Akita Station is a railway station in Akita, Akita Prefecture, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Akita Station is served by the following lines. Akita Shinkansen Ōu Main Line Uetsu Main Line Oga Line Komachi Tsugaru Inaho Akita Station is an elevated station, consisting of four island platforms serving eight tracks for regular trains, two bay platforms for the Akita Shinkansen; the station has a View Plaza travel agency. Akita Station opened on 21 October 1902; the station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987. The station's building was renovated in 1997. In fiscal 2012, the station was used by an average of 11,143 passengers daily; the passenger figures for previous years are as shown below. Akita Station building "Topico" JR Akita Gate Arena Akitaekimae post office AL☆Ve Kanto festival Senshu park For Yokote Station, Jūmonji, Yuzawa Station For Noshiro Station Senshu.
Kuroishi is a city located in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 October 2017, the city had an estimated population of 32,260 and a population density of 150 persons per km2; the total area of the city is 217.05 square kilometres. Kuroishi is located in west-central Aomori Prefecture. Part of the city is within the borders of the Kuroishi Onsenkyō Prefectural Natural Park; the city has a cold humid continental climate characterized by warm short summers and long cold winters with heavy snowfall. The average annual temperature in Kuroishi is 9.6 °C. The average annual rainfall is 1343 mm with September as the wettest month; the temperatures are highest on average in August, at around 23.3 °C, lowest in January, at around -2.9 °C. Aomori Prefecture Aomori Hirakawa Fujisaki Inakadate Per Japanese census data, the population of Kuroishi has remained steady over the past 40 years; the area of Kuroishi was part of the holdings of the Tsugaru clan of Hirosaki Domain in the Edo period, became the semi-independent Kuroishi Domain in 1809.
After the Meiji Restoration, the town of Kuroishi was established in 1898 within Minaitsugaru District in Aomori Prefecture. The modern city was founded on July 1, 1954, from the merger of the town of Kuroishi absorbing the villages of Nakago, Rokugo and Aseishi. On October 1, 1956, Kuroishi absorbed a portion of Onoe. Kuroishi has a mayor-council form of government with a directly elected mayor and a unicameral city legislature of 16 members; the economy of Kuroishi is dependent on agriculture. The city serves as a minor regional commercial center. Agricultural produce. Kuroishi has nine public elementary schools and two public junior high schools operated by the city government and two public high schools operated by the Aomori Prefectural Board of Education; the prefecture operates one special education school. Kōnan Railway Company - Kōnan Line Kuroishi - Sakaimatsu Tōhoku Expressway National Route 102 National Route 394 – Wenatchee, United States – from 1971 – Yeongcheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea – from 1984 Kuroishi Neputa Festival Kuroishi Onsenkyō Prefectural Natural Park Nakamachi Komise Street Nakano Momiji Mountain Tsugaru Traditional Crafts Centre Ujaku Akita, author of children's books Takahito Kudo, professional baseball player Nyango Star, heavy metal drummer Official website
Namioka Station is a railway station on the JR East northern Ōu Main Line located in the city of Aomori, Aomori Prefecture Japan. Namioka Station is served by the Ōu Main Line, is located 462.1 km from the southern terminus of the line at Fukushima. The station has one side platform and one island platform serving three tracks, connected to the station building by a footbridge; the station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office. Aomori municipal Bus For Aomori Station via Daishaka and Shinjō For Aomori Station via Aomori Airport Konan Bus For Kuroishi Station via Hongō For Kuroishi Station via Tobinai and Mayajiri Namioka Station was opened on 7 December 1894 as a station on the Japanese Government Railway, the predecessor to the Japan National Railways in former Namioka village. With the privatization of the JNR on 1 April 1987, it came under the operational control of JR East. A new station building was completed in November 2009. In fiscal 2016, the station was used by an average of 979 passengers daily.
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Goshogawara Station is a railway station on the Gonō Line and Tsugaru Railway Line in the city of Goshogawara, Japan, jointly operated by East Japan Railway Company and the private railway operator Tsugaru Railway Company. Goshogawara Station is served by the JR East Gonō Line and forms the terminus of the Tsugaru Railway Line, it is located 125.7 km from the southern terminus of the Gonō Line at Higashi-Noshiro. Goshogawara Station has an island platform serving three tracks; the JR Gono Line uses the side platform and half of the island platform, while the Tsugaru Line uses the other half of the island platform. The station building has a staffed Midori no Madoguchi ticket office; the exterior of the JR East station structure was rebuilt in 2013, reopening on 1 August 2013. Goshogawara Station opened on September 25, 1918, as a station on the Japanese National Railways Goshogawara Line. On June 1, 1927, the Goshogawara Line was joined with the newly nationalized Mutsu Railway; the Tsugaru Railway Line began operations from Goshogawara on July 15, 1930.
On July 10, 1956, the Tsugaru Railway portion of the station was renamed Tsugaru-Goshogawara Station, to distinguish it from the JNR portion. With the privatization of JNR on April 1, 1987, the JNR portion came under the operational control of JR East. In fiscal 2016, the JR East station was used by an average of 894 passengers daily The passenger figures for the JR East station in previous years are as shown below. National Route 101 National Route 339 Goshogawara Post office Goshogawara City Hall List of railway stations in Japan Endo, Isao. 五能線物語 「奇跡のローカル線」を生んだ最強の現場力. PHP研究所. ISBN 4569830099. 五能線ガイドブック. 無明舎出版. 2002. ISBN 4895443078. Official website Tsugaru-Goshogawara Station
Kita-Tokiwa Station is a railway station on the Ōu Main Line in the town of Fujisaki, Aomori Prefecture, operated by the East Japan Railway Company. Kita-Tokiwa Station is served by the Ōu Main Line, is located 455.6 km from the southern terminus of the line at Fukushima. The station has one side platform and one island platform serving three tracks, connected to the station building by a footbridge; the station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office. Track 3 is used for freight trains changing direction. Kita-Tokiwa Station opened on 20 December 1924 as a station on the Japanese Government Railways, the pre-war predecessor to the Japanese National Railways. With the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987, it came under the operational control of JR East. In fiscal 2016, the station was used by an average of 454 passengers daily. Aomori Shinkin Bank Tokiwa branch Mutsu Tokiwa Post Office Tokiwa Taxi Hirosaki Police District Fujisaki Koban Fujisaki Municipal Meitoku Junior High School List of Railway Stations in Japan Official website
Ōsawa Station (Yamagata)
Ōsawa Station is a railway station on the Ōu Main Line in the city of Yonezawa, Yamagata Prefecture, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Ōsawa Station is served by the Ōu Main Line, is located 28.8 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Fukushima Station. Ōsawa Station has two opposed side platforms connected via a level crossing. The station is unattended. Ōsawa Station began as a signal stop on 15 May 1899 and was elevated to a full passenger station on 25 December 1906. The station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987. Kasamatsu Onsen JR East station information