The Kintetsu 1026 series is based on the 1020 series and has been manufactured for the Kyoto and Nara lines since 1993. Six 4-car trains and three 6-car trains were manufactured using VVVF control and bolsterless bogies.
The "Narashika Train" is fully wrapped with an original illustration drawn by illustrator "Gemi" based on the image of Nara's scenery and deer.
Based on the 6000 series, the Hankyu 7000 series is the largest group in Hankyu, with 210 cars manufactured from 1980 (Showa 55) to 1988 (Showa 63). The initial production car had a steel body, but many groups that were manufactured later had an aluminum body, and there are differences in form depending on the time of manufacture.
"Tsudoi" appeared in 2013 (Heisei 25) by remodeling the 2000 series according to the Shikinen Sengu of Ise Jingu. Initially, it was operated as a sightseeing train mainly between Ise City and Kashikojima, and the car body was painted with colorful illustrations of the attractions of Ise Jingu, Ise, Toba, and Shima.
In 2018 (Heisei 30), the interior and exterior were renewed, such as changing the paint color to brown and installing footbath facilities inside the car. In addition to being operated mainly between Kintetsu Nagoya and Yunoyama Onsen from July of the same year, it is also active as a group special train on the Kintetsu line.

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