- Mikawa-Anjō Station
Shinkansen north gate of Mikawa-Anjō Station Location Prefecture Aichi
(See other stations in Aichi)
City Anjō History Year opened 1988 Rail services Operator(s) Central Japan Railway Line(s) Tōkaidō Shinkansen Line
Tōkaidō Main Line
Small bus terminal at this station
There are 4 side platforms with 4 tracks.
1 ■Tōkaidō Shinkansen Nagoya, Shin-Ōsaka 2 ■Tōkaidō Shinkansen Shizuoka, Tokyo 3 ■Tōkaidō Main Line Ōbu, Nagoya 4 ■Tōkaidō Main Line Okazaki, Toyohashi
When Tōkaidō Shinkansen opened, the distance between Toyohashi Station and Nagoya Station was the second longest in Tōkaidō Shinkansen. In 1969, the mayors of Okazaki, Toyota, Anjo, Gamagori, Nishio, Hekinan, Isshiki, Kira, Kota, Hazu, Nukata and Otowa submitted the petition of establishing Kokuteikōen-Mikawa Station (国定公園三河駅 Kokuteikōen-Mikawa-eki ) in Kota.
These cities and towns formed the alliance for Mikawa Station (三河駅 Mikawa-eki ). Thereafter, Kota town office recommended Ashinoya near Kōda Station. Okazaki city hall recommended Shōna-chō, Okazaki. And, Anjo city hall recommended Furui-chō near Hekikai-Furui Station, and Nihongi-chō where crosspoint of Tōkaidō Shinkansen and Tōkaidō Main Line. These were elected candidate. The alliance entrusted the decision to Aichi prefectural government. On January 5 1984, prefectural government decided to establish the station in Nihongi, Anjo. The alliance approved the decision of prefectural government. JNR decided to establish Mikawa Station on October 19, Aichi prefecture and Anjo city declared the acceptance on December 18.
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Hikari: no stop
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Home Liner: no stop
Stations of the Tōkaidō Shinkansen
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