A station on the main line of the local electric railway, located in Uozu City. It is an overhead station, built in 1936, located on the 3rd floor of the Dentetsu-Uozu Station Building.
Ikebukuro Station is a train station located in the Ikebukuro district of Toshima, Tokyo, and is the second-busiest train station in the world after Shinjuku Station. It opened in 1903 and serves 8 rail lines and subways.
A small railway station in Nagano Prefecture.
Also known as: Kin-Nara, Kin-Na
The terminal train station of the Kintetsu Nara Line which houses four platforms with four tracks underground. It opened as a temporary station on the Osaka Electric Railway in 1914 and today serves close to 70,000 people per day.
A railroad station located in central Kooriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture. It is a terminal station for many of the bullet train lines of Northeast Japan.
A five-track railway station located in Nara City operated by the West Japan Railway Company (JR West). It opened in 1890.
Takao Station is an above-ground JR East/Keiou railway station located in Hachiouji City, Tokyo. It serves around 58,700 people per day for the two companies.
A train station located in the Tokyo metropolitan area, called the doorway to Tokyo. It is one of the busiet train stations in Japan, with more than 4000 arrivals and departures daily. The station opened in 1914 and is a massive complex with underground passageways to surrounding commercial and shopping buildings.
The eastern entrance into Tokyo Station, located in the center of the Tokyo metropolitan area.