Trains stopping at this station

Kada Line
  • Local
  • Medetai Densha

Kada Sakana Line

Kada Line(Kada Sakana Line)Sightseeing Train Medetai Densha

Barrier-free Information

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

Assignment time of station staff

Station staff are absent all day.


    Please use the intercom to call staff.


Information of surrounding facilities

In December 1930, Nishinosho station opened at the same time as Higashi-Matsue Station. The place name "Nishinosho", which is also the name of the station, is said to be derived from the fact that Kinohonjo was once divided into Higashinosho and Nishinosho. In 1942, the Wakayama Steel Works of Sumitomo Metal Industries began operations, and the area developed. In 1954, the town was incorporated into Nishiwaki Town, and in September 1956, it merged with Wakayama City. "Kasai Park" is about a 10-minute walk from the station to the sea side. There are plenty of sports facilities such as tennis courts and archery fields, as well as amusement facilities such as children's amusement parks and field athletics.

Information of Nishinoshō Station


1016-3 Nishinosho, Wakayama City

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