|Location||Amaariki 276-1, Ichihara, Chiba
|Operated by||Kominato Railroad Company|
|Passengers (2008)||171 daily|
Kazusa-Mitsumata Station (上総三又駅? Kazusa-Mitsumata-eki) is a railway station operated by the Kominato Railway Company's Kominato Line, located in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture Japan. It is 7.2 kilometers from the western terminus of the Kominato Line at Goi Station.
Kazusa-Mitsumata Station was opened on November 20, 1932. The original station building burned down in February 2001 and was replaced by the current log-cabin style structure. The station has been unattended since 1956.
- Kominato Railway Company
Kazusa-Mitsumata Station has a single side platform for bidirectional traffic.
|1||■ Kominato Line||Goi|
|2||■ Kominato Line||Kazusa-Ushiku, Kazusa-Nakano|
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- (in Japanese) Kominato Railway Company home page