Aokura Station

Aokura Station (青倉駅, Aokura-eki) is a train station in Asago, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.[1][page needed][2][page needed] The name Aokura come from Aokura shrine that is about 5 kilometers east of the station and is known as the "God of Eyes" in Japan.[3][page needed]


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LocationAsago, Hyōgo Prefecture
Coordinates35°16′02″N 134°48′42″E / 35.267121°N 134.811694°E / 35.267121; 134.811694Coordinates: 35°16′02″N 134°48′42″E / 35.267121°N 134.811694°E / 35.267121; 134.811694
Operated byJR West
Line(s)Bantan Line
Platforms1 side platform



Aokura Station has a side platform and one track. This platform is used without destinations.[1][page needed][2][page needed]

1 Bantan Line (northbound/southbound)

Adjacent stationsEdit

« Service »
West Japan Railway Company
Bantan Line
Limited Express Hamakaze: Does not stop at this station
Nii   Local   Takeda


  1. ^ a b 兵庫の鉄道全駅 JR・三セク [All stations in Hyogo Prefecture] (in Japanese). Kobe Shimbun Shuppan Center. 2011. ISBN 978-4-343-00602-8.
  2. ^ a b 山陽・山陰ライン 全線・全駅・全配線 第3巻 京都北部・兵庫エリア [Sanyo and San'in Lines - All routes, stations and tracks Volume 3: North Kyoto and Hyogo Areas] (in Japanese). Kodansha. 2012. ISBN 978-4-06-295153-1.
  3. ^ The Compilation Committee of the History of Asago Town (1981). 近代朝来町の歩み 朝来町史 下巻 [The Course of Modern Asago Town: History of Asago Town (the second volume)] (in Japanese). The Board of Education of Asago Town.

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