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Dainichi Station

Dainichi Station (大日駅 Dainichi-eki?) is a train station on the Osaka Municipal Subway Tanimachi Line and Osaka Monorail located in Moriguchi, Osaka, Japan.



  • February 8, 1983 the Tanimachi Line subway station opened.
  • August 22, 1997 Osaka Monorail Main Line opened.
  • September 2001 the Sanyo Electric Dainichi factory closes.
  • April 12, 2004 Dainichi station reopens on the former site of the Sanyo Factory
  • September 21, 2006 New 2nd floor ticket window is added
  • September 29, 2006 AEON Dainichi Shopping Center opens.
  • November 21, 2011 AEON Dainichi Shopping Center is renamed AEON Mall Dainichi.


Osaka Municipal Subway Tanimachi Line

  • There is an island platform with two tracks underground. It acts as the terminus for the Tanimachi line, with trains usually departing from and arriving at number 1.
1, 2 Tanimachi Line for Miyakojima, Higashi-Umeda, Tennoji and Yaominami

Osaka Monorail Main Line

  • There is an island platform with two tracks elevated. The platform is sealed in with fences.
1 Main Line to Kadomashi
2 Main Line for Bampaku-Kinen-Koen (Expo '70 Commemoration Park), Hotarugaike, Osaka Airport and Saito-nishi


  • ÆON Mall Dainichi
    • ÆON Dainichi
    • Warner Mycal Cinemas Dainichi
  • Panasonic Corporation
  • Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau Dainichi Inspection Area
  • Japan National Route 1
  • Chuo Kanjosen
  • Kinki Expressway
  • Osaka Prefectural Route 13: Kyoto Moriguchi Route

Stations next to Dainichi

« Service »
Osaka Municipal Subway Tanimachi Line (T11)
Terminus - Moriguchi (T12)
Osaka Monorail Main Line (23)
Minami Settsu (22) - Kadoma-shi (24)

Coordinates: 34°44′57.86″N 135°34′41.79″E / 34.7494056°N 135.5782750°E / 34.7494056; 135.5782750

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