Oe Station

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Oe Station
小江駅
Railway station
Oe Station
Oe Station
Location Takaki Town, Isahaya
Nagasaki Prefecture
Japan
Coordinates 32°53′29″N 130°06′44″E / 32.891317°N 130.112306°E / 32.891317; 130.112306Coordinates: 32°53′29″N 130°06′44″E / 32.891317°N 130.112306°E / 32.891317; 130.112306
Owned by JR Kyushu
Operated by JR Kyushu
Line(s) Nagasaki Main Line
Platforms One island platform for two tracks
Train operators JR Kyushu
History
Opened 24 March 1934 (1934-03-24)
Traffic
Passengers 360 per day (2004 est.)
Services
Automated ticket booth
Yue   Nagasaki Main Line   Hizen-Nagata

Oe Station (小江駅 Oe-eki?) is a railway station in Takaki Town, Isahaya, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by JR Kyushu and is on the Nagasaki Main Line. According to 2004 figures, an average of 360 people use this train station every day.

Oe Station has one of the shortest station names in Japan. The others are Ei Station in Kagoshima Prefecture, Ao Station in Hyōgo Prefecture and Ii Station in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Tsu Station of Mie Prefecture has a shorter name in Japanese (it is the only station name written with one kana), but this is not so when romanized.

Layout[edit]

Oe Station has one island platform with a total of two tracks. The station building is located above ground. It is an unmanned station with a ticket machine.

Station environs[edit]

To the south of the station is the Ariake Sea. Route 207 runs along the coast. Other locations nearby include:

  • Takaki Nishi Elementary School
  • Isahaya Senior High School, Takaki Branch
  • Shinkai Post Office

History[edit]