(See other stations in Kanagawa)
|Operator(s)||Hakone Tozan Railway|
|Line(s)||Hakone Tozan Cable Car|
|There is a bus stop near this station|
Kōen-Kami Station (公園上駅 Kōen-Kami-eki?) is a funicular railway station on the Hakone Tozan Cable Car Line in the town of Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is 0.48 rail kilometers from the Hakone Tozan Cable Car Line's terminus at Gōra Station.
Kōen-Kami Station opened on December 1, 1921 with the opening of the Hakone Tozan Cable Car Line. It was named after "the upside of Gora Park".
Kōen -Kami Station has two opposed side platforms serving a single track. The station is unattended.
|Kōen-Shimo||Hakone Tozan Cable Car||Naka-Gōra|
- Bus stop "Hakone bijutsukan (Hakone Art Museum)" near this station (Hakone Tozan Bus).
- for Gora Station, Hakone Open-Air Museum, Kowaki-en, Yunessun 
- for Pola Museum of Art, The Little Prince and Saint-Exupéry Museum, Senkyoro-mae (transfer for Togendai (Lake Ashi)), Hakone Venetian Glass Museum, Sengoku (transfer for JR Gotemba Station and Shinjuku Station), Hakone Botanical Garden of Wetlands, Lalique Museum, Otome Toge, and Gotemba Premium Outlets 
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