Hankyu & Noseden do not operate all night on New Year’s Eve – Extra trains until 2 am

Hankyu Railway and Nose Electric Railway announced that they will not operate all night from December 31, 2020 (Thursday) New Year’s Eve to January 1, 2021 (Friday / holiday) New Year’s morning, and will operate extra trains until around 2:00 midnight.

Hankyu Kyoto Line 9300 series trains passing each other
Hankyu Kyoto Line 9300 series trains passing each other

Hankyu Railway will run extra trains after the last train on all lines (except for sections of Tenjimbashisuji 6-chome – Awaji / Kobe-Sannomiya – Shinkaichi) on New Year’s Eve on December 31 (Thursday), until around 2:00 am on January 1 (Friday / holiday). They have decided not to run all night this year, although they have carried out every year.

Nose Electric Railway will operate extra trains on the Myoken Line and Nissei Line until around 2:00 am, and will not operate all night as well as Hankyu. They says that the timetable will be convenient for transferring to the extra trains of Hankyu Railway at Kawanishi-Noseguchi Station.

Hankyu & Noseden do not operate all night on New Year's Eve - Extra trains until 2 am

Hankyu & Noseden do not operate all night on New Year's Eve - Extra trains until 2 am

Trains will be operated based on the schedule for Saturdays and holidays (Sundays and holidays on Nose Electric Railway) from December 30, 2020 (Wednesday) to January 3, 2021 (Sunday).

Nose Electric Railway 3100 series train stopping at Nissei-Chuo Station
Nose Electric Railway 3100 series train stopping at Nissei-Chuo Station

The “Myoken-no-Mori Cablecar” and “Myoken-no-Mori Lift” operated by Nose Electric Railway are closed during the winter season, but will operate temporarily from January 1 (Friday / holiday) to January 3 (Sunday). Early morning operating will also be carried out from 6 o’clock on New Year’s Day.

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