Nirasaki Station

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Nirasaki Station
韮崎駅
Nirasaki Station.jpg
Nirasaki Station
Location
Prefecture Yamanashi
(See other stations in Yamanashi)
City Nirasaki
Neighborhood etc. 1-1, Wakamiya 1-chome
Coordinates 35°42′37″N 138°27′03″E / 35.7104°N 138.450917°E / 35.7104; 138.450917Coordinates: 35°42′37″N 138°27′03″E / 35.7104°N 138.450917°E / 35.7104; 138.450917
Postal code 407-0015
(in Japanese) 山梨県韮崎市若宮一丁目1-1
History
Year opened 1903
Rail services
Operator(s) JR East
Line(s) Chūō Main Line
Statistics 2,608 passengers/day 2010
Aiga bus inv.svg Large bus terminal(s) attached to the station

Nirasaki Station (韮崎駅 Nirasaki-eki?) is a railway station of Chūō Main Line, East Japan Railway Company in Wakamiya 1-chōme, in the city of Nirasaki, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. The station is 147.0 rail kilometers from Tokyo Station.

Layout[edit]

Nirasaki Station has a single island platform connected to the two-story station building by an overpass.

Platforms[edit]

1 Chūō Main Line for Kobuchizawa, Shiojiri and Matsumoto
2 Chūō Main Line for Kōfu, Hachiōji and Shinjuku

History[edit]

Nirasaki Station was opened on December 15, 1903 on the Japanese Government Railways (JGR) Chūō Main Line when the line was extended from Kōfu. The track was further extended from this station to Fujimi on December 21, 1904. The JGR became the JNR (Japanese National Railways) after the end of World War II. Scheduled freight services were discontinued from February 1972. With the dissolution and privatization of the JNR on April 1, 1987, the station came under the control of the East Japan Railway Company. Automated turnstiles using the Suica IC Card system came into operation from October 16, 2004.

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
JR East
Shiozaki   Chūō Main Line   Shimpu

References[edit]

  • Miyoshi Kozo. Chuo-sen Machi to eki Hyaku-niju nen. JT Publishing (2009) ISBN 453307698X (Japanese)
  • JR全線全駅ステーション倶楽部編(上) [Complete JR Line/Station Compendium (Vol. 1)] (in Japanese). Tokyo, Japan: Bunshun Bunko. September 1988. p. 145. ISBN 4-16-748701-2. 

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