|Operated by Meitetsu|
Passengers (2009) 1,983 daily
|Line(s) Meitetsu Seto Line|
|Location Choei 15-17, Moriyama, Nagoya, Aichi
Similar Moriyama‑Jieitai‑Mae Station, Obata Station, Kitayama Station, Ōmori‑Kinjōgakuin‑mae Station, Shin‑Moriyama Station
Hyōtan-yama Station (瓢箪山駅, Hyōtan-yama-eki) is a railway station operated by Meitetsu's Seto Line located in Moriyama-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is located 7.6 rail kilometers from terminus of the line at Sakaemachi Station.
Hyōtan-yama Station was opened on June 3, 1936, on the privately operated Seto Electric Railway. The Seto Electric Railway was absorbed into the Meitetsu group on September 1, 1939. The station was closed from 1944 to 1946 due to World War 2. The platforms were lengthened in March 1978. A new station building was completed on October 6, 1981, and the station was manned for the first time. However, with the introduction of the Tranpass system of magnetic fare cards with automatic turnstiles in December 2006, the station has again been unattended.
Hyōtan-yama Station has two opposed side platforms. The station is unattended.