Fuji Station north exit April 2018
|Location||Honchō 1-1, Fuji-shi, Shizuoka-ken|
|Distance||146.2 km from Tokyo|
|Platforms||3 island platform|
|Opened||April 21, 1909|
Fuji Station is served by the JR Tōkai Tōkaidō Main Line, and is located 146.2 kilometers from the official starting point of the line at Tokyo. It is also the southern terminus of the Minobu Line. The station also is a freight terminal for the Japan Freight Railway Company.
Fuji Station has three island platforms serving six tracks, which are connected each other a footbridge, which leads to station building, which is also constructed over the tracks. The station building has automated ticket machines, TOICA automated turnstiles and a manned "Midori no Madoguchi" service counter.
|1||■ Minobu Line||Fujinomiya・Minobu・Kōfu|
|2||■ Limited Express Fujikawa||Shizuoka・Fujinomiya・Minobu・Kōfu|
|3||■ Tōkaidō Main Line||Shizuoka ・ Shimada ・ Hamamatsu ・ Numazu ・ Atami|
|4||■ Home Liner Numazu||Numazu|
|5||■ Limited Express Nagara||Shizuoka・ Nagoya ・Ogaki|
|6||■ Tōkaidō Main Line||Numazu ・ Atami|
|Central Japan Railway Company|
|Tōkaidō Main Line|
|Shizuoka||Sleeper Limited Express Sunrise Seto & Sunrise Izumo||Numazu|
|Shimizu||Limited Express Fujikawa||Minobu Line|
|Tōkaidō Main Line||Limited Express Fujikawa||Fujinomiya|
In 1889, when the section of the Tōkaidō Main Line connecting Shizuoka with Kōzu was completed, stations were built at Suzukawa (Yoshiwara) and Iwabuchi (Fujikawa), with Kashima village in between without a train station. Due to the strong petition of the local residents, and political pressure applied by Oji Paper Company, who had established a paper mill nearby, a station was opened on April 21, 1909 and named “Fuji Station”. The terminus of the Minobu Line was established at Fuji Station on July 13, 1913. The station building was rebuilt in 1964. Container freight services began operations from 1994.
In fiscal 2017, the station was used by an average of 9462 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).
- 静岡県統計年鑑2017(平成29年)) (PDF) (in Japanese). Japan: Shizuoka Prefecture. 2018. Retrieved 5 July 2019.
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