@nsd Ressha (列車) literally means a string of cars, in other words a train (any type of train.) Densha (電車) is an electric train. There's also kisha (汽車), steam train. So densha and kisha are basically different types of ressha. The word ressha is mainly used by railway companies. Most people say densha nowadays, since most trains are powered by electricity.
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