Tsukimiyama Station

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Tsukimiyama Station

Tsukimiyama Station (月見山駅, Tsukimiyama-eki) is a train station in Suma-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.

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Adjacent stations

«Service»
Sanyo Electric Railway
Main Line
Higashi-Suma  Sanyo Local  Sumadera
Higashi-Suma Hanshin Local Sumadera
Higashi-Suma Hanshin Limited Express Sumadera
Itayado  Sanyo S Limited Express  Sanyo Suma
Itayado Through Limited Express (yellow marking) Sanyo Suma
Itayado Through Limited Express (red marking) Sanyo Suma

Coordinates: 34°39′01″N135°07′19″E / 34.6502°N 135.1219°E / 34.6502; 135.1219


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