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so cute! i have met Nitama also here! even this little puffy sleep all the time!
feel a bit sorry for him that he have to stay in a glass box all the time
have a shop close to station don’t forget to buy some...More
Tama, the cat is a train station conductor since 2015. He rests on every Wednesday and Thursday. Also, he on duty only from 10:00 to 16:00. There is a cafe about Tama next to the station.It sells desserts and drinks. It closes before 6pm. If...More
The station building is built with a bark roof, cafe and museum is well organized and enjoy Tama cat duty and its cute manner here. There is also cute souvenirs for purshase and locally sourced ingredients juice and gelato.
Half day morning early summer that you can take most cute train to visit Captain Ni Tama at Kishi Station.
Don’t forget to try Soft Cream from the small opposite shop with the Station. Very delicious.
Wifey said a trip to 和歌山県 is NOT complete w/o visiting this! So after 和歌山城 we travelled here; to see the famous (cat) station. It is on Kuroshio Line and we took the cutie Electric Railway train that was reworked cat- themed. A cozy little...More
I came straight from KIX Airport (Osaka) to see the famous station and cat. It took me three trains, but the last one was really fun. My Wakayama Electric Railway train was Monster themed and nicely restored. Arriving at Kishi station I immediately found the...More
With a few spare hours we decided to check out the cat and it exceeded expectations. The train is beautifully decorated, the ride nice through the country side, lots of souvenirs to buy and places to eat. But Nitama wasn't wearing a uniform nor making...More
Interesting cosy station with Nitama station master onsite to welcome all visitors locally and around the world. There's a nice tama café in the station for rest while waiting for next train ride, eg, Strawberry train, toy train. The little town around the train station...More
It's a very cozy little station that has a cat, Nitama, as a stationmaster. The station building's facade is so unique and has it's own souvenir shop as well as Tama themed cafe with cat themed furnitures. We enjoyed our coffee and strawberry shaved ice...More
If you check the net on Tama the cat & the background story of how they say, a cat saved the railway & helped a bunch of rural towns, not to lose their train line.
Yes, it's a cat station. But worth while...More