The station’s surroundings are full of great places to take photos!
The imprint from the old station building and the remains of a platform have left pronounced marks on the single platform, single track, unmanned station. The region’s name, which was also adopted as the station name, came from the vast rice paddy fields full of deep, watery mud (fukuda means “deep rice paddy”). The number of trains that run in one day, including the trains running in the Chikanaga turn-around area and round-trips, amount to 25 trains! There are many photo spots dotting the nearby area, so you have good odds of taking a great photo!
General Information About the Station
|Location||Ehime Prefecture, Kita-Uwa County, Kihoku Town, Uchi-Fukuda|
|Opening Date||October 18, 1914 (Taisho 3)|
|Number of Platforms||1 platform, 1 track|