|Location|| Osaka, Osaka |
Ōsaka Namba Station
JR Namba Station
Namba Station (難波駅, なんば駅, Nanba-eki) is a name shared by two railway stations in the Namba district of Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. One is owned by Nankai Electric Railway, while the other is by the Osaka Metro. The names of both stations are written in hiragana on signage within the stations, because the kanji "難波" can be also read "Naniwa". However, the name of both stations officially employs kanji, printed on train tickets.
They are close to JR Namba Station and Ōsaka Namba Station.
|Nankai Electric Railway station|
|Location||1-60, Namba Gochōme, Chūō, Osaka, Osaka |
|Operated by||Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd.|
|Platforms||16 (7 island platforms, 2 side platforms)|
|Connections||Bus stop |
Ōsaka Namba Station
JR Namba Station
|Opened||29 December 1885|
There are nine bay platforms with eight tracks on the third floor. Nankai Terminal Building is located in front of the station. Ticket gates are located in the north of the platform, in the center on the second floor and in the south on the second floor.
|1||■ Nankai Koya Line||mainly Local trains|
|2||■ Nankai Koya Line||mainly Semi-Express to Semboku Rapid Railway|
some Express, Rapid Express and Sub. Express in the peaks
|3||■ Nankai Koya Line||mainly Limited Express, Express, Sub. Express and Rapid Express|
|4||■ Nankai Koya Line||mainly Limited Express, Express, Sub. Express and Rapid Express|
|5||■ Nankai Line and Airport Line||mainly Limited Express, Express, Sub. Express and Airport Express|
|6||■ Nankai Line and Airport Line||mainly Limited Express, Express, Sub. Express and Airport Express|
|7||■ Nankai Line and Airport Line||mainly Local trains|
|8||■ Nankai Line and Airport Line||occasionally used for Local trains|
|9||■ Airport Line||Airport Limited Express Rapi:t|
|Nankai Main Line (NK01)|
(No trains stop at Imamiyaebisu and Haginochaya)
|Terminus||Limited Express Rapi:t|
Limited Express Southern
|Terminus||Airport Express||Shin-Imamiya (NK03)|
|Terminus||Sub. Express||Shin-Imamiya (NK03)|
|Terminus||Semi-Express (terminating)||Shin-Imamiya (NK03)|
|Koya Line (NK01)|
|Terminus||Limited Express Koya|
Limited Express Rinkan
Limited Express Semboku Liner
|Terminus||Rapid Express||Shin-Imamiya (NK03)|
|Terminus||Sub. Express||Shin-Imamiya (NK03)|
|Osaka Metro station|
|Other names||Nankai Namba Station|
|Location||Namba Nichōme, Chūō-ku|
Namba Sanchōme, Chūō-ku
Motomachi Itchōme, Naniwa-ku
|Coordinates|| (Midosuji Line)|
|Operated by||Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau (Municipal Subway)|
|Platforms||Midōsuji Line: 3 (1 island platform, 1 side platform)|
Yotsubashi Line: 2 (1 island platform)
Sennichimae Line: 2 (1 island platform)
|Tracks||Midōsuji Line: 2|
Yotsubashi Line: 2
Sennichimae Line: 2
|Station code||M20 (Midōsuji Line) |
Y15 (Yotsubashi Line)
S16 (Sennichimae Line)
|Opened||30 October 1935|
(Osaka Municipal Subway)
Midōsuji Line (M20)
Sennichimae Line (S16)
Yotsubashi Line (Y15)
|1||■ Midōsuji Line||for Tennoji , Abiko, and Nakamozu|
|2||■ Midōsuji Line||for Umeda, Shin-Ōsaka, Esaka, and Senri-Chūō|
The Midōsuji Line station originally opened as an island platform serving two tracks, but overcrowding prompted construction of a side platform serving northbound trains (that platform opened in 1987). As of 2015 [update] , the island platform serves only southbound trains, and the northbound side of the island platform is fenced off.
|3||■ Sennichimae Line||for Tsuruhashi and Minami-Tatsumi|
|5||■ Sennichimae Line||for Nodahanshin|
|1||■ Yotsubashi Line||for Daikokucho and Suminoekoen|
|2||■ Yotsubashi Line||for Nishi-Umeda|
|Midōsuji Line (M20)|
|Shinsaibashi (M19)||-||Daikokucho (M21)|
|Sennichimae Line (S16)|
|Sakuragawa (S15)||-||Nippombashi (S17)|
|Yotsubashi Line (Y15)|
|Yotsubashi (Y14)||-||Daikokucho (Y16)|
The Nankai Electric Railway station opened on 29 December 1885.The Osaka Subway Midosuji Line station opened on 30 October 1935, the Yotsubashi Line station opened on 1 October 1965, and the Sennichimae Line opened on 11 March 1970.
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