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Sakura Station (Chiba)

For the station of Keisei Electric Railway, see Keisei-Sakura Station.

Sakura Station (佐倉駅 Sakura-eki?) is a railway station on the Sōbu Main Line and Narita Line in Sakura, Chiba, Japan, operated by the East Japan Railway Company (JR East).

Lines

Station layout

Sakura Station is an elevated station, built over two island platforms.

Platforms

1 Sōbu Main Line for Yachimata, Narutō, Yōkaichiba, and Chōshi
2 Narita Line for Narita, Narita Airport, Sawara, and Kashima-Jingu
3 Sōbu Main Line for Chiba, Funabashi, and Tokyo
4 Narita Line for Chiba, Funabashi, and Tokyo

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Sōbu Main Line
Yotsukaidō Commuter Rapid Terminus
Monoi Rapid Terminus
Monoi Local Minami-Shisui
Narita Line
Terminus Local Shisui

History

Sakura Station was opened on July 20, 1894 as a terminal station on the Sōbu Railway Company.

A new station building was completed in December 1985. The station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of the Japanese National Railways (JNR) on April 1, 1987.

External links

  • Sakura Station information (JR East) (Japanese)

Coordinates: 35°42′35.02″N 140°13′33.77″E / 35.7097278°N 140.2260472°E / 35.7097278; 140.2260472

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