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Tsurugaoka Station

Tsurugaoka Station
Prefecture Osaka
(See other stations in Osaka)
City Osaka
Ward Abeno
Neighborhood etc. 3-18, Nishi-Tanabechō Nichome
Coordinates 34°37′3.8″N 135°30′59.81″E / 34.617722°N 135.5166139°E / 34.617722; 135.5166139Coordinates: 34°37′3.8″N 135°30′59.81″E / 34.617722°N 135.5166139°E / 34.617722; 135.5166139

Postal code 545-0014
(in Japanese) 大阪市阿倍野区西田辺町二丁目3-18
Year opened 1938
Former names Hanwa Tsurugaoka Station
Nankai Tsurugaoka Station
Present name since 1944
Rail services
Operator(s) JR West
Line(s) Hanwa Line
There are no bus services at this station

Tsurugaoka Station (鶴ヶ丘駅 Tsurugaoka-eki?) is a railway station on the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) Hanwa Line in Nishi-Tanabecho Nichome, Abeno-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. When the platforms and the tracks were located on the ground, the station was located in Yamasaka Gochome, Higashisumiyoshi-ku. It is administrated by Sakaishi Station.

This station has been decorated Cerezo Osaka association football team color, logo and players since 2009 as it is the nearest station to Nagai Park, Nagai Stadium and Nagai Ball Gall Field (Kincho Stadium), the home of Cerezo.[1]


When the station was located on the ground level, it had 2 side platforms serving a track each. After the elevation (northbound in 2004, southbound in 2006), it has 2 island platforms serving 2 tracks each.

1, 2 Hanwa Line for Tennoji
3, 4 Hanwa Line for Otori, Hineno and Wakayama



Adjacent stations

« Service »
Hanwa Line
Minami-Tanabe   Local   Nagai
Regional Rapid Service: no stop
B Rapid Service: no stop
Direct Rapid Service: no stop
Rapid Service: no stop
Kansai Airport Rapid Service: no stop
Kishuji Rapid Service: no stop

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