Agui Station

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Agui Station

阿久比駅
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Agui Station in August 2015
LocationAguiekimae 1-13, Agui-machi, Chita-gun, Aichi-ken 470-2213
Japan
Coordinates 34°55′52″N136°55′07″E / 34.9310°N 136.9186°E / 34.9310; 136.9186 Coordinates: 34°55′52″N136°55′07″E / 34.9310°N 136.9186°E / 34.9310; 136.9186
Line(s) Meitetsu Kōwa Line
Distance10.6 kilometers from Ōtagawa
Platforms2 island platforms
Other information
StatusStaffed
Station codeKC08
Website Official website
History
OpenedJuly 21, 1983
Traffic
Passengers (FY2017)3207 daily
Location
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Agui Station
Location within Aichi Prefecture
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Agui Station (Japan)
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Platforms

Agui Station (阿久比駅, Agui-eki) is a railway station in the town of Agui, Chita District, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, operated by Meitetsu.

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Lines

Agui Station is served by the Meitetsu Kōwa Line, and is located 10.6 kilometers from the starting point of the line at Ōtagawa. [1]

Station layout

The station has two island platforms connected by a footbridge. The station is staffed.

Platforms

1  Meitetsu Kōwa Line For Chita Handa, Kōwa, and Utsumi
2 Meitetsu Kōwa LineFor Chita Handa, Kōwa, and Utsumi
3 Meitetsu Kōwa LineFor Ōtagawa, Meitetsu Nagoya, Meitetsu Gifu, and Inuyama
4 Meitetsu Kōwa LineFor Ōtagawa, Meitetsu Nagoya, Meitetsu Gifu, and Inuyama

Adjacent stations

Service
Meitetsu Kōwa Line
Ōtagawa  Limited Express  Chita Handa
Tatsumigaoka  Rapid Express  Sumiyoshichō
Tatsumigaoka Express Sumiyoshichō
Tatsumigaoka Local Express Sumiyoshichō
Sakabe  Local  Uedai

Station history

Agui Station was opened on July 21, 1983, replacing neighboring Mukuoka Station (椋岡駅, Mukuoka-eki), which was located in an inconvenient location from the town center and which was closed. In July 2006, the Tranpass system of magnetic fare cards with automatic turnstiles was implemented.

Passenger statistics

In fiscal 2017, the station was used by an average of 3207 passengers daily (boarding passengers only). [2]

Surrounding area

See also

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References

  1. 阿久比 [Agui] (in Japanese). Nagoya Railroad. Retrieved 27 February 2015.
  2. 町内鉄道各駅乗車人員数 (PDF) (in Japanese). Japan: Agui Town. 2019. Retrieved 5 September 2019.