|Regional rail station|
|Location||198, Miyuki-chō, Kameyama City, Mie Prefecture 519-0155|
|Owned by||JR Central|
|Operated by|| JR Central|
JR West (Kansai Main Line tracks to Nara)
|Platforms||1 side platform + 2 island platforms|
|Structure type||At grade|
|Disabled access||Yes (1 elevator for the each platform and 1 accessible bathroom)|
|Website||JR Central website|
JR West website
|Opened||25 December 1890|
Kameyama Station is served by the Kansai Main Line and is located 59.9 kilometers from Nagoya Station on the Kansai Main Line. It is also the northern terminal station of the Kisei Main Line and is located 180.2 kilometers from the opposing terminal of the JR Central portion of the line at Shingū Station and 384.2 kilometers from the ultimate terminal of the JR West portion of the line at Wakayamashi Station.
|1||■ Kansai Line||for Yokkaichi, Kuwana and Nagoya|
|2||■ Kansai Line||for Yokkaichi, Kuwana and Nagoya|
|3||■ Kansai Line||for Yokkaichi, Kuwana and Nagoya|
|■ Kansai Line||for Kamo and Iga-Ueno|
|4||■ Kisei Line||for Shingū, Toba, Iseshi, Misedani, and Taki (partly)|
|■ Kansai Line||for Kamo (2nd and 3rd trains only)|
|5||■ Kisei Line||for Shingū, Toba, Iseshi, Misedani, and Taki|
|■ Kansai Line||for Kamo (1st train only)|
Kameyama Station was opened on December 25, 1890, as a station on the Kansai Railway. The Kansai Railway was nationalized on October 1, 1907, and the station became part of the Imperial Government Railways (IGR) system. A new station building was completed on November 3, 1913. The IGR became Japan National Railways (JNR) after World War II. The station was absorbed into the JR Central network upon the privatization of JNR on April 1, 1987. A new station building was completed in 2012.
In fiscal 2019, the station was used by an average of 2,156 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).
- Kameyama Shrine
- Kameyama Castle Ruins
- Kameyama City Hall
- Kameyama Museum of History
- Kameyama City Library
- 三重県統計書 [Mie Prefectural Statistics] (in Japanese). Japan: Mie Prefecture. 2020. Retrieved 11 August 2020.
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