Akasaka Station (Fukuoka)

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Akasaka Station
赤坂駅
Akasaka FukuokaSubway.jpg
Exit 1
Location
Prefecture Fukuoka
(See other stations in Fukuoka)
City Fukuoka
Ward Chūō
History
Opened 1981
Rail services
Operator(s) Fukuoka City Subway
Line(s) Kūkō Line

Akasaka Station (赤坂駅 Akasaka-eki?) is a railway station in Chūō-ku, Fukuoka in Japan. Its station symbol is a track and field athlete in red, in connection with the annual Fukuoka Marathon, which starts and finishes at Heiwadai athletic stadium, located 600 m from this station.

Lines[edit]

Akasaka Station is served by the Fukuoka City Subway Kūkō Line

Tracks[edit]

1  Kūkō Line for Tenjin, Hakata, Fukuokakūkō (Airport), and Kaizuka
2  Kūkō Line for Meinohama, Chikuzen-Maebaru, and Karatsu

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Kūkō Line
Ōhorikōen - Tenjin

History[edit]

The station opened on 26 July 1981.

Surrounding area[edit]

  • Fukuoka Central District Office
  • Fukuoka Transportation Bureau
  • Maizuru Park
  • Korokan Ruins, Exhibition Hall (formerly Heiwadai baseball stadium)
  • Fukuoka Castle
  • Heiwadai Athleic Stadium
  • Fukuoka High Court
  • Fukuoka District Court
  • Fukuoka Legal Affairs Bureau
  • Fukuoka Public Prosecutors Office
  • Fukuoka Central Employment Office
  • Central City Health Center
  • Fukuoka City Civic Center
  • Fukuoka Central Fish Wholesale Market

References[edit]


Coordinates: 33°35′21″N 130°23′28″E / 33.589117°N 130.390978°E / 33.589117; 130.390978