Sakaisuji-Hommachi Station

Sakaisuji-Hommachi Station

Entrance No. 10 and surroundings
Location 1-4-16 Semba-Chūō, Chūō-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Coordinates 34°40′54.70″N 135°30′24.88″E / 34.6818611°N 135.5069111°E / 34.6818611; 135.5069111Coordinates: 34°40′54.70″N 135°30′24.88″E / 34.6818611°N 135.5069111°E / 34.6818611; 135.5069111
Operated by Osaka Municipal Subway
Connections Bus stop
Other information
Station code K15, C17
Opened 6 December 1969
Sakaisuji-Hommachi Station
Location within Japan

Sakaisuji-Hommachi Station (堺筋本町駅 Sakaisuji-Hommachi-eki) is a railway station on two lines of the Osaka Municipal Subway in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan.


Sakaisuji-Hommachi Station is served by the following two Osaka Municipal Subway lines:


The station has two side platforms serving two tracks for the Sakaisuji Line on the second basement, between the third and fourth buildings of Semba Center Building, and an island platform serving two tracks for the Chuo Line under the Sakaisuji Line. The platform for the Chuo Line is about 40 m wide because it is located under the second basement floor of Semba Center Building.

"Semba-higashi (船場)" has been shown on the station signs since October 2011 to revive the traditional "Semba Brand" in the center of the city of Osaka. "Semba-nishi (船場西)" is shown on the station signs at adjacent Hommachi Station.

Sakaisuji Line platforms

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

Chūō Line platforms

1  Chūō Line for Tanimachi Yonchome, Morinomiya, Nagata, Ikoma, and Gakken Nara-Tomigaoka
2  Chūō Line for Bentencho, Osakako, and Cosmosquare

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Sakaisuji Line
Extra Limited Express "Hozu": Does not stop at this station
Kitahama (K14)   Semi-Express   Nagahoribashi (K16)
Kitahama (K14)   Local   Nagahoribashi (K16)
Chūō Line
Hommachi (C16) - Tanimachi Yonchome (C18)


The station opened on 6 December 1969.

Surrounding area

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