Kasanui Station

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Kasanui Station

笠縫駅
Kintetsu Railway commuter rail station
The station building of Kasanui Station
The station building of Kasanui Station
Location330, Hatanoshō, Tawaramoto
Nara
  • Japan
  • (奈良県磯城郡田原本町秦ノ庄330)
Coordinates34°32′29″N 135°47′39″E / 34.5415°N 135.7941°E / 34.5415; 135.7941Coordinates: 34°32′29″N 135°47′39″E / 34.5415°N 135.7941°E / 34.5415; 135.7941
Owned byKintetsuLogo.svg Kintetsu Railway
Operated byKintetsuLogo.svg Kintetsu Railway
Line(s) B  Kashihara Line
Distance17.3 km (10.7 mi)
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks2
Train operatorsKintetsuLogo.svg Kintetsu Railway
Construction
Structure typeAt grade
ParkingNone
Bicycle facilitiesBicycle facilities Available
Disabled accessYes (slopes for each platform)
Other information
Station code B37 
Websitewww.kintetsu.co.jp/station/station_info/en_station06016.html
History
Opened21 March 1923 (1923-03-21)
Traffic
Passengers (2015)2,615 daily
Services
Preceding station   KintetsuLogo.svg Kintetsu Railway   Following station
   B  Kashihara Line  
Local

Kasanui Station (笠縫駅, Kasanui-eki) is a local railway station on Kintetsu Kashihara Line. It is located in Tawaramoto, Nara, Japan, between Tawaramoto Station and Yamato-Yagi Station, it is near the Buddhist temple Jinraku-ji.

Lines[edit]

Platforms and tracks[edit]

1  Kashihara Line for Yamato-Yagi and Kashihara-Jingumae
2  Kashihara Line for Yamato-Saidaiji and Kyoto

History[edit]

  • 1923—Kasanui Station was opened by the Osaka Electric Tramway as the Unebi Line was extended from Hirahata to Kashiharajingu-mae Station.
  • 1941—Owned by the Kansai Express Railway that merged with the Sangu Express Railway.
  • 1944—Owned by the Kinki Nippon Railway that merged with the Nankai Railway, the station was renamed as Kinki Nihppn Tawaramoto Station.
  • Apr. 1, 2007—PiTaPa, a reusable contactless stored value smart card, has been available.

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