Sayo Station

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Sayo Station

佐用駅
Sayo Station 01.jpg
Sayo Station, October 2008
LocationSayō, Sayō, Sayō, Hyōgo
(兵庫県佐用郡佐用町佐用)
Japan
Coordinates 35°00′14″N134°21′24″E / 35.0038°N 134.3568°E / 35.0038; 134.3568 Coordinates: 35°00′14″N134°21′24″E / 35.0038°N 134.3568°E / 35.0038; 134.3568
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History
Opened1935
Station platforms and train, 2019 Sayo Station platforms and train - Aug 14 2029 820am 08 23 55 840000.jpeg
Station platforms and train, 2019

Sayo Station (佐用駅, Sayo-eki) is a railway station in Sayō, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, jointly operated by West Japan Railway Company (JR West) and the third-sector railway operator Chizu Express.

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Lines

Sayo Station is served by the JR West Kishin Line and by the Chizu Express Chizu Line.

Station layout

The station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office.

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Kishin Line
Harima-Tokusa  Local  Kōzuki
Chizu Express Chizu Line
Kuzaki  Local  Hirafuku
Kamigori Limited Express Super Hakuto  Ohara
Kamigori  Limited Express Super Inaba   Ohara

History

Sayo Station opened on 30 July 1935. [1]

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References

  1. 日本国有鉄道停車場一覧[JNR Station Directory]. Japan: Japanese National Railways. 1985. p. 66. ISBN   4-533-00503-9.