|Station building over track, April 2009|
(See other stations in Aichi)
|Neighborhood etc.||Tokushige-Hirobatake 35|
|(in Japanese)||愛知県北名古屋市徳重広畑３５番地 |
|Former name||Tokushige Station|
|Present name since||2005|
|Statistics||4,654 passengers/day |
Tokushige-Nagoya-Geidai Station (徳重・名古屋芸大駅 Tokushige-Nagoya Geidai-eki?) is a train station on the Meitetsu Inuyama Line located in Kitanagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is located 7.3 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Inuyama Line at Biwajima Junction. The station is located near Nagoya University of Arts, after which the "Nagoya-Geidai" part of the name comes
Tokushige-Nagoya Geidai Station was opened on August 6, 1912 as Tokushige Station (徳重駅 Tokushige-eki?).. The station was closed in 1944, but reopened on September 15, 1946. The station was an unattended station from 1946-1963. A new station building was completed in December 1980.The station was renamed to its present name on January 29, 2005.
Tokushige-Nagoya Geidai Station has two opposed side platforms.
|1||■Inuyama Line||For Iwakura, Kōnan, Inuyama, Shin-Unuma, and Shin Kani|
|2||■Inuyama Line||For Meitetsu-Nagoya, Toyohashi, Central Japan International Airport, and the Tsurumai Line|
|Rapid Limited Express: no stop|
|Limited Express: no stop|
|Rapid Express: no stop|
|Express: no stop|
|Semi-Express: no stop|
- 徳重・名古屋芸大 [Tokushige-Nagoya-Geidai] (in Japanese). Nagoya Railroad. Retrieved 30 November 2010.
- Data of year 2006. 第10章 運輸・通信 （平成20年度刊愛知県統計年鑑） [Chapter 10 Transportation and Communications (Statistics of Aichi, 2008)] (in Japanese). Aichi Prefecture. Retrieved 30 November 2010.
- 鷲田, 鉄也 (September 2010), 週刊朝日百科, 週刊歴史でめぐる鉄道全路線 (in Japanese) (Japan: Asahi Shimbun Publications, Inc.) (8): 20,21, ISBN 9784023401389
- Nagoya Railroad (October 25, 2004). 平成17年1月29日にダイヤ改正を実施 [Timetable will be revised on January 29, 2005] (in Japanese). Retrieved April 1, 2011.
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