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Limited Express SPACIA

Limited Express SPACIA

The “Limited Express SPACIA” is a nickname of the Tobu Railway Express 100 series train operating between Tokyo and Nikko/Kinugawa-onsen featuring comfortable seat pitches of 1,100mm. The limited express has 2 trains; one is called “Kegon” arriving and departing at Tobu-nikko station, Nikko line, and the other is “Kinu” arriving and departing at Kinugawa-onsen station, Kinugawa line.

Onboard facilities

  • Seats

    SeatsAll seats are large swivel recliner type with a foot rest and a folding table is attached to the window side. You can turn a pair of seats backward to face the seats behind. An overhead spotlight and an air conditioner vent are provided to each seat.

  • Compartment rooms

    Compartment roomsCar No. 6 is dedicated to six compartment rooms. Each room is spacious and comfortable even for 4 adults seated facing to each other. The rooms are equipped with a natural marble table in the center, good air-conditioning and a room lighting dimmer.

  • Kiosk

    KioskThere is a kiosk in car No. 3 where you can buy drinks and snacks. Train staff will go around the train and offer beverages and snacks for sale between the Kita-senju and Shimo-imaichi stations.
    *Kiosk is not available on some trains.

  • Vending machine

    Vending machineA beverage vending machine is available in car No. 3.
    *No alcohol vending machines are available.

  • Restrooms

    RestroomsRestrooms are located in Car No, 1, 4 and 6. There are both Western and Japanese-style lavatories. Diaper-changing tables are installed in the Japanese-style lavatoriess.

Stations stopped by Limited Express SPACIA

Stations stopped by Limited Express SPACIA

Important notes

  • All seats are reserved.
  • All seats are non-smoking.
  • Purchase limited express tickets before boarding.
  • A train staff may ask to see your ticket if you sit in a seat that is not printed on your ticket.
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