Nijō Station (Kyoto)

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Nijō Station

二条駅
LocationNishinokyo Toganoocho, Nakagyō, Kyoto, Kyoto
(京都市中京区西ノ京栂尾町)
Japan
Operated by
Connections
  • Bus terminal

Nijō Station (二条駅, Nijō-eki) is a train station in Nakagyō-ku, Kyoto, Japan.

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JR West[edit]

Nijō Station

二条駅
JR West station
Nijo-Station-01.jpg
Nijō Station, May 2006
Location3, Nishinokyo Toganoocho, Nakagyō, Kyoto, Kyoto
(京都市中京区西ノ京栂尾町3)
Japan
Coordinates35°0′39.51″N 135°44′30.1″E / 35.0109750°N 135.741694°E / 35.0109750; 135.741694
Operated byWest Japan Railway Company
Line(s)Sanin Main Line (Sagano Line)
History
Opened1897
Traffic
Passengers (FY2015)26,415 daily[1]

The station has one elevated island platform between two tracks. The station building was designed by Urabesekkei, an architectural firm based in Osaka. Prior to the platform elevation, the station was only accessible from the east (Sembon Street side), but the station renovation made it accessible from both the east and west sides.

The design elements of the former station building were evocative of nearby Nijo-jo castle. The building was dismantled and rebuilt at the Kyoto Railway Museum (then called the Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum) in 1996.


1  Sagano Line for Kyoto
2  Sagano Line for Kameoka, Sonobe and Fukuchiyama
Former Nijō Station building now at Kyoto Railway Museum

Kyoto Subway[edit]

Nijō Station

二条駅
Kyoto Municipal Subway station
Location3, Nishinokyo Toganoocho, Nakagyō, Kyoto, Kyoto
(京都市中京区西ノ京栂尾町3)
Japan
Coordinates35°0′42.76″N 135°44′28.73″E / 35.0118778°N 135.7413139°E / 35.0118778; 135.7413139
Operated byKyoto Municipal Subway
Line(s)Tōzai Line
Other information
Station codeT15
History
Opened1997
Traffic
Passengers (FY2016)19,471 daily[2]

Subway station has one underground island platform with two tracks, separated by platform screen doors.


1  Tōzai Line for Uzumasa Tenjingawa
2  Tōzai Line for Karasuma Oike, Rokujizo and Hamaotsu

History[edit]

Nijō Station opened on February 15, 1897 and was the terminus of the Kyoto Railway (present-day San'in Main Line) until April 27 of the same year.[3] The Tōzai Line subway opened on October 12, 1997.

Buses[edit]

Nijo-eki-nishiguchi[edit]

Kyoto City Bus
Airport limousine

Nijo-ekimae[edit]

Kyoto City Bus
Kyoto Bus Co., Ltd.
  • Route 61 for Arashiyama and Daikaku-ji via Marutamachi Street and Kyoto Studio Park / for Sanjo Keihan via Shijo Kawaramachi
  • Route 62 for Arashiyama and Kiyotaki via Marutamachi Street and Kyoto Studio Park / for Sanjo Keihan via Horikawa Oike (Nijo Castle), Karasuma Oike and Shijo Kawaramachi
  • Route 63 for Arashiyama, Koke-dera and Suzumushi-dera via Marutamachi Street and Kyoto Studio Park / for Sanjo Keihan via Shijo Kawaramachi
  • Route 65 for Arashiyama and Arisugawa via Marutamachi Street and Kyoto Studio Park
West JR Bus Company
  • for Kyoto Station / for Toganoo and Shuzan

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
West Japan Railway Company Sagano Line (Sanin Main Line)
Tambaguchi   Local   Emmachi
Kyoto   Rapid   Emmachi
Kyoto Municipal Subway Tōzai Line (T15)
Nijōjō-mae (T14) - Nishiōji Oike (T16)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "鉄道乗車人員" (in Japanese). Kyoto Prefecture.
  2. ^ "京都市交通事業白書" (in Japanese). Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau.
  3. ^ Ishino, Tetsu et al. (eds.) (1998). 停車場変遷大事典 国鉄・JR編 [Station Transition Directory - JNR/JR] (in Japanese). II. Tokyo: JTB Corporation. p. 298. ISBN 4533029809.

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