|Location|| Yamashina, Kyoto, Kyoto |
Yamashina Station (山科駅, Yamashina-eki) is a train station in Yamashina-ku ward, city of Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.
The station has two separated sections: underground subway section and above-ground JR section. In addition, Keihan Yamashina Station ( 京阪山科駅 , Keihan Yamashina-eki) on the Keishin Line of Keihan Electric Railway is located just in front of the JR station. This article also covers the Keihan station.
The JR station has two island platforms with four tracks.
|1||■ JR Kyōto Line||for Kyoto and Osaka|
(trains from the Kosei Line, limited express "Biwako Express", part of special rapid service)
Kansai Airport Limited Express "Haruka 3" for Kansai Airport
|2||■ JR Kyōto Line||for Kyoto and Osaka (trains from the Biwako Line)|
|3||■ Biwako Line||for Kusatsu and Maibara (local trains, special rapid service)|
|■ Kosei Line||for Katata and Ōmi-Imazu|
|4||■ Biwako Line||for Kusatsu and Maibara (special rapid service in the morning, limited express "Biwako Express")|
|■ through to the Kusatsu Line||for Kusatsu and Kibukawa|
|■ Kosei Line||for Katata and Ōmi-Imazu (part of trains in the rush hour)|
The subway station has an island platform with two tracks.
|1||■ Tōzai Line||for Karasuma Oike and Uzumasa Tenjingawa|
|2||■ Tōzai Line||for Daigo and Rokujizō|
The Keihan station has two side platforms with two tracks.
|north side||■ Keishin Line||for Hamaōtsu |
Change trains at Hamaotsu for Ishiyamadera and Sakamoto
|south side||■ Keishin Line||for Sanjō Keihan, Kyōto Shiyakusho-mae and Uzumasa Tenjingawa |
Change trains at Sanjo Keihan for the Keihan Line (Demachiyanagi, Osaka (Yodoyabashi, Nakanoshima))
|West Japan Railway Company (JR West) (Yamashina)|
|Tōkaidō Line (Biwako Line)|
|Limited Express "Hida": Does not stop at this station|
|Ōtsu||Special Rapid Service||Kyoto|
|Kyoto||Special Rapid Service||Ōtsukyō|
|Kyoto Municipal Subway (Yamashina)|
|Tōzai Line (T07)|
|Higashino (T06)||-||Misasagi (T08)|
|Keihan Electric Railway (Keihan Yamashina)|
|Keishin Line (OT31)|
|Misasagi (T08)||-||Shinomiya (OT32)|
|Japanese Government Railway Tōkaidō Line (Old route)|
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