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Release Date: 27.11.2023
Languages: Japanese, English

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About Game

■Nambu Line

The Nambu Line is a 35.5 km long line connecting Kawasaki Station in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture and Tachikawa Station in Tachikawa City, Tokyo.
The predecessor of the Nambu Line was a private railroad company, Nambu Railway, which opened between Kawasaki Station and Noborito Station in 1927 for the purpose of transporting gravel from the Tama River. Later, in 1929, the entire line between Kawasaki and Tachikawa Stations, in its present form, was opened.
It is a commuter and school route that intersects with the Chuo Line rapid service radiating from central Tokyo, private railway lines, Yokosuka Line, Tokaido Line, and many other lines, connecting them in a circle, and is used as an important means of access between central Tokyo and the Tama region in the southern northern part of Kanagawa Prefecture.
Many electronics manufacturers and IT-related companies are located along the line, and the Musashi-Kosugi Station area is lined with high-rise condominiums as well as natural scenery such as the Tama River. The area is also characterized by many boat and bicycle racetracks and horse racing tracks.
In 2011, rapid transit service was restored for the first time in 32 years, and currently the fastest connection from Kawasaki Station to Tachikawa Station is 43 minutes.

Highlight

  • Farewell to the Tokaido Line/Kawasaki Station - Shitte Station
    The train runs parallel to the Tokaido Line and the Keihin-Tohoku Line, but makes a sharp right curve and separates from both lines.
  • Merge with Nambu Branch Line/Kawasaki Station - Shitte Station
    The line joins the Nambu branch line and runs parallel to it until Shirate Station.
  • Farewell to the Shitte Short Line / Shitte Station - Yako Station
    The track parting to the left is a freight line heading toward Shin-Tsurumi.
  • Detention Line/Shirate Station to Yako Station
    The first train from Yako Station is resting. There used to be a train yard.
  • High-rise condominium complexes / Hirama Station - Mukaigawara Station
    High-rise condominium complexes around Musashi-Kosugi Station can be seen.
  • Crossing with JR Line / Mukaigawara Station - Musashi-Kosugi Station
    The Nambu Line passes under the Yokosuka Line and Tokaido Shinkansen.
  • Intersection with Tokyu Line / Musashi-Kosugi Station
    The Tokyu Toyoko Line crosses directly above the Musashi Kosugi Station platform.
  • Tracks going down to the ground / Musashi-Nakahara Station - Musashi-Shinjo Station
    The tracks leading to the rail yard (Kamakura Rolling Stock Center Nakahara Branch) go down to the ground.
  • Kamakura Rolling Stock Center Nakahara Branch/Musashi-Nakahara Station - Musashi-Shinjo Station
    The train yard extends to the left. Cars of the Nambu Line, Nambu Branch Line, and other lines are stored there.
  • Intersection with Tokyu Line / Musashi-Mizonokuchi Station - Tsudayama Station
    Tokyu Denentoshi Line and Oimachi Line intersect immediately after exiting Musashi-Mizonokuchi Station.
  • Hirase River/Musashi-Mizonokuchi Station - Tsudayama Station
    At the end of a gentle uphill grade, the train crosses the Hirase River. After crossing the river, the road descends toward Tsudayama Station.
  • Intersection with Odakyu Line / Noborito Station
    Intersects with Odakyu Electric Railway Odawara Line
  • White Girder Bridge / Nakanoshima Station - Inadazutsumi Station
    Crossing the Misawa River.
  • Multi-level crossing with Keio Line/Inadazutsumi Station - Yanoguchi Station
    Dives under Keio Inadazutsumi Station on the Keio Sagamihara Line.
  • Ascending to the elevated line / Inadazutsumi Station - Yanokuchi Station
    The train crosses the border from Kanagawa Prefecture to Tokyo Prefecture when it enters the elevated railway line.
  • Long Bridge / Minami-Tama Station - Fuchuhommachi Station
    The Musashino Freight Line runs alongside from the left and crosses the Tama River. In the middle of the bridge, you will enter Fuchu City, Tokyo.
  • Passageway seen on the right / Minami-Tama Station - Fuchuhommachi Station
    You can see the connecting passageway leading from Fuchuhommachi Station to the racecourse on the right. It is crowded on race days.
    Musashino Line/Fuchuhommachi Station
    The upper and lower lines of the Nambu Line are arranged with the Musashino Line and Musashino Freight Line in the middle.
  • Farewell to the Musashino Line / Fuchuhommachi Station - Bubaigawara Station
    The Nambu Line makes a sharp left turn and partes with the Musashino Line.
  • Bridge over the railway / Fuchuhommachi Station - Bubaigawara Station
    This bridge is now a greenway, but the Japan National Railways Shimogawara line used to run across it.
  • Level crossing with the Keio Line / Bubaigawara Station
    At the end of the platform at Kappegahara Station, there is a level crossing with the Keio Dentetsu Main Line.。
  • Chuo Line merging / Nishi-Kunitachi Station - Tachikawa Station
    The Chuo Line from Tokyo merges from the right and runs parallel toward Tachikawa Station.

Route information

  • Section: Nambu Line Outbound Kawasaki ⇒ Tachikawa
  • Total length: 35.5 km
  • Number of Stations: 26
  • Security equipment: ATS-P

Train schedules that can be operated

  • Train Number:603F
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Tachikawa
  • Section where you can drive: Kawasaki to Tachikawa
  • Type of train: Series E233-8000, 6 cars
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Kawasaki train crew depot

  • Train Number:843F
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Musashi-Nakahara
  • Section where you can drive: Kawasaki to Musashi-Nakahara
  • Type of train: Series E233-8000, 6 cars
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Kawasaki train crew depot

  • Train Number:4027F
  • Type/Destination: Rapid train to Tachikawa
  • Section where you can drive: Kawasaki to Tachikawa
  • Type of train: Series E233-8000, 6 cars
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Kawasaki train crew depot

■Nambu Branch Line

The Nambu Branch Line is a 4.1 km long line connecting Shitte Station in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture and Hama-Kawasaki Station in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
It does not operate directly with the Nambu Line, but operates a short distance to Hama-Kawasaki Station as a branch line that splits from the Nambu Line's Shitte Station. The opening of a new station, Odasakae Station, in March 2016 was also a major topic of conversation. The line runs between industrial areas and quiet residential areas.

Highlight

  • Metropolitan Expressway and multi-level crossing/Hama-Kawasaki Station-Odasakae Station
    Passing under the Metropolitan Expressway Kanagawa No.1 Yokohane Line and Sangyo Road.
  • Platforms on a diagonal line/Odasakae Station
    The upper and lower platforms are lined up diagonally across the railroad crossing.
  • Merging of Freight Lines/Kawasakishimmachi Station
    The Tokaido Freight Line also runs, so there are four tracks side by side. They run side by side until the end of Hatchonawate station.
  • White Garter Bridge / Kawasakishimmachi Station - Hatchonawate Station
    It straddles Daiichi Keihin Road (the road used for the Hakone Ekiden).
  • Keihin Electric Express Railway and multi-level crossing/Hatchonawate station
    The Keihin Electric Express Railway main line runs under the platform. The platform of the Nambu branch line is a part of the overpass of the Keikyu line platform, which is an unusual structure.
  • Farewell to the freight line/Hatchonawate station - Shitte station
    The Tokaido Freight Line is parting to the left. The freight line runs parallel to the Keihin-Tohoku Line and the Tokaido Line, heading toward Tsurumi Station.
  • Light blue girder bridge / Hatchonawate station - Shitte station
    It straddles the Keihin-Tohoku Line and the Tokaido Line.
  • Merging with Nambu Line/Hatchonawate Station to Shitte Station
    The Nambu Line joins from the right and runs parallel to the station until Shitte Station.

Route information

  • Section: Nambu Branch Line Outbound Hama-Kawasaki ⇒ Shitte
  • Total length: 4.1 km
  • Number of Stations: 5
  • Security equipment: ATS-P

Route Information

  • Section: Nambu Branch Line Outbound Hama-Kawasaki ⇒ Shitte
  • Total length: 4.1 km
  • Number of Stations: 5
  • Security equipment: ATS-P

Train schedules that can be operated

  • Train Number:613H
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Shitte
  • Section where you can drive: Odasakae to Shitte
  • Type of train: Series 205-1000, 2 cars
    *Implemented with two-man operation specifications
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Tsurumi Line train crew depot

  • Train Number:721H
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Shitte
  • Section where you can drive: Hama-Kawasaki to Shitte
  • Type of train: Series 205-1000, 2 cars
    *Implemented with two-man operation specifications
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Tsurumi Line train crew depot

  • Train Number:1401H
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Shitte
  • Section where you can drive: Hama-Kawasaki to Shitte
  • Type of train: Series 205-1000, 2 cars
    *Implemented with two-man operation specifications
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Tsurumi Line train crew depot

■Tsurumi Line

The Tsurumi Line is a 9.7 km long line connecting Tsurumi Station in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture and Ogimachi Station in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
In addition to the main line connecting Tsurumi Station and Ogimachi, the line has two branch lines: the Umi-Shibaura branch line, which branches off from Asano Station and connects to Umi-Shibaura Station, and the Okawa branch line, which branches off from Musashi-Shiraishi Station and connects to Okawa Station. Since the station is located in the Keihin Industrial Zone, it is used as a commuter stop by people commuting to factories along the line. Umi-Shibaura Station, along with Omigawa Station on the Shin-etsu Line and Rikuzen-Otsuka Station on the Senseki Line, is known as a station adjacent to the sea, and the Keihin Canal can be seen from the platform. Also, stray cats live in Ogimachi and Asano Stations and greet passengers as they please. Despite its proximity to the city, the line has a loose atmosphere.

Highlight

  • Former Honzan Station/Tsurumi Station - Kokudo Station
    The platform-like structure where the upper and lower lines are separated is the former Honzan Station. This station was opened as the nearest station to Sojiji Temple, but was closed during the war.
  • Light blue railway bridge / Tsurumi Station - Kokudo Station
    The bridge straddles many railway lines, including the Yokosuka Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line, Tokaido Line, Tokaido Freight Line, and Keihin Electric Express Railway. A little further on, it also crosses the Daiichi Keihin Road (the road used for the Hakone Ekiden).
  • Station with a sharp curve/Kokudo station
    This station has a platform in the middle of a curve, so care must be taken when getting on and off the train. The station is famous for its strong Showa-era atmosphere under the elevated railway tracks.
  • Tsurumi River/Kokudo Station - Tsurumiono Station
    Cross the Tsurumi River.
  • Tsurumi Line Office / Tsurumiono Station - Bentembashi Station
    Cars of the Tsurumi Line and Nambu Branch Line are detained here. Train Crews are also managed here.
  • Branch to Umi-Shibaura Branch Line/Bentembashi Station - Asano Station
  • Asahi Canal/Asano Station - Anzen Station
    Cross the Asahi Canal.
  • Freight Line/Anzen Station
    The tracks of the adjacent freight station are lined up. Tank freight trains transporting jet fuel arrive and depart.
  • Branch to Okawa branch line / Anzen Station - Musashi-Shiraishi Station
    Trains bound for Okawa turn right.
  • Light blue girder bridge / Anzen station - Musashi-Shiraishi station
    Entering Kawasaki City from Yokohama City.
  • Tracks parting to the right / Anzen Station - Musashi-Shiraishi Station
    The Okawa branch line separates to the right before Musashi-Shiraishi Station, but there is no platform at Musashi Shiraishi Station on the Okawa branch line.
  • Factory Zone/Musashi-Shiraishi Station - Hama-Kawasaki Station
    The train runs between factories and steel mills.
  • Freight Yard / Hama-Kawasaki Station - Showa Station
    The freight station is adjacent to the Tsurumi Line, so many freight lines are lined up.
  • Ougi Bridge / Hama-Kawasaki Station - Showa Station
    Cross the canal. It is a popular spot for night views of factories.
  • Freight Yard/Showa Station - Ogimachi Station
    Freight lines are lined up.
  • Surrounded by factories/Ogimachi Station
    Surrounded by power plants and factories. Showa and Ogimachi stations are surrounded by canals on all sides, and the stations are located on islands.
  • The line continues onward / Ogimachi Station
    The Tsurumi Line track ends at Ogimachi Station, but the freight line track on the right extends further into the factory area.

    ~Okawa Branch Line~
  • Running backwards on the up line/Anzen Station-Okawa Station
    After departing from Anzen Station, the train bound for Okawa runs in reverse on the up line of the main line until the Okawa branch line junction.
  • Large curve to the right / Anzen Station - Okawa Station
    On the right curve near Musashi Shiraishi Station, there used to be a platform for the Okawa branch line. The platform has been removed because current trains have longer cars and cannot safely stop at the platform.
  • Factory Zone/Anzen Station - Okawa Station
    Runs between factories and warehouses.
  • Okawa Bridge/Anzen Station - Okawa Station
    Cross the canal.
  • Station in a factory area/Okawa Station
    Because the station is surrounded by factories, only three trains arrive per day on weekends and holidays.

    ~Umi-Shibaura Branch Line~
  • Running alongside the canal / Asano Station - Umi-Shibaura Station
    The train runs along the side of the Asahi Canal.
  • Bridge over the canal / Shin-Shibaura Station - Umi-Shibaura Station
    The bridge in front of the right curve is the Tsurumi-Tsubasa Bridge on the Metropolitan Expressway Wangan Line.
  • Sea View Station/Umi-Shibaura Station
    The Keihin Canal stretches right next to the platform. As a station near the sea, it attracts not only factory commuters but also tourists.

Route information

  • Section: Tsurumi Line Outbound Tsurumi ⇒ Ogimachi, Umi-Shibaura, Okawa
  • Total length: 9.7 km
  • Number of Stations: 13
  • Security equipment: ATS-P

Train schedules that can be operated

  • Train Number:701
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Ogimachi
  • Section where you can drive: Tsurumi to Ogimachi
  • Type of train: Series 205-1100, 3 cars
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Tsurumi Line train crew depot

  • Train Number:705
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Umi-Shibaura
  • Section where you can drive: Tsurumi to Umi-Shibaura
  • Type of train: Series 205-1100, 3 cars
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Tsurumi Line train crew depot

  • Train Number:801
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Okawa
  • Section where you can drive: Tsurumi to Okawa
  • Type of train: Series 205-1100, 3 cars
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Tsurumi Line train crew depot

  • Train Number:1013
  • Type/Destination: Local train to Hama-Kawasaki
  • Section where you can drive: Tsurumi to Hama-Kawasaki
  • Type of train: Series 205-1100, 3 cars
  • Responsible for real voice train announcements: Tsurumi Line train crew depot
Supported Languages: Japanese, English

System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements:

Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i (6th generation) 4Cores or AMD Ryzen (1st generation) 4Cores
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series (VRAM 2GB)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 30 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: need resolution 1920×1080@60Hz,DirectX 11.3
Recommended System Requirements:

Recommended:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-6500 or AMD Ryzen 5 1400
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 30 GB available space

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