Komada Station

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The station building

Komada Station (狛田駅?, Komada-eki) is a railway station on the Kyoto Line in Seika, Kyoto, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Kintetsu Railway.


Komada Station is served by the Kyoto Line.


The station has two four-car long side platforms, serving two tracks. Entrances are located on the south and north sides of the northbound platform and connected to the southbound platform via an underground passage. An additional exit is provided on weekday mornings for Kyoto Kogakkan High School students on the south side of the southbound platform, and is also opened at other times for wheelchair users.


1  Kyoto Line (Kintetsu) for Shin-Hosono, Yamato-Saidaiji, Nara, Tenri, and Kashiharajingu-mae
2  Kyoto Line (Kintetsu) for Shin-Tanabe, Tambabashi, Takeda, and Kyoto

Adjacent stations[edit]

Kyoto Line (Kintetsu)
Express: Does not stop at this station
Kintetsu Miyazu   Local   Shin-Hōsono


The station opened on 3 November 1928, as a station on the Nara Electric Railroad. In 1963, the NER merged with Kintetsu.

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Coordinates: 34°46′50.37″N 135°47′21.76″E / 34.7806583°N 135.7893778°E / 34.7806583; 135.7893778