How to get on Randen (Keifuku Electric Railway Arashiyama Line)

The Arashiyama Main Line is a track line of Keifuku Electric Railway that runs from Shijo-Omiya Station in Shimogyo-ku to Arashiyama Station in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture. Together with the Kitano Line, it is called the Arashiyama Line, commonly known as Randen.

The Arashiyama Line is a tourist route to Arashiyama and other sightseeing spots in the Rakusai area, and also provides access to the busy Shijo Dori shopping district.

How to ride the Randen

Randen is operated by one-man cars

The fare is the same
220 yen for adults and 110 yen for children.

If you want to change the Randen line and Kitano line at
Arashiyama-moto line and Kitano line at Katabashi-Tsuji
the same fare.
When transferring, please get on the next train
Please get on the next train.

You can board from the front or rear door.
Fare is paid later.

If you want Whole Japan Rail Pass, first make a ticket reservation!
If you have a discount coupon, you can make a reservation and purchase tickets online at a discount price.

Buy discount Tickets

Randen/Sagano Free Ticket

Fees, scope of use, special offers, and locations of sale.

1 day pass
Adult 800 yen, Child 400 yen

Kyoto Subway Randen 1-day Ticket

Unlimited Randen and Subway (Karasuma Line and Tozai Line)
and Subway (Karasuma Line and Tozai Line) for one day!
Sightseeing spots along the Randen and subway lines
(Nijo Castle, Heian Shrine, Nanzenji Temple, Daigoji Temple, etc.)
You can enjoy sightseeing in the city without worrying about traffic jams.
This is a great value ticket for sightseeing in the city without worrying about traffic jams.

Adult only 1-day ticket Adult 1,100 yen

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