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Here's the 2nd half of cheaper private rail companies.
(If you missed what this tip is about pls read "Riding JR trains without JR PASS 1")

Kinki:

Kintetsu (approx. 570 km)
http://www.kintetsu.co.jp/
The largest private railway company. Kintetsu operates an extensive railway network in the southern Kinki region, serving Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Ise and Nagoya.

Nankai (approx. 170 km)
http://www.nankai.co.jp/
Nankai operates a network of railway lines in southern Osaka and Wakayama Prefecture. Interest for tourists: Access to Kansai Airport and Koyasan.

Hankyu (approx. 150 km)
http://rail.hankyu.co.jp/
Hankyu operates several lines in northern Osaka and connects Osaka with Kobe and Kyoto.

Keihan (approx. 90 km)
http://www.keihan.co.jp/
Keihan operates one main line, connecting Osaka with Kyoto and several shorter lines.

Hanshin (approx. 50 km)
http://rail.hanshin.co.jp/
Hanshin operates one main line between Osaka and Kobe, and a few short branch lines.

Kyushu:

Nishitetsu (approx. 120 km)
http://www.nishitetsu.co.jp/
Nishitetsu operates a network of railway lines in Fukuoka Prefecture around the city of Fukuoka. Interest for tourists: Access to Dazaifu.

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