Asa Station

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Asa Station

厚狭駅
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Location8-3 Okita, Asa, Sanyō-Onoda, Yamaguchi
Japan
Coordinates Coordinates: 34°03′12″N131°09′35″E / 34.0532816°N 131.1597634°E / 34.0532816; 131.1597634
Operated by JR logo (west).svg JR West
Line(s)
Connections
  • Bus stop
History
Opened3 December 1900
Passengers
FY20091,681 daily[ citation needed ]
Location
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Asa Station
Location within Japan

Asa Station (厚狭駅, Asa-eki) is a railway station in San'yō-Onoda, Yamaguchi, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company (JR West).

Contents

Lines

Asa Station is served by the Sanyō Shinkansen and Sanyō Main Line, and also forms the terminus of the Mine Line.

Station layout

The station has seven regular tracks (for the Sanyō Main Line and Mine Line) and two Shinkansen tracks.

Platforms

1Mine Linefor Mine and Nagatoshi
Sanyō Main Linefor Shimonoseki and Kokura
2Sanyō Main Linefor Ube, Shin-Yamaguchi, and Tokuyama
For Shimonoseki ・ Kokura
Mine Linefor Mine and Nagatoshi
6Sanyō Main Linefor Ube, Shin-Yamaguchi, and Tokuyama
7Sanyō Main Linefor Shimonoseki and Kokura
11Sanyō Shinkansenfor Hiroshima, Okayama, and Shin-Ōsaka
12Sanyō Shinkansenfor Kokura and Hakata

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Sanyō Shinkansen
Shin-Yamaguchi Kodama Shin-Shimonoseki
Sanyō Main Line
Onoda - Habu
Mine Line
Terminus- Yunotō

History

The station opened on 3 December 1900. The Sanyō Shinkansen station opened on 13 March 1999.


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