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Station building in the north
|Location||Tsukaguchi-Hommachi Itchome, Amagasaki, Hyōgo |
|Operated by||Hankyu Corporation|
Tsukaguchi Station (塚口駅, Tsukaguchi-eki) is a train station operated by Hankyu Corporation, in Amagasaki, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.
|1||■ Kobe Line||for Kobe (Kobe-sannomiya , Shinkaichi), Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi, Takarazuka and the Sanyo Railway Main Line (Akashi, Himeji)|
|2||■ Kobe Line||for Osaka (Umeda), Kyoto , Kita-Senri and Minoo|
|3||■ Itami Line||for Itami|
|Hankyu Railway (HK-06)|
|Sonoda (HK-05)||Local||Mukonosō (HK-07)|
|Jūsō (HK-03)||Semi-Express||Mondo-Yakujin (Imazu Line, HK-23)|
|Jūsō (HK-03)||Commutation Express||Mukonosō (HK-07)|
|Jūsō (HK-03)||Express||Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi (HK-08)|
|Jūsō (HK-03)||Rapid Express||Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi (HK-08)|
|Jūsō (HK-03)||Morning Commutation Limited Express||Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi (HK-08)|
|Jūsō (HK-03)||Extra Limited Express "Atago"||Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi (HK-08)|
|Jūsō (HK-03)||Extra Limited Express "Togetsu"||Mondo-Yakujin (Imazu Line, HK-23)|
|Jūsō (HK-03)||Extra Express (only running for Umeda on the days of horse racing at Hanshin Racecourse)||Nigawa (Imazu Line, HK-25)|
|Limited Express: Does not stop at this station|
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