Komagawa-Nakano Station

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Komagawa-Nakano Station

駒川中野駅
Osaka Metro station
The platform of Komagawa-Nakano station.JPG
Station platform
Operated by Osaka Metro
Line(s) Tanimachi Line
Other information
Station codeT31
History
Opened1980

Komagawa-Nakano Station (駒川中野駅, -eki, T31) is a train station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line in Harinakano Itchome, Higashisumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, Japan.

Contents

Layout

1  Tanimachi Line for Yaominami
2  Tanimachi Line for Tennoji, Higashi-Umeda and Dainichi

Surroundings

Bus stop

Komagawa, Subway Komagawa-Nakano (Osaka City Bus)
  • Route 3: for Subway Suminoekoen / for Deto Bus Terminal

Stations next to Komagawa-Nakano

«Service»
Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line (T31)
Tanabe (T30)- Hirano (T32)

Coordinates: 34°37′17.40″N135°31′58.93″E / 34.6215000°N 135.5330361°E / 34.6215000; 135.5330361

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