Tsukida Station

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Tsukida Station

月田駅
Tukida ekisya.jpg
Tsukida Station, January 2008
Location Maniwa, Okayama
Japan
Coordinates 35°02′54″N133°40′01″E / 35.0483°N 133.6669°E / 35.0483; 133.6669 Coordinates: 35°02′54″N133°40′01″E / 35.0483°N 133.6669°E / 35.0483; 133.6669
Operated by West Japan Railway Company
Line(s) Kishin Line

Tsukida Station(月田駅,Tsukida-eki) is a train station in the city of Maniwa, Okayama Prefecture, Japan.

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Adjacent stations

«Service»
JR West
Kishin Line
Chūgoku-Katsuyama  Rapid  Tomihara
Chūgoku-Katsuyama Local Tomihara

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