Kumamoto Station 熊本駅

  • Published on : 16/05/2019
  • by : Japan Experience
Kumamoto Station 1

The South exit for the Shinkansen at Kumamoto Station, Yamaguchi Prefecture

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Kumamoto Station, in Kumamoto city, Kyushu, is on the Kyushu Shinkansen to Hakata, the Hohi Line and JR Kagoshima Main Line.

The Kagoshima Main Line runs from Kagoshima-Chuo Station to Mojiko in Kitakyushu via Kagoshima Station, Sendai, Yatsuhiro, Kumamoto, Arao, Kurume, Tosu, Hakata and Kokura.

Hohi Line

The Hohi Main Line connects Kumamoto city with Oita in Oita Prefecture along the east coast of Kyushu.

The full list of stations and connections on the Hohi Line is as follows: Kumamoto (Kagoshima Main Line, Kyushu Shinkansen), Heisei, Minami Kumamoto, Shin Suizenji (Suizenji-Ekidori Station), Suizenji, Tokai Gakuen-mae, Tatsutaguchi, Musashizuka, Hikari no Mori, Sanrigi, Haramizu, Higo Ozu, Seta, Tateno (Minami Aso Railway, Takamori Line), Akamizu, Uchinomaki, Aso, Ikoi no Mura, Miyaji, Namino, Takimizu, Bungo-Ogi, Tamarai, Bungo-Taketa, Asaji, Ogata, Bungo-Kiyokawa, Miemachi, Sugao, Inukai, Takenaka, Nakahanda, Oita-Daigaku-mae, Shikido, Takio, and Oita Station (Nippo Main Line and Kyudai Main Line).

Hohi Line

Hohi Line from Kumamoto

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