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|Location|| Chūō-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture |
Kobe-Sannomiya Station (神戸三宮駅, Kōbe-Sannomiya-eki), or simply Sannomiya Station (三宮駅, Sannomiya-eki), is located in the heart of Kobe, Japan. This station is the main railway terminal of Kobe.
Sannomiya is served by the following railway lines and stations:
|Hanshin Railway station|
|Location||1-8, Onoe-dōri Hatchōme, Chūō-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture |
|Operated by||Hanshin Electric Railway|
|Line(s)||Hanshin Main Line|
|Station code||HS 32|
|Previous names||Kōbe Kumoi-dōri; Kōbe (until 1936)|
Kobe Sannomiya Station
1936-July 21, 2011
August 27, 2012-
This station has a combination bay/island platform serving three tracks below ground level. Tracks 1 and 3 are for through-trains running between Umeda and Sanyo Himeji, while track 2 is for trains headed to Ōsaka Namba and Kintetsu Nara.
|1||■ ■ Main Line||for Koshien , Amagasaki and Osaka (Umeda) |
from Shinkaichi for Osaka (Namba) and Nara (weekends and holidays)
|2||■ ■ Main Line||returning for Koshien , Amagasaki, Osaka (Umeda, Namba) and Nara|
|(2)||■ ■Main Line||for getting off|
|3||■ ■ Main Line||for Motomachi , Kosoku Kobe , Shinkaichi, Suma, Akashi and Himeji|
|Hanshin Electric Railway Main Line (HS 32)|
|Kasuganomichi (HS 31)||Hanshin Local||Motomachi (HS 33)|
|Terminus||Sanyo Local||Motomachi (HS 33)|
|Uozaki (HS 23)||Rapid Express||Motomachi (HS 33) (3 eastbound trains only, on weedends and holidays)|
|Mikage (HS 25)||Limited Express||Motomachi (HS 33)|
|Terminus||Sanyo S Limited Express||Motomachi (HS 33)|
|Hankyu Railway station|
|Location||Kanōchō Yonchōme, Chūō-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture |
|Operated by||Hankyu Corporation|
|Previous names||Kōbe; Sannomiya (until 2013)|
Kōbe Sannomiya Station
Hankyu Railway’s station was established in 1936, and as its terminal within the city, was initially referred to as “Kobe”.
The original station building was noted for its Art Deco architecture and a grand arch through which trains passed on their approach to the station; this was damaged beyond repair in the 1995 Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake and was replaced by a temporary structure, which remained in use until 2020. A new high-rise building is now under construction, mimicking the design of the original station building, but lacking the arch over the tracks.
This station has two island platforms with three tracks elevated close to JR Sannomiya Station.
|1||■ Kobe Kosoku Line||(Line 1) for Shinkaichi and the Sanyo Railway Main Line (Akashi, Himeji)|
|2||■ Kobe Kosoku Line||(Line 2) for Shinkaichi and the Sanyo Railway Main Line (Akashi, Himeji)|
only used for terminating trains
|3||■ Kobe Line||(Line 2) for Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi, Osaka (Umeda), Takarazuka, Imazu, Kyoto and Kita-Senri|
|4||■ Kobe Line||(Line 3) for Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi, Osaka (Umeda), Takarazuka, Imazu , Kyoto and Kita-Senri|
|Hankyu Railway Kobe Line, Kobe Kosoku Line (HK-16)|
|Kasuganomichi (Kobe Line, HK-15)||Hankyu Local||Hanakuma (Kobe Kosoku Line, HK-17)|
|Terminus||Sanyo Local||Hanakuma (Kobe Kosoku Line, HK-17)|
|Kasuganomichi (Kobe Line, HK-15)||Commutation Express||Terminus|
|Kasuganomichi (Kobe Line, HK-15)||Express||Hanakuma (Kobe Kosoku Line, HK-17)|
|Rokkō (Kobe Line, HK-13)||Rapid Express||Hanakuma (Kobe Kosoku Line, HK-17)|
|Rokkō (Kobe Line, HK-13)||Limited Express "Atago" (Kosoku Kobe - Arashiyama)|
(operated during crowded season)
|Hanakuma (Kobe Kosoku Line, HK-17)|
|Okamoto (Kobe Line, HK-11)||Limited Express|
Commutation Limited Express
|Hanakuma (Kobe Kosoku Line, HK-17)|
|Kobe Municipal Subway station|
Platform 2 (2008)
|Location||Kitanagasa-dōri Itchōme, Chūō-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture |
|Operated by||Kobe Municipal Transportation Bureau|
|Platforms||2 side platforms (1 on each level)|
|Tracks||2 (1 on each level)|
|Connections||Kaigan Line at Sannomiya-Hanadokeimae|
(Kobe Subway) layout
This station has a side platform serving a track on the second basement and the third basement.
|1||■ Seishin-Yamate Line||(second basement) for Shin-Kobe and Tanigami|
|2||■ Seishin-Yamate Line||(third basement) for Shin-Nagata, Myōdani and Seishin-Chuo|
|Seishin-Yamate Line (S03)|
|Shin-Kobe (S02)||-||Kenchomae (S04)|
|Port Liner station|
|Location||Kumoi-dōri Hatchōme, Chūō-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture |
|Operated by||Kobe New Transit|
|Line(s)||Port Island Line|
(Port Liner) layout
This station has an island platform serving two elevated tracks.
|1, 2||■ Port Liner||for Kobe Airport |
for Kita Futō
|Kobe New Transit Port Island Line (Port Liner, P01)|
|Terminus||Local||Bōeki Center (P02)|
|Terminus||Rapid||Naka Koen (P04)|
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