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|Station sign for the Chuo Line (March 2005)|
(See other stations in Osaka)
|Neighborhood etc.||Semba-chūō 4-chome|
|Station number(s)||M18, C16, Y13|
|Operator(s)||Osaka Municipal Subway|
|There is a bus stop near this station|
The station on the Yotsubashi Line was opened as Shinanobashi Station (信濃橋駅) in 1965, and was renamed Hommachi Station in 1969.
The station has an island platform serving two tracks for the Chūō Line on the third basement, an island platform serving two tracks for the Midōsuji Line on the second basement in the east of the platform for the Chūō Line, and two side platforms serving two tracks for the Yotsubashi Line on the first basement in the west of the platform for the Chūō Line.
"Semba-nishi (船場西)" has been shown on the station signs for the Midosuji Line and the Chuo Line since October 2011 to revive the traditional "Semba Brand" in the center of the city of Osaka. "Semba-higashi (船場東)" is shown on the station signs at adjacent Sakaisuji-Hommachi Station, but both names are not announced on the trains as they are not co-station names.
- Midosuji Line
|1||■Midōsuji Line||for Namba (east), Tennoji and Nakamozu|
|2||■Midōsuji Line||for Umeda, Shin-Osaka and Senri-Chūō|
- Chūō Line
|1||■Chūō Line||for Tanimachi Yonchome, Morinomiya, Nagata, Ikoma and Gakken Nara-Tomigaoka|
|2||■Chūō Line||for Bentencho, Osakako and Cosmosquare|
- Yotsubashi Line
|1||■Yotsubashi Line||for Namba (west), Daikokucho and Suminoekoen|
|2||■Yotsubashi Line||for Nishi-Umeda|
- Nippon Meat Packers, Inc.
- Resona Bank, Limited.
- Yume No Machi Souzou Iinkai Co., Ltd.
- Sumikin Bussan Corporation
- Tsuruya Corporation
- Utsubo Park
- Semba Center Building
- Nihon Ryutsu Sangyo Co., Ltd.
- OSTEC Exhibition Hall
|Osaka Municipal Subway|
|Midosuji Line (M18)|
|Yodoyabashi (M17)||-||Shinsaibashi (M19)|
|Chūō Line (C16)|
|Awaza (C15)||-||Sakaisuji-Hommachi (C17)|
|Yotsubashi Line (Y13)|
|Higobashi (Y12)||-||Yotsubashi (Y14)|
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