Mimasaka-Emi Station

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Mimasaka-Emi

美作江見
JRW mimasaka-emi sta enclosure.jpg
West Japan Railway Kishin Line Mimasaka-emi Station enclosure
Location Mimasaka, Okayama
Japan
Coordinates Coordinates: 35°00′47″N134°13′11″E / 35.0131°N 134.2198°E / 35.0131; 134.2198
Operated by West Japan Railway Company
Line(s) Kishin Line
Services
Kishin Line
Mimasaka-Doi  Rapid  Narahara
Mimasaka-Doi Local Narahara

Mimasaka-Emi Station (美作江見駅, Mimasaka-Emi-eki) is a train station in Mimasaka, Okayama Prefecture, Japan.

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