|Owner||Hankai Tramway Co., Ltd.|
The Hankai Line (阪堺電車阪堺線, Hankai Densha Hankai-sen) is a tramway in the cities of Osaka and Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Hankai Tramway Co., Ltd. owns and operates the line.
The line's name comes from Osaka (大阪) (the kanji character for saka is also pronounced han) and Sakai (堺) (whose kanji contributed the kai).
The Hankai Line has its origin in the Hankai Tramway Co., Ltd., founded in 1910. In 1915 the company merged with the Nankai Railway which runs north and south in Osaka. The city's overall tram network was once extensive. As motorization developed as an alternative form of transportation along with the construction of subway lines underneath major routes, the trams lost their passengers, causing Osaka's once-extensive tram network to shrink, with the only the Hankai and Uemachi tram lines remaining.  In 1980, Hankai split from Nankai.
Station numbers are in parentheses. [numbering 1]
All trams from Ebisucho go only as far as Abikomichi, while Uemachi Line trains go through from Tennoji-ekimae to Hamadera-ekimae. [revision2013 1]
|HN51||Ebisuchō||恵美須町||-||0.0||Osaka Municipal Subway: Sakaisuji Line (Ebisuchō: K18)||Osaka||Naniwa|
|HN52||Shin-Imamiya-Ekimae||新今宮駅前||0.6||0.6|| JR West: Osaka Loop Line・Kansai Main Line (Yamatoji Line) (Shin-Imamiya)|
Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line ・Kōya Line (Shin-Imamiya)
Osaka Municipal Subway: Midōsuji Line ・ Sakaisuji Line (Dōbutsuen-mae: M22, K19)
|HN53||Imaike||今池||0.4||1.0||Nankai Electric Railway: Kōya Line (Haginochaya)|
|HN54||Imafune||今船||0.3||1.3||Osaka Municipal Subway: Yotsubashi Line (Hanazonochō: K17)|
|HN56||Kita-Tengachaya||北天下茶屋||0.3||2.0||Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line・Kōya Line (Tengachaya)|
Osaka Municipal Subway: Sakaisuji Line (Tengachaya)
|HN58||Tenjinnomori||天神ノ森||0.4||2.8||Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line ・Kōya Line (Kishinosato-Tamade)|
|HN59||Higashi-Tamade||東玉出||0.4||3.2||Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line ・Kōya Line (Kishinosato-Tamade)|
|HN61||Higashi-Kohama||東粉浜||0.6||4.2||Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line (Kohama)||Sumiyoshi|
|HN10||Sumiyoshi||住吉||0.4||4.6||Hankai Tramway: Uemachi Line|
|HN12||Sumiyoshi-toriimae||住吉鳥居前||0.2||4.8||Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line (Sumiyoshitaisha)|
|HN14||Anryumachi||安立町||0.5||5.6||Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line (Suminoe)|
|HN29||Funao||船尾||0.7||12.9||Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line (Suwanomori)|
|HN31||Hamadera eki-mae||浜寺駅前||1.2||14.1||Nankai Electric Railway: Nankai Main Line (Hamaderakōen)|
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