Hitoyoshi Station

Hitoyshi Station

Hitoyoshi Station. The clock in front references Hitoyoshi Castle. It opens up on the hour and 17 mechanical dolls dressed in Edo attire appear to the accompaniment of an old folk song

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Hitoyoshi Station in Kumamoto is on the Hisatsu Line and is the terminus for several scenic trains: the Kawasemi Yamasemi, Isaburo Shinpei and Hitoyoshi SL.

Operating on the same route but running three times a day everyday is the Kawasemi Yamasemi , a two car diesel train with unique, stylish wooden interiors and a variety of seating styles.

Starting from Hitoyoshi and heading over the mountains to Yoshimatsu via a series of switchbacks is the Isaburo Shinpei Train, like the Kawasemi Yamasemi, it's a two carriage diesel train that has extra-large windows that showcase great views of the the Kirishima Mountains in Miyazaki.

The Tourist Information Office in the station can help with all kinds of bookings, rooms, and boat trips etc.

Open from 9 am to 5 pm everyday.

326-1 Nakaaoimachi, Hitoyoshi-shi, Kumamoto 868-0008

Tel: 0966 22 2411

Hitoyoshi Tourist Info

Hitoyoshi Tourist Information Office in Hitoyoshi Station

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