|Location||Sonezaki Nichōme, Kita, Osaka, Osaka |
|Operated by||Osaka Metro|
|Line(s)||Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line|
Higashi-Umeda Station (東梅田駅, Higashi-Umeda-eki, T20) is a railway station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line in Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan. The station is located along Whity Umeda.
There are two side platforms with two tracks on the second basement. There are two tickets gates in the north for exit from each platform, in the center for entrance to and exit from each platform, and one in the south for entrance to and exit from both platforms.
|1||■ Tanimachi Line||for Minami-morimachi, Temmabashi, Tanimachi, Tennoji and Yaominami|
|2||■ Tanimachi Line||for Miyakojima and Dainichi|
|Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line (T20)|
|Nakazakichō (T19)||-||Minami-morimachi (T21)|
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