Nakamozu Station

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Nakamozu

中百舌鳥/なかもず/中もず
Nakamozu St platform.jpg
Location2 Nakamozu-cho, Kita, Sakai, Osaka
(堺市北区中百舌鳥町2丁)
Japan
Operated by
Line(s)
Platforms6
Connections
  • Bus terminal
Other information
Station codeNK59 (Nankai)
SB01 (Semboku)
M30 (Osaka Metro)
History
Opened1912

There are two railway stations named Nakamozu (中百舌鳥駅, Nakamozu-eki) in Nakamozuchō Nichō, Kita-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. One is on the Nankai Koya Line and the Semboku Rapid Railway, and the other is on the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line.

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The name of the station is difficult to read in kanji. The subway station shows the name in hiragana (なかもず) for information, but uses kanji for the official station name. The Semboku Rapid Railway Line uses both kanji and hiragana (中もず) on the destination signs at the stations and on the destination displays on the trains.

Layout

Nankai Railway Koya Line, Semboku Rapid Railway

Nakamozu

中百舌鳥
Nankai, Semboku
Nankai Nakamozu Station 20191102.jpg
Nankai Nakamozu station building
Location2-196 Nakamozu-cho, Kita, Sakai, Osaka
(堺市北区中百舌鳥町2丁196番地)
Japan
Coordinates 34°33′22.41″N135°30′16.07″E / 34.5562250°N 135.5044639°E / 34.5562250; 135.5044639 (Nakamozu Station (Nankai, Semboku))
Operated by
Line(s)
Other information
Station codeNK59 (Nankai)
SB01 (Semboku)
History
Opened1912
Passengers
FY200817,869 (Nankai)
124,066 (Semboku) daily

A station owned by Nankai and Semboku has two island platforms serving four tracks on the ground, with buildings over the platforms and tracks. The outer tracks are used for the Koya Line and the inner ones are for Semboku. A reversing track for Semboku is located in the west of the platforms and between 2 tracks for the Koya Line.

1 Nankai Railway Koya Linefor Koyasan
2 Semboku Rapid Railwayfor Izumi-Chuo
3 Nankai Railway Koya Linefrom Semboku Rapid Railway for Namba
4 Nankai Railway Koya Linefrom Kitanoda for Namba

Osaka Metro Midosuji Line

Nakamozu

なかもず
Osaka Metro
Location2-240-1 Nakamozu-cho, Kita, Sakai, Osaka
(堺市北区中百舌鳥町2丁240番地1)
Japan
Coordinates 34°33′21.77″N135°30′20.89″E / 34.5560472°N 135.5058028°E / 34.5560472; 135.5058028 (Nakamozu Station (Osaka Municipal Subway))
Operated by Osaka Metro
Line(s) Midosuji Line
Other information
Station codeM30
History
Opened1987
Passengers
FY200779,680 daily

Subway station has an island platform serving two tracks underground. It is the southernmost station on the Osaka subway system.

1, 2 Midōsuji Linefor Tennoji , Namba, Umeda, Shin-Osaka , Esaka and Senri-Chūō

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Nankai Railway Koya Line (NK59)
Mozuhachiman (NK58) Local (各駅停車)  Shirasagi (NK60)
Mozuhachiman (NK58) Semi-Express Shirasagi (NK60)
Sub Express: Does not stop at this station
Express: Does not stop at this station
Rapid Express: Does not stop at this station
Limited Express Koya, Rinkan: Does not stop at this station
Semboku Rapid Railway (SB01)
Mozuhachiman (NK58, Nankai Railway Koya Line) Local (各駅停車) Fukai (SB02)
Mozuhachiman (NK58, Nankai Railway Koya Line) Semi-Express  Fukai (SB02)
Sub Express: Does not stop at this station
Limited Express Semboku Liner: Does not stop at this station
Osaka Metro Midōsuji Line (M30)
Shinkanaoka (M29)-Terminus


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