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Kunugiyama Station

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Kunugiyama Station

Kunugiyama Station (くぬぎ山駅 Kunugiyama-eki?) is a railway station operated by Shin-Keisei Electric Railway's Shin-Keisei Line located in Kamagaya, Chiba Prefecture Japan. It is 9.6 kilometers from the terminus of the Shin-Keisei Line at Matsudo Station. The headquarters of Shin-Keisei Electric Railway as well as the rolling stock maintenance facility are also near the station.


Kunugiyama Station was opened on April 21, 1955.



Kunugiyama Station has a single island platform, with an elevated station building. The station is equipped with ticket vending machines and automatic ticket gates.


1 Shin-Keisei Line For Shin-Kamagaya, Shin-Tsudanuma, Keisei Tsudanuma
2 Shin-Keisei Line For Yabashira, Matsudo

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Shin-Keisei Line
Motoyama - Kita-Hatsutomi

External links

  • (Japanese) Shin Keisei Railway Station information

Coordinates: 35°46′57″N 139°58′32″E / 35.7826°N 139.9755°E / 35.7826; 139.9755

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