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Miyamoto Musashi Station

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Miyamoto Musashi Station
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Miyamoto Musashi Station (宮本武蔵駅) is on the Chizu Express line in Mimasaka, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The station takes its name from the famous warrior Miyamoto Musashi, who (according to one theory) was born nearby. It is unattended. The station has one platform to serve the single track.

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Near the station

  • Miyamoto Musashi Archives
  • Mimasaka City Ōhara Middle School
  • Mimasaka City Ōhara Elementary School
  • National Route 373
  • National Route 429
  • Okayama Prefectural Route 5
  • Okayama Prefectural Route/Hyōgo Prefectural Route 240
  • History

  • December 3, 1994: Station opened
  • Adjacent stations

    On the Chizu Express Chizu Line, regular service

  • Ishii Station — Miyamoto Musashi Station — Ōhara Station
  • References

    Miyamoto Musashi Station Wikipedia


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