Trains stopping at this station
Assignment time of station staff
Station staff are absent all day.
Please use the intercom to call staff.
Information of surrounding facilities
In 1933, Nankai Railway opened "Kaihinmura" in Nishikinohama Beach with the aim of becoming "the second Hamadera". The 200-person capacity "Tei-no-Ie" was built, and it gained popularity as a beach with lodging facilities. In June 1936, a temporary station was opened as the nearest station, open only during the summer. Two years later, in September 1938, it became a permanent station. The station name "Nishiki" represents the beach of "white sand and green pines". On the way to Nishikinohama Beach from the station, there is Yashina Shrine on the left hand side. It was built as a guardian deity by craftsmen of Kogi combs (Izumi combs), a special product of Kaizuka, which is said to have been manufactured in the Heian period.
Information of Nishikinohama Station
647-2 Sawa, Kaizuka City