A station that has stayed the same since its opening in the Meiji Era
Opened in 8/15/1895, this station building has stayed the same since when it was opened.
It is one of the oldest train station buildings in Kyushu, with a double roof showing just how old the building is. The station’s name from the era of the former Japan National Railways is also embellished which gives the station an aura of melancholy. An old train system called ”Tablet Jujuki”to avoid collision accidents is also interesting.
Time period: All year long
|Address||Heisei Chikuho Railway Yusubaru Station|
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|Genre||Gardens and Buildings (History and Culture)|
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