Trains stopping at this station
- Section Express
Assignment time of station staff
Station staff are absent all day.
Please use the intercom to call staff.
Information of surrounding facilities
Kyoshi station is the southernmost station in Osaka Prefecture, which opened in April 1915. The No. 1 Kyoshi Tunnel, which runs through Kyoshi Pass on the border of Osaka Prefecture and Wakayama Prefecture, has an outbound line of 694 meters and an inbound line of 651 meters. About 1.5 kilometers from the station, between the tracks on the Namba side and the national highway, there are two stone monuments, said to be the graves of Tachibana Hayanari and his daughter. Hayanari, a calligrapher in the early Heian period, was called on of the "three great calligraphers of the world." On the south side of the station, after crossing the Kyoshi No. 2 railroad crossing, the road on the left is a climbing course to Mt. Iimori (385 meters above sea level). If you turn left on the way and climb the stone steps, you will find Kosenji Temple, also known as Kyoshi Kannon.
Information of Kyōshi Station
602 Kyoshi, Misaki-cho, Sennan-gun, Osaka