Meiden Akasaka Station
A view of the station
|Location||Akasaka-cho, Toyokawa, Aichi
|Operated by||Nagoya Railroad|
|Line(s)||Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line|
|Previous names||Aiden Akasaka (until 1938)|
Meiden Akasaka Station (名電赤坂駅 Meiden Akasaka-eki) is a railway station on the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line located in Toyokawa, Aichi, Japan. It is located 12.5 kilometers from the junction of the Nagoya Main Line at Toyohashi.
Meiden Akasaka Station was opened on April 1, 1926 as Aiden Akasaka Station (名電赤坂駅 Aiden-Akasaka-eki) on the Aichi Electric Railway. On April 1, 1935, the Aichi Electric Railway merged with the Nagoya Railroad (the forerunner of present-day Meitetsu). The station was renamed to its present name on December 1, 1938. The station has been unattended since 1971.
Meiden-Akasaka Station has two elevated opposed side platforms.
|1||■ Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line||For Higashi Okazaki, Meitetsu Nagoya, and Inuyama|
|2||■ Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line||For Toyokawa-inari and Toyohashi|
|Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line|
|Goyu||Local (普通)||Meiden Nagasawa|
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