Odawara Station

Odawara Station (小田原駅, Odawara-eki) is a railway station in Odawara, Kanagawa, Japan. It is a gateway station to the Hakone area.

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Odawara Station

小田原駅
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Location1 Sakaechō, Odawara, Kanagawa
Japan
Operated by
Line(s)
ConnectionsBus terminal
History
Opened1920
Services
Preceding station   JR Central   Following station
(Limited service)
toward Shin-Ōsaka
Tōkaidō Shinkansen
Hikari
(Limited service)
toward Tokyo
toward Shin-Ōsaka
Tōkaidō Shinkansen
Commuter services
Preceding station   JR East   Following station
JT20
Saphir Odoriko
(Limited service)
YHMJT05
toward Tokyo or Shinjuku
JT20
Odoriko
OFNJT07
toward Tokyo
TerminusShonan Liner
JT14
toward Tokyo
Tōkaidō Line
  Commuter Rapid
JT17
toward Atami
Tōkaidō Line
Rapid Acty
Tōkaidō Line
  Local & Rapid Rabbit/Urban
JT15
toward Tokyo
TerminusOhayō Liner Shinjuku
JT14
toward Shinjuku
Home Liner Odawara
One-way operation
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
  Special Rapid
JT14
toward Maebashi
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
  Rapid (Tōkaidō & Takasaki Lines)
JT15
toward Maebashi
Odakyu
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Terminus
Romancecar
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toward Shinjuku or Kita-Senju
TerminusOdawara Line
Rapid Express
Express
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toward Shinjuku
Odawara Line
Local
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Hakone Tozan Line
Local
through to Odawara Line
Izuhakone Railway
TerminusDaiyūzan Line
toward Daiyūzan
Location
Odawara Station is located in Kanagawa Prefecture
Odawara Station
Odawara Station
Location within Kanagawa Prefecture
Odawara Station is located in Japan
Odawara Station
Odawara Station
Odawara Station (Japan)

LinesEdit

This station is served by following lines.

Station layoutEdit

 
Odakyu platforms
 
Tokaido Shinkansen platforms

The JR companies have staffed Midori no Madoguchi ticket offices and seat reservation counters.

Izu-Hakone Railway platformsEdit

1,2  Daiyuzan Line Sagami-Numata and Daiyuzan

JR East platformsEdit

3 JT Tokaido Line for Atami, Numazu
JT Itō Line for Itō
4 JT Tokaido Line for Atami, Numazu
JT Itō Line for Itō
JT Tokaido Line
(Ueno-Tokyo Line)
for Kōzu, Hiratsuka, Yokohama, Tokyo, Ueno, Ōmiya
JU Utsunomiya Line for Utsunomiya and Kuroiso
JU Takasaki Line for Takasaki and Maebashi
5, 6 JT Tokaido Line
(Ueno-Tokyo Line)
for Kōzu, Hiratsuka, Yokohama, Tokyo, Ueno, Ōmiya
JU Utsunomiya Line for Utsunomiya and Kuroiso
JU Takasaki Line for Takasaki and Maebashi
JS Shōnan-Shinjuku Line for Yokohama, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, Ōmiya and Takasaki (via JU Takasaki Line)

Odakyu and Hakone Tozan platformsEdit

7  Hakone Tozan Line for Hakone-Yumoto (Change trains for Gora)
 Odakyu Odawara Line Terminating trains
8  Odakyu Odawara Line alighting
(platform 9 uses the same track)
9  Odakyu Odawara Line for Shin-Matsuda, Sagami-Ōno, Machida, Shinjuku
C Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line for Otemachi, Kita-Senju and Ayase (via Yoyogi-Uehara)
JL Joban Line (Local) for Matsudo, Kashiwa and Toride (via Ayase)
(platform 8 uses the same track)
10  Odakyu Odawara Line for Shin-Matsuda, Sagami-Ōno, Machida, Shinjuku
C Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line for Otemachi, Kita-Senju and Ayase (via Yoyogi-Uehara)
JL Joban Line (Local) for Matsudo, Kashiwa and Toride (via Ayase)
11  Hakone Tozan Line for Hakone-Yumoto (Change trains for Gora)

JR Central platformsEdit

13  Tokaido Shinkansen for Nagoya, Kyoto, Shin-Osaka
Sanyo Shinkansen for Shin-Kobe, Okayama and Hiroshima
14  Tokaido Shinkansen for Shin-Yokohama, Shinagawa and Tokyo

HistoryEdit

What is now the JR East station opened on 21 October 1920. [1] The Odakyu Electric Railway station opened on 1 April 1927.[2]

AccidentsEdit

In April 2002, a person was hit and killed by a non-stop up train at the station after climbing down from the platform onto the shinkansen track.[3]

In July 2007, a person was hit and killed by a non-stop train at the station after climbing down from the platform onto the shinkansen track.[3]

In December 2008, a woman was hit and killed by a down non-stop train at the station after climbing down from the platform onto the shinkansen track.[3]

In April 2009, a man was hit and killed by a down non-stop train at the station after climbing down from the platform onto the shinkansen track.[3]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 日本国有鉄道停車場一覧 [JNR Station Directory]. Japan: Japanese National Railways. 1985. p. 20. ISBN 4-533-00503-9.
  2. ^ Terada, Hirokazu (19 January 2013). データブック日本の私鉄 [Databook: Japan's Private Railways]. Japan: Neko Publishing. p. 237. ISBN 978-4-7770-1336-4.
  3. ^ a b c d Sato, Yuichi (July 2011). 鉄道人身事故データブック2002-2009 [Railway Accident Data Book 2002-2009]. Japan: Tsugeshobo. p. 27. ISBN 978-4-8068-0620-2.

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 35°15′23″N 139°09′18″E / 35.25639°N 139.15500°E / 35.25639; 139.15500