Asuwayama-Koenguchi Station Platform in March 2013
|Location||Keya, Fukui-shi, Fukui-ken 918-8003|
|Operated by||Fukui Railway|
|Line(s)||■ Fukubu Line|
|Distance||18.9 km from Echizen-Takefu|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Opened||November 27, 1950|
|Previous names||Keyamachi (until 1962); Kōenguchi (until 2016)|
The station consists of two ground-level opposed side platforms connected by a level crossing. There is no station building, but rather two raised platforms in the median of Phoenix-dōri (Prefectural Route 30) from which customers board and disembark.
|Fukui Railway Fukubu Line|
|Shokokaigisho-mae||Express||Fukui Castle Ruins-daimyomachi|
|Shokokaigisho-mae||Local||Fukui Castle Ruins-daimyomachi|
The station was opened on October 15, 1933 as Keyamachi Station (毛矢町駅 Keyamachi-eki). On April 1, 1962 Keyamachi Station moved 100 meters towards Kidayotsutsuji Station; renamed to Kōenguchi Station (公園口駅 Kōenguchi-eki). On March 27, 2016: Kōenguchi Station renamed to Asuwayama-Koenguchi Station; promoted to an express train stop.
- The Asuwa River lies to the north, Mount Asuwa to the west — both are popular urban oases. Lining the banks of the Asuwa River are 600 cherry blossom trees stretching 2.2 kilometers. Mount Asuwa is home to several parks, including a small zoo and athletic fields.
- Offices, shops, and homes are clustered around the station.
- Other points of interest include:
- Fukui Keya Post Office
- Fukui Municipal Natural History Museum
- Akemi Tachibana Literature Memorial Museum
- Fukui City Atagozaka Tea Ceremony Museum
- Fukui City Water Museum
- Emori Shōji company headquarters
- Sanai Park