- Mitakedō Station
It was unaffected by the 2011 Japanese tsunami.
- Kyūkitakami River (Old Kitakami River)
- October 24, 1968: Station begins operation.
Stations of the Kesennuma Line
Maeyachi - Wabuchi - Nonodake - Rikuzen-Toyosato - Mitakedō - Yanaizu - Rikuzen-Yokoyama - Rikuzen-Togura - Shizugawa - Shizuhama - Utatsu - Rikuzen-Minato - Kurauchi - Rikuzen-Koizumi - Motoyoshi - Koganezawa - Ōya-Kaigan - Rikuzen-Hashikami - Saichi - Matsuiwa - Minami-Kesennuma - Fudōnosawa - Kesennuma
- (Japanese) Mitakedō Station (JR East)
- "JR気仙沼線 【前面展望 ８】 柳津⇒陸前豊里" (video). YouTube.com. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awJWChDIF0c. Retrieved 2011-04-26. video of a train trip from Yanaizu Station to Rikuzen-Toyosato Station in 2009, passing Mitakedō Station at around 03:35 minutes without stopping.
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