| Chichibu Railway|
| Chichibu Main Line|
| 1040-1 Hirose, Kumagaya, Saitama
Ōasō Station, Kami‑Kumagaya Station, Ishiwara Station, Aketo Station, Takekawa Station
Hirose-Yachō-no-Mori Station (ひろせ野鳥の森駅, Hirose-Yachō-no-Mori-eki) is a railway station on the Chichibu Main Line in Kumagaya, Saitama, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Chichibu Railway.
Hirose-Yachō-no-Mori Station Wikipedia
Hirose-Yachō-no-Mori Station is served by the Chichibu Main Line from Hanyū to Mitsumineguchi, and is located 18.5 km from Hanyū.
The station is staffed and consists of a single side platform serving a bidirectional track. The log cabin-style station building has a small ticket office, but like all the other Chichibu Mainline stations, there is no ticket barrier. There is a waiting room and toilets, complete with disabled facilities.
Hirose-Yachō-no-Mori Station opened on 27 March 2003. Its name was chosen from among candidates submitted by 174 residents and those with workplaces in Kumagaya city.
On 15 June 2006 at 18:26, an elderly male passenger died after jumping from the platform in front of an approaching train.
In fiscal 2011, the station was used by an average of 1,028 passengers daily.
The station is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood.Hirosegawara Depot
Kumagaya Yachō-no-Mori Park
Saitama Prefecture Kumagaya High School of Commerce
National Route 140