Kizu Station (Kyoto)
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Kizu Station (木津駅, Kizu-eki) is a four-way junction station of West Japan Railway Company (JR West) in Kizugawa, Kyoto, Japan. Although the station is on the junction of three lines: the Nara Line, the Katamachi Line, and Kansai Main Line as of rail infrastructure, it is served by the Nara Line, the Gakkentoshi Line, and the Yamatoji Line in terms of passenger train services. Most of the Gakkentoshi Line train service terminates here, while some of it extends through the Nara Line to Nara Station. It has the station numbers "JR-Q38" (Yamatoji Line), "JR-D19" (Nara Line) and "JR-H18" (Gakkentoshi Line).
|JR West commuter rail station|
Kizu Station in January 2012
|Location||116-2, Kizu-ikeda, Kizugawa |
|Owned by||JR West|
|Operated by||JR West|
|Platforms||2 island platforms|
|Train operators||JR West|
|Structure type||At grade|
|Disabled access||Yes (1 elevator and 2 escalators for each exit, 1 elevator and 2 escalators for each platform, and 1 accessible bathroom inside the gate)|
|Opened||13 March 1896|
The station consists of four tracks and two island platforms. The platforms are connected by an overpass.
|1||●Gakkentoshi Line||Kyōbashi, Amagasaki, Takarazuka|
|●Nara Line||Uji, Kyoto|
|●Yamatoji line||Nara, Oji, Tennouji, Osaka|
According to the Kyoto Prefecture statistical report, the average number of passengers per day is as follows.
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