|Kiyone Station, December 2009|
(See other stations in Okayama)
|Operator(s)||West Japan Railway Company
The station is located in the former village of Kiyone, a village which was merged with the expanded city of Sōja in March 2005.
- April 1987: Japanese National Railways is privatized, and Kiyone Station becomes a JR West station
- January 1999: Ibara Railway's Ibara Line opens with service connecting Sōja, Kiyone, and Kannabe Stations
- Spring 2007: Automatic ticket gates will be installed and begin being used
- Summer 2007: The ICOCA card is scheduled to be accepted
Station building and platforms
Kiyone Station two platform capable of handling five lines simultaneously. Each platform has an upper (上り) and lower end (下り) of the platform.
|1||█ Hakubi Line (upper)||to Kurashiki • Okayama|
|2||█ Hakubi Line (lower)||to Bitchū-Takahashi • Niimi • Yonago|
|3||█ Ibara Railway Ibara Line (upper)||to Ibara • Kannabe|
The Takahashi River flows near Kiyone Station.
- Japan National Route 486
- Okayama Prefectural Route 24 (Kurashiki-Kiyone Route)
- Okayama Prefectural Route 189 (Kiyone Teishajō Route)
- Okayama Prefectural Route 270 (Kiyone-Makane Route)
- JR West Hakubi Line
- Kurashiki Station — Kiyone Station — Sōja Station
- Ibara Railways Ibara Line
- Sōja Station — Kiyone Station — Kawabejuku Station
- (Japanese) JR West