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Kōshienguchi Station, April 2020
|Location||1-36 Kōshienguchi Nichōme, Nishinomiya, Hyōgo |
|Coordinates||34°44′20″N135°22′27″E / 34.7389°N 135.3742°E Coordinates: 34°44′20″N135°22′27″E / 34.7389°N 135.3742°E|
|Operated by||West Japan Railway Company|
|Line(s)||Tōkaidō Line (JR Kobe Line)|
Kōshienguchi Station (甲子園口駅, Kōshienguchi-eki) is a railway station in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.
Despite the station's name roughly translating to “Koshien Stadium Entrance”, it is located nowhere near the venue, and a bus is required to reach it. The name is derived from the neighborhood the station is in, which is also called Kōshienguchi despite being distant from the stadium.
The elevated station has two island platforms; one is for Osaka-bound trains and the other is for Kobe-bound trains.
|1||■ JR Kobe Line||for Sannomiya and Himeji|
|2||■ JR Kobe Line||returning for Amagasaki, Osaka and Kitashinchi|
|3||■ JR Kobe Line||for Amagasaki, Osaka and Kitashinchi|
|4||■ JR Kobe Line||passing trains|
|West Japan Railway Company (JR West)|
|Tōkaidō Line (JR Kobe Line)|
|Tachibana (JR-A50)||Local||Nishinomiya (JR-A52)|
|Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station|
|Special Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station|
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