Keihan (京阪)

Keihan

The word "Keihan" means Kyoto City and Osaka City.
In some cases, Keihan includes the following regions:

Moriguchi City, Kadoma City, Neyagawa City, Daito City, Shijonawate City, Katano City, and Hirakata City in Osaka Prefecture, mostly on the left side of the Yodo-gawa River, between Kyoto City and Osaka City (seven cities in the Kitakawachi area).

Keihan may include Yawata City, Uji City, Kumiyama-cho in Kuse-gun, Joyo City, Kyotanabe City, Tsuzuki-gun, Kizukawa City, and Soraku-gun in Kyoto Prefecture, but in general, these areas are called the Yamashiro area.

Keihan may also include Suita City, Settsu City, Ibaraki City, Takatsuki City, Shimamoto-cho in Mishima-gun (Osaka Prefecture), Oyamazaki-cho in Otokuni-gun, Nagaokakyo City, and Muko City, but generally, the areas in Osaka Prefecture are called either the Hokusetsu area or Mishima-gun (Osaka Prefecture) while those in Kyoto Prefecture are called the Otokuni-gun area.

The word "Keihan" means Keihan Electric Railway, a private railroad connecting Kyoto City with Osaka City. In general, the word 'Keihan' more often refers to Keihan Electric Railway and each company in the Keihan Group centering on the railroad company than the names of the areas mentioned above. See the article on Keihan Electric Railway or the Keihan Group for details.

The word "Keihan" means the characteristics of pronunciation in the dialect. It is the abbreviation for the Keihan accent.

The word "Keihan" means the Keihan National Highway. It also means the Second Keihan Highway.