The Eizan Cable (叡山ケーブル Eizan Kēburu), officially the Cable Line (鋼索線 Kōsaku-sen), is Japanese funicular line in Sakyō, Kyōto, Kyōto, operated by Keifuku Electric Railroad. The line opened in 1925, as a western route to Enryaku-ji, a famous temple on Mount Hiei. The line has 561 m vertical interval, the largest in the country.

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  • The Eizan Cable (叡山ケーブル Eizan Kēburu), officially the Cable Line (鋼索線 Kōsaku-sen), is Japanese funicular line in Sakyō, Kyōto, Kyōto, operated by Keifuku Electric Railroad. The line opened in 1925, as a western route to Enryaku-ji, a famous temple on Mount Hiei. The line has 561 m vertical interval, the largest in the country. (en)
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