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Nagasaki Station forecourt in December 2011
|Location||Onoue-machi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki|
|Operated by||JR Kyushu|
|Line(s)||Nagasaki Main Line|
|Passengers (FY2016)||10,650 daily|
|Rank||13th (among JR Kyushu stations)|
The station has three platforms serving five tracks.
|0-4||■ Nagasaki Main Line||for Isahaya, Ōmura, Huis Ten Bosch, Haiki, and Sasebo|
|■ Nagasaki Main Line||for Kikitsu, Isahaya, Hizen-Yamaguchi, Saga, and Tosu|
|■ Kamome limited express||for Saga and Hakata|
|Nagasaki Main Line|
The station was opened on 5 April 1905 when the railway was extended from the former Nagasaki Station to the present station. The former station, opened in 1897, was renamed Urakami Station.
- 5 April 1905 - Opened by Kyushu Railway.
- 1 July 1907 - The railways are nationalized and the station becomes part of Japanese Government Railways.
- 12 October 1909 – Japanese National Railways (JNR) renames the line the Nagasaki Main Line (長崎本線).
- 9 August 1945 – Station damaged in the atomic bombing of the city.
- June 1969 – The elevated station is completed.
- 6 June 1976 – The track between Tosu and Nagasaki is electrified.
- 1 April 1987 – JNR is privatized and the station is inherited by JR Kyushu.
- Nagasaki Electric Tramway Nagasaki-Ekimae tram stop
- Nagasaki Ken-ei Bus Terminal
- JR Kyushu Nagasaki Railway Division Nagasaki transportation center
- National Route 202
- Amu Plaza Nagasaki
- JR Kyushu Hotel Nagasaki
- Hotel New Nagasaki
- Nishi Kyushu Daiichi Hotel
- Twenty-six Martyrs of Japan
- NHK Nagasaki Broadcasting Station
- Nagasaki Chūō Post Office
In fiscal 2016, the station was used by an average of 10,650 passengers daily (boarding passengers only), and it ranked 13th among the busiest stations of JR Kyushu.