Kongō Station

Kongō Station (金剛駅, Kongō-eki) is a passenger railway station located in the city of Ōsakasayama, Osaka Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Nankai Electric Railway. It has the station number "NK66".[1]

Kongō Station

Kongo Station 1.jpg
Kongō Station, East exit
General information
Location1-1-1, Kongō, Ōsakasayama-shi, Osaka-fu 589-0006
Coordinates34°29′42.8″N 135°33′34″E / 34.495222°N 135.55944°E / 34.495222; 135.55944Coordinates: 34°29′42.8″N 135°33′34″E / 34.495222°N 135.55944°E / 34.495222; 135.55944
Operated byNankai Electric Railway
Line(s)Kōya Line
  • Bus terminal
Other information
Station codeNK66
WebsiteOfficial website
OpenedApril 19, 1937[1]
201932,893 daily
Kongō Station is located in Osaka Prefecture
Kongō Station
Kongō Station
Location within Osaka Prefecture
Kongō Station is located in Japan
Kongō Station
Kongō Station
Kongō Station (Japan)


Kongō Station is served by the Nankai Koya Line, and is 22.9 kilometers from the terminus of the line at Shiomibashi and 22.2 kilometers from Nanba.[1]


The station consists of two ground-level island platforms connected by an elevated station building.


1  Koya Line for Kōyasan
returning for Namba
2  Koya Line for Kōyasan
3  Koya Line for Namba
4  Koya Line for Namba

Adjacent stationsEdit

« Service »
Nankai Electric Railway Koya Line (NK66)
Ōsakasayamashi (NK65)   Local   Takidani (NK67)
Ōsakasayamashi (NK65)   Semi-Express (only running for Namba)   Takidani (NK67)
Ōsakasayamashi (NK65)   Sub Express   Takidani (NK67)
Kitanoda (NK63)   Express   Kawachinagano (NK69)
Kitanoda (NK63)   Rapid Express   Kawachinagano (NK69)
Sakaihigashi (NK56)   Limited Express "Koya", "Rinkan"   Kawachinagano (NK69)


Kongō Station opened on April 19, 1937.

Passenger statisticsEdit

In fiscal 2019, the station was used by an average of 32,893 passengers daily.[2]

Surrounding areaEdit

  • Kongō New Town
  • Aeon Kongo store
  • Osaka Prefectural Sayama High School

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b c 金剛駅|南海電鉄. www.nankai.co.jp (in Japanese). Nankai Electric Railway. 28 January 2017. Retrieved 27 February 2017.
  2. ^ 大阪府統計年鑑(令和2年 [Osaka Prefectural Statistical Yearbook] (PDF) (in Japanese). Japan: Osaka Prefecture. 2020. Retrieved 11 August 2021.

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