Iseda Station (伊勢田駅)
The station has two separate platforms and two tracks that run in opposite directions. The platform has a length sufficient to accommodate six cars. The ticket gates and concourses are below ground level, but the platforms are at ground level. An entrance is located at each platform, nearer to Yamato-Saidaiji Station in the running direction.
The automatic ticket gates were manufactured by Toshiba. The red automatic ticket gate (EG-2000) can treat two tickets collectively when exiting, and it accepts PiTaPa/ICOCA cards.
According to a survey conducted on November 8, 2005, the station was used by 7,766 people.
This station ranks eighty-seventh among all the Kintetsu stations surveyed (323 stations at that time).
It ranks seventeenth among stations on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line (twenty-six stations, including Yamato-Saidaiji Station).
It ranks fifteenth among the Kintetsu stations in Kyoto Prefecture (twenty-three stations).
The station is situated in a residential area. The Utoro district, famous for its Korea town, is a ten-minute walk from the station.
November 3, 1928: The station opened as a facility of Nara Electric Railway when the line between Momoyamagoryomae Station and Saidaiji Station (the present-day Yamato-Saidaiji Station) was opened.
October 1, 1963: The station became part of the Kintetsu Kyoto Line of Kintetsu Railways due to the amalgamation.
June 4, 1995: The station house was moved below ground.
April 1, 2007: The PiTaPa card became available.