This ancient station preserves the look and feel of Japan’s Taisho period

Built in its current location on October 11th 1923, service to the station was suspended in April of 1999 but the original station building, platforms and train tracks have been preserved, making it a valuable treasure from the Taisho period (1912-1926) of Japan.

On display at the platforms are three train cars, the Mo 512, Mo 593 and Mo 601, which all used to run on the train line that passed through Former Meitetsu Mino Station.

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Basic Information

Address

2926-4 Hiro-oka-cho, Mino City, Gifu 501-3732

Access

3 minute walk from Mino-shi Station on the Nagaragawa Railway
Short walk from the “Mino” stop on the Gifu Bus Gifu Mino line
7 minute drive on National Route 156 off of the Mino Interchange on the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway

Business Hours

April – September: 9:00am – 5:00pm
October – March: 9:00am – 4:30pm

Days Closed for Business

Tuesday
New Year’s Holidays

Price

Free

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Notes

Parking spaces for approximately 40 standard vehicles