the “Toyota Rolling Stock Center Chuo Line 201 Series Exhibition” as one of the events “Farewell Chuo Line 201 Series Campaign Vol.2” held by JR East Hachioji Branch Office on Sunday, August 22, 2010. It seems to be evacuated at the Nakano station of the Chuo Line.
The route was Toyota → Nakano → Ochanomizu → Kinshicho → (rapid line) → Makuhari rolling stock center → Soga → Keiyo rolling stock center.
The photos (6), (7) and (8) were exhibited at the Keiyo Rolling Stock Center Fair (October 2010).
The official announcement by JR East Chiba Branch Office is here.
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Vehicle history [201 Series K4+54 formation (4 cars + 6 cars) 10 cars 1 formation].
March 1984 Manufactured by Kawasaki Heavy Industries
March 1984 Nakano Train Depot
March 1986 Deployed to Mitaka Train Depot (now Mitaka Rolling Stock Center)
October 2000 Deployed to the Keiyo Train Section (now the Keiyo Rolling Stock Center).
June 20, 2011 out of service retirement
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(1)Nakano Station [2010/08/23]. (2)Nakano Station [2010/08/23]. (3)Kasai Rinkai Koen Station [2010/11/28]. (4)Keiyo Rolling Stock Center [2010/10/09].
(5)Keiyo Rolling Stock Center[2010/10/09]. (6)Keiyo Rolling Stock Center[2010/10/09]. (7)Kasai Rinkai Koen Station [2010/05/25]. (8)Keiyo Rolling Stock Center[2010/10/09].
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Keiyo Line Series 205-0

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Series 205-0 (Keiyo Line, 10-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
This series was newly introduced in March 1990 when the Keiyo Line was extended and opened at Tokyo Station. The front of the first car is different from the conventional style, and is called “fairy tale face”. It corresponded to the maximum operating speed of 110Km/h in the Uchibo line and the Sotobo line of the direct connection destination.
The main controller was a resistance controller (series-parallel combination field additive excitation control), and the main motor was an MT61 type DC direct current winding motor ( 120kW).
It was withdrawn from the Keiyo Line on July 6, 2011, with the completion of the deployment of Series E233-5000.
(1)Shinkiba Station [2010/03/27]. (2)Kasai Rinkai Koen Station [2010/05/25]. (3)Kasai Rinkai Koen Station [2010/05/25]. (4)Minami Funabashi Station [2010/10/09].
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Keiyo Line 205 Series

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Series 205 (Keiyo Line, 10-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
Series 205 cars of Keiyo Line were transferred from Yamanote Line, Chuo Line, Sobu Line and Saikyo Line. The main controller is a CS57 type resistance control ( series-parallel combination field additive excitation control) system, the main electric motor is an MT61 type DC direct current winding motor ( 120kW), the drive unit is a hollow shaft parallel cardan drive system with bolsterless bogies, and the braking system is an electric command type regenerative brake.
The Keiyo 24, 26, and 27 trains of this series were the first mass-produced cars transferred from the Yamanote Line, and had two-stage windows on the passenger compartment side.
The trains on the Uchibo Line and Sotobo Line (including the line between Chiba Station and Soga Station) were operated at a maximum speed of 110 km/h.
(1)Minami Funabashi Station [2010/10/09]. (2)Kasai Rinkai Koen Station [2011/06/10]. (3)Minami Funabashi Station [2010/10/09]. (4)Kasai Rinkai Koen Station [2011/05/25].
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Keiyo Line E331 Series

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Series E331 (Keiyo Line, 14-car formation, car lengths of 13 and 16 meters)
The E331 Series was manufactured by Tokyu Car Corporation and Kawasaki Heavy Industries in March 2006, and only this one train is a test train (mass-produced first train) that will be used on the Keiyo Line. The length of the car is 16 meters for the first two cars and cars 7 and 8, and 13 meters for the remaining intermediate cars. This is the same length as a 20-meter class 10-car train. The 14-car train is a unit consisting of two 7-car interconnecting trains, and each train has three side doors per side. The main controller is a VVVF inverter control system using IGBT elements (Photo 5), and a direct-drive permanent magnet synchronous motor (DDM) is installed as the main electric motor.
Series E331-AK1 was out of service on the Keiyo Line since January 2011, and was sent to the Nagano General Rolling Stock Center on March 25, 2014.
(1)-(8)Kaihinmakuhari Station [2010/11/28].
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Saikyo Line Series 205-0

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Series 205-0 (Saikyo Line, Kawagoe Line, 10-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
Series 205 Saikyo Line specification was newly manufactured and introduced from 1989 to 1990 as a replacement of Series 103. The main controller is a resistance controller ( series-parallel combination field additive excitation system), and the main motor is an MT61 type DC direct current winding motor. The drive unit is a hollow shaft parallel cardan drive system.
Photo (1) shows a Series 205 10-car formation running on a single track section. On November 6, 2013, JR East announced that it would transfer the Series 205 cars used on the Saikyo Line, Kawagoe Line, and other lines to an Indonesian railway operator. The company will also dispatch more than 10 engineers from the Saikyo Line Rolling Stock Center, which is in charge of maintenance, to Indonesia for a short period of time to provide technical support. The 205 Series was withdrawn from Saikyo Line service on February 28, 2014, following the completion of the deployment of the E233 Series 7000 Series.
(1)Near Minamikoya Station [2010/04/14]. (2)Kawagoe Rolling Stock Center [2010/04/14]. (3)Nakaurawa Station [2011/06/22]. (4)Near Ebisu Station [2011/07/12].
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Yokohama Line Series 205-0

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Series 205-0 (Yokohama Line, 8-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
Series 205 started operation in September 1988, and was withdrawn from service on August 23, 2014. After retirement, some of the trains will be transferred to an Indonesian railway operator for a fee.
The Yokohama Line was operated by 8-car formation of Series 205-0 belonging to Kamakura Rolling Stock Center. The main controller was CS57 type resistance controller (series-parallel combination field additive excitation control), the main electric motor was MT61 type DC direct current winding motor ( 120kW), the drive unit was hollow shaft parallel cardan drive systembolster-less bogies, and the brake system was electric command type regenerative brake.
All of the trains, with the exception of one train formerly used on the Musashino Line, which was transferred from the Keiyo Sharyo Center in 2009, were equipped with six-door cars and operated as rapid trains during the daytime.
(1)East Japan Railway Company [2014/08/23]. (2)Nagatsuta Station [2010/04/21]. (3)Near Yokohama Station [2010/05/17]. (4)Hachioji Station [2010/09/13].
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Keihin Tohoku Line Series 209 (Kuha901-1)

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Series 209 KUHA901-1 (Keihin-Tohoku Line, Negishi Line, 10-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
The development concept of Series 901 for the Keihin-Tohoku Line and Negishi Line was “half the weight, half the price, and half the service life”, with the objectives of “half the weight” by promoting maintenance-free and lightweight cars and reducing the ratio of power cars, and “half the price and half the service life” by reducing life cycle and environmental impact without major overhauls during the 13-year depreciation period (railway cars) required by tax law. The Series 901 was developed in 1992 with the aim of reducing the price by half and the service life by half.
It was renamed Series 209-900 for mass production and started commercial operation on the Keihin-Tohoku Line and Negishi Line on May 7, 1992, with 78 10-car trains (780 cars) belonging to the Urawa Train Depot. The train was replaced by Series E233-1000 from December 2007 to the end of January 2010 due to the frequent breakdowns of the train and the difficulty of maintenance due to the discontinued production of the on-board equipment.
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Joban Loop Line 203 Series

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Series 203-0/100 (Joban Loop Line, Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, 10-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
Series 203 was introduced in 1982 for the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line. 170 cars (17 10-car trains) were manufactured, but only 2 trains (20 cars) were in operation at the beginning of September 2011 when they were about to be retired.
The control system is an armature chopper control system (weak field), and the main electric motor is an MT60 type DC direct current winding motor ( 150kW). The equipment is based on the 201 Series, and a lightweight all-aluminum alloy body is used.
This series started to be replaced by the E233 Series 2000 in FY2010, and was scrapped and transferred to KRL Jabotabek Railway in Indonesia on September 26, 2011, and was withdrawn from operation.
(1)Kitakogane Station [2011/06/20]. (2)Kanamachi Station [2011/03/28]. (3)Kashiwa Station [2010/05/25]. (4)Kashiwa Station [2010/05/25].
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Series 253 (Narita Express)

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Series 253 (Narita Express, 6-car fixed formation, 3-car additional formation, car length 20m)
Series 253 started commercial operation on March 19, 1991 as a special train for the Narita Express, a limited express train to Narita International Airport.
From 1990 to 2002, Tokyu Car Corporation and Kinki Sharyo manufactured 111 cars in five stages, and in 1992, it was awarded the Laurel Prize by the Japan Railfan Club. The main controller is an armature chopper control system (field additive excitation control) based on the Series 251, and the main motor is an MT61 type DC direct current winding motor ( 120kW). The brake system uses air brakes in combination with electric regenerative brakes, and the maximum operating speed of 130 km/h is achieved by performing shaft-by-shaft sliding re-adhesion control.
The new E259 Series was introduced in October 2009, and replaced by the E259 Series, which was retired from the Narita Express Line on June 30, 2010.
Nagano Electric Railway purchased two 3-car trains of the same series, remodeled them to one-man operation specification, and started to operate them as limited express trains between “Nagano and Yudanaka” stations in fiscal 2011. The train started commercial operation on April 16, 2011. All trains are 6-car formation of standard cars, and the main control system has been upgraded to VVVF inverter control system and renumbered as 1000 series. Please click here to see the operation schedule.
(1)Shinagawa Station [2010/05/10]. (2)Near Higashi-Kanagawa Station [2010/05/16]. (3)Near Tsurumi Station [2010/05/21]. (4)Near Tsurumi Station [2010/05/17].
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Series 189 (Ayano)

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Series 189 (6-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
The “Nikko” and “Kinugawa” trains as JR and Tobu direct limited expresses were Series 485, but Series 189 was used for temporary trains to/from Yokohama Station and Hachioji Station and as a spare car. Tobu ATS, train radio, etc. were installed. Other modification parts were renewed such as special Nikko image paint, interior trim, seat mochette, and so on. After the remodeling, it was assigned to Oyama Train Depot (now Oyama Rolling Stock Center), and in March 2006, it was transferred to Higashinomiya Center, Omiya General Rolling Stock Center, Rolling Stock Inspection Department.
The service started on March 18, 2006 with a new connecting line with Tobu Nikko Line at Kurihashi Station of JR Utsunomiya Line. 4 round trips a day, 2 round trips are operated by JR cars (485 Series) and 2 round trips are operated by Tobu Railway Spacia. The route is from JR Shinjuku Station or JR Yokohama Station/Hachioji Station (Series 189) to Tobu Nikko/Kinugawa Onsen Station via the connecting line at JR Utsunomiya Line Kurihashi Station.
The train was replaced by Series 253-1000 from June 4, 2011, and Series 189 OM201 “Ayano” belonging to Omiya General Rolling Stock Center was sent back to Nagano General Rolling Stock Center on June 27. The official announcement at the time of the start of operation is here.
(1)-(4)Omiya Station [2011/06/22].
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Series 211-2000

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Series 211-2000 (Tokaido Line, 10-car train, 5 additional cars, 20m in length)
Series 211 appeared in 1985. It was designed and manufactured by Japan National Railways (JNR) at first. This series is a full model change from Series 111, 113 and 115, and is equipped with lightweight stainless steel body, bolsterless bogies with simple structure, armature chopper control system (field additive excitation), DC DC direct-wound motors, highly responsive electric command brakes, simple monitoring devices, etc., “energy saving” and “maintenance cost reduction The new axis that considered “energy saving” and “maintenance cost reduction” such as a highly responsive electric command brake and a simple monitor device was adopted in various places. This train belongs to Tamachi Rolling Stock Center, and was withdrawn from the Tokaido Line at the end of April 2012, and replaced by E233 Series 3000 series.
(1)Tamachi Station [2011/09/12]. (2)Tamachi Station [2011/09/12]. (3)Tamachi Station [2011/09/12]. (4)Shinkoyasu Station [2010/05/16].
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Series 115 (Nagano Color/Yokosuka Color)

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Series 115 (Chuo Main Line, Nagano color, 6-car formation, car length 20m)
The Series 115 was designed by the Japanese National Railways for use in cold regions and on steep gradient lines, and its production began in 1963 and continued until 1983. The MT54 type DC direct-current winding motor with a rated output of 120 kW is installed as the main electric motor, and the CS15A type resistance controller (series-parallel combination, weak field) with notch return mechanism(*) is installed for operation on a gradient section. The brake system is equipped with an electromagnetic direct-acting brake with a generator brake (with a speed reducing brake) for descending at a constant speed on a downhill grade.
The photo (1) shows a regular train running between Takao and Kofu Stations on the Chuo Main Line, and it is painted in Nagano color.
The C1 train belonging to the Nagano General Rolling Stock Center ended regular service on October 28, 2015.
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Series 115 (Chuo Main Line, 6-car formation in Yokosuka color)
The Series 115 belonging to the Toyota Sharyo Center is painted in the Yokosuka color.
The photo (4) shows a regular train running between Tachikawa, Otsuki, Kofu and Kobuchisawa stations.
The notch return mechanism is a function that can lower the notch = control stage in the manual stage, and this mechanism is available in the 3rd to 5th notches of the power train and the speed suppression notch.
This train was discontinued by January, 2015.
(1)Around Takao Station [2010/03/11] (2)Takao Station [2010/05/21]. (3)Otsuki Station [2010/04/26]. (4)Takao Station [2010/05/21].
(5)Toyota Rolling Stock Center [November 8, 2014].
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189 series

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Series 189 (Chuo Main Line, 6-car formation, car length 20m)
The Series 189 started to be manufactured by Japan National Railways in 1972, and was awarded the Blue Ribbon Prize by the Japan Railfan Club in 1973. The main electric motor is MT54 type DC DC direct-wound motor ( 120kW), CS15 type resistance controller (series-parallel combination weak field) is used as the main controller, and the brake system is electromagnetic direct-acting brake with generator brake and grade-restraining brake, and hollow shaft parallel cardan drive system (DT32 and TR69 series) is used as the drive system. The driving unit is a hollow shaft parallel cardan drive system (DT32 and TR69 series). The production is Nippon Sharyo Mfg. and Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
The 6-car train (M50 formation) of Series 189 of the “Old Azusa Color” Holiday Rapid Kawaguchiko No. shown in photos (1) and (2) is at Toyota Sharyo Center. Photos (3) and (4) show Holiday Rapid Kawaguchiko No. 4, which belongs to Tamachi Rolling Stock Center and runs on the Fujikyuko Line between Kawaguchiko and Otsuki Stations, and from Otsuki Station on the Chuo Line, entering the Musashino Freight Line (between Kunitachi and Shin Kodaira Stations) at Kunitachi Station and running on the Musashino Line to Kita Asaka Station, then entering the Tohoku Freight Line and running to Omiya Station.
All Series 189s of JR East are scheduled to be taken out of service in April 2018.
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251 series

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Series 251 (Tokaido Line, Ito Line, Izu Hakone Railway Sunzu Line, Izu Kyuko Line, 10-car formation, car length 20m)
Series 251 started commercial operation on April 28, 1990. It is used in all trains of the limited express “Super View Odoriko”, “Ohayou Liner Shinjuku” and “Home Liner Odawara”. The main circuit uses an armature chopper control system (field additive excitation) and a DC direct-wound motor as the main electric motor, and the maximum speed is 120km/h with a constant speed operation function. The braking system is an electric command air brake with a regenerative brake, and it is also equipped with a speed reducing brake to cope with the continuous steep gradients on the Ito Line and Izu Kyuko Line.
Photo (2) shows Kuha 251 type. It belongs to Tamachi Rolling Stock Center.
(1)Near Tsurumi Station [2010/05/21]. (2)Near Tsurumi Station [2010/05/21]. (3)Near Tsurumi Station [2011/01/25]. (4)Tamachi Station [2011/09/12].
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651 series

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Series 651 is a limited express train that started commercial operation on March 11, 1989, and was awarded the 33rd Blue Ribbon Prize by the Japan Railfan Club in 1990.
It was the first conventional limited express train to operate at a maximum speed of 130 km/h (between Ueno and Hitachi Stations).
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The main controller is a resistance control device ( field additive excitation main series-parallel combination control) that converts AC and DC, the motor is an MT61 type DC direct current winding motor ( 120kW), the drive unit is a hollow shaft parallel cardan drive system(bolsterless bogie ), and the braking system is an electric command type regenerative brake and speed reducing brake. The manufacturer is Kawasaki Heavy Industries. This series operates between “Ueno – Iwaki – Haranomachi – Sendai” station and has a green car. This train was withdrawn from regular operation on March 14, 2020 timetable revision due to the restoration of the Joban Line.
(1)Kitakogane Station [2011/06/20]. (2)Kashiwa Station [2010/05/25].
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Series 485 (Joyful Train)

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The “New Nanohana” is a joyful train converted from the Series 485 train, which started commercial operation on February 1, 1998. It is a 6-car formation with the lead car being a Kuro 484 and a Kuro 485, and the middle car being a Moro 484 and a Moro 485, and belongs to the Makuhari Rolling Stock Center.
(1)(2)Takao Station [May 21, 2010]
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(1)Kofu Station [2010/04/26]. (2)Nishiogikubo Station [2010/11/30]. (3)Hachioji Station [2010/07/03]. (4)Hachioji Station [2010/07/03].
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E351 series

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Series E351 (Chuo Main Line, 8-car formation + 4 additional cars, car length 20m)
Series E351 was manufactured by Nippon Sharyo Mfg. and Hitachi, Ltd. and started commercial operation as limited express Azusa on December 23, 1993.
This is the first train in the East Japan Railway Company to be given the “E” in its name.
The control system is a VVVF inverter control system ( GTO thyristor element for the first mass-produced car and IGBT element for the mass-produced car), and the train output is 3,600kW (at MT ratio of 6M6T) with a cage type three-phase AC induction motor as the main electric motor. This series adopted a controlled natural pendulum system, which made it possible to increase the speed on curved sections (between Hachioji and Shinano-Omachi Station on the Oito Line), and connected Shinjuku and Matsumoto Stations in 2 hours and 25 minutes (Limited Express Super Azusa).
(1)Near Hachioji Station [2010/05/04]. (2)Takao Station [2010/05/21]. (3)Nishiogikubo Station[2010/05/18]. (4)Near Nakano Station [2010/09/13].
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Series 205-1200

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Series 205-1200 (Nambu Line, 6-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
Series 205 started to replace Series 103 in 1989 and completed its deployment in January 1991. After the privatization of Japan National Railways (JNR), JR East and JR West continued to manufacture the trains.
The main controller is CS57 type resistance controller ( series-parallel combination field additive excitation control), the main electric motor is MT61 type DC direct current winding motor ( 120kW), the drive unit is hollow shaft parallel cardan drive systembolster-less bogie, and the brake system is electric command type regenerative brake. The train has been in operation since April 9, 2011. This train was withdrawn from service on the Nambu Line in January 2016.
(1)Near Noborito Station [2010/11/05]. (2)Yamata Station [2010/05/16]. (3)Near Noborito Station [2010/11/05]. (4)Musashi Nakahara Station [2011/07/10].
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209 series

005s-11 Series 209 (Nambu Line, 6-car fixed formation, car length 20m)
The Series 209, which has been deployed on the Nambu Line since April 1993, uses a VVVF inverter control system with a GTO thyristor element manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation and an MT68 cage-type three-phase AC induction motor ( 95Kw) as the main electric motor. The AC induction motor used with the VVVF inverter has an output equivalent to 150kW DC motor. The train MT ratio is 4M2T. The reason why the MT ratio of this train is higher than that of other trains is due to the change of the setting of VVVF inverter.
Near Kawasaki Station [2009/12/14].
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