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Toyosato Station (豊郷駅) is an Ohmi Railways train station in Toyosato-cho, Shiga Prefecture on the Ohmi Railways Main Line (Honsen 本線) running between Maibara Station and Kibukawa Station.

Rebuilt in the late 1990s, Toyosato Station’s building looks like an Omi merchant’s home or storehouse. A testament to the many Omi merchants who once lived in the area, including Itoh Chube’e, founder of Itochu, one of Japan’s leading trading companies. His home is open to the public.

If you see an umbrella or umbrella design in the station, it refers to the Goshu Ondo song and bon dance co-founded at Senjuji temple (千樹寺) in Toyosato. These days, Toyosato’s main attraction is the Toyosato Elementary School made famous by the popular K-ON! anime/manga series in 2009-2010. The train station is in a quiet neighborhood with stone statues of a tortoise and hare showing you the way to the elementary school.

Elevator: No | Ramp: Yes | Escalator: No | Accessible toilet: Yes | Staffed: No | Lockers: No | Tourist info staff: No

Japan Transit Planner | Toyosato Station Timetable | Ohmi Railways Train Stations | Bus schedule | Nearby attractions

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