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Inba-Nihon-Idai Station, May 2007
|Location||1-1 Hara, Inzai, Chiba
|Passengers (FY2013)||3,922 daily (combined)|
Inba-Nihon-Idai Station is a terminus of the third-sector Hokusō Railway’s Hokusō Line and is located 32.3 kilometers from the opposing terminal of the line at Keisei-Takasago. It is also served by the Keisei Electric Railway’s Narita Sky Access connecting downtown Tokyo with Narita Airport, which uses the same tracks as the Hokusō Line.
This station consists of one island platform serving two tracks, with an elevated station building located above the tracks and platforms.
|1||■ Hokusō Line||for Higashi-Matsudo, Shin-Kamagaya, Keisei-Takasago, Oshiage, Shinagawa, and Haneda Airport|
|■ Narita Sky Access Line||for Higashi-Matsudo, Shin-Kamagaya, Keisei-Takasago, Keisei Ueno, Oshiage, Shinagawa and Haneda Airport|
|2||■ Narita Sky Access Line||for Narita Airport|
|Hokusō Line (HS14)|
|Inzai-Makinohara (HS13)||Limited Express||Terminus|
|Narita Sky Access Line (HS14)|
|Skyliner: Does not stop at this station|
|Chiba New Town Chūō (HS12)||Access Express||Narita Yukawa (KS43)|
Inba-Nihon-Idai Station was opened on 22 July 2000. On 17 July 2010 a station numbering system was introduced to the Hokusō Line, with the station designated HS14.
- Nippon Medical School, Chiba Hokusou Hospital
- Juntendo University – Sakura campus
- Japan National Route 464
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- Hokusō Line station information (Japanese)