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Ōkubo Station (Kyoto)

Template:Infobox japan station Ōkubo Station (大久保駅 Ōkubo-eki?) is a railway station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line in the city of Uji, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.



The station has two platforms serving four tracks.

1, 2 Kyoto Line for Shin-Tanabe Yamato-Saidaiji, Nara, Tenri and Kashiharajingu-mae
Change trains at Yamato-Saidaiji for Osaka Namba
Change trains at Kashiharajingu-mae for Yoshino
3, 4 Kyoto Line for Tambabashi, Kyoto and Kokusaikaikan


  • 1928 - The station opens as a station of Nara Electric Railroad
  • 1963 - NER merges and the station becomes part of Kintetsu
  • 1987 - The station becomes elevated
  • 2007 - Starts using PiTaPa

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kintetsu Kyoto Line
Momoyamagoryō-mae   Express (急行)   Shin-Tanabe
Iseda   Semi-Express (準急)   Kutsukawa
Iseda   Local (普通)   Kutsukawa


Coordinates: 34°52′28″N 135°46′37″E / 34.87444°N 135.77694°E / 34.87444; 135.77694

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