Trains stopping at this station

Nankai Line
  • Semi-Express
  • Local

Barrier-free Information

Wheelchair-accessible restroom
Ostomate Restroom
Nursing Bed
Mobility Scooters
Regular stocked Wheelchairs
Braille Guide

Assignment time of station staff

    East ticket gate (for Wakayama City)


    West ticket gate (for Namba)



    Even if it is during the staff placement time, the station staff may be absent depending on the situation.


    If the station staff are not available, please use the intercom to call the staff.


Information of surrounding facilities

Between Tsuruhara Station and Izumisano Station, in addition to the Tsuruhara district, there are traditional residential areas such as Shimokawaraya, Minato, Nakasho, and Kamikawaraya, and steel wire factories such as wire ropes were scattered. In April 1952, it opened between the two stations. The name of the station was adopted because the Kamigawaraya district in Yamanote used to be called Iharasho. Nakami Shrine in Nakasho is said to have been built in the early Heian period. The old name of the shrine was Omiya Shrine, but it is said that the name was changed to the current name from the "na'' from Nakasho, the "ka'' from Kamikawara, and the "mi" from Minato. The main shrine is a gorgeously colored Sangensha Nagarezukuri style and is a designated cultural property of Osaka Prefecture.

Surrounding Facilities

Ikora mall Izumisano 《Walk for about 10 minutes from the station》

There are many fashion, goods, and restaurants.

[Address] 2-2-77 Shimokawaraya, Izumisano City[TEL/JP only] 072-469-1147

Nakami Shrine 《Walk for about 10 minutes from the station》

[Address] 834 Nakasho, Izumisano City [TEL/JP only] 072-462-7080

Information of Iharanosato Station


1-1-57, Shimokawaraya, Izaumisano

Neighborhood Map