Exterior of Mishima-Tamachi Station
|Location||Kitada, Mishima, Shizuoka
|Operated by||Izuhakone Railway|
|Previous names||Mishima-machi (until 1956)|
|Passengers (2006)||1753 daily|
Mishima-Tamachi Station (三島田町駅 Mishimatamachi-eki) is a train station of the Izuhakone Railway’s Sunzu Line located in Mishima, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is 2.0 rail kilometers from the line’s terminus at Mishima Station.
Mishima-Tamachi Station was opened on May 20, 1898 as Mishima-machi Station (三島町駅 Mishima-machi eki), the terminal station of the initial phase of line construction extending from Nanjō Station (present-day Izu-Nagaoka Station). The line was connected to the former Mishima Station (present day Shimo-Togari Station) on June 15 of the same year. On May 25, 1919 the line was electrified. The northern terminus of the line was moved to present-day Mishima Station in 1934. The station was renamed to its present name on February 1, 1956.
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