Nishi-Umeda Station

Nishi-Umeda Station (西梅田駅, Nishi-Umeda-eki, Y11) is the terminus railway station of the Osaka Metro Yotsubashi Line in Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan, close to Herbis OSAKA and Herbis ENT operated by Hanshin Electric Railway Co., Ltd. and the two Hilton Plazas.

Nishi-Umeda Station

西梅田駅
Nishi Umeda station 1207.jpg
Nishi-Umeda Station entrance elevator (2012)
General information
LocationUmeda Nichōme, Kita, Osaka, Osaka
(大阪市北区梅田二丁目)
Japan
Coordinates34°41′58.58″N 135°29′44.4″E / 34.6996056°N 135.495667°E / 34.6996056; 135.495667Coordinates: 34°41′58.58″N 135°29′44.4″E / 34.6996056°N 135.495667°E / 34.6996056; 135.495667
Operated byOsaka Metro
Line(s)Yotsubashi Line
Connections
Other information
Station codeY11
History
OpenedOctober 1, 1965
Passengers
FY2016113,949 daily[1]

Connecting lines from Nishi-UmedaEdit

When using regular tickets of Osaka Metro, Surutto Kansai cards, and IC cards (PiTaPa, ICOCA), it is limited to 30 minutes to change to the Midosuji Line and the Tanimachi Line.

LayoutEdit

 
Station platform (2011)
  • There is an island platform with two tracks on the third basement. On the second basement, north ticket gate is used for exit, center ticket gate for entrance, and south ticket gate for both entrance and exit.
1, 2  Yotsubashi Line for Yotsubashi, Namba, Daikokucho, Kitakagaya and Suminoekoen

SurroundingsEdit

  • Diamor Osaka
  • Hanshin Department Store (operated by Hankyu Hanshin Department Stores, Inc.)
  • South Gate Building
  • Osaka City Bus terminal
  • Expressway bus terminal
  • Osaka Marubiru
  • Osaka Garden City
  • the Hilton Plaza East
  • the Hilton Plaza West
  • the Mainichi Shimbun Building (the Mainichi Shimbun, Sports Nippon)
  • Osaka Ekimae Buildings
    • Osaka Central Post Office
  • Breezé Tower
  • Dojima Underground Shopping Center (Dotica)
  • Dojima Avanza
    • Junkudo Osaka

Station next to Nishi-UmedaEdit

« Service »
Osaka Metro Yotsubashi Line(Y11)
Terminus - Higobashi (Y12)

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "路線別駅別乗降人員" (PDF). Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau. November 8, 2016. Archived from the original (PDF) on April 1, 2017. Retrieved May 6, 2017.