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Shin-Tosu Station

Shin-Tosu Station (新鳥栖駅 Shin-Tosu-eki?) is a railway station in Tosu, Saga, Japan, operated by Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu). The station opened on March 12, 2011. The name of the station was officially announced by JR Kyushu on December 17, 2010.[1]


Shin-Tosu Station is served by the Kyushu Shinkansen, and will also form the junction with the planned West Kyushu Route of the Kyushu Shinkansen to Nagasaki in the future. The Nagasaki Main Line platforms are accessible through a separate set of ticket gates across from the Shinkansen gates.[2]

Station layout

The station consists of two elevated island platforms serving four tracks.[2]

1 Limited express: Kamome, Midori, Huis Ten Bosch for Tosu and Hakata
Nagasaki Main Line for Tosu
2 Limited express: Kamome, Midori, Huis Ten Bosch for Saga, Hizen-Yamaguchi, Nagasaki, Sasebo, and Huis Ten Bosch
Nagasaki Main Line for Saga, Hizen-Yamaguchi, Isahaya
11,12 Kyushu Shinkansen for Hakata and Shin-Ōsaka
13,14 Kyushu Shinkansen for Kumamoto and Kagoshima-Chūō

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kyushu Shinkansen
Hakata Kagoshima Route Kurume
Hakata Planned
Nishi-Kyushu Route
(Nagasaki Route)
Nagasaki Main Line
Tosu - Hizen-Fumoto

See also


Coordinates: 33°22′13″N 130°29′28″E / 33.370278°N 130.491111°E / 33.370278; 130.491111

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