Tsuruhashi Station

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Tsuruhashi Station

鶴橋駅
Location Osaka, Osaka
Japan
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Tsuruhashi Station (鶴橋駅, Tsuruhashi-eki) is a railway station complex in the Tsuruhashi district of Ikuno-ku and Tennoji-ku, Osaka, Japan. It is served by the JR West Osaka Loop Line, the Kintetsu Nara Line, and the Osaka Metro Sennichimae Line.

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Kintetsu Railway

Tsuruhashi Station

鶴橋駅
Kintetsu Railway station
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Platform (June 2014)
Location1-20, Tsuruhashi Nichome, Ikuno-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture
(大阪市生野区鶴橋二丁目1-20)
Japan
Coordinates 34°39′55.25″N135°31′52.67″E / 34.6653472°N 135.5312972°E / 34.6653472; 135.5312972 (Tsuruhashi Station (Kintetsu))
Operated by Kintetsu Railway
Line(s)
Platforms2 island platforms
Tracks4
Other information
Station codeA04, D04
History
Opened1914
Passengers
FY2012153,580 daily
Station layout
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Osaka Uehommachi

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Osaka Loop Line
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Imazato

The smallest FamilyMart in Japan (The shop is located on the platform for Nara-bound and Ise-bound trains.) The smallest FamilyMart in Japan.jpg
The smallest FamilyMart in Japan (The shop is located on the platform for Nara-bound and Ise-bound trains.)

This station has a stationmaster and administrates itself and Imazato Station.[ citation needed ]

Layout

The station on the Kintetsu lines has two island platforms serving four tracks on the second level. The platforms enable passengers to change trains between the Nara Line and the Osaka Line (cross-platform interchange).

1 Limited express trains from Ōsaka Nambafor Nagoya / for Ise-Shima / for Nara
 Nara LineEastbound trains for Higashi-Hanazono, Yamato-Saidaiji, and Nara
2 Limited express trains from Osaka Uehommachifor Ise-Shima
 Osaka LineEastbound trains for Kawachi-Kokubu, Yamato-Yagi and Nabari / for Ise-Shima
3 Nara LineWestbound trains for Ōsaka Namba, (Hanshin Namba Line) Amagasaki, and Kobe Sannomiya
4 Osaka LineWestbound trains terminating at Osaka Uehommachi

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Osaka Line (D04)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (D03) Local  Imazato (D05)
Ōsaka Uehommachi Semi-Express
Suburban Semi-Express
  Fuse (D06)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (D03) Express Fuse (D06)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (D03) Rapid Express  Goidō (D13)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (D03) Limited Express (Nagoya - Ōsaka)  Yamato-Yagi (D39)
Tsu (E39)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (D03) Limited Express (Ōsaka - Ise-Shima) Fuse (D06) (Ōsaka Uehommachi - Ujiyamada, Toba)
Yamato-Takada (D25) (Ōsaka Namba, Ōsaka Uehommachi - Kashikojima / Ōsaka Namba - Nabari, Matsusaka, Toba)
Yamato-Yagi (D39) (Ōsaka Uehommachi - Ujiyamada, Toba)
Iseshi (M73) (Ōsaka Namba - Kashikojima) (Non stop)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (D03) Limited Express "Shimakaze" Yamato-Yagi (D39)
Nara Line (A04)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (A03) Local Imazato (A05)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (A03) Semi-Express
Suburban Semi-Express
 Fuse (A06)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (A03) Express Fuse (A06)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (A03) Rapid Express  Ikoma (A17)
Ōsaka Uehommachi (A03) Limited Express (Ōsaka - Nara) Ikoma (A17)

West Japan Railway Company

Tsuruhashi Station

鶴橋駅
JR West station
Location1-1, Shimoajihara-cho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture
(大阪市天王寺区下味原町1-1)
Japan
Coordinates 34°39′54.89″N135°31′47.73″E / 34.6652472°N 135.5299250°E / 34.6652472; 135.5299250 (Tsuruhashi Station (JR West))
Operated by JR West
Line(s) Osaka Loop Line
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks2
Other information
Station codeJR-O04
History
Opened1932
Passengers
FY2008105,724 daily
Station layout
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Tamatsukuri

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Nara Line
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Momodani

This station has a stationmaster and administrates Teradacho, Momodani, Tamatsukuri and Morinomiya stations.[ citation needed ]

Layout

The station on the Osaka Loop Line has two side platforms serving two tracks on the third floor, over the western side of the platforms and tracks for the Kintetsu lines.

1 Osaka Loop LineCounterclockwise trains for Kyōbashi, Osaka and Universal City
2 Osaka Loop LineClockwise trains for Tennōji and Shin-Imamiya

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Osaka Loop Line
Momodani All types Tamatsukuri

Osaka Metro Sennichimae Line

Tsuruhashi Station

鶴橋駅
Osaka Metro rapid transit station
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Exit 4
Location1-24, Shimoajihara-cho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture
(大阪市天王寺区下味原町1-24)
Japan
Coordinates 34°39′57.64″N135°31′47.51″E / 34.6660111°N 135.5298639°E / 34.6660111; 135.5298639 (Tsuruhashi Station (Osaka Metro))
Operated by Osaka Metro
Line(s) Sennichimae Line
Platforms1 island platform
Tracks2
Other information
Station codeS19
History
Opened1969
Station layout
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Tanimachi Kyūchōme

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Imazato

Layout

The station on the Sennichimae Line has an island platform serving two tracks on the second basement and fenced with platform gates.

1 Sennichimae LineEastbound trains for Minami-Tatsumi
2 Sennichimae LineWestbound trains for Namba, Awaza and Nodahanshin

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Sennichimae Line (S19)
Tanimachi Kyuchome (S18)- Imazato (S20)

Surrounding area

This area of Osaka is well known for its bulgogi (Korean-style barbecue) restaurants and other Korean goods. Under the tracks, you will find a labyrinth of stalls selling Korean wedding dresses, fake brand goods, [1] fruits and vegetables, and kimchi.

The Tsuruhashi and Ikuno-ku districts are well known for the large number of Zainichi Korean living there. Many families from Korea have lived in the Tsuruhashi district for three generations or more.

Establishments around the station

Buses

Tsuruhashi-ekimae (Osaka City Bus)
  • Route 18: for Tamatsukuri via Uehommachi Rokuchome / for Kita-Tatsumi Bus Terminal via Miyukidori
  • Route 22: for Abenobashi via Uehommachi Rokuchome and Tennoji Kumin Center / for Suwa Jinja-mae via Tamatsukuri
  • Route 73: for Namba / for Deto Bus Terminal via Katsuyama Yonchome and Kumata

See also

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