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Abiko Station (Osaka)

Abiko Station
我孫子駅
Location
Prefecture Osaka
(See other stations in Osaka)
City Osaka
Ward Sumiyoshi
Neighborhood 7-12-21 Karita
Address in Japanese 大阪市住吉区苅田七丁目12-21
History
Opened 1960
Rail services
Station number(s) M27
Operator(s) Osaka Municipal Subway
Line(s) Midōsuji Line

Abiko Station (我孫子駅 あびこ駅 Abiko-eki, M27) is a train station on the Osaka Municipal Subway Midosuji Line in Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, Japan. Abiko is situated on the southern city limits, with the Yamato River separating it from Sakai city. Abiko Station is the nearest stop for Osaka City University. The station name is written in hiragana, because 我孫子 is difficult to read in kanji and has a negative meaning in Chinese language to speak ill of other people.

Station layout

There are ticket gates and two side platforms with two tracks on the first basement level.

1  Midosuji Line for Nakamozu
2  Midosuji Line for Tennoji, Namba, Umeda and Senri-Chūō

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Osaka Municipal Subway Midosuji Line (M27)
Nagai (M26) - Kitahanada (M28)

History

Abiko Depot was formerly situated after Abiko Station, but it was closed in 1987 after the

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