Hanazono Station (花園駅 Hanazono-eki) is a train station in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan. The station (and surrounding neighborhood) are named for Emperor Hanazono, who had a palace in the area, now the Myōshin-ji temple complex.
Just to the north and east is the major temple complex of Myōshin-ji, and the affiliated Hanazono University (to the east, actually closer to Emmachi Station).
The elevated station has an island platform with two tracks. Track No. 1 is for trains bound for Kyoto and Track No. 2 is for trains bound for Kameoka and Sonobe.
Adjacent stations 
|West Japan Rail Company Sagano Line
|Rapid: no stop
Coordinates: 35°1′7.01″N 135°43′4.01″E / 35.0186139°N 135.7177806°E