|Kintetsu Railway commuter rail station|
|Location||202-2, Tonomachi, Tawaramoto,
|Owned by||Kintetsu Railway|
|Operated by||Kintetsu Railway|
|Distance||0 km (0 mi)|
|Train operators||Kintetsu Railway|
|Structure type||At grade|
|Opened||April 26, 1918|
|Previous names||Kinki-Nippon Tawaramoto (until October 1, 1964)|
|Passengers (2015)||4,809 daily|
Platforms and tracks
|Street level||Exit / entrance, parking lots, and both taxi and bus stands.|
|Platform level||Track 2||← Tawaramoto Line ■ Local for Shin-Ōji|
|Partial bay platform, doors will open on the left or the right|
|Track 1||← ■ Local for Shin-ŌjiTawaramoto Line|
|Side platform, disused|
- 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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