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|Location||211 Tsuge-machi, Iga City, Mie Prefecture 519-1402|
|Owned by||JR West|
|Operated by||JR West|
|Platforms||1 side platform and 1 island platform|
|Structure type||At grade|
|Opened||19 February 1890|
|Electrified||Kusatsu Line: 1980|
Tsuge Station is served by the Kansai Main Line and is located 79.9 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Nagoya Station and 20.0 rail kilometers from Kameyama Station. It is also terminus of the and Kusatsu Line and is 36.7 rail kilometers from the opposing terminus of that line at Kusatsu Station.
|1||■ Kansai Line||for Kamo and Iga-Ueno|
|2||■ Kansai Line||for Kameyama|
for Kamo (one train only)
|■ Kusatsu Line||for Kyoto and Kusatsu (a few trains in the morning only)|
|3||■ Kusatsu Line||for Osaka and Kyoto, and Kusatsu|
|■ Kansai Line||for Kameyama (one train only)|
Tsuge Station was opened on February 18, 1890 with the extension of the Kansai Railway from Mikumo Station, making it the oldest station within Mie Prefecture. The Kansai Railway was extended to Yokkaichi Station on December 25, 1890 and to Ueno Station on January 15, 1897. The line was nationalized on October 1, 1907, becoming part of the Imperial Government Railways (IGR), which became Japan National Railways (JNR) after World War II. Freight operations were discontinued from August 1, 1972. With the privatization of JNR on April 1, 1987, the station came under the control of JR-West.
In fiscal 2019, the station was used by an average of 308 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).
The old Iga Kaido highway and its post town remain to the south of the station, but no urban area around the station itself.
- 三重県統計書 [Mie Prefectural Statistics] (in Japanese). Japan: Mie Prefecture. 2020. Retrieved 11 August 2020.
Media related to Tsuge Station at Wikimedia Commons
- Official website (in Japanese)