Izu-Taga Station

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Izu-Taga Station
IzutagaSt 2008.jpg
Location Kami-Taga, Atami, Shizuoka
Operated by East Japan Railway Company
Line(s) Itō Line
Opened 1935
Passengers (2006) 670 daily

Izu-Taga Station (伊豆多賀駅 Izu-Taga-eki?) is a railway station on the Itō Line of the East Japan Railway Company, located in the southern part of Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.


Izu-Taga Station opened on March 30, 1935 when the section of the Itō Line linking Atami with Ajiro was completed. Freight services were discontinued on November 1, 1958. On April 1, 1987 along with division and privatization of the Japan National Railway, East Japan Railway Company started operating this station.


Station layout[edit]

Izu-Taga Station has two opposing side platforms, one of which is connected directly to the station building and the other connected via an underpass. The station building has automated ticket machines and Suica automated turnstiles, but its "Green Window" service counter was closed in 2007.


1  Itō Line ItōIzu-KōgenIzukyū Shimoda
2  Itō Line AtamiOdawaraYokohamaTokyo

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Itō Line
Kinomiya Local Ajiro

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 35°3′32″N 139°4′1″E / 35.05889°N 139.06694°E / 35.05889; 139.06694