|Location||Shijō-dōri Kawaramachi, Shimogyō, Kyoto, Kyoto |
|Operated by||Hankyu Corporation|
|Line(s)||Kyoto Main Line|
|Connections||Gion-Shijō Station (Keihan Main Line)|
|Passengers (FY2015 )||27.3 million|
Kyoto-kawaramachi Station (京都河原町駅, Kyōto-kawaramachi eki) is the terminal station of the Hankyu Kyoto Main Line of Hankyu in Kyoto City, Japan. The Kawaramachi and Shijo streets cross over the underground station. Gion-Shijo Station on the Keihan Main Line is located beyond the Kamo River.
On October 1, 2019, this station was renamed from Kawaramachi Station (河原町駅).
The station has an island platform serving three tracks underground.
|1||■ Kyoto Line||for Katsura, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka (Umeda), Arashiyama, Kita-Senri, Tengachaya, Kobe , and Takarazuka|
|2||■ Kyoto Line||for Katsura, Takatsuki-shi, and Osaka (Umeda)|
(One local train departs for Osaka (Umeda) every morning, and one local train for Nagaoka-Tenjin on weekdays)
sightseeing limited express trains for Osaka (Umeda)
|3||■ Kyoto Line||for Katsura, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka (Umeda), Arashiyama, Kita-Senri, Tengachaya, Kobe, and Takarazuka|
|Hankyu Kyoto Main Line|
|Karasuma||Commuter Limited Express||Terminus|
|Karasuma||Rapid Limited Express "Kyo-Train", "Ogura"||Terminus|
|Karasuma||Rapid Limited Express A "Kyo-Train"||Terminus|
This station opened as Kawaramachi Station on June 17, 1963; it was renamed to Kyoto-kawaramachi Station on October 1, 2019.
Before the opening of Kawaramachi Station and Karasuma Station, the Hankyu Kyoto Main Line terminated at Ōmiya Station.
In fiscal 2015 (April 2015 to March 2016), approximately 27,320,000 passengers used this station annually. For historical data, see the table below.
The area around the station (Shijō Kawaramachi) is one of the commercial centers of Kyoto. The real estate around the station is the most valuable in Kyoto.[ citation needed ]
The station is attached underground to department stores such as Takashimaya, which has a food market on its basement floor. The station also connects underground to Karasuma Station.
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