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.
|Kintetsu Railway commuter rail station|
|Location||330, Hatanoshō, Tawaramoto|
|Owned by||Kintetsu Railway|
|Operated by||Kintetsu Railway|
|Distance||17.3 km (10.7 mi)|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Train operators||Kintetsu Railway|
|Structure type||At grade|
|Disabled access||Yes (slopes for each platform)|
|Opened||21 March 1923|
Platforms and tracksEdit
|1||■ Kashihara Line||for Yamato-Yagi and Kashihara-Jingumae|
|2||■ Kashihara Line||for Yamato-Saidaiji and Kyoto|
- 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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