Jujo Station (Kintetsu) (十条駅 (近鉄))
It is an elevated station equipped with a one-side, two-track island platform. It admits six-car trains. The ticket examination facility and concourse are on the first floor, and the platform is on the second floor. It has only one ticket gate.
The automatic ticket gates were manufactured by Toshiba. The red-colored ticket gates (EG-2000) can handle two IC cards at a time when a passenger is exiting, and PiTaPa Card and ICOCA, both of which are IC cards, are available for payment of railway fares at this ticket gate.
According to a survey conducted on November 8, 2005, the number of users was 4,731.
This was the 123rd position out of all Kintetsu Railway stations targeted by the survey (323 stations, as of the survey date).
It ranked twenty-first out of all the stations on the Kyoto Line (26 stations, including Yamato-Saidaiji).
It ranked nineteenth out of all the stations of Kintetsu Railway within Kyoto City (23 stations).
The nearest bus stop is a two-minute walk, being located at Jujo Abura Koji along Kyoto City Route 181 Kyoto Loop Line.
Kyoto City Bus handles the operation, and the following route buses are available:
Kyoto City Bus Kujo Office Route 16: For the Kujo Shako-depot; for Kyoto Station
November 15, 1928: The station opened when Nara Electric Railway began operating between Kyoto Station and Momoyamagoryomae Station.
October 1, 1963: With the merger of the company, it became a station of Kintetsu Corporation.
April 1, 2007: PiTaPa became accepted at the station.