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Chōjagahamashiosaihamanasukōenmae Station, April 2008
|Location||Tsunoore 2273-17, Kashima, Ibaraki
|Operated by||Kashima Rinkai Railway|
|Line(s)||Ōarai Kashima Line|
Chōjagahamashiosaihamanasukōenmae Station (長者ヶ浜潮騒はまなす公園前駅 Chōjagahama Shiosai Hamanasu Kōenmae-eki?, "in front of the park of sea roar and rugosa roses by Chojagahama beach") is a train station in Kashima, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. The station claims to have the longest name of any train station in Japan.。
The station has one elevated side platform, serving traffic in both directions. There is no station building and the station is unattended.
|Ōarai Kashima Line|
Chōjagahamashiosaihamanasukōenmae Station was opened on 11 November 1990.
- Japan National Route 51
- Shiosai Hamanasu Park
- いばらきもの知り博士 - Ibaraki Prefectural home page (Japanese)
- Kashima Rinkai Testudo Station Information (Japanese)
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