Ichitsubo Station

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Ichitsubo Station (市坪駅 Ichitsubo-eki?) is a train station in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, Japan, on the Shikoku Railway Company Yosan Line (Station U01). The station is also called No-Ball Station (野球(の・ボール)駅?) named after Noboru (?), the name of a haiku poet from Matsuyama, Masaoka Shiki, in childhood.

Layout[edit]

from the opposite side of Botchan Stadium

1 (through track)  Yosan Line for Iyoshi, Uchiko, Iyo-Nagahama, Iyo-Ōzu, Yawatahama, and Uwajima
2  Yosan Line for Matsuyama, Iyo-Hōjō, Imabari, and Iyo-Saijō

Surroundings[edit]

  • Matsuyama Central Park
    • Baseball stadium (Botchan Stadium)
    • Sub-stadium (Madonna Stadium)
    • Sports field
    • Sports arena
    • Tennis court
    • Pool (Aqua Pallet Matsuyama)
    • Matsuyama Keirin Track
    • Ehimeken Budokan
  • Iyozu Hikonomito Shrine (Tsubaki Shrine)

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
JR Shikoku
Yosan Line (U01)
Matsuyama (Y55, U00)   -   Kita-Iyo (U02)

Coordinates: 33°48′32″N 132°44′57″E / 33.8090°N 132.7493°E / 33.8090; 132.7493