Naniwabashi Station

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Naniwabashi Station

なにわ橋駅
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Exit of Naniwabashi station
LocationNakanoshima Itchome, Kita, Osaka, Osaka
(大阪市北区中之島一丁目)
Japan
Coordinates 34°41′35″N135°30′21″E / 34.692972°N 135.505937°E / 34.692972; 135.505937 Coordinates: 34°41′35″N135°30′21″E / 34.692972°N 135.505937°E / 34.692972; 135.505937
Operated by Keihan Electric Railway
Line(s) Nakanoshima Line
Platforms2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
History
Opened2008
Naniwabashi Station layout
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Naniwabashi Station (なにわ橋駅) is a railway station on the Keihan Nakanoshima Line in Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan. It opened on October 19, 2008 (the day of the opening of the Nakanoshima Line).

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Station layout

The station consists of an underground island platform serving two tracks.

1  Nakanoshima Line for Kyōbashi, Hirakatashi, Chushojima, Sanjō and Demachiyanagi (via Keihan Main Line)
2  Nakanoshima Line for Nakanoshima

Surroundings

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Keihan Railway Nakanoshima Line
Ōebashi All types Temmabashi

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