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|Neighborhood||Kyomachi 301 (JR Central)
Kyomachi 1-ku 43-1 (Kintetsu)
|Postal code||515-0017 (JR Central)
|Address in Japanese||三重県松阪市京町301（JR東海）
|Line(s)||Kisei Main Line, Meishō Line
Kintetsu Yamada Line
7434 (Kintetsu) passengers/day (FY2010)
Matsusaka Station (松阪駅 Matsusaka-eki?) is a joint use railway station in Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture, operated by Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central) and Kintetsu. The station is 34.6 rail kilometres from the terminus of the Kisei Line at Kameyama Station and 8.4 rail kilometres from the terminus of the Kintetestu Yamada Line at Ise-Nakagawa Station.
Matsusaka Station opened on December 31, 1894 as a station on Sangu Railway Line. The line was nationalized on October 1, 1907, becoming the Sangu Line of the Japanese Government Railways (JGR) on October 12, 1909. On August 17, 1912, the Mie Electric Railway began operations at Matsusaka Station. The Meishō Line began operations from August 25, 1929. On March 27, 1930, Sangu Kyuko Electric Railway Co. connected to Matsusaka Station. A new station building was completed on December 3, 1937. Sangu Kyuko was acquired by Osaka Electric Railway Co. in March 1941, and renamed Kansai Kyuko Railway Co., subsequently merging with the Nankai Railway to form Kintetsu in 1944. The station was transferred to the control of the Japan National Railways (JNR) Kisei Main Line on July 15, 1959. A new station building was completed in November 1962. Mie Electric Railway went out of business in 1964. All freight operations were discontinued in 1984. The station was absorbed into the JR Central network upon the privatization of the (JNR) on April 1, 1987.
Matsusaka Station has a total of five platforms serving seven tracks. Of these, the JR portion of the station uses one side platform and two island platforms and the Kintetsu portion has one side platform and one island platform. The platforms are connected by overpasses.
|1||■ JR Central Kisei Line||local trains for Kameyama
rapid "Mie" for Nagoya
a local train departing for Shingu at 5:22 a.m.
|2||■ not used||the same track as Number 1|
|3||■ JR Central Kisei Line||local trains for Kameyama
limited express "Nanki" for Nagoya
|4||■ JR Central Kisei Line||for Shingu and Iseshi|
|5||■ JR Central Meisho Line||for Ieki and Ise-Okitsu|
|■ JR Central Kisei Line||local trains for Iseshi (partly)
a local train departing for Kameyama at 9:03 a.m.
|6||■ Kintetsu Yamada Line||for Ise-Nakagawa, Tsu, Nagoya, Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto|
|7||■ Kintetsu Yamada Line||for Ujiyamada, Toba and Kashikojima
for Ise-Nakagawa and Nagoya
|8||■ Kintetsu Yamada Line||for Ujiyamada, Toba and Kashikojima|
|JR Central Kisei Main Line|
|Tsu||Limited Express "Nanki"||Taki|
|JR Central Meishō Line|
|Kintetsu Yamada Line|
- Matsusaka City Hall
- Matsusaka Park (former site of Matsusaka Castle)
- Matsusaka Technical High School
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