(See other stations in Yamagata)
|Neighborhood etc.||9-46, Miyamachi 1-chōme|
|Line(s)||Ōu Main Line
|Statistics||1,621 passengers/day (2010)|
|There is a bus stop near this station|
|1||■Ōu Main Line (Yamagata Line)||(Main line) for Yamagata, Fukushima and Shinjō|
|2||■Ōu Main Line (Yamagata Line)||(Sub line)|
|3||■Senzan Line||(Main line) for Yamagata and Sendai|
|4||■Senzan Line||(Sub line)|
|5||■Aterazawa Line||for Yamagata|
|6||■Aterazawa Line||for Sagae and Aterazawa|
- Manneken Pis in front of the east entrance
- Yamagata Civic Athletic Field
- Yamagata-ken Gokoku Jinja
- Chōkai Gassan Ryōshogū
- 20 July 1921: Station began operation as a station of Aterazawa light railway line.
- 22 September 1922: Aterazawa light railway line was renamed to Aterazawa Line.
- 11 September 1927: Ōu Main Line station opened.
- 17 October 1933: Senzan West Line opened.
|Ōu Main Line (Yamagata Line)|
- (Japanese) Kita-Yamagata Station (JR East)
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