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Ligne Hachinohe

JR East Train Simulator (Guide Français) Les Lignes

Présentation La ligne Hachinohe relie la gare de Hachinohe dans la ville de Hachinohe, préfecture d'Aomori, à la gare de Kuji dans la ville de Kuji, préfecture d'Iwate. La ligne a été ouverte pour la première fois en 1894 entre la gare de Shiriuchi (aujourd...

Introduction

JR East Train Simulator (English guide)

About this simulator Ongakukan and JR East have teamed up to bring you a simulator that has a wealth of experience in train driving simulators. You can experience the professional simulator actually used by JR East drivers for training at home. East Japan Rail...

Main Menu

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Simulator's Interface

The uncluttered main menu provides access to the essentials. It provides access to the following items: Settings : Accesses the simulator settings screen. Drive: Accesses driving simulation Shut Down: Exit the simulator E/J: Press to open the simulator man...

Settings

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Simulator's Interface

The settings screen lets you modify several elements of the simulator, to increase realism or make it more accessible. It is divided into 4 tabs. Press "D" to restore default values. And by pressing "M", you can replay the introductory video. System This sc...

Line selection and setup

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Simulator's Interface

Line selection After selecting "Drive" on the main screen, the line selection screen appears. This screen lists the lines that can be played and those available for purchase (grayed out). The basic set contains these 4 lines: Kehin-Tohoku / Negishi line (com...

Simulator screen

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Simulator's Interface

Interface elements The simulator screen contains multiples information. The area at top right contains various information that can be hidden in the settings. From top to bottom: Current time Time remaining to next stop. (STA) Next station name and s...

Commands

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Simulator's Interface

Here are the different controls available in the simulator. Mouse Wheel click: Return to neutral position Wheel up: Reduce acceleration / Increase braking Wheel down: Increase acceleration / Decrease braking Keyboard Trains with a single handle (e.g....

Train driving basics

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Train driving

The train is driven by operating the gearshift (the easiest way is to use the mouse wheel). This allows you to accelerate (speed beginning with P), brake (speed beginning with B) or neutral (speed N). Some trains also have a level between neutral (N) and the f...

Realistic driving

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Train driving

When you're new to the simulator, having as many indications and automated mechanisms as possible allows you to get to grips with its basic principle. Ideally, however, you should be able to make lines with as few indications and automated mechanisms as possi...

Safety Systems

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Train driving

Note : pressing the "ATS Reset" or alarm stop buttons is not necessary if "ATS Brake Reset" is set to automatic in the settings. The same applies to the "ATS Confirmation" button, if "ATS Confirmation" is set to automatic. ATS-S The ATS-S is one of the first...

Others features

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) Train driving

Slow advance / Inching Used to correct the stop position in stations equipped with landing doors and the TASC system. (e.g. Yamanote line) In stations where the TASC system is installed, if the train is not correctly positioned in front of the platform doors (...

Keihin-Tohoku / Negishi Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Keihin-Tōhoku line is a railway line in Japan's JR East network. It connects Ōmiya in Saitama Prefecture, Tokyo and Yokohama. The line, inaugurated in 1914, has been operating for over 100 years. The line runs parallel to the JR Yamanote li...

Tokaido Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Tokaido Line was Japan's first railroad line, including the line between Shimbashi and Yokohama, which opened in 1872. It is known as one of Japan's most famous lines connecting Tokyo to Yokohama, Nagoya, Kyoto, and Osaka, and since the Toka...

Chūō Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Chuo Line Rapid Service one of the major commuter lines in the Tokyo metropolitan area, connecting the Tama area, a bedroom community spreading in the western part of Tokyo, with Shinjuku, the world's largest terminal station, and the office...

Oito Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Oito Line is a 105.4 km long line connecting Matsumoto Station in Nagano Prefecture to Itoigawa Station in Niigata Prefecture. The 70.1 km route between Matsumoto Station and Minami-Kotani Station, which is under the jurisdiction of JR East,...

Saikyo-Kawagoe Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Saikyo and Kawagoe Lines are one of the major commuter lines in the Tokyo metropolitan area, running from Osaki Station via Omiya Station to Kawagoe Station. From Osaki Station, the lines provide direct service to the Tokyo Waterfront Area R...

Senseki Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Senseki Line is a 49.0 km long line connecting Sendai City in the central part of Miyagi Prefecture and Ishinomaki City in the northeast, and is the only DC electrified line in the Tohoku region. Like the Saikyo Line, ATACS is used in some s...

Keiyo Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Keiyo Line, which opened in 1990, is a relatively young line within JR East, connecting Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, with Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture. Except for the underground section between Tokyo Station and Etchujima Station, the entire line is...

Yamanote Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Yamanote Line runs in a circle around the center of Tokyo for 34.5 km, taking 59 minutes, and is one of the major lines in the Tokyo metropolitan area, connecting huge terminal stations with world-class passengers. It runs parallel to the Ke...

Joban Line

JR East Train Simulator (English guide) The Lines

Introducing The Joban Line runs from Ueno Station in Taito-ku, Tokyo, to Sendai Station in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, via Chiba, Ibaraki, and Fukushima prefectures, and is the longest line among JR lines not named "Main Line. Until now, the Joban Line ...