|Location||Kinu-cho 1-1, Tsushima, Aichi
|Passengers (2009)||6,460 daily|
Tsushima Station (津島駅? Tsushima-eki) is a train station on the Meitetsu Tsushima Line and Bisai Line located in Tsushima, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is located 11.8 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Tsushima Line at Sukaguchi and 8.2 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Bisai Line at Yatomi.
Tsushima Station was opened on April 3, 1893, as a terminal station of the privately owned Bisai Railroad, on the same day as the opposing terminal, Yatomi Station, and Saya Station. Meitetsu bought the Bisai Railroad on August 1, 1925. On October 25, 1932, former Shin-Tsushima Station on Meitetsu's Tsushima Line was rebuilt as part of Tsushima Station. The tracks were elevated and station rebuilt in 1968.
Tsushima Station has a single elevated island platform. Trains of both the Bisai Line and the Tsushima Line use the same platform.
|1||■ Bisai Line||For Saya and Yatomi
For Morikami and Meitetsu-Ichinomiya
|2||■ Tsushima Line||For Sukaguchi, Meitetsu-Nagoya, Higashi-Okazaki, Nishio, and Ōtagawa|
|■ Bisai Line||For Morikami Station and Meitetsu-Ichinomiya Station|
|Meitetsu Tsushima Line|
|Shobata||Limited Express (特急)||Terminus|
|Shobata||Rapid Express (快速急行)||Terminus|
|Shobata||Rapid Express (急行)||Terminus|
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