Nagano Station is a railway station shared by the East Japan Railway (JR East Japan), the Japan Cargo Railway (JR Cargo), the Shinano Railway and the Nagano Electric Railway. It is also located in Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. It is an important station of the Hokuriku Shinkansen.
JR Tohoku's Hokuriku Shinkansen and Shin-Etsu Main Line and the Shinano Line of the Shinano Railway, the Nagano Line of Nagano Electric Railway are on board. The station number of Nagano Electric Railway is "N1" as the station number. The Shin-Etsu Main Line ends at this station in Nagano Prefecture, and the Kita-Hano Line and Nagano Line are launched at this station.
For the traditional route, except for the Shin-Etsu Main Line and the Kitano Line, the JR Toyama Line train from the Tono Station starts from Shinano Station and passes the Kita Shinano Line and JR East's Shinano Line. In addition, the Shinano Railway Shinano Railway Line, which ends at Shinonoi Station, will also enter through the Shin-Etsu Main Line. The Shinano railway line was originally part of the Shin-Etsu Line, which is the middle station of the Shin-Etsu Main Line. The part of the Shinano railway line was transferred on October 1, 1997, due to the separation of the management of parallel traditional lines with the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen, and then the opening of the northern Shina line due to the extension of the March 14, 2015 extension. Was transferred. It is the form now. The station's eastern JR has two elevated island platforms for Shinkansen services and three ground island platforms for local services, including follow-up services for the Kita-Shinano Line train. There is a ticket office for the "Midori no Madoguchi" staff at the station.
Nagano Electric Railway The Nagano Electric Railway Platform is located underground below the JR platform. The Nagano Electric Railway has two island platforms that supply three tracks.