Ukahongō Station

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Ukahongō Station
Ukahongō Station 02.jpg
Prefecture Yamaguchi
(See other stations in Yamaguchi)
City Shimonoseki
Neighborhood etc. 4186-5, Toyoura-cho Oaza Uka Aza Ueda
Coordinates 34°13′39″N 130°55′39″E / 34.227425°N 130.927559°E / 34.227425; 130.927559Coordinates: 34°13′39″N 130°55′39″E / 34.227425°N 130.927559°E / 34.227425; 130.927559
Postal code 759-6303
(in Japanese) 山口県下関市豊浦町大字宇賀字上田4186-5
Year opened 1958
Rail services
Operator(s) JR West
Line(s) San'in Main Line
Statistics 11 passengers/day 2009
Aiga bus inv.svg There is a bus stop near this station

Ukahongō Station (宇賀本郷駅 Ukahongō-eki?) is a JR West railway station located in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.

It is situated close to the Hibiki-nada sea, and the train view between Nagato-Futami Station and this station is known for its scenic beauty.


The station was opened to public on 19 July 1958, and has been used only for passenger services.


It is unmanned, having a single side platform and a passenger shelter.

←:for Nagato-Futami Typical station track map BS11.svg →:for Yutama

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
San'in Main Line
Nagato-Futami   Local   Yutama
Rapid: no stop

External links[edit]

Media related to Ukahongō Station at Wikimedia Commons