Mondo-Yakujin Station

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Mondo-Yakujin Station
門戸厄神駅
Mondo-yakujin Station (01) IMG 4001-2 20140125.JPG
Station building, January 2014
Location Nishinomiya, Hyōgo
Japan
Operated by Hankyu Corporation
Line(s) Hankyu Imazu Line
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Other information
Station code HK-23
History
Opened September 2, 1921 (1921-09-02)
Mondo-yakujin temple

Mondo-Yakujin Station (門戸厄神駅 Mondo-yakujin-eki?, station number: HK-23) is a railway station in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, on the Hankyu Imazu Line operated by the Hankyu Railway. It is located near Mondo-Yakujin (Tōkōji), a famous tailsman temple and the station name is after the temple. In addition, Kobe College and Seiwa College are near the station. Trains connect from this station to Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi Station or Takarazuka Station every 10 minutes.

Layout[edit]

This station has two side platforms serving a track each on the ground level.

west side  Imazu Line for Takarazuka (Change trains for Kawanishi-Noseguchi, Nakayama-kannon, Kiyoshikojin and Minoo)
east side  Imazu Line for Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi (Change trains for Osaka, Kobe and Imazu)

History[edit]

The station opened on September 2, 1921 when the line between Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi and Takarazuka (then called the Saihō Line) started operation.[1]

Surroundings[edit]

  • Nishinomiya Municipal Central Hospital
  • Mondo-Yakujin Tōkō-ji
  • Kobe College
  • Seiwa College
  • Nishinomiya Municipal Koto Elementary School
  • Ikeri Supermarket
  • Daiei

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Hankyu Imazu Line (HK-23)
Kōtōen (HK-24)   Local   Nishinomiya-kitaguchi (HK-08)
Kōtōen (HK-24)   Semi-Express (only running for Umeda)   Tsukaguchi (Kobe Line, HK-06)
Kōtōen (HK-24)   Limited Express "Togetsu"   Tsukaguchi (Kobe Line, HK-06)
Express (only running for Umeda on the days of horse racing): Does not stop at this station

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hankyu Corporation (April 2001). 阪急ステーション [Hankyu Stations] (in Japanese). Osaka: Hankyu Corporation. p. 76. ISBN 4-89485-051-6. 


Coordinates: 34°45′28.48″N 135°21′29.57″E / 34.7579111°N 135.3582139°E / 34.7579111; 135.3582139