Kitaōji Station

Kitaōji Station (北大路駅 Kitaōji-eki?, station number: K04) is a train station on the Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line in Kita-ku, Kyoto, Japan.

Layout

This station has an island platform with two tracks under Karasuma Street.

1 Karasuma Line for Kyoto, Takeda and Kintetsu Nara
2 Karasuma Line for Kitayama and Kokusaikaikan

Surroundings

  • Kitaōji Town
    • Kyoto City Kitaōji Bus Terminal
    • Kyoto North Hall
    • Kitaoji Vivre
  • Otani University
  • Ritsumeikan Primary School
  • Kyoto Botanical Garden

Kyoto City Kitaōji Bus Terminal

  • Bus Platform A for Kyoto Sangyo University
    • Route 北3 for Kamigamo Shrine and Kyoto Sangyo University
    • Non-stop buses to Kyoto Sangyo University
  • Bus Platform B for Higashiyama Street and Takano
  • Bus Platform C for Kawaramachi Street
  • Bus Platform D for Takano and Shugakuin-michi
    • Route 北8 for Takano and Shugakuin-michi
  • Bus Platform E for Sembon Kitaoji and Bukkyo University
    • Route 1 for Daitoku-ji and Bukkyo University
    • Extra route for Bukkyo University
    • Route 北1 for Bukkyo University and Gentaku
    • Route 37 for Nishigamo Depot via Horikawa Street
    • Route 特37 for Omiya Kotsu-koen and Nishigamo Depot
  • Bus Platform F for Sembon and Nishioji
    • Route 101 Raku Bus for Daitoku-ji, Kinkaku-ji, Kitano Tenman-gu, Nijo Castle and Kyoto Station
    • Route 102 Raku Bus for Daitoku-ji, Kinkaku-ji, Kitano Tenman-gu and Ginkaku-ji
    • Route 205 for Daitoku-ji, Kinkaku-ji, Nishinokyo Emmachi, Nishioji Nanajo and Kyoto Station
    • Route M1 for Haradani
    • Route M1 for Ritsumeikan University
    • Route 北8 for Bukkyo University and Matsugasaki
  • Bus Platform G for Sembon and Nishioji
    • Route 204 for Kinkaku-ji and Nishinokyo Emmachi via Kitaoji Street
    • Route 206 for Daitoku-ji and Kyoto Station via Sembon Street

Kitaōji-ekimae Bus Stop

  • Kyoto City Bus
    • Route 1 for Demachiyanagi / for Bukkyo University
    • Route 37 for Shijo Kawaramachi and Sanjo Keihan / for Kitaoji Bus Terminal and Nishigamo Depot
    • Route 204 for Takano and Ginkaku-ji
    • Route 205 for Rakuhoku High School / for Kinkaku-ji
    • Route 206 for Chion-in, Gion, Kiyomizu-dera and Kyoto Station via Higashiyama Street
    • Route 北3 for Kyoto Sangyo University
    • Route 北8 for Takano and Shugakuin-michi
  • Kyoto Bus
    • Route 30 and Express Route 36 for Demachiyanagi via Izumojibashi
    • Route 32 for Hirogawara via Kibuneguchi, Kurama and Hanasetoge / for Demachiyanagi via Takanobashi-higashizume
    • Route 34 for Shizuhara and Shiroyama via Kyoto Sangyo University / for Demachiyanagi via Takanobashi-higashizume
    • Route 35 for Ichihara via Kyoto Sangyo University / for Demachiyanagi via Takanobashi-higashizume
    • Route 37 for Kumogahara and Iwayabashi via Hiragino / for Demachiyanagi via Takanobashi-higashizume
    • Route 45 for Kyoto Station via Karasuma Street / for Iwakura-Muramatsu via Rakuhoku University and Midorogaike
    • Route 46 for Iwakura-Muramatsu via Rakuhoku University and Midorogaike

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line (K04)
Kitayama (K03) - Kuramaguchi (K05)

Coordinates: 35°02′42″N 135°45′32″E / 35.0449°N 135.7589°E / 35.0449; 135.7589

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