Fukuchiyama Station Kyoto Prefecture
Fukuchiyama Station connects the city by train with both Osaka and Kyoto, Kansai's two biggest cities. Fukuchiyama is on the Sanin Main Line to Shimonoseki.
Fukuchiyama Station, Kyoto Prefecture 福知山駅
Fukuchiyama in Kyoto Prefecture may seem like a town whose best days are behind it, but the town's sparkling new Fukuchiyama Station gives an impression of modernity and drive. The modern Fukuchiyama Station connects the city by train with both Osaka and Kyoto, Kansai's two biggest cities.
JR San'in Main Line
Fukuchiyama Station is on the San'in Main Line from Kyoto Station, Nijo Station and Sonobe. The San'in Main Line goes eventually on to Shimonoseki. From Fukuchiyama Station there are San'in Main Line trains to Kinosaki Onsen, Tottori, Yonago, Matsue, Izumo, Yunotsu, Kuromatsu, Gotsu, Masuda, Hagi and Shimonoseki.
Journey time from Kyoto to Fukuchiyama is around 70 minutes. There are also connections from Fukuchiyama to Osaka on the Fukuchiyama Line via Amagasaki, Itami, Takarazuka and Sanda. The Kitakinki Tango Railway operates the 30 km Miyafuku Line from Fukuchiyama to Miyazu via Oe. From Miyazu change to the Miyazu Line to reach the beauty spot of Amanohashidate.
Fukuchiyama Tourist Information Office is just outside the main station entrance to your right. This has information and maps on the town and its attractions. The station has a Midori-no-madoguchi ticket office which is open from 4.30 am to 10 pm. There are coin lockers and car rental offices as well. There are both lifts and escalators to the platforms making the station barrier free. The main thing to see in Fukuchiyama is the fine Fukuchiyama Castle.