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Station building incorporating bus platforms
|Location||Miyayamacho Sanchome, Nada, Kobe, Hyōgo
|Operated by||Hankyu Corporation|
|Line(s)||Kobe Main Line|
Rokkō Station (六甲駅 Rokkō-eki?, station number: HK-13) is a railway station in Nada-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, on the Hankyu Railway Kobe Line operated by Hankyu Railway. It is located near Kobe University and Kobe Shoin University. The Hankyu Bus leaves from the station for Mount Rokko, and city bus services connect with the Rokko Cable Line, Sannomiya and Rokkomichi stations on the JR Kobe Line and Mikage Station on the Hanshin Electric Railway Main Line.
Rokko Station is the only station operated by Hankyu Corporation having two side platforms serving a siding track each outside of the passing tracks. When the station was opened in 1920, it had two island platforms serving two tracks each on the ground. The island platforms were removed and the side ones were situated outside of the siding tracks by 1968 for the preparation of the through operation with the Sanyo Railway Main Line and the eight-car operation on the Kobe Line.
The through operation by Sanyo Railway was continued until February 1998 with starting and terminating this station and the trains returned at the siding track in the west of adjacent Mikage Station as deadhead trains.
|1||■ Kobe Line||for Kobe-sannomiya, Shinkaichi and Sanyo Electric Railway|
|4||■ Kobe Line||for Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi, Osaka (Umeda), Kyoto and Takarazuka|
|Hankyu Kobe Line (HK-13)|
|Mikage (HK-12)||Local||Ōji-kōen (HK-14)|
|Okamoto (HK-11)||Rapid Express||Kobe-sannomiya (HK-16)|
|Okamoto (HK-11)||Limited Express "Atago" (Kosoku Kobe - Arashiyama)
(operated during crowded season)
|Morning Commutation Limited Express: Does not stop at this station|
|Limited Express: Does not stop at this station|
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- Kobe city statistics April 2008–March 2009. Number of boarding passengers.