Nishi-Tawaramoto Station

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Nishi-Tawaramoto Station
西田原本駅
Kintetsu Railway commuter rail station
Nishi-Tawaramoto Station
Nishi-Tawaramoto Station
Location 202-2, Tonomachi, Tawaramoto,
Nara,
  • Japan
  • (奈良県磯城郡田原本町殿町202-2)
Coordinates 34°33′13.09″N 135°47′22.75″E / 34.5536361°N 135.7896528°E / 34.5536361; 135.7896528Coordinates: 34°33′13.09″N 135°47′22.75″E / 34.5536361°N 135.7896528°E / 34.5536361; 135.7896528
Owned by KintetsuLogo.svg Kintetsu Railway
Operated by KintetsuLogo.svg Kintetsu Railway
Line(s)  I  Tawaramoto Line
Distance 0 km (0 mi)
Platforms
Tracks 3
Train operators KintetsuLogo.svg Kintetsu Railway
Bus stands 1
Connections
Construction
Structure type At grade
Parking Parking Available
Bicycle facilities Bicycle facilities Available
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code  I36 
Website www.kintetsu.co.jp/station/station_info/en_station12012.html
History
Opened April 26, 1918 (100 years ago) (1918-04-26)
Electrified 1948
Previous names Kinki-Nippon Tawaramoto (until October 1, 1964 (1964-10-01))
Traffic
Passengers (2015) 4,809 daily
Services
Preceding station   KintetsuLogo.svg Kintetsu Railway   Following station
toward Shin-Ōji
 I  Tawaramoto Line Terminus
   B  Kashihara Line  
Local
Transfer at: Tawaramoto
Express
Transfer at: Tawaramoto
Terminus

Nishi-Tawaramoto Station(西田原本駅) is a railway station in Tawaramoto, Nara, Japan, serving passengers traveling on Kintetsu Railway's Tawaramoto Line. It is 10.1 km (6.3 mi) from Shin-Ōji.

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Platforms and tracks[edit]

Street level Exit / entrance, parking lots, and both taxi and bus stands.
Platform level Track 2  I  Tawaramoto Line Local for Shin-Ōji
Partial bay platform, doors will open on the left or the right    Handicapped/disabled access Public washrooms
Track 1  I  Tawaramoto Line Local for Shin-Ōji
Track Disused
Side platform, disused


Station layout

Kuroda / Iwami

Tawaramoto
1
2

History[edit]

  • 1918 Apr. 16 - Tawaramoto Station was opened by the Yamato Railway, while another Tawaramoto Station was opened by the Osaka Electric Tramway in 1923.
  • 1944 Jan. 11 - Train services between Tawaramoto and Sakurai was discontinued.
  • 1958 The discontinued section between Tawaramoto and Sakurai was abandoned.
  • 1964 Oct. 1 - The Shigi Ikoma Electric Railway acquired the Yamato Railways.
  • 1964 Oct. 1 - The Kintetsu Railway acquired the Shigi Ikoma Electric Railway, then Tawaramoto Station was renamed to Nishi-Tawaramoto.
  • 2007 Apr. 1 - PiTaPa, a reusable contactless stored value smart card, has been available.

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