Keisei-Yawata Station

Keisei Yawata Station (京成八幡駅 Keisei Yawata-eki?) is a railway station operated by Keisei Electric Railway's Keisei Main Line located in Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture Japan. It is 19.1 kilometers from the terminus of the Keisei Main Line at Keisei-Ueno Station. The station is located near Motoyawata Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line.


Keisei Yawata Station was opened on November 3, 1915 as Shin-Yawata Station (新八幡駅 Shin-Yawata eki?). The original Yawata Station was located towards Onigoe Station and was closed on August 15, 1942. The station was renamed to its present name on November 1, 1942. Ichikawa Keisei Department Store opened at the station in 1963.The store closed in 2007 as part of the JR Motoyawata Station re-development project.



Keisei Yawata Station has a single island platform connected via an overpass to an elevated station building.


1 Keisei Main Line For Keisei-TakasagoNipporiKeisei-Ueno
2 Keisei Main Line For Keisei-TsudanumaChiharadaiKeisei-Narita

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Keisei Main Line
Keisei-Takasago   Rapid Limited Express (快特)   Keisei-Funabashi
Keisei-Takasago   Limited Express (特急)   Keisei-Funabashi
Keisei-Takasago   Commuter Rapid (通勤快速)   Keisei-Funabashi
Keisei-Koiwa   Rapid (快速)   Higashi-Nakayama
Keisei-Koiwa   Airport Rapid (エアポート快速)   Higashi-Nakayama
Sugano   Local (普通)   Onigoe

External links

  • (Japanese) Keisei Station layout

Coordinates: 35°43′26″N 139°55′41″E / 35.723865°N 139.928060°E / 35.723865; 139.928060

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