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|Location||Kitahama Sanchome, Chūō, Osaka, Osaka |
Yodoyabashi Station (淀屋橋駅, Yodoyabashi-eki) is a railway station on the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line and the Keihan Railway Keihan Main Line in Japan. It is the nearest station to the Osaka City Hall (大阪市役所).
|Other names||Osaka City Hall (市役所前)|
|Operated by||Osaka Metro|
The subway station is an island platform with two tracks on the 2nd basement. Ticket gates are located in the north, the center-north, the center-south and the south on the 1st basement. The Keihan Main Line is close to the north gates.
|B1F||Mezzanine||Ticket gates, ticket/ICOCA/PiTaPa machines, station agent, restrooms |
Passageways to Keihan Main Line platforms
|Platform 1||Midosuji Line towards Nakamozu (Hommachi) →|
|Island platform, doors will open on the right|
|Platform 2||← Midosuji Line towards Esaka (Umeda)|
(Through service to Senri-Chūō on the Kitakyu Namboku Line)
|1||■ Midosuji Line||for Namba, Tennoji and Nakamozu|
|2||■ Midosuji Line||for Umeda, Shin-Osaka and Senri-Chūō|
|Keihan Electric Railway|
|Operated by||Keihan Electric Railway|
|Line(s)||Keihan Main Line|
Keihan station has an island platform serving four tracks on the 2nd basement. Ticket gates are located on the 1st basement, and named in order from the east to west, East Gates 2, East Gates 1, Central Gates, West Gates and West Exit Gates 0. The Osaka Municipal Subway Midosuji Line is close to the West Gates and the West Exit Gates 0.
The following ticket gates are open during the following hours.
In addition, West Gates are used only for exit till 9 on weekdays.
|1||■ Keihan Line||for Hirakatashi, Chushojima, Sanjo and Demachiyanagi (8 car-length)|
not in use in off-peak hours every day
used for local trains and semi-express trains on weekday rush hours
used only for deadhead trains on Saturdays and holidays
|2||■ Keihan Line||for Hirakatashi, Chushojima, Sanjo and Demachiyanagi (7 car-length)|
not in use in off-peak hours every day
used for local trains and semi-express trains in the rush hours
|3||■ Keihan Line||for Hirakatashi, Chushojima, Sanjo and Demachiyanagi (8 car-length)|
mainly used for sub express trains and express trains
|4||■ Keihan Line||for Hirakatashi, Chushojima, Sanjo and Demachiyanagi (8 car-length)|
mainly used for limited express trains
used for the midnight express train for Kuzuha (departing at 0:20)
|Midōsuji Line (M17)|
|Umeda (M16)||-||Hommachi (M18)|
|Keihan Railway (KH01)|
|Keihan Main Line|
|Terminus||All types||Kitahama (KH02)|
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