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Minami-morimachi Station

Minami-morimachi Station
南森町駅
Platform level (Tanimachi Line)
Location
Prefecture Osaka
(See other stations in Osaka)
City Osaka
Ward Kita
Neighborhood 2 Minamimorimachi
Address in Japanese 大阪市北区南森町二丁目
History
Opened 1967
Rail services
Station number(s) T21, K13
Operator(s) Osaka Municipal Subway
Line(s) Tanimachi Line
Sakaisuji Line

Minami-morimachi Station (南森町駅 Minami-morimachi-eki) is a railway station on the two lines of Osaka Municipal Subway in Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan.

Contents

  • Lines 1
  • Station layout 2
    • Tanimachi Line 2.1
    • Sakaisuji Line 2.2
  • Surrounding area 3
  • Adjacent stations 4

Lines

Station layout

Tanimachi Line

Schematic diagram of Tanimachi Line platform
upper: platform 1
left: for Dainichi
right: for Yaominami

There are an island platform and a side platform with two tracks on the second basement level.

1  Tanimachi Line for Tennoji and Yaominami
2  Tanimachi Line for Higashi-Umeda, Miyakojima and Dainichi

The side platform was completed on 10 October 1997.

Sakaisuji Line

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

1  Sakaisuji Line for Sakaisuji-Hommachi, Nippombashi, Dobutsuen-mae and Tengachaya
2  Sakaisuji Line for Tenjimbashisuji Rokuchome, Awaji, Kita-Senri and Takatsuki-shi

Surrounding area

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Tanimachi Line (T21)
Higashi-Umeda (T20) - Temmabashi (T22)
Sakaisuji Line (K13)
Ogimachi (K12)   Local   Kitahama (K14)
Ogimachi (K12)   Semi-Express   Kitahama (K14)
Extra Limited Express "Hozu": no stop

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