各駅情報

Station Information
Introducing all 31 stations along the Koumi Line, where a wonderful variety of landscapes pass you by and you can view them from the comfort of your seat.

Kobuchizawa

Yamanashi Prefecture

The Koumi line, entrance to Yamanashi prefecture, this is also the transit for the Chuo Honsen line.
This is the only station where you can buy a packed lunch on the Koumi line.

Kaikoizumi

Yamanashi Prefecture

A novel station building with the motif of butterflies and murmurs that live at the foot of Yatsugatake .
The stained glass, which has a bird and Omurasaki, are also eye-catching. When you leave the station, Mt. Fuji will appear in front of you.

Kai Oizumi

Altitude 1158.2m NO.

Yamanashi Prefecture

A station surrounded by forests.
There are many pensions (small hotels) and a nice day trip opportunity, including relaxing hot springs. "Kai Oizumi Panorama no Yu" viewing area is also around the station.

Kiyosato

Altitude 1274.7m NO.

Yamanashi Prefecture

This white building is perfect for a refreshing Kiyosato image.
The historical steam locomotive “C56” is preserved and displayed next to the station

Nobeyama

Altitude 1345.67m NO.

Nagano Prefecture

With an altitude is 1345.67m, this is the highest station on any JR line.
If you go to the Kiyosato side the JR Railway highest Point of interest. (1375) and a railway shrine can be seen.

Shinano Kawakami

Altitude 1135.3m NO.

Nagano Prefecture

This area is covered with special local lettuce fields and mountain greenery.
This area was used during the filming of the JR East's commercial “Adult Holiday Club”, which included acting by Sayuri Yoshinaga. (Famous Actress)

Saku Hirose

Altitude 1073.5m NO.

Nagano Prefecture

Picturesque rice fields, mountains and the Chikuma River is flowing right in front of you.
Among the Koumi Lines, there are historical artifacts in most of the surrounding area, and that is one of the attractive points of this station. It can be said that this station is a “hidden station” because of these special spots in the mountains.

Saku Uminokuchi

Nagano Prefecture

The Koumi Line is 78.9km in total, Kobuchizawa (39.4km) is approximately the halfway station along the Koumi Line.
There are government offices, cafeterias, and Uminokuchi Onsen near the station.

Umijiri

Nagano Prefecture

A small station with a log house as a station building.
Between Umijiri Station and Sak Umi No Kuchi Station, you can see the calm and relaxing Chikuma River from the train window while crossing the Chikuma River and running alongside it.

Matsubara Lake

Nagano Prefecture

The nearest station to Lake Matsubara. Public transportation such as buses are easily accessible from Koumi Station, but walking from the Matsubara Lake Station while enjoying the clean air and scenery (time required about 50 minutes) is one way to enjoy the area.

Koumi

Nagano Prefecture

It is the largest station in the Minami-Saku area, with shopping centers and hospitals nearby.
In addition, village buses operate from the entrances of Kita-Aiki and Minami-Aiki.

Managashi

Nagano Prefecture

It was named Managashi because the current was so strong that even a horse could be washed away in this part of the Chikuma River.
Also in this place the last stage of the “Chichibu Incident” occurred during the Meiji Era, and a “Tomb for the War Dead” was built opposite the station.

Takaiwa

Nagano Prefecture

There is a steep cliff at the place where it meets the Chikuma River as you go towards Managashi Station. It is a large monolithic rock called Tengu Iwa which is the origin of the place name and station name. You can see the idyllic rural landscape in front of the station.

Yachiho

Nagano Prefecture

The famous song “Kitaguni no Haru” is said to have been created by the author, a songwriter from Minamimaki Village, in the image of his hometown in Shinshu. At the station platform, there is a small watermill named after the lyrics of the song.

Kaize

Nagano Prefecture

A large water pipe for the TEPCO Kaize Power Station passes through the upper side of the tunnel next to the platform, and it is a station that shows an unusual and unseen landscape.

Haguroshita

Nagano Prefecture

Haguroshita once prospered as an entertainment district.
Higashimachi, near the station, now has a retro atmosphere. Get off at this station to go to famous Mountain, Morai mountain.

Aonuma

Nagano Prefecture

Surrounded by countryside, there is almost nothing blocking your view, and the view of Mount Asama is the best along the line.
It is also a commercial flower growing area, and there is an unattended flower sales office in front of the station.

Usuda

Nagano Prefecture

“Usuda, the town of the stars”. As you symbolize the town, when you leave the station, you can see the rocket-shaped tower, Cosmo Tower, at the top of Mt. Inari.

Tatsuokajo

Nagano Prefecture

The station is named after the nearby star-shaped pentagonal castle “Tatsuoka Castle Goryokaku”, which is one of only two in Japan.
As if following the local history, the station has a calm storehouse design.

Ootabe

Nagano Prefecture

A cream-colored station building that has a well-cared for hedge growing nearby.
When you reach the curve leading towards Tatsuoka Castle, the field of view opens, and the countryside spreads all over the places.

Nakagomi

Nagano Prefecture

The central station where the Koumi Line sales office is located and where trains are being serviced and maintained.
The waiting room and home are decorated with photographs from the SL (Steam Locomotive) era and designs used in event trains, so you can feel the history of the Koumi Line.

Namezu

Nagano Prefecture

In 2016, the station was repainted in navy and white.
On the other hand, the old Nakagomi School, an important cultural property nearby, is a Western style building from the Meiji period.

Kita Nakagomi

Nagano Prefecture

In spring, cherry blossoms are in full bloom along the platform, and trains pass through the spectacular blooming cherry trees.

Iwamurada

Nagano Prefecture

There are three high schools in Iwamurada, and the school hours are crowded with students.
It is the nearest station to the famous Hanazura Inari Shrine.

Sakudaira

Nagano Prefecture

It is the newest station on the Koumi Line, and is a connection station with the Hokuriku Shinkansen.
It has the only elevated platform on the Koumi Line and passes over the Hokuriku Shinkansen.

Nakasato

Nagano Prefecture

Sakudaira Station is just 900m away and the surroundings are changing from countryside to residential areas.
You can see how the tracks go up to the elevated platform at Sakudaira Station.

Misato

Nagano Prefecture

Showing the name of this beautiful village, there are peach fields in the surrounding area.
The station building is made from Shinshu Larch wood.

Mitsuoka

Nagano Prefecture

During the cherry blossom season, the cherry blossom trees here are beautiful and entertain the eyes of travelers.
This is the area where peach production was the first started in this country, and the surrounding area is covered with peach fields.

Otome

Nagano Prefecture

A romantic station name, which was originated from a story you will never forget once you have heard it. There are various theories where it started, such as the folk tale of “Otome no Izumi”.
From the platform, you can take the promenade and connect to Otomeko Park.

Higashi Komoro

Nagano Prefecture

The surrounding houses are lined up to make you feel the town of Higashi Komoro.
At the summit of Mt. Nukaduka in the direction of Otome Station, you can see a Buddhist tower with a unique shape.

Komoro

Nagano Prefecture

At the entrance of the Nagano Prefecture side of the Koumi Line, it is the Shinano Railway connection station.
The station building used by the Shinano Railway was built in 1950. This building has accumulated a long history with the changes of Komoro.