Kai-Ōizumi Station

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Kai-Ōizumi Station
甲斐大泉駅
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Kai-Ōizumi Station in July 2015
Location 8241 Nishiide, Ōizumi-cho, Hokuto-shi, Yamanashi-ken 409-1501
Japan
Coordinates 35°53′46″N 138°24′35″E / 35.8962°N 138.4096°E / 35.8962; 138.4096
Elevation 1,158 m
Operated by JR logo (east).svg JR East
Line(s) Koumi Line
Distance 12.2 km from Kobuchizawa
Platforms 2 side platforms
Other information
Website Official website
History
Opened 29 July 1933
Traffic
Passengers (FY2015) 74 daily
Location
Kai-Ōizumi Station is located in Japan
Kai-Ōizumi Station
Kai-Ōizumi Station
Location within Japan
Platform

Kai-Ōizumi Station (甲斐大泉駅 Kai-Ōizumi-eki?) is a railway station in Ōizumi-Nishiide in the city of Hokuto, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. With an elevation of 1,274 m (4,180 ft) on the southern slopes of Mount Yatsugatake, Kiyosato Station is the third highest station on the JR East rail network.

Lines[edit]

Kai-Ōizumi Station is served by the Koumi Line and is 12.2 kilometers from the terminus of the line at Kobuchizawa Station.

Station layout[edit]

The station consists of two ground-level opposed side platforms, connected by a level crossing. The station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office.

Platforms[edit]

station side  Koumi Line for Kobuchizawa
opp side  Koumi Line for Koumi and Komoro

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Koumi Line
Kai-Koizumi Local Kiyosato

History[edit]

Kai-Ōizumi Station was opened on 27 July 1933 by the Japanese Government Railways. With the privatization of Japanese National Railways (JNR) on 1 April 1987, the station came under the control of JR East.

Passenger statistics[edit]

In fiscal 2015, the station was used by an average of 74 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).[1]

Surrounding area[edit]

  • Ōizumi Post Office
  • Ōizumi Onsen

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 各駅の乗車人員 (2015年度) [Station passenger figures (Fiscal 2015)] (in Japanese). Japan: East Japan Railway Company. 2016. Retrieved 5 July 2016. 

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