|Location||5-1, Iizaka-machi Aza Machiura, Fukushima, Fukushima
|Operated by||Fukushima Transportation|
|Previous names||Iizaka (until 1927)|
Hanamizuzaka is a single-platform above-ground station. Formerly a manned station, it is now unmanned.
There is a single machine that dispenses proof-of-departure tickets, a beverage vending machine, a waiting room, and a public telephone. There is also a bicycle parking area situated next to the station.
The station commenced operations on April 13, 1924. At the time it was named Iizaka Station (飯坂駅? Iizaka Eki) and was the final station on the Fukushima-Iizaka Electric Tramway (福島飯坂電気軌道? Fukushima-Iizaka Denki Kidō), the predecessor to the Iizaka Line. On March 23, 1927, the station was renamed to its present-day name of Hanamizuzaka.
In 2007 the waiting room and security cameras were added.