Exit of Odakyu Atsugi Station
|Location||Kawaharaguchi, Ebina, Kanagawa
|Passengers (FY2008)||6,371 (JR East)
20,246 (Odakyu) daily
Odakyu Atsugi Station has two opposed side platforms with two tracks, connected to the station building by an overpass. The JR Sagami Line Atsugi Station has a single side platform, serving one track.
|1||■ Odakyu Odawara Line||for Hon-Atsugi, Shin-Matsuda, and Odawara|
|2||■ Odakyu Odawara Line||for Sagami-Ōno, Shin-Yurigaoka, Yoyogi-Uehara, Chiyoda line Ayase, and Shinjuku|
|1||■ Sagami Line||for Hashimoto, Samukawa, and Chigasaki|
|Odakyu Odawara Line|
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Atsugi Station was opened on May 12, 1926 as the terminus of Jinchū Railroad (神中鉄道?), now Sagami Railway). Despite being located in neighboring Ebina, the station was named “Atsugi” to fulfill a pledge by the railway management to build a railroad “to Atsugi”. The Sotetsu Railway (currently the JR Sagami Line) linked to the station on July 15, 1926. On April 1, 1927, the Odakyu Electric Railway built the adjacent Kawaharaguchi Station (河原口駅?). With the completion of Ebina Station on the Jinchū Railroad on November 25, 1941, operations to Atsugi were discontinued. Atsugi Station of newly nationalized Sagami Line and Kawaharaguchi Station were joined into the same station building on June 1, 1944. A new station building was opened on July 31, 1971.
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