Nakagawara Station (Mie)

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Nakagawara Station
Nakagawara station in Yokkaichi.jpg
Nakagawara Station
Prefecture Mie
(See other stations in Mie)
City Yokkaichi
Neighborhood 2-2-14 Nakagawara
Postal code 510-0833
Address in Japanese 三重県四日市市中川原二丁目2-14
Opened 1913
Rail services
Operator(s) Kintetsu
Line(s) Yunoyama Line
Statistics 881 passengers/day
Bus There is a bus stop near this station

Nakagawara Station (中川原駅 Nakagawara-eki?) is a railway station on the Kintetsu Yunoyama Line in Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Kintetsu. Nakagawara Station is 1.7 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Kintetsu-Yokkaichi Station.[1]



Nakagawara Station has two opposed side platforms, connected by a level crossing to the station building.


1   Yunoyama Line for Yokkaichi • Nagoya • Osaka
2   Yunoyama Line for Komono • Yunoyama-Onsen

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Kintetsu Yunoyama Line
Kintetsu-Yokkaichi   Local   Ise-Matsumoto


Nakagawara Station is used primarily by morning and evening commuters to school and work.

According to a study conducted on November 8, 2005,[citation needed] 1,281 people passed through this station daily. This made it the:

  • 226th busiest Kintetsu station (out of 323 total stations at the time).
  • 58th busiest Kintetsu station in Mie Prefecture (out of 116 total stations at the time).
  • 6th busiest station on the Yunoyama Line (out of 10 total stations).


  • September 24, 1913 - Station opens as a passenger station on the Yokkaichi Railway.
  • March 1, 1931 - Station falls under the ownership of Mie Railway following merger.
  • February 11, 1944 - Station falls under the ownership of Sanco following merger.
  • February 1, 1964 - Station falls under the ownership of Mie Electric Railway after railway division of Sanco splits off and forms separate company.
  • April 1, 1965 - Station falls under the ownership of Kintetsu following merger.[2]
  • April 1, 2007 - Support for PiTaPa and ICOCA begins.
  • October 2012 - Station is unattended after installation of automatic wicket gates


  1. ^ Terada, Hirokazu (July 2002). データブック日本の私鉄 [Databook: Japan's Private Railways]. Japan: Neko Publishing. ISBN 4-87366-874-3. 
  2. ^ Kintetsu Company History

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Coordinates: 34°58′8.8″N 136°36′8.8″E / 34.969111°N 136.602444°E / 34.969111; 136.602444