(See other stations in Hiroshima)
|Opened||January 1, 1930|
|Former name||Mita Yoshinaga Station|
|Present name since||1937|
Kamimita Station was originally designed as a place for cars to stop, but with the gasoline rationing during World War II, the station was closed. After the war, the local citizens began a drive to reopen the station, and finally did so using privately raised funds. Because of this, the station is known for its story of "resurrection" through the efforts of the local residents.
- 1930-01-01: Mita Yoshinaga Station opens
- 1937-07-01: Station name changes to Kamimita Station
- 1942: Station closes.
- 1948-08-10: Kamimita Station reopens.
- 1987-04-01: Japan National Railways is privatized, and Kamimita Station becomes a JR West station
Station building and platforms
Kamimita Station features one raised platform capable of handling one line. The station building is a small wooden structure located down a short hill from the platform.
- Hiroshima Prefectural Route 37 (Hiroshima-Miyoshi Route)
All lines are JR West lines.
- (Japanese) JR West