Koyasan, Gokurakubashi Station

Station guide map

[Koyasan Station]
Koyasan Station is located 867m above sea level which is a doorway to the world heritage, "Koyasan" visited by worshipers from all regions in Japan throughout the four seasons.
Since its opening in June 1930, the station has maintained its nostalgic atmosphere.
There is an observatory room in the waiting room on the second floor where many historical photographs of Koya line trains are displayed.
In 2005, it became a registered tangible cultural property of Japan.


[Gokurakubashi Station]
To head toward the world heritage Koyasan, transfer to a cable car from a train at this station.
On the north side of the station, there is "Gokurakubashi" which became the name of the station and it leads into an approach called "Fudozaka" to Koyasan.

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Barrier-free facilities
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Toilets for disabled Ticket gates for the wheelchair users
Facilities for ostomates Portable slope
Baby beds Stations equipped with wheelchairs
Nursing bed Braille tiles for blind and visually impaired
Handrail for disabled Braille information boards (with audio)
Elevators Braille fare table
Escalators      
Slope      
Services
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Coin lockers Rental car service
Bus platform Cash machines (ATM)
Taxi stand Foreign exchange
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