Kita-Sendai Station

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Kita-Sendai Station
北仙台駅
Kitasendai Station 200907 cropped.jpg
Kita-Sendai Station
Location
Prefecture Miyagi
(See other stations in Miyagi)
City Sendai
Ward Aoba
Neighborhood etc. Shōwa-machi
Coordinates 38°16′54″N 140°52′09″E / 38.281667°N 140.869194°E / 38.281667; 140.869194Coordinates: 38°16′54″N 140°52′09″E / 38.281667°N 140.869194°E / 38.281667; 140.869194
Postal code 981-0913
(in Japanese) 仙台市青葉区昭和町
History
Opened 29 September 1929 (JR)
15 July 1987 (Subway)
Rail services
Operator(s) JR East
Sendai Subway
Line(s) Senzan Line
Nanboku Line
Statistics 4,454 (JR)
6,884 (Subway) passengers/day (FY 2012)
Aiga bus inv.svg There is a bus stop near this station
Kita-Sendai Station Nanboku Line platform

Kita-Sendai Station (北仙台駅 Kita-Sendai eki?) is a railway station in Aoba-ku, Sendai in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) and the Sendai Subway Nanboku Line in Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. The subway and JR lines are not directly connected, however, the distance between the two stations is only around one hundred metres.

Lines[edit]

Kita-Sendai Station is served by the Senzan Line, and is located 4.8 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Sendai Station. It is also 5.4 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Sendai Subway Nanboku Line at Izumi-Chūō Station.

Station layout[edit]

Kita-Sendai Station has a single aboveground island platform serving JR East, and a single underground island platform serving the Sendai Subway.

Platforms (JR)[edit]

1 Senzan Line for Sakunami, Yamadera, Yamagata
2 Senzan Line for Sendai

Platforms (Sendai Subway)[edit]

  Nanboku Line (Sendai) for Sendai, Tomizawa
  Nanboku Line (Sendai) for Izumi-Chūō

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Senzan Line
Rapid-A, Rapid-B: no stop
Kita-Sendai   Rapid-C, Ordinary   Tōhoku-Fukushi-dai-mae
Sendai City Subway Namboku Line
Dainohara Local Kita-Yobanchō

History[edit]

Kita-Sendai Station opened on 29 September 1929. The station became part of the JR East network with the privatization of the JNR on 1 April 1987. The underground portion of the station was opened on 15 July 1987.

Surrounding area[edit]

  • Sendai City Martial Arts Hall & Aoba Gymnasium
  • Kita-Sendai Post Office
  • Aoba Shrine
  • Kamisugiyama Junior High School found of Sendai City

External links[edit]