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Moonlight Shinshū

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Service type  Rapid
Current operator(s)  JR East
First service  2002
Line used  Chūō Main Line, Shinonoi Line, Ōito Line
Rolling stock  183 series, 189 series EMUs

The Moonlight Shinshū (ムーンライト信州) is a seasonal overnight Rapid service operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East), which runs between Shinjuku and Hakuba Station via the Chūō Main Line, Shinonoi Line, and Ōito Line. The service started in 2002, and is operated using 6- or 9-car 183 series or 189 series EMUs.

Route

The main station stops for the Moonlight Shinshū service are as follows, although the exact stopping patterns vary depending on the time of year.

  • Shinjuku - Tachikawa - Hachiōji - Takao - Ōtsuki - Enzan - Kōfu - Kobuchizawa - Fujimi - Chino - Kami-Suwa - Shimo-Suwa - Okaya - Shiojiri - Matsumoto - Shinano-Ōmachi - Hakuba
  • References

    Moonlight Shinshū Wikipedia


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