Keio Inokashira Line
The busy 12.7km Keio Inokashira Line runs from Shibuya Station to Kichijoji Station in Tokyo.
The Keio Inokashira Line is a private railway line in Tokyo part of the Keio Corporation rail network running in western Tokyo.
Both local (kakueki teisha; 各駅停車) and express trains (kyuko; 急行) run frequently on the Keio Inokashira Line.
Keio Line Stations
Shibuya | Shinsen | Komaba-Todaimae | Ikenoue | Shimo-Kitazawa | Shindaita | Higashi-Matsubara Station | Meidaimae | Hamadayama | Takaido | Fujimigaoka | Kugayama | Mitakadai | Inokashira-koen | Kichijoji
The original line, then owned by Odakyu started operations in 1933.
Post-war the route was acquired by Keio.
Since 2013 Keio Inokashira Line stations are numbered 01 from Shibuya etc and prefixed "IN".