Shin-Imamiya Station

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Shin-Imamiya Station

新今宮駅
Location Osaka
Japan
Operated by
Connections Osaka Metro (via transfer at Dobutsuen-mae ):
Midosuji Line
Sakaisuji Line
Location
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Shin-Imamiya Station
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Shin-Imamiya Station (新今宮駅, Shin-Imamiya-eki) is a railway station operated by West Japan Railway Company (JR West) [1] and Nankai Electric Railway. [2] Shin-Imamiya-Ekimae Station (新今宮駅前停留場, Shin-Imamiya-Ekimae-teiryūjō) is a stop on the Hankai Tramway Hankai Line.

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This station is located near Dobutsuen-mae on the Midosuji and Sakaisuji lines of the Osaka Metro, but no physical connection exists between the two stations.

Lines

Shin-Imamiya Station
Shin-Imamiya-Ekimae Station
Dobutsuen-mae Station

JR West Shin-Imamiya Station

Shin-Imamiya Station

新今宮駅
JR West
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JR West Shin-Imamiya Station in 2008
Location3-17-1, Ebisu-nishi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka
Japan
Coordinates 34°39′0.6″N135°30′2.5″E / 34.650167°N 135.500694°E / 34.650167; 135.500694 (Shin-Imamiya Station)
Operated by JR West
Line(s)
Platforms2 island platforms
Tracks4
History
Opened1964
Station layout
  • outer: Osaka Loop Line
  • inner: Yamatoji Line

Tennoji

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Imamiya

Layout

1 Osaka Loop Linecounterclockwise local trains for Tennoji and Tsuruhashi
2 Yamatoji Linefor Oji , Nara and Takada
 through to the Kansai Airport Lineairport rapid services for Kansai Airport
 through to the Hanwa Linerapid services for Otori and Wakayama
3 Yamatoji Linefor Imamiya and JR Namba
 Osaka Loop Linefor Bentencho, Nishikujo and Osaka
(mainly from the Hanwa Line)
4 Osaka Loop Lineclockwise trains for Bentencho , Nishikujo and Osaka
(from Tsuruhashi and the Yamatoji Line)

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Osaka Loop Line
(Including through trains arriving at and departing from Osaka
to and from the Hanwa Line and the Yamatoji Line)
Limited Express Kuroshio: Does not stop at this station
Imamiya  Local  Tennoji
Imamiya Regional Rapid Tennoji
Imamiya Direct Rapid Tennoji
Taishō  Yamatoji Rapid Tennoji
Taishō Rapid Tennoji
Taishō Kansai Airport Rapid Tennoji
Taishō Kishuji Rapid Tennoji
Yamatoji Line
Tennoji  Local Imamiya
Tennoji Rapid  JR Namba

Nankai Railway Shin-Imamiya Station

Shin-Imamiya Station

新今宮駅
Nankai Railway
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Fourth floor ticket gates
Location1-2-24 Haginochaya , Nishinari-ku, Osaka
Japan
Coordinates 34°39′0.75″N135°30′0.93″E / 34.6502083°N 135.5002583°E / 34.6502083; 135.5002583 (Shin-Imamiya Station)
Operated by Nankai Electric Railway
Line(s)
Platforms4 (1 island platform and 2 side platforms)
Tracks4
Other information
Station codeNK03 [2]
History
OpenedDecember 1966 [2]
Station layout
  • right: Nankai Line
  • left: Koya Line

Namba/Imamiyaebisu

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Tengachaya/Haginochaya

Layout

One island platform and two side platforms serving four tracks. [2]

1 Koya Linefor Koyasan
(Semboku Rapid Railway) for Izumi-Chūō
(Local trains stop at Haginochaya)
2 Koya Linefor Imamiyaebisu and Namba
(Local trains stop at Imamiyaebisu)
3 Nankai Linefor Wakayamashi
(Airport Line) for Kansai Airport
(passing Haginochaya)
4 Nankai Lineto Namba (passing Imamiyaebisu)

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Nankai Main Line (NK03)
(No trains stop at Imamiyaebisu and Haginochaya.)
Namba (NK01) Local  Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Semi-Express (only running for Namba in the morning) Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Sub. Express Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Airport Express Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Express Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Limited Express ("Rapi:t", "Southern") Tengachaya (NK05)
Koya Line (NK03)
Imamiyaebisu (NK02) Local  Haginochaya (NK04)
Namba (NK01) Semi-Express Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Sub. Express Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Express Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Rapid Express Tengachaya (NK05)
Namba (NK01) Limited Express ("Koya", "Rinkan", "Semboku Liner") Tengachaya (NK05)

Hankai Tramway Shin-Imamiya-Ekimae Station

Shin-Imamiya-Ekimae Station

新今宮駅前駅
Hankai Tramway
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Minami-Kasumichō Station (HN52), Hankai Line, Nishinari-ku, Osaka
Location1 Haginochaya, Nishinari-ku, Osaka
Japan
Coordinates 34°38′57.57″N135°30′11.55″E / 34.6493250°N 135.5032083°E / 34.6493250; 135.5032083 (Minami-Kasumicho Station)
Operated by Hankai Tramway
Line(s) Hankai Line
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks2
Other information
Station codeHN52
History
Opened1911
Previous namesMinami-Kasumichō (until 2014)
Station layout

Ebisuchō

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Imaike

Shin-Imamiya-Ekimae Station was called Minami-Kasumichō Station (南霞町停留場, Minami-Kasumichō-teiryūjō) until the renaming on December 1, 2014. [3]

Layout

The station has two side platforms serving a track each.

Southbound Hankai Linefor Sumiyoshi and Abikomichi
Change trains at Abikomichi for Hamadera-eki-mae
Northbound Hankai Lineto Ebisucho

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Hankai Line (HN52)
Ebisuchō (HN51)- Imaike (HN53)

Surrounding area

See also

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References

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  2. 1 2 3 4 新今宮駅|南海電鉄. www.nankai.co.jp (in Japanese). Nankai Electric Railway. 28 January 2017. Retrieved 25 February 2017.
  3. Hankai Tramway (September 24, 2014). "12月1日(月)より南霞町停留場を「新今宮駅前」に変更いたします。" [Effective Monday, December 1, Minami-Kasumichō Station will be renamed "Shin-Imamiya-Ekimae"](PDF). Retrieved December 3, 2014.