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Station building (railway facilities are underground)
|Location||Gokencho, Higashiyama, Kyoto, Kyoto |
|Operated by||Keihan Electric Railway|
|Connections||Sanjō Keihan Station (Kyoto Subway Tōzai Line)|
|Passengers (FY2015 )||14.8 million|
Sanjō Station (三条駅, Sanjō-eki) is the main Keihan Electric Railway station in Kyoto. It connects with Sanjo Keihan Station on the Kyoto Subway Tozai Line. It was opened for service on October 27, 1915, and has been in service ever since. Sanjo Station is located in the Higashiyama Ward, in Kyoto City. The station offers quick access to the Gion district and the main shopping district on Sanjo-dori.
The station was also a terminal of the Keishin Line, which was replaced by the Tōzai Line subway in 1997.
There are two island platforms with four tracks under Kawabata Dori.
|1, 2||■ north-eastbound|
|3, 4||■ south-westbound|
|for Chūshojima, Hirakatashi, Yodoyabashi and Nakanoshima|
|Keihan Electric Railway (KH40)|
|Keihan Main Line, Ōtō Line|
|Gion-Shijō (Keihan Line, KH39)||Local||Jingū-Marutamachi (Ōtō Line, KH41)|
|Gion-Shijo (Keihan Line, KH39)||Sub Express|
Commuter Sub Express for Yodoyabashi or Nakanoshima (in the morning on weekdays)
|Jingū-Marutamachi (Ōtō Line, KH41)|
|Gion-Shijo (Keihan Line, KH39)||Express||Jingū-Marutamachi (Ōtō Line, KH41)|
|Gion-Shijō (Keihan Line, KH39)||Rapid Express|
Commuter Rapid Express for Nakanoshima (in the morning on weekdays)
|Demachiyanagi (Ōtō Line, KH42)|
|Gion-Shijō (Keihan Line, KH39)||Limited Express||Demachiyanagi (Ōtō Line, KH42)|
|Gion-Shijō (Keihan Line, KH39)||Rapid Limited Express|
(on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays during the tourist seasons and new year period)
|Demachiyanagi (Ōtō Line, KH42)|
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