|Location||Kami-Motoyama-cho, Sasebo, Nagasaki
|Operated by||Matsuura Railway|
|Previous names||Nakazato Station
Hizen-Nakazato (until 1988)
|Passengers (2006)||167 daily|
Nakazato Station has one ground level island platform serving two tracks.
- National Route 204
- Hinokidai Danchi
- March 27, 1920 - Opens for business by Sasebo Railway as Nakazato Station.
- October 1, 1936 - The Railroad Ministry nationalizes all of Sasebo Railway, this station becomes a station of the JGR Matsuura Line and renamed to Hizen-Nakazato Station (肥前中里駅 Hizen-Nakazato-eki).
- April 1, 1987 - Railways privatize and this station is inherited by JR Kyushu.
- April 1, 1988 - This station is inherited by Matsuura Railway and Renamed to present name.
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