After being introduced in the JNR era and undergoing reorganization, the 117 series JR Tokai color was commercialized after 1994, when the orange belt became the appearance of one after JR.
The 117 series, which had nine 6-car trains in the Nagoya area at the end of the Japanese National Railways, had a new lead car in 1986 to improve transportation capacity, and the trains were rearranged to form 4-car trains x 18 trains. It became a family.
After privatization, it was inherited by JR Central, and in 1989 it was changed to a white body with an orange band, and after 1994, painting was simplified.
In 2009, one train was reprinted in a brown belt revival color (painted by JNR).
- Consists of powered car
- Working head and tail lights
- DCC Friendly