|Entrance to the station|
(See other stations in Kanagawa)
|Neighborhood etc.||Namamugi 5-chōme|
|Statistics||1,532 passengers/day 2007|
|There is a bus stop near this station|
Kokudō Station has two opposed side platforms serving two tracks.
|1||■Tsurumi Line||for Bentembashi, Hama-Kawasaki, Ōgimachi, Umi-Shibaura, and Ōkawa|
|2||■Tsurumi Line||for Tsurumi|
Kokudō Station was opened on October 28, 1930 as a station on the privately held Tsurumi Rinkō Railway (鶴見臨港鉄道 Tsurumi Rinkō Tetsudō?) for passenger operations only. The Tsurumi Rinkō line was nationalized on July 1, 1943 at which time the stop was elevated into status to that of a full station. The station was later absorbed into the Japan National Railways (JNR) network. In 1949, the station was used as a location setting for the Akira Kurosawa movie Stray Dog. The station has been unstaffed since March 1, 1971. Upon the privatization of the JNR on April 1, 1987 the station has been operated by JR East.
- Harris, Ken and Clarke, Jackie. Jane's World Railways 2008-2009. Jane's Information Group (2008). ISBN 0-7106-2861-7
Media related to Kokudō Station at Wikimedia Commons
- JR East Kokudō Station (Japanese)