Tokiwa Station (常盤駅) is the name of three train stations in Japan:
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Tokiwa was a village located in Minamitsugaru District in central Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
Otoineppu is a village located in Kamikawa Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan. As of 2013, the village had an estimated population of 831 among 504 households. The total area of Otoineppu is 275.64 square kilometres (106.43 sq mi). Otoineppu designates itself as the "smallest village in Hokkaido".
Kita-Tokiwa Station is a railway station on the Ōu Main Line in the town of Fujisaki, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, operated by the East Japan Railway Company.
Tokiwa (常盤) was the second and last Asama-class armored cruiser built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) in the late 1890s. As Japan lacked the industrial capacity to build such warships herself, the ship was built in Britain. She played minor roles in the Boxer Rebellion of 1900 and World War I, but was very active during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–05 where she participated in the Battle of Port Arthur, the Battle off Ulsan, and the Battle of Tsushima. After the war she was sometimes used as a training ship for naval cadets.
Tokiwa-sō was an apartment building in Toshima, Tokyo, Japan famous for being the early living-quarters of many prominent manga artists.
Ube is a city located in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan on the Seto Inland Sea. As of October 2016, the city has an estimated population of 168,398 and a population density of 590 persons per km2. The total area is 287.69 square kilometres.
Kairakuen Station is a railway station on the Jōban Line in Mito, Ibaraki, Japan, operated by the East Japan Railway Company.
Toyoko Tokiwa is a Japanese photographer best known for her 1957 book of text and photographs Kiken na Adabana, and particularly for its portrayal of the red-light district of post-occupation Yokohama, with US servicemen.
Azumi-Kutsukake Station is a railway station in the city of Ōmachi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company.
Shinano-Tokiwa Station is a railway station on the Ōito Line in the city of Ōmachi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company.
Hadakajima Station is a railway station on the Minobu Line of Central Japan Railway Company located in the town of Minobu, Minamikoma District, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan.
Kai-Tokiwa Station is a railway station on the Minobu Line of Central Japan Railway Company located in the town of Minobu, Minamikoma District, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan.
Tokiwa Station is a train station in Ube, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.
Hitachi (ひたち) is a limited express train service operated in Japan by East Japan Railway Company on the Jōban Line between Shinagawa Station / Ueno Station in Tokyo and Iwaki in Fukushima Prefecture. The Tokiwa service follows the same route but makes additional stops.
Higashi-Kashiwazaki Station is a railway station in the city of Kashiwazaki, Niigata, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company.
Iwaki-Tokiwa Station is a railway station on the Ban'etsu East Line in the city of Tamura, Fukushima Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company.
Tokiwa, usually written 常盤, 常磐, or 常葉, may refer to:
The Tokiwa (ときわ) is a limited express service operated by East Japan Railway Company between Shinagawa in Tokyo and Iwaki via the Joban Line and Ueno-Tokyo Line since 14 March 2015. The services replaced the former Fresh Hitachi services operated on the Joban Line between Ueno and Iwaki. The Tokiwa train service name was also formerly used for semi-express services operated by Japanese National Railways (JNR) from June 1958 until March 1985.
Tokiwa Station is a tram stop in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan. The station is serviced by the Randen Kitano Line that begins at Katabiranotsuji and continues to Kitano-Hakubaichō.
Tokiwa Station is a train station in the city of Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Mizushima Main Line, operated by the Mizushima Rinkai Railway. Currently, all services stop at this station.