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Shin-Sapporo Station

Shin Sapporo Station
Station building
Prefecture Hokkaido
(See other stations in Hokkaido)
City Sapporo
Ward Atsubetsu
Year opened 1973
Rail services
Station number(s) H05 (JR Hokkaido)
T19 (Subway)
Operator(s) JR Hokkaido,
Sapporo Municipal Subway
Line(s) Chitose Line,
Tōzai Line

Shin-Sapporo Station (新札幌駅 Shin-Sapporo-eki?) is a railway station in Atsubetsu-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, operated by the Hokkaido Railway Company (JR Hokkaido) and the Sapporo Municipal Subway. The JR Hokkaido station number is H05, while the Sapporo Municipal Subway station number is T19. The name of the Sapporo Municipal Subway station is written "新さっぽろ駅", to differentiate it from the JR Hokkaido station.


JR Hokkaido

1 Chitose Line for Minami-Chitose, Tomakomai, Higashi-Muroran, Hakodate
  Sekishō Line for Obihiro, Kushiro
2 Chitose Line for Sapporo
  Sekishō Line for Sapporo

Tōzai Line

1 Tōzai Line (Terminal Station)
2 Tōzai Line for Miyanosawa

Adjacent stations

JR Hokkaido

« Service »
Chitose Line
Kitahiroshima Rapid Sapporo
Kami-Nopporo Local Heiwa

Sapporo Municipal Subway

« Service »
Tōzai Line
Hibarigaoka - Terminus

Surrounding area

  • National Route 12
  • Sapporo Atsubetsu Ward Office
  • Atsubetsu Ward Gymnasium
  • Atsubetsu Shin-Sapporo Police Station
  • Atsubetsu Postal Office
  • Bus Station Shin-Sapporo
  • Sapporo Science Center
  • Sunpiazza Shopping Center
  • Sunpiazza Aquarium
  • Daiei, supermarket
  • Sheraton Sapporo Hotel
  • Sapporo Shinkin Bank, Shin-Sapporo
  • North Pacific Bank, Shin Sapporo Atsubetsu-Chuo
  • Hokkaido Bank, Shin Sapporo

External links

  • Shin-Sapporo JR Hokkaido map
  • Sapporo Subway Stations

Coordinates: 43°02′20″N 141°28′21″E / 43.0387833°N 141.4724708°E / 43.0387833; 141.4724708

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