Tajiri Station

Tajiri Station (田尻駅, Tajiri-eki) is a railway station in the city of Ōsaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East).

Tajiri Station

田尻駅
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Tajiri Station, December 2009
Location102-4 Semine Shimoda, Ōsaki-shi, Miyagi-ken 989-4308
Japan
Coordinates38°35′47″N 141°03′33″E / 38.5964°N 141.0591°E / 38.5964; 141.0591Coordinates: 38°35′47″N 141°03′33″E / 38.5964°N 141.0591°E / 38.5964; 141.0591
Operated byJR logo (east).svg JR East
Line(s) Tōhoku Main Line
Distance401.1 km from Tokyo
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeAt grade
Other information
StatusUnstaffed
WebsiteOfficial website
History
OpenedDecember 25, 1908
Passengers
FY2017434 daily
Services
Preceding station JR logo (east).svg JR East Following station
Kogota
towards Kuroiso
Tōhoku Line
Local
Semine
towards Morioka
Location
Tajiri Station is located in Miyagi Prefecture
Tajiri Station
Tajiri Station
Location within Miyagi Prefecture
Tajiri Station is located in Japan
Tajiri Station
Tajiri Station
Tajiri Station (Japan)

LinesEdit

Tajiri Station is served by the Tōhoku Main Line, and is located 401.1 rail kilometers from the official starting point of the line at Tokyo Station.

Station layoutEdit

The station has two ground-level opposed side platforms connected to the station building by a footbridge. The station is unattended.

PlatformsEdit

1  Tōhoku Main Line for Ishikoshi and Ichinoseki
2  Tōhoku Main Line for Kogota and Sendai

HistoryEdit

Tajiri Station opened on December 25, 1908. The station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of the Japanese National Railways (JNR) on April 1, 1987.

Passenger statisticsEdit

In fiscal 2017, the station was used by an average of 434 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).[1]

Surrounding areaEdit

  • Tajiri High School
  • Tajiri Town Hall
  • Tajiri Community Center

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 各駅の乗車人員 (2017年度) [Station passenger figures (Fiscal 2017)] (in Japanese). Japan: East Japan Railway Company. 2018. Retrieved 11 May 2020.

External linksEdit