Yunokami-Onsen Station

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Yunokami-Onsen Station

Yunokami-Onsen Station 012.JPG
A train arrives at Yunokami-Onsen Station in May 2010
General information
LocationYunokami Oshima, Shimogō-machi, Minamiaizu-gun, Fukushima-ken 969-5206
Coordinates37°18′14″N 139°53′43″E / 37.30389°N 139.89528°E / 37.30389; 139.89528Coordinates: 37°18′14″N 139°53′43″E / 37.30389°N 139.89528°E / 37.30389; 139.89528
Operated byAizu Tetsudo logo 1.png Aizu Railway
Line(s)Aizu Line
Distance22.7 km from Nishi-Wakamatsu
Platforms2 side platforms
Other information
WebsiteOfficial website
OpenedDecember 22, 1932
Previous namesYunokami (until 1987)
Yunokami-Onsen Station is located in Fukushima Prefecture
Yunokami-Onsen Station
Yunokami-Onsen Station
Location within Fukushima Prefecture
Yunokami-Onsen Station is located in Japan
Yunokami-Onsen Station
Yunokami-Onsen Station
Yunokami-Onsen Station (Japan)
Waiting room of Yunokami Station

Yunokami-Onsen Station (湯野上温泉駅, Yunokami-Onsen-eki) is a railway station on the Aizu Railway Aizu Line in the town of Shimogō, Minamiaizu District, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, operated by the Aizu Railway. The station is notable for its thatched roof.[1]


Yunokami-Onsen Station is served by the Aizu Line, and is located 22.7 rail kilometers from the official starting point of the line at Nishi-Wakamatsu.

Station layout[edit]

Yunokami-Onsen Station has two opposed side platforms connected by a level crossing. The half-timbered thatch roof station building has an irori open hearth in the waiting room. The station is staffed.


station side  Aizu Railway Aizu Line for Aizu-Tajima, Aizukōgen-Ozeguchi
opposite side  Aizu Railway Aizu Line for Aizu-Wakamatsu

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Aizu Railway Aizu Line
Ashinomaki-Onsen Open-car "torokko" Tō-no-Hetsuri
Ashinomaki-Onsen-Minami Rapid Tō-no-Hetsuri
Ashinomaki-Onsen-Minami Local Tō-no-Hetsuri


Yunokami-Onsen Station opened on December 22, 1932 as Yunokami Station (湯野上駅, Yunokami-eki). The station was renamed to its present name on July 16, 1987.

Surrounding area[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "The Aizu Railway : Connecting the City with Nature and History | March 2019| Highlighting Japan". Retrieved 2020-03-19.

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