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Tomio Station, January 2008
|Location||3-35, Tomiomotomachi 2-chome, Nara, Nara
|Operated by||Kintetsu Railway|
|Previous names||Tomio (1914 - 1941)
Tobinomura (1941 - 1953) (until 1953)
|Passengers (November 13, 2012)||28,456 daily|
The station has an island platform and two tracks.
|1||■ Nara Line||for Gakuen-mae, Yamato-Saidaiji, Nara, Tenri and Kyoto|
|2||■ Nara Line||for Ikoma, Fuse, Osaka Namba and Amagasaki|
- April 30, 1914 - The station was opened as a station of Osaka Electric Tramway Co., Ltd. (Daiki)
- March 15, 1941 - Daiki consolidated Sangu Kyuko Railway and renamed Kansai Kyuko Railway Co. (Kankyu)
- September, 1941 - It renamed to "Tobinomura Station (鵄邑駅 Tobinomura-eki?)".
- June 1, 1944 - Kankyu consolidated nankai Railway and renamed Kinki Nippon Railway Co.
- April 1, 1953 - It renamed to "Tomio Station (富雄駅 Tomio-eki?)".
- June 28, 2003 - Kinki Nippon Railway Co. was renamed Kintetsu Corporation.
- April 1, 2007 - Starts using PiTaPa
|Nara Line (A19)|
|Higashi-Ikoma (A18)||Local||Gakuen-mae (A20)|
|Express: Does not stop at this station|
|Rapid Express: Does not stop at this station|
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