Katsunuma-budōkyō Station

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Katsunuma-budōkyō Station
Katsunuma-budōkyō Station.jpg
Katsunuma-budōkyō Station
Prefecture Yamanashi
(See other stations in Yamanashi)
City Kōshū
Neighborhood etc. 3052, Katsunuma-cho Hishiyama
Coordinates 35°40′21″N 138°44′35″E / 35.672447°N 138.742992°E / 35.672447; 138.742992Coordinates: 35°40′21″N 138°44′35″E / 35.672447°N 138.742992°E / 35.672447; 138.742992
Postal code 409-1302
(in Japanese) 山梨県甲州市勝沼町菱山3052
Year opened 1913
Former name Katsunuma Station
Present name since 1993
Rail services
Operator(s) JR East
Line(s) Chūō Main Line
Statistics 427 passengers/day 2010
Aiga bus inv.svg There is a bus stop near this station

Katsunuma-budōkyō Station (勝沼ぶどう郷駅 Katsunuma-budōkyō-eki?) is a railway station of Chūō Main Line, East Japan Railway Company (JR East), in Katsunuma-Hishiyama, in the city of Kōshū, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan.

This station is located near the Ōhikage Tunnel, built in 1903. The station is located 112.5 rail kilometers from Tokyo Station.


Katsunuma-budōkyō Station has a single island platform.

1 Chūō Main Line for Enzan, Kōfu, Kobuchizawa and Matsumoto
2 Chūō Main Line for Ōtsuki, Takao, Hachiōji and Tachikawa


The station opened as Katsunuma Station (勝沼駅 Katsunuma-eki?) on April 8, 1913 on the Japanese Government Railways (JGR) Chūō Main Line. The station had served as Ōhikage Signal Stop (大日影信号所 Ōhikage shingōsho?) for one week, from April 1, before it started the passenger and freight services. The JGR became the JNR (Japanese National Railways) after the end of World War II. A new two-story station building was completed in October 1980. With the dissolution and privatization of the JNR on April 1, 1987, the station came under the control of the East Japan Railway Company. The station was named to its present name on April 1, 1993. Automated turnstiles using the Suica IC Card system came into operation from October 16, 2004.[1]

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
JR East
Kai-Yamato   Chūō Main Line   Enzan


  1. ^ Ishino, Tetsu et al. (eds.) (1998). 停車場変遷大事典 国鉄・JR編 [Station Transition Directory - JNR/JR] (in Japanese). Tokyo: JTB Corporation. p. 181, vol. II. ISBN 4533029809. 

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