Bishōen Station (美章園駅 Bishōen-eki) is a railway station on the West Japan Railway Company Hanwa Line in Abeno-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The station opened on June 3, 1931.
This station has 2 elevated side platforms serving a track each.
- Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau (Bishoen)
- Route 6 for Abenobashi / for Sunjiyata via Shirasagi Koen-mae
- Route 26 for Abenobashi / for Sunjiyata via Subway Tanabe and Komagawa
- June 3, 1931 - Bishoen Station opened on the Hanwa Railway Line between Hanwa Tennoji and Minami-Tanabe stations.
- December 1, 1940 - Hanwa Railway was consolidated by Nankai Railway and Bishoen Station became a train station on the Nankai Railway Yamate Line.
- May 1, 1944 - The Nankai Railway Yamate Line was nationalized and Bishoen Station became a train station on the Japanese National Railways Hanwa Line.
- February 14, 1945 - The station was closed after being bombed by the Boeing B-29 of the US Forces.
- April 15, 1947 - The station was reopened.
- 1958 - The renovation of the station was started.
- May 13, 1958 - The renovation of the station was completed.
- August 1969 - The west gate was situated.
- April 1, 1987 - JNR was privatized and Bishoen Station became a train station operated by West Japan Railway Company.
|JR West Hanwa Line
|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