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|Neighborhood etc.||Kameari 3-chōme|
The station is served by the Jōban Line.
There is an island platform with two tracks for local services. The express (rapid) tracks run parallel to the local tracks but do not have platform at this station.
|1||■Jōban Line (Local)||Matsudo ・ Kashiwa ・ Abiko ・ Toride|
|2||■Jōban Line (Local)||Kita-Senju ・ (via Chiyoda Line Nishi-Nippori ・ Yoyogi-Uehara|
The station opened on 17 May 1897.
Around the station
The koban located at the north entrance of the train station is known as a model of a koban in Osamu Akimoto's long-run manga Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo. The police cartoon stages in Kameari area where the train station is situated. As a tribute to the cartoon, two statues of the officer Kankichi Ryotsu, the main character of the series, were placed near north and south entrances of the train station in 2006.
- Kameari Station (JR East) (Japanese)
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