Fussa Station is a train station located in Fussa City in the west of Tokyo. It is served by the JR Ome Line and a special express train.


The area surrounding the station is a busy commercial area with several department stores, restaurants, and fast joints. The most prominent store here is the large six-storied Seiyu Department Store , with which Fussa Station is connected by a sky bridge.



On August 7-10 each year, the very popular Fussa Tanabata Festival is held on the west side of the station. During this festival, the area comes alive with bamboo decorations and booths selling foods and drinks, toys, and a wide selection of curios and handicrafts. A variety of entertainment events are also held including parades with floats and dancers, stage shows for children, live music and comic performances, beauty contests, and firework displays. Every year, the festival attracts over 400,000 people.

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