The station first opened as “Masuda Station” in 1888, and adopted its present name “Natori Station” in 1963. It is served by the JR Tohoku Honsen Line, Joban Line, and the Sendai Airport Line. In order to meet the needs of the times, a new Natori station building with an East/West overhead passageway was completed in 2003. The building with the design concept, “Wings of Natori, which fly to the future” has a bright and open atmosphere which is appropriate for the face of Natori having an international airport.
On the west side of the station, the Poplar-tree lined street and “Sanekata” Street as well as a garden give you a sense of tranquility. In addition, the roundabout in front of the east entrance of the station highlights a modern Natori Station.
The Community Plaza in the station provides a library and Internet access.
|Address||Masuda, 2-5-1, Natori City|
|Business Hours||Hours 6:00 am – 9:00 pm (Midori-no-Madoguchi)|
|Parking||Parking available ( Free for the first 20 minutes)|
|Access||A 13-minute JR train ride from Sendai; A 10-minute train ride from Sendai Airport on the Sendai Airport Line|
The first shrine from ‘Natori Kumano Sanjya’ which was prayed for the coming of a deity by old lady.
Panorama view of downtown of Natori and the Pacific Ocean.
The beach is currently under restoration from the disaster.
One of Kumano Sanjya and you can see the view of Natori Plain and the Pacific Ocean from the hill top.
It is internationally praised performance.