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Teradacho Station

Teradachō Station
寺田町駅
Teradachō Station concourse, September 2006
Location
Prefecture Osaka
(See other stations in Osaka)
City Osaka
Ward Tennōji
Neighborhood etc. 11-21, Daidō Yonchōme
Coordinates 34°38′52.36″N 135°31′24.13″E / 34.6478778°N 135.5233694°E / 34.6478778; 135.5233694Coordinates: 34°38′52.36″N 135°31′24.13″E / 34.6478778°N 135.5233694°E / 34.6478778; 135.5233694

(in Japanese) 大阪市天王寺区大道四丁目11-21
History
Year opened 1932
Rail services
Operator(s) West Japan Railway Company
Line(s) Osaka Loop Line
There is a bus stop near this station

Teradachō Station (寺田町駅?) is a railway station on the West Japan Railway Company Osaka Loop Line serving the wards of Tennōji-ku and Ikuno-ku, in Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

The station is relatively small, but a convenience store inside the station offers goods that can be purchased with an ICOCA railway pass.

Layout

  • The station has 2 elevated side platforms with a track each.
1 Osaka Loop Line inner track for Tsuruhashi and Kyōbashi
2 Osaka Loop Line outer track for Tennōji and Shin-Imamiya

Surroundings

  • Ikuno Shopping Arcade
  • Osaka Kyoiku University Tennōji Junior High School, Osaka Kyoiku University High School Tennōji
  • Ikuno Technical High School
  • Kokoku High School
  • Clark Memorial International High School

Buses

Teradachō-ekimae (Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau)
  • Route 13: for Subway Imazato via Shari-ji / for Abenobashi
  • Route 30: for Kita-Tatsumi Bus Terminal via Kumata and Subway Minami-Tatsumi / for Abenobashi

Adjacent stations

« Service »
West Japan Railway Company (JR West) Osaka Loop Line
Tennōji All types Momodani
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