|Operated by|| Osaka Metro |
Keihan Electric Railway
|Platforms||2 island platforms (1 for each line)|
|Tracks||4 (2 for each line)|
|Station code||KH02 (Keihan Electric Railway) |
K14 (Osaka Metro)
|Opened||1963 (Keihan Main Line) |
1969 (Sakaisuji Line)
Kitahama Station (北浜駅, Kitahama-eki) is a railway station on the Keihan Electric Railway Keihan Main Line and the Osaka Metro Sakaisuji Line in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan.
Kitahama is the closest station to the Osaka Securities Exchange and the financial district.
|1||■ Keihan Main Line||for Hirakatashi, Chushojima, Sanjo and Demachiyanagi|
|2||■ Keihan Main Line||to Yodoyabashi|
|1||■ Sakaisuji Line||for Sakaisuji-Hommachi, Nippombashi, Dobutsuen-mae and Tengachaya|
|2||■ Sakaisuji Line||for Tenjimbashisuji Rokuchome, Awaji, Kita-Senri and Takatsuki-shi|
|Keihan Railway Keihan Main Line|
|Osaka Metro Sakaisuji Line|
|Extra Limited Express "Hozu": Does not stop at this station|
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