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Fukuro station

Fukuro station(Fukuro-eki)

Tsu Station

Tsu Station(Tsueki) isMieTsu CityIn Hadokoro,Tokai passenger railway(JR Central) ・Kinki Nippon Railway(Kintetsu) ・Ise Railway Ofstation.

Overview

Mie prefecturePrefectural office location・ It is the central station of Tsu city.1st"XNUMX selections of central stationsHas been selected.

JR Central StationStationmaster-Station staffPlacement station (Directly operated station)Management station3 stations located in Tsu city (Issa Station-Ako Station-Takachaya Station) Is managed.A stationmaster is also placed at the Kintetsu station,Takadamotoyama Station - Taoyuan StationManaging between[3].Prepaid CardCan only be used on Kintetsu[4][5].

station name

Kana-漢字In notationJapanIt's a short station name[Annotation 1].

Guinness World RecordsThere was a movement to register as "z (tsu)" as the shortest station name in the world from 1994 to 1995, but it was pointed out that "z" is not pronounced as "tsu" in one letter, so it was postponed. rice field[6]..However, after 2014, it reignited as "Project Z" and prepared for the 2016 registration application.[7].

Boarding line

JR TokaiKisei Main Line, KintetsuNagoya Line, Ise RailwayIse LineIt is a connecting station with three lines.This station is the end point of the Ise line, and this stationStation numberAs12Is given.The station number of the Nagoya Line is "E39Is given[8].

Stopped trains, etc.

JR Central / Ise Railway
  • All trains stop.
  • Limited expressNankiAnd rapid "Mie」は全列車が、当駅を介して紀勢本線Owase方面と伊勢線の間でMutual direct operationIt is carried out.
  • Only Ise Railway trains are available for trains departing from and arriving at this station.
Kintetsu
  • Sightseeing limited express "Shimakaze"All regular passenger trains stop except[9].
  • It is said to be a connecting station between the Meihan Limited Express and trains departing from and arriving at Matsusaka.[9].
    • During the daytimeMeihanko Limited Express "Hinotori"とMei Oto Limited Expressの接続と[9]、下り列車のみ名阪甲特急「ひのとり」と五十鈴川行き急行の接続が考慮されている[9].
  • For trains starting and ending at this station, the Kintetsu Nagoya Station to the Otsu Limited Express, which ends at this station at night, and the first train at this station in the early morning.Ise Nakagawa行き普通[10]が各1本設定されている[9].. Until the 2016 timetable change, the first train from this stationOsaka Uehonmachi行き乙特急が設定されていたが、現在は松阪駅始発に振り替えられている。[11] [12]2021年ダイヤ変更までは当駅発Matsusaka行き急行が設定されていた。[13]

History

JR Central / Ise Railway

Kintetsu

Station structure

Single platform1 side 1 line,Island home2 sides 4 lines, cut out the northeast side of the single platformCutout homeHas a platform with 1 line, 3 sides and 6 lines in totalGround station.

Station buildings are on both east and west sidesoverpassIt is tied with.The east side is managed by JR, and there is a ground ticket gate on Platforms 1 and 2, and a building ticket gate on the 2nd floor of the station building "chum".The ticket gate at the top of the bridge on the west side is managed by Kintetsu.Under the control of each ticket gateAutomatic ticket gateIs installed, and the specifications are different between the two.JR All Line Ticket OfficeIs installed only on the east side, and Kintetsu limited express tickets and commuter passes are installed on both the east and west sides.On the west side, the Kintetsu section is entrusted with the sale of some JR and Ise Railway tickets.When transferring between companies, it is necessary to exit the ticket gate and buy a new ticket.Ise Railway will be given a payment ticket when getting off for payment in the car.

The surplus land due to the abolition of the freight siding on the JNR side was transferred to Kintetsu and used to expand the platform of the Kintetsu line.The effective length of Kintetsu's home is an 8-car train component.

Bus stop

JR / Ise Railway platform
LineroutedirectiondestinationRemarks
1■Ise Railway Ise Line[17]Going upNagoya-Yokkaichiaspect[25]ordinary
2■JR Kisei Main LineGoing downMatsusaka-Ise Cityaspect[26]
3Going upKameyama・ For Nagoya[26]Including direct Ise Railway line
4Going upFor Kameyama / Nagoya[26]Retreat train
Going downFor Matsusaka and Ise City[26]
Kintetsu platform
Bus stoproutedirectiondestinationRemarks
5E Nagoya LineGoing downOsaka Namba-Kashikojimaaspect[27]
6Going upKintetsu Nagoyaaspect[27]

Line 1 is used by the Ise Railway Line, Lines 2-4 are used by the JR Line, and Lines 5 and 6 are used by the Kintetsu Line.However, the limited express Nanki / Rapid Mie on the Ise Railway Line (bound for Nagoya) uses Line 3 due to direct operation. Line 2 is a single platform, and line 1 is in the part where line 2 is cut out, but this is the oldJapan National RailwayIt was made by remodeling the siding for freight cars used in the (JNR) era. Lines 3 and 4 and lines 5 and 6 are island-style.In JR, line 2 is the down main line, line 3 is the up main line, and line 4 is the up line 1.

Usage situation

According to the "Mie Prefecture Statistics", the daily averageBoarding personnelIs as follows[28].. The number of passengers on the JR Central / Ise Railway includes the number of passengers such as "Nanki" and "Mie" who only pass by trains that directly connect JR Central and Ise Railway (formally, boarding / alighting at the border station because the companies are different). It is considered to have been done).Kintetsu's boarding personnel include transfer personnel from JR. Conventional line in the JR Central jurisdictionTOICAThe number of passengers is the largest outside the area.

年度JR TokaiKinki Nippon
Train
Ise Railway
1997/3,59216,6561,682
1998/3,54715,9811,602
1999/3,56815,5411,602
2000/3,49715,3851,553
2001/3,42715,3211,554
2002/3,33915,1901,548
2003/3,28815,0901,488
2004/3,12915,0961,396
2005/3,17415,1441,509
2006/3,40315,1911,756
2007/3,48315,0951,860
2008/3,49614,9861,912
2009/3,35014,7481,724
2010/3,35414,8451,705
2011/3,38914,7141,725
2012/3,53715,0001,840
2013/3,76515,1712,020
2014/3,43514,9951,877
2015/3,36915,5001,822
2016/3,41115,6551,815
2017/3,41115,8611,819
2018/3,58115,9131,788
2019/3,60915,6891,691
2020/2,61211,866774

The table below shows the changes in the usage status of Tsu Station (Kintetsu).

Kintetsu boarding and alighting personnel

The results of a recent survey of daily boarding and alighting personnel at this station are as follows.[29].

  • November 2018, 11: 13 ​​people
  • November 2015, 11: 10 ​​people
  • November 2012, 11: 13 ​​people
  • November 2010, 11: 9 ​​people
  • November 2008, 11: 18 ​​people
  • November 2005, 11: 8 ​​people

Usage situation

  • The unit of transportation record (passenger personnel) is person / year.
  • In the table, the highest value is shown in red, the lowest value after the year in which the highest value was recorded is shown in blue, and the lowest value before the year in which the highest value was recorded is shown in green.
Usage status by year (Kintetsu Station)
DegreeTransportation results for this station (passengers): people / yearResults of boarding / alighting personnel survey
People / day
Notices
Commuter passCommuting to schoolOut of termtotalSurvey dateInvestigation result
19501,037,070←←←←591,3631,628,433   
19511,213,890←←←←609,2971,823,187   
19521,108,038←←←←640,2321,748,270   
19531,204,020←←←←618,3031,822,323   
19541,260,300←←←←653,5991,913,899   
19551,300,110←←←←664,9971,965,107   
19561,403,220←←←←677,3802,080,600   
19571,519,260←←←←773,9582,293,218   
19581,619,040←←←←792,0042,411,044   
19591,721,670←←←←753,2402,474,910   
19602,087,130←←←←883,8322,970,962   
19612,628,480←←←←998,1033,626,583   
19622,844,810←←←←1,094,1543,938,964   
19633,165,570←←←←1,132,9414,298,511   
19643,324,390←←←←1,213,4534,537,843   
19653,527,550←←←←1,261,3444,788,894   
19663,564,450←←←←1,308,5844,873,034   
19673,720,900←←←←1,396,6805,117,580   
19683,779,340←←←←1,662,3475,441,687   
19693,822,270←←←←1,751,7105,573,980   
19703,956,910←←←←1,950,2795,907,189   
19713,992,520←←←←2,038,0166,030,536   
19724,041,540←←←←2,113,0976,154,637   
19734,052,910←←←←2,378,7236,431,633   
19744,367,100←←←←2,442,4526,809,552   
19754,401,720←←←←2,462,5306,864,250   
19764,261,980←←←←2,338,2066,600,186   
19774,307,400←←←←2,415,4246,722,824   
19784,311,300←←←←2,491,0636,802,363   
19794,429,680←←←←2,495,2336,924,913   
19804,582,110←←←←2,532,5177,144,627   
19814,597,830←←←←2,460,2857,058,115   
19824,475,970←←←←2,497,4216,973,391May 1130,764 
19834,505,310←←←←2,462,9736,968,283May 1130,785 
19844,375,890←←←←2,412,3446,788,234May 1129,569 
19854,446,150←←←←2,399,6956,845,845May 1128,916 
19864,481,400←←←←2,413,1526,894,552May 1130,664 
19874,495,680←←←←2,352,3076,847,987May 1130,301 
19884,504,950←←←←2,375,6876,880,637May 1130,280 
1989 (first year of Heisei)4,496,490←←←←2,381,6316,878,121May 1130,217 
19904,557,990←←←←2,434,8316,992,821May 1130,891 
19914,590,000←←←←2,426,6017,016,601   
19924,492,860←←←←2,455,6516,948,511May 1132,024 
19934,458,150←←←←2,467,7846,925,934   
19944,450,920←←←←2,455,2876,906,207   
19954,355,160←←←←2,394,0286,749,188May 1229,417 
19964,157,040←←←←2,363,9676,521,007   
19973,818,910←←←←2,260,6066,079,516   
19983,641,340←←←←2,192,7535,833,093   
19993,528,930←←←←2,158,9975,687,927   
20003,471,690←←←←2,143,8275,615,517   
20013,426,180←←←←2,165,9195,592,099   
20023,414,720←←←←2,129,4965,544,216   
20033,413,730←←←←2,109,1805,522,910   
20043,458,190←←←←2,052,1095,510,299   
20053,478,260←←←←2,049,0165,527,276May 1126,238 
20063,525,390←←←←2,019,4585,544,848   
20073,515,490←←←←2,009,2555,524,745   
20083,495,840←←←←1,973,8915,469,731May 1127,202 
20093,492,390←←←←1,890,5945,382,984   
20103,528,990←←←←1,890,1195,418,509May 1126,305 
20113,492,030←←←←1,893,0715,385,101   
20123,529,500←←←←1,945,5345,475,034May 1126,149 
20133,573,990←←←←2,000,0535,574,043 
20143,501,450←←←←1,972,0465,473,496   
2015 â†â†â†â†     

Around the station

This station is located in the Hashiuchi district, which is the downtown area of ​​Tsu City.Marunouchi,DaimonLocated in the Hashikita district northwest of), 2 from Tsu Station to Tsu Castle kmis seperated[30]..The west exit is "Behind the stationHits[30]..In the western hillsMie Prefectural Museum of Art,Mie Prefectural Museum,Mie Prefectural Cultural CenterBehind the west exitTakato TodoWas in the gardenKairaku ParkRefrain from.Ust TsuParking LotIn the vicinity, it was abolished in 1961Kintetsu Ise Line OfHeta StationExisted.

West exit
East exit

Bus route

rotaryIs prepared for both the west exit and the east exit,Express BusMost buses, including those, depart and arrive at the east exit.All routes except highway busesMie trafficIt is operated by.

  • Tsu station square (east exit) platform
  • Tsu Station West Exit Platform
    • Platform 1-Comprehensive Cultural Center, Yumegaoka housing complex, West housing complex circulation,Tsu Nishi High School, Tsunishi High Town
    • Platform 2 --Tshimmachi Station

Works that appear

Next station

Tokai Passenger Railway (JR Tokai)
Kisei Main Line
  • Limited expressNanki”Stop station
■Rapid"Mie'
(Ise Railway Line-) Tsu Station - Matsusaka Station
■ordinary
Issa Station - Tsu Station - Ako Station
Kinki Nippon Railway
E Nagoya Line
■Express■ordinary
Edobashi Station (E38)- Tsu Station (E39) - Tsushinmachi Station (E40)
Ise Railway
Ise Line
  • Limited express "Nanki" stop
■Rapid "Mie"
Suzuka Station (4)-(PartiallyNakaseko Station (8))- Tsu Station (12) (--Matsusaka Station)
■ordinary
Higashiichishinda Station (11) - Tsu Station (12)

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注 釈

  1. ^ syllableThe shortest number.However,Hepburn Roman alphabet notationIs shorter than TSUAo (AO),Ii (II),Ei (EI),Oe There are 4 stations (OE).

Source

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Sone Satoru(Supervised) Written by Asahi Shimbun Publications Partwork Encyclopedia (edited) ed.Asahi Shimbun Publishing<Weekly Asahi Encyclopedia>, August 2010, 1, pp. 10-18. 
  2. ^ a b c d Sone Satoru(監修) 著、朝日新聞出版分冊百科編集部(編集) ç·¨ 『週刊 歴史でめぐる鉄道全路線 大手私鉄』 2号 近畿日本鉄道 1å·»Asahi Shimbun Publishing<Weekly Asahi Encyclopedia>, August 2010, 8, pp. 22-18. 
  3. ^ "HAND BOOK 2010", Kinki Nippon Railway General Planning Department, September 2010
  4. ^ "Railway area | TOICA | JR Central". toica.jr-central.co.jp. 2019/2/5Browse.
  5. ^ "Kintetsu Railway | Kintetsu IC Card Comprehensive Guidebook 2017". www.kintetsu.co.jp. 2019/2/5Browse.
  6. ^ What is the secret plan to become the shortest station name in Japan "Tsu" and "the shortest station name in the world" (1/3) --Vehicle News, viewed December 2016, 12, February 12, 2017.
  7. ^ What is the secret plan to become the shortest station name in Japan "Tsu" and "the shortest station name in the world" (2/3) --Vehicle News, viewed December 2016, 12, February 12, 2017.
  8. ^ "Station numbering will be carried out on all lines-In addition, we will expand multilingual support for information signs and broadcasting-". KINTETSU NEWS RELEASE. Kintetsu Railway Co., Ltd. Secretary and Public Relations Department (July 2015, 8). As of August 19, 2015originalMore archives.2015/10/23Browse.
  9. ^ a b c d e Kintetsu Timetable March 2018, 3 Timetable Change Issue, p.17 --p.150 ・ p.157 --p.162 ・ p.184 --p.308 ・ p.315 --p.320
  10. ^ 伊勢中川から名張行き急行を経て名張から大阪上本町行き快速急行
  11. ^ Kintetsu Timetable March 2014, 9 Timetable Change Issue, p.21 --p.146 ・ p.153 --p.158 ・ p.180 --p.304 ・ p.311 --p.316
  12. ^ About timetable change in 28 (PDF) --Kintetsu Railway News Release, February 2016, 1, viewed February 20, 2016
  13. ^ 松阪から急行名張行きを経て名張から大阪上本町行き快速急行
  14. ^ "Tetsutsu Ichimitsu Tama Opening Ceremony". Ise Shimbun: p. 1. (September 1891, 11) 
  15. ^ a b c "Partially completed Tsuminshu Station, first part of the Japanese National Railways opened". Traffic newspaper (Transportation Cooperation Association): p. 5. (March 1973, 2) 
  16. ^ Traffic Yearbook 46 Edition
  17. ^ a b Sone Satoru(監修) 著、朝日新聞出版分冊百科編集部(編集) ç·¨ 『週刊 歴史でめぐる鉄道全路線 公営鉄道・私鉄』 26号 長良川鉄道・明知鉄道・樽見鉄道・三岐鉄道・伊勢鉄道巻Asahi Shimbun Publishing<Weekly Asahi Encyclopedia>, August 2011, 9, pp. 18-27. 
  18. ^ "Tsu Station Building" Cham "Tomorrow Open Interior and Exterior Renewal, 300 People for Preview". Ise Shimbun (Ise Shimbun). (July 2014, 7)
  19. ^ 近畿日本鉄道株式会社 『近畿日本鉄道 100年のあゆみ』近畿日本鉄道、2010å¹´12月、190頁。National bibliographic number:21906373. 
  20. ^ Kintetsu Railway "Kintetsu Railway 100 Years History" 2010, p.156
  21. ^ Kintetsu Public Relations Paper "Fureai no Mado Oshirase Hiroba Kintetsu" May 1992 issue (No. 5)
  22. ^ 近畿日本鉄道株式会社 『近畿日本鉄道 100年のあゆみ』近畿日本鉄道、2010å¹´12月、708頁。National bibliographic number:21906373. 
  23. ^ "From April 19, 4, IC cards can be used on Kintetsu main routes." (pdf) (Press Release), Kintetsu Railway, (January 2007, 1), http://www.kintetsu.jp/news/files/iccard20070130.pdf 2016/3/17Browse. 
  24. ^ "Kintetsu timetable revision, Meihan" non-stop "disappearance"Railroad Com. (January 2012, 1). https://www.tetsudo.com/news/719/ 2020/5/13Browse. 
  25. ^ "Tsu station departure timetable”. Ise Railway. 2020/11/19Browse.
  26. ^ a b c d "Station timetable-Tsu station”. Central Japan Railway Company. 2020/11/19Browse.
  27. ^ a b "Station information | Tsu”. Kintetsu Railway. 2020/11/19Browse.
  28. ^ Mie Prefecture Statistics - Mie Prefecture
  29. ^ Number of passengers getting on and off by station Nagoya Line -Kinki Nippon Railway
  30. ^ a b Nishimura 2018, p. 175.

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