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|Former name||Shin-Ichinomiya Station|
|Present name since||2005|
|Line(s)||Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line
Meitetsu Bisai Line
|Statistics||6,273,363 passengers/year (FY2006)|
Meitetsu-Ichinomiya Station is served by the following lines.
The station is physically joined to JR Central's Owari-Ichinomiya Station.
|1||■Meitetsu Bisai Line||for Morikami and Tsushima|
|■Meitetsu Bisai Line||for Okuchō and Tamanoi|
|2||■Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line||for Kasamatsu and Meitetsu-Gifu|
|3||■Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line||for Meitetsu-Nagoya and Meitetsu-Gifu|
|4||■Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line||for Meitetsu-Nagoya, Higashi-Okazaki, and Toyohashi|
|Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line|
|Kōnomiya||Rapid Limited Express||Meitetsu-Gifu|
|Meitetsu Bisai Line|
The station opened on 24 January 1900 as Shin-Ichinomiya Station (新一宮駅?). It was renamed Meitetsu-Ichinomiya on 29 January 2005. The station was reopened as an elevated station on 21 February 1993.
Owari-Ichinomiya Station is physically joined to this station. Nearby is Meitetsu department store, Misumida Shrine, and National Route 155. Every year a Tanabata festival is held nearby. The station provides access to Shubun University.
- "名鉄一宮" [Meitetsu-Ichinomiya] (in Japanese). Nagoya Railroad. Retrieved 9 December 2010.
- "第10章 運輸・通信 （平成20年度刊愛知県統計年鑑）" [Statistics of Aichi in Year 20 of the Heisei Era] (in Japanese). Aichi Prefecture. Retrieved 30 November 2010.
- Terada, Hirokazu (19 January 2013). データブック日本の私鉄 [Databook: Japan's Private Railways]. Japan: Neko Publishing. p. 255. ISBN 978-4-7770-1336-4.
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- Official web page (Japanese)