Koi-Yamagata Station

Koi-Yamagata Station
恋山形駅
Koi-Yamagata Station, August 2008
Location
Prefecture Tottori
(See other stations in Tottori)
District Yazu
Town Chizu
History
Year opened 1994
Rail services
Operator(s) Chizu Express
Line(s) Chizu Express Chizu Line

Koi-Yamagata Station (恋山形駅 Koiyamagata-eki?) is a railway station on the Chizu Express Chizu Line in Chizu, Yazu District, Tottori, Japan, operated by the third sector semi-public railway operator Chizu Express.

Lines

Koi-Yamagata Station is served by the 56.1 km Chizu Express Chizu Line from Kamigōri to Chizu, and lies 50.0 km from Kamigōri.[1]

Station layout

The station consists of two side platforms with simple shelter facilities for passengers.

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Chizu Express Chizu Line
Yamasato Local Chizu

History

Koi-Yamagata Station opened on 3 December 1994.[1]

On 9 June 2013, the station shelters and fences were repainted in vivid pink with heart-shaped station signs, connected with the word "Koi" (love) in the station's name.[2]

Surrounding area

References

External links

  • Koi-Yamagata Station information (Japanese)


Coordinates: 35°15′20″N 134°16′44″E / 35.2556°N 134.2790°E / 35.2556; 134.2790

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