Kuzuha Station

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Kuzuha Station

樟葉駅
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Station building
LocationKuzuha-Hanazonocho, Hirakata, Osaka
(大阪府枚方市楠葉花園町)
Japan
Coordinates 34°51′43.16″N135°40′30.98″E / 34.8619889°N 135.6752722°E / 34.8619889; 135.6752722 Coordinates: 34°51′43.16″N135°40′30.98″E / 34.8619889°N 135.6752722°E / 34.8619889; 135.6752722
Operated byKeihan Electric Railway
Line(s)Keihan Main Line
Connections
  • Bus terminal
History
Opened1910
Passengers
[1] 61,802 daily
Kuzuha Station layout

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Hashimoto

Kuzuha Station (樟葉駅, Kuzuha-eki) is a railway station in Kuzuha, Hirakata, Osaka, Japan. It serves passengers on the Keihan Main Line.

Contents

The new KUZUHA MALL, built in 2004, is in front of the station.

Layout

1, 2 Keihan Main Linefor Chushojima , Sanjo and Demachiyanagi
3, 4 Keihan Main Linefor Hirakatashi, Kyobashi , Yodoyabashi and Nakanoshima

Surroundings

History

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Keihan Railway Keihan Main Line
Makino  Local  Hashimoto
Makino Semi-Express (starting) Terminus
Makino Sub Express Hashimoto
Makino Commuter Sub Express
(in the morning on weekdays, only westbound for Yodoyabashi or Nakanoshima)
 Hashimoto
Hirakatashi  Express  Iwashimizu-hachimangū
Hirakatashi Midnight Express (terminating) Terminus
Hirakatashi Rapid Express  Chūshojima
Hirakatashi Commuter Rapid Express
(in the morning on weekdays, only westbound for Nakanoshima)
 Chūshojima
Hirakatashi Liner Chūshojima
Hirakatashi Limited Express Chūshojima
Rapid Limited Express"RAKURAKU": Does not stop at this station

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References

  1. Statistics of Osaka Prefecture. Averaged 30,876 entries plus 30,926 exits in fiscal year 2007.
  2. Keihan Electric Railway Co., Ltd. "Keihan Company profile 2007-2008" (PDF) (in Japanese). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-12-20. Retrieved 2008-03-17.