List of railway stations in Japan: R
|Resort Gateway Station||リゾートゲートウェイ・ステーション駅|
|Rinkū Town Station||りんくうタウン駅|
|Ritsurinkōen Kitaguchi Station||栗林公園北口駅（りつりんこうえんきたぐち）|
|Rokken Station (Gifu)||六軒駅 (岐阜県)（ろっけん）|
|Rokken Station (Mie)||六軒駅 (三重県)（ろっけん）|
|Rokkō Cable-shita Station||六甲ケーブル下駅（ろっこうけーぶるした）|
|Ropeway Iriguchi Station||ロープウェイ入口駅（ろーぷうぇいいりぐち）|
|Ryūtsū Center Station||流通センター駅（りゅうつうせんたー）|
Ranshima Station is a railway station on the Hakodate Main Line in Otaru, Japan, operated by Hokkaido Railway Company. The station is numbered S17. Ranshima Station is served by the Hakodate Main Line and is 237.9 km from the start of the line at Hakodate. The station has two side platforms connected by an overpass. Kitaca is not available. A Kan ` sells some types of tickets. Ranshima Station opened on 12 December 1902 when the private Hokkaido Railway established a track between it and Shikaribetsu. By 28 June 1903, the track had been extended north from here to Otaru Chūō. By 19 Oct 1904, link ups to the track south of Shikaribetsu had allowed through traffic all the way to Hakodate. After the Hokkaido Railway was nationalized on 1 July 1907, Japanese Government Railways took over control of the station. On 12 October 1909 the station became part of the Hakodate Main Line. On 1 April 1987, with the privatization of Japanese National Railways, the successor of JGR, the station came under the control of JR Hokkaido.
From 1 October 2007, station numbering was introduced on JR Hokkaido lines, with Ranshima Station becoming "S17"
Raihai Station is a railway station in the city of Kashiwazaki, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Raihai Station is served by the Echigo Line and is 15.0 kilometers from the terminus of the line at Kashiwazaki Station. The station consists of a single ground-level side platform serving one bi-directional track, connected to the station building by a level crossing; the station is unattended. Suica farecard cannot be used at this station. Raihai Station opened on 16 December 1913. With the privatization of Japanese National Railways on 1 April 1987, the station came under the control of JR East. Former Nishiyama Town Office Raihai Post Office List of railway stations in Japan JR East station information
Rikuchū-Yagi Station is a railway station on the Hachinohe Line in the town of Hirono, Kunohe District, Iwate Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by the East Japan Railway Company. Rikuchū-Yagi Station is served by the Hachinohe Line, is 43.1 kilometers from the terminus of the line at Hachinohe Station. Rikuchū-Yagi Station has two opposed ground-level side platforms serving two tracks; the platforms are connected to the station building by a level crossing. The station is unattended. Rikuchū-Yagi Station opened on 1 November 1925. With the privatization of Japanese National Railways on 1 April 1987, the station came under the control of JR East; the station was made unstaffed from 10 December 2005. A new station building and waiting room was completed in March 2008. Bus services to Kuji and Samuraihama are operated by JR Bus Tohoku Company. Yagi Post Office List of railway stations in Japan Official website
Rikuzen-Minato Station was a JR East railway station located in Minamisanriku, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. The station was destroyed by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, services have now been replaced by a provisional Bus Rapid Transit line. Rikuzen-Minato Station was served by the Kesennuma Line, was located 44.9 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Maeyachi Station. Rikuzen-Minato Station had a single side platform serving traffic in both directions; the station was unattended. Rikuzen-Minato Station opened on 11 December 1977; the station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of the Japan National Railways on April 1, 1987. Operations were discontinued after the station was damaged by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, rail services have now been replaced by a Bus Rapid Transit Line. Japan National Route 45 Media related to Rikuzen-Minato Station at Wikimedia Commons JR East Station information "JR気仙沼線 【前面展望 ４】 本吉⇒歌津". YouTube.com. Retrieved 2011-04-26.
Video of a train trip from Motoyoshi Station to Utatsu Station in 2009, passing through Rikuzen-Koizumi Station, Kurauchi Station, Rikuzen-Minato Station at around 02:35, 03:55, 05:17 minutes without stopping. Satellite photos showed that large sections of track and railway bridges were affected or washed away by the 2011 tsunami. Motoyoshi Station was undamaged, Rikuzen-Koizumi Station was destroyed, Kurauchi Station was damaged, Rikuzen-Minato Station was destroyed
Rikuchū-Noda Station is a railway station on the Rias Line in the village of Noda, Japan, operated by the third-sector railway operator Sanriku Railway. Rikuchū-Noda Station is served by the 71.0 km Rias Line between Miyako and Kuji, lies 151.9 km from the starting point of the line at Sakari Station. Rikuchū-Noda Station has a single island platform serving two tracks; the station is staffed. Rikuchū-Noda Station opened on 20 July 1975 as a station on the Japanese National Railways Kuji Line. On 1 April 1984, the station was transferred to the control of the third-sector Sanriku Railway. Minami-Rias Line, a portion of Yamada Line, Kita-Rias Line constitute Rias Line on 23 March 2019. Accordingly,this station became an intermediate station of Rias Line. National Route 45 Rikuchū-Noda Roadside station Noda Village Hall Noda Post Office List of railway stations in Japan Official website
Rikuchū-Ōhashi Station is a railway station on the Kamaishi Line in the city of Kamaishi, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Rikuchū-Ōhashi Station is served by the Kamaishi Line, is located 73.7 kilometers from the starting point of the line at Hanamaki Station. Rikuchū-Ōhashi Station has a single island platform. There is no longer a station building, but only a small shelter on the platform; the station is unattended. Rikuchū-Ōhashi Station opened on 11 October 1944; the station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of the Japanese National Railways on 1 April 1987. National Route 283 Rikuchū-Ōhashi Post Office Site of Kamaishi Copper Mine List of railway stations in Japan Official website
Rikuzen-Shirasawa Station is a railway station on the Senzan Line in Aoba-ku, Miyagi Prefecture, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Rikuzen-Shirasawa Station is served by the Senzan Line, is located 20.6 kilometers from the starting point of the line at Sendai. Rikuzen-Shirasawa Station has two opposed side platforms connected to the station building by a level crossing; the station is unattended. Rikuzen-Shirasawa Station opened on 30 August 1931; the station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of Japanese National Railways on 1 April 1987. National Route 457 List of railway stations in Japan Official website