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Dōbutsuen-mae Station

Exit 5, near Tsutenkaku (2013)
Dōbutsuen-mae Station, Midosuji Line

Dōbutsuen-mae Station (動物園前駅 Dōbutsuenmae-eki, Shinsekai) is a railway station on the Osaka Municipal Subway in Nishinari-ku, Osaka, Japan. The name in English means "in front of the zoo". It is one of the nearest stations to the Tennōji Zoo and Tsutenkaku.

Contents

  • Lines 1
  • Layout 2
  • Surroundings 3
    • Bus 3.1
  • Adjacent stations 4

Lines

Layout

Midōsuji Line
1  Midōsuji Line for Tennōji and Nakamozu
2  Midōsuji Line for Namba, Umeda, Shin-Osaka and Senri-Chūō
Sakaisuji Line
1  Sakaisuji Line to Tengachaya
2  Sakaisuji Line for Nippombashi, Tenjimbashisuji Rokuchome, Awaji, Kita-Senri and Takatsuki-shi

Surroundings

Bus

Subway Dobutsuen-mae (Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau)
  • Route 7: for Abenobashi / for Sumiyoshigawa-nishi
  • Route 48: for Abenobashi / for Subway Suminoekoen
  • Route 52: for Abenobashi / for Namba
  • Route 80: for Abenobashi / for Tsurumachi Yonchome

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Osaka Municipal Subway Midōsuji Line (M22)
Daikokuchō (M21) - Tennōji (M23)
Osaka Municipal Subway Sakaisuji Line (K19)
Ebisuchō (K18)   Local   Tengachaya (K20)
Ebisuchō (K18)   Semi-Express   Tengachaya (K20)
Extra Limited Express "Hozu": no stop

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