Itsukaichi Station

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This article is about the JR station in Hiroshima. For the nearby Hiroden station, see Hiroden-itsukaichi Station. For the JR station in Tokyo, see Musashi-Itsukaichi Station.
Itsukaichi Station
五日市駅
Location
Prefecture Hiroshima
(See other stations in Hiroshima)
City Hiroshima
Ward Saeki
Neighborhood etc. 13-1, Itsukaichiekimae 1-chōme
Coordinates 34°22′01″N 132°22′05″E / 34.366917°N 132.368136°E / 34.366917; 132.368136Coordinates: 34°22′01″N 132°22′05″E / 34.366917°N 132.368136°E / 34.366917; 132.368136
Postal code 731-5125
(in Japanese) 広島市佐伯区五日市駅前一丁目13-1
History
Year opened 1889
Rail services
Operator(s) JR West
Line(s) San'yō Main Line
Statistics 12,806 passengers/day 2009
Aiga bus inv.svg There is a bus stop near this station

Itsukaichi Station (五日市駅 Itsukaichi-eki?) is a JR station on JR Sanyō Main Line in Itsukaichi-ekimae, Saeki-ku, Hiroshima. The station connects to Hiroden-itsukaichi Station on the Hiroden Lines.


Platforms[edit]

1 San'yō Main Line To Hiroshima, Saijō, Mihara, connection to Kure Line
2 San'yō Main Line To Hiroshima for trains turning back and San'yō Main Line for Iwakuni once per day
3 San'yō Main Line To Miyajimaguchi, Iwakuni, Tokuyama

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
JR West
Sanyō Main Line
Shin-Inokuchi   Rapid Service   Miyauchikushido
Shin-Inokuchi   Local   Hatsukaichi

Connecting bus routes[edit]

Hiroden Bus[edit]

  • From "Itsukaichi Station North-exit Bus Stop", there are Hiroden Bus routes.
    • "Higashi-kannon-dai - Itsukaichi Station North-exit"
    • "Fujinoki - Itsukaichi Station North-exit"
    • "Numata High-school - Itsukaichi Station North-exit"
    • "Ishiuchi By-pass via"
    • "Unten-mankyo Center - Ishiuchi By-pass via"
    • Ishiuchi old road via"
    • "Misuzu-gaoka High-school - Itsukaichi Station North-exit"
    • "Yamada-danchi - Itsukaichi Station North-exit"
  • From "Itsukaichi Station South-exit Bus Stop", there are Hiroden Bus routes.
    • "Higashi-kannon-dai - Itsukaichi Station South-exit"
    • "Fujinoki - Hatchobori Night Bus Route"
    • "Yuki - Itsukaichi Station South-exit"
    • "Yuki, Suginami-dai - Itsukaichi Station South-exit"

History[edit]

  • Opened on December 8, 1899.

External links[edit]