Kōma Station (Iwate)

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Kōma Station

Kōma Station in December 2011
LocationKōma-Kamiyama 2-14, Tamayama-ku, Morioka-shi, Iwate-ken 028-4125
Coordinates39°52′27.2″N 141°10′24.5″E / 39.874222°N 141.173472°E / 39.874222; 141.173472
Operated by
Distance21.3 km from Morioka
Platforms1 side + 1 island platform
Structure typeElevated
Other information
OpenedSeptember 1, 1891
Passengers (FY2015)1,973 daily
Kōma Station is located in Japan
Kōma Station
Kōma Station
Location within Japan

Kōma Station (好摩駅, Kōma-eki) is a railway station in the city of Morioka, Iwate Prefecture Japan, jointly operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) and the operated by the third sector Iwate Ginga Railway Company.


Kōma Station is a terminal station on the JR East Hanawa Line, and is located 106.9 rail kilometers from the opposing terminus of the line at Ōdate Station in Akita Prefecture. However, most trains continue on to Morioka Station, it is also a station on the Iwate Ginga Railway Line, and is located 21.3 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Morioka Station.

Station layout[edit]

Kōma Station is an elevated station with a single side platform and single island platform connected by footbridges, serving three tracks.


1  Iwate Ginga Railway Line for Takizawa and Morioka
 Hanawa Line for Ōbuke and Kazuno-Hanawa
2  Iwate Galaxy Railway Line for Iwate-Numakunai, Ninohe, and Hachinohe
3  Iwate Galaxy Railway Line for Takizawa and Morioka

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Iwate Ginga Railway
Shibutami   Local   Iwate-Kawaguchi
Hanawa Line
Higashi-Ōbuke   Local   Terminus


Kōma Station opened on September 1, 1891, serving the village of Tamayama, Iwate. A new station building was completed in May 2011.[citation needed]

Passenger statistics[edit]

In fiscal 2015, the station was used by an average of 1,973 passengers daily.[1]

Surrounding area[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ 平成27年度 駅別乗降人員(1日平均) [Fiscal 2015 Station passenger figures (daily average)] (PDF) (in Japanese). Japan: Iwate Galaxy Railway Company. 2016. Retrieved 1 March 2017.

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