It is a standing reminder of the old station building: a station that lines the national route
Much like with Yoshinobu and Matsumaru, this station was opened as an extension from Chikanga Station under the former Uwajima Railways. The station name stems from the Edo Period village name, said to have come from the natural springs known as izumi. It is an unmanned station with one platform serving one track, set up with a portable toilet and a waiting room in a small building on the platform. Although they are still young, there are sakura trees growing around the platform, perfect for taking photographs in springtime.
General Information About the Station
|Ehime Prefecture, Kita-Uwa County, Kihoku Town,Izume
|December 12, 1923 (Taisho 12)
|Number of Platforms
|1 platform, 1 track