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Yamadagawa Station

Yamadagawa Station
Prefecture Kyoto
(See other stations in Kyoto)
District Soraku
Town Seika
Neighborhood etc. 3-1, Ōaza Yamada Koaza Shimokawara
Coordinates 34°44′15″N 135°47′37″E / 34.737444°N 135.793694°E / 34.737444; 135.793694Coordinates: 34°44′15″N 135°47′37″E / 34.737444°N 135.793694°E / 34.737444; 135.793694

Postal code 619-0231
(in Japanese) 京都府相楽郡精華町大字山田小字下河原3-1
Year opened 1928
Rail services
Operator(s) Kintetsu Corporation
Line(s) Kyoto
Statistics 4,290 passengers/day (9 November, 2010)
There is a bus stop near this station

Yamadagawa Station (山田川駅 Yamadagawa-eki?) is a railway station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line in Seika, Kyoto, Japan.

Kintetsu Kyoto Line



The station has 2 platforms and 2 tracks.


1 Kintetsu Kyoto Line Southbound (For Yamato-Saidaiji, Nara, Tenri, and Kashiharajingu-mae)
2 Kintetsu Kyoto Line Northbound (For Shin-Tanabe, Kintetsu Tambabashi, Takeda, and Kyoto)

Around the Station

  • Route 163
  • Welca
  • Yamadasō Post office


  • 1928 - The Station opens when Nara Electric Railway Momoyamagoryo-mae to Saidaji open
  • 1963 - NER merges with Kintetsu
  • 2007 - Starts using PiTaPa

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kintetsu Kyoto Line
Express (急行): no stop
Kizugawadai   Local (普通)   Takanohara
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