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Hisai Station

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Operated by  Kintetsu Railway
Passengers (FY2010)  5578 daily
Opened  1908
Line(s)  Nagoya Line
Address  Japan
Hisai Station
Location  994-6 Hisai Shinmachi, Tsu, Mie (三重県津市久居新町994-6) Japan
Similar  Tsu Station, Minamigaoka Station, Tsu‑shimmachi Station, Momozono Station, Edobashi Station

Kintetsu train pass railcross near hisai station japan


Hisai Station (久居駅, Hisai-eki) is a railway station on the Nagoya Line in Tsu, Mie Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Kintetsu Railway. Hisai Station is 74.0 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Kintetsu Nagoya Station.

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Kintetsu local train stop hisai station japan


Line

  • Kintetsu Nagoya Line
  • Station layout

    Hisai Station has two opposed side platforms.

    Platforms

    Passengers to Osaka must change trains at Ise-Nakagawa Station (also at Tsuruhashi for Kobe) as no through trains to and from Osaka stop at this station.

    History

    Hisai Station opened on November 10, 1908 as a station on the Dai Nippon Kido’s Ise Line, which was renamed the Chusei Railway in 1920. The Sangu Express Electric Railway's Tsu Line connected to the station on May 18, 1930. The Tsu Line was renamed the Nagoya Line on December 7, 1938. On March 15, 1941, the Sangu Express Electric Railway merged with Osaka Electric Railway to become a station on Kansai Express Railway's Nagoya Line. This line in turn was merged with the Nankai Electric Railway on June 1, 1944 to form Kintetsu. The Chusei Railway went out of business on December 1, 1942. The station was rebuilt in November 1997.

    References

    Hisai Station Wikipedia


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