(See other stations in Saitama)
|Neighborhood etc.||2-4-1 Namiki|
|Line(s)||Seibu Shinjuku Line|
|Statistics||27,450 passengers/day (FY2010)|
|Small bus terminal at this station|
Kōkū-kōen Station is served by the Seibu Shinjuku Line between Seibu Shinjuku Station in Tokyo and Hon-Kawagoe Station in Kawagoe, and is located 30.5 km from the Seibu Shinjuku terminus. All trains except Koedo limited express and Commuter express services stop at this station.
Kōkū-kōen Station has two entrances, east and west, with the ticket vending on the third level.
The exterior of whole three-storied station building is designed to look like a "Henri Farman" biplane, 1910's Farman III, which is the first official powered aircraft in Japan, the clock, above the entrance, as its propeller, and was selected as 100 Train Stations in Kantō by MLIT in 1998.
Several stores, such as Henri Farman Bakery & Cafe, Hōrindō Book store, and Senba21 Supermarket, are located in the station building.
|1||■Seibu Shinjuku Line||for Hon-Kawagoe|
|2||■Seibu Shinjuku Line||for Tokorozawa and Seibu Shinjuku|
|Seibu Shinjuku Line|
|Koedo limited express: no stop|
|Commuter express: no stop|
The station opened on 28 May 1987.
In fiscal 2010, the station was used by an average of 27,450 passengers daily.
To the east of the station is:
- Tokorozawa Aviation Museum and Kōkū-kōen Park
- YS-11 (Retired aircraft on display)
- Tokorozawa City Hall (local government office building)
- Tokorozawa Central Post Office
- Tokorozawa Police Station
- Tokorozawa Public Employment Security Office
- Tokorozawa Labor Standards Inspection Office
- Tokorozawa District Public Prosecutor's office
- Tokorozawa Tax office
- Saitama District Legal Affairs Bureau, Tokorozawa Branch
- Tokorozawa City Library
- National Defense Medical College
- National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities (NRCD)
- Environmental Investigation Laboratory
- Child Guidance Clinic
- TEPCO Tokyo Office
- Tokyo Aeronautical Traffic Control Center
- Tokorozawa Summary Court
- Tokorozawa Civic Cultural Centre Muse (concert hall complex)
To the west of the station is:
- Tokorozawa Public Health Center
- Tokorozawa City Water Works Office
- Tokorozawa City Fire Department
- Heartia Tokorozawa (cultural hall, in Moto-machi, opened in spring 2010)
- Tokorozawa Shimmei-sha Shrine
- "各駅のご案内: 航空公園駅" [Station Information: Kōkū-kōen Station] (in Japanese). Japan: Seibu Railway. Retrieved 13 July 2012.
- Terada, Hirokazu (July 2002). データブック日本の私鉄 [Databook: Japan's Private Railways]. Japan: Neko Publishing. p. 202. ISBN 4-87366-874-3.
- Stores in the Kōkū-kōen Station building (Japanese)
- "駅別乗降人員 2010（平成22）年度 1日平均" [Passenger usage statistics by station (Fiscal 2010)] (pdf) (in Japanese). Japan: Seibu Railway. Retrieved 13 July 2012.
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- Kōkū-kōen Station information (Seibu Railway) (Japanese)
- Kōkū-kōen Station information (Saitama Prefectural Government) (Japanese)