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

    Voice guidance is not provided.

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

Tsuruhara station opened in May 1916. In the premises, there is a Jizo Bodhisattva built in 1954 to mourn for the station manager who died in the line of duty. About 300 meters southwest of the station, there is Kashita Shrine which was once called Ichikishima Shrine and enshrined Ichikishima hime no mikoto. It is said to have originated from the fact that when Katsuma, a retainer of the Kusunoki clan, lost the war, he carried the enshrined deity on his back and asked the Shinkawa clan, a wealthy family at the time, to enshrine it. It is said that one of the ninety-nine ojis built along the Kumano Kodo from the end of the Heian period to the Kamakura period, Kaida Oji (also known as Tsuruhara Oji), was located near the Kaida intersection further southeast from the station.

Information of Tsuruhara Station


1-1-26 Tsuruhara, Izumisano City

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