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Station staff are absent all day.
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Information of surrounding facilities
Matsunohama station opened in December 1914. The name of the station at that time was "Sukematsu" and was changed to "Matsunohama" in December 1960. Sone Shrine, located about 1.2km southeast of the station, is said to be the oldest shrine in Izumiotsu City. In 1976, the Ikegami-Sone Ruins, a large Yayoi period settlement that extends from Sone-cho, where the shrine is located, to Ikegami-cho, Izumi City, was designated as a national historic site. The Ikegami Ruins Historic Site Park houses the Ikegami Sone Yayoi Information Center and the Ikegami Sone Yayoi Learning Museum, and the adjacent Osaka Prefectural Museum of Yayoi Culture collects, preserves, researches, and displays materials and information related to Yayoi culture.
Osaka Prefectural Museum of Yayoi Culture《20 minutes on foot from the station》
The purpose of this museum is to collect, preserve, research, and exhibit materials and information related to Yayoi culture, and to encourage people to become more familiar with and learn about Yayoi culture.
[Address] 4-8-27 Ikegamicho, Izumi City [TEL/JP only] 0725-46-2162
Asuto Hall《2 minutes on foot from the station》
It is a comprehensive communication space aiming for lifelong learning and the creation of local communities.
[Address] 1-13-4 Futtacho, Izumiotsu City [TEL/JP only] 0725-20-6778
Information of Matsunohama Station
1-1-15 Futtacho, Izumiotsu City