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(See other stations in Nara)
|Neighborhood etc.||1-1, Motomachi Itchōme|
|Former names||Ikoma Station
Daiki Ikoma Station
Kankyu Ikoma Station
Kinki Nippon Ikoma Station
|Present name since||1964|
|Station number(s)||C27 (Keihanna Line)|
|Small bus terminal at this station|
Ikoma Station layout
- Kintetsu Corporation
- Ikoma Station
- There are three island platforms with six tracks under the station building.
|1||■Keihanna Line||for Gakken Nara-Tomigaoka|
|2||■Keihanna Line||for Nagata and the Osaka Municipal Subway Chūō Line (Tanimachi Yonchome, Hommachi, Cosmosquare)|
|3||■Nara Line||for Gakuen-mae, Yamato-Saidaiji, Nara, Tenri and Kyoto|
|4||■Nara Line||for Fuse, Osaka Uehommachi, Osaka Namba, Amagasaki, Koshien and Kobe Sannomiya|
|5, 6||■Ikoma Line||for Minami-Ikoma, Shigisanshita and Ōji|
- Toriimae Station
- There are three platforms with two tracks on the ground level.
|1||for Hozanji and Ikoma-sanjo (usually operated)|
|2||for Hozanji and Ikoma-sanjo (extra)|
- April 30, 1914 - The station started operating as a station of Osaka Electric Tramway Company
- December 28, 1926 - Shigi Ikoma Electric Railway Company begins operating
- March 15, 1941 - Daiki merged with Sangu Kyuko Electric Railway Company, and was renamed Kansai Kyuko Electric Railway Company.
- June 1, 1944 - Kankyu merged Nankai Railway, and was renamed Kinki Nippon Railway Co., Ltd. (Kintetsu)
- October 1, 1964 - Shigi Ikoma merged with Kintetsu.
- October 1, 1986 - The Higashi-Osaka Line opened.
- June 28, 2003 - Kinki Nippon Railway Co., Ltd. was renamed Kintetsu Corporation.
- March 27, 2006 - The Keihanna Line began operating. The Higashi-Osaka Line was merged with the Keihanna Line
- April 1, 2007 - The station started accepting PiTaPa.
- Antre Ikoma
- KONAMI Sports Club
- Ikoma Post Office
- Ikoma City Hall
- Green Hill Ikoma
- Supermarket KINSHO
Buses are operated by Nara Kotsu Co., Ltd.
- Bus Stop 1 (for Kitanjo, Kita-Tawara and Gakken Kita-Ikoma)
- Route 77 (Ikomadai Outer Loop) for Kitanjo
- Route 81 for Shin-Ikomadai-kitaguchi via Kitanjo
- Route 82 for Kita-Tawara via Kitanjo
- Route 84 (midnight bus) for Ikomadai via Kitanjo and Shin-Ikomadai-kitaguchi
- Route 189 for Gakken Kita-Ikoma via Kitanjo, Shin-Ikomadai-kitaguchi and Shiraniwadai Jutaku
- Bus Stop 2 (for Ikomadai)
- Route 78 (Ikomadai Inner Loop) for Ikomadai
- Route 81 for Shin-Ikomadai-kitaguchi via Ikomadai
- Ikoma City Community Bus "Takemaru" for Koyodai-chuo-koen
- Bus Stop 1 (for Higashi-Ikoma, Oze, Inakura and Asukano)
- Route 63 for Oze via Higashi-Ikoma and Satsukidai Jutaku
- Route 64 for Asukano Center via Higashi-Ikoma and Satsukidai Jutaku
- Route 90 for Naka-Nabata Nichome
- Route 165 for Shiraniwadai via Higashi-Ikoma, Inakura and Asukano Center
- Route 168 for Hikarigaoka via Higashi-Ikoma, Inakura, Asukano Center and Shiraniwadai
- Ikoma City Community Bus "Takemaru" for Ikoma City Hall
- Bus Stop 2 (for Tawaradai)
- Route 79 for Tawaradai Itchome via Kitatani-koen
- Route 85 for Tawaradai Kyuchome-nishi via Tawaradai Hatchome
- Route 86 for Tawaradai Itchome via Tawaradai Hatchome
- Route 96 for Tawaradai Itchome via via Tawaradai Hatchome and Tawaradai Kyuchome-nishi
- Tawaradai is a district in Shijonawate, Osaka Prefecture.
Adjacent stations to Ikoma or Toriimae
|Keihanna Line (C27)|
|Shin-Ishikiri (C26)||-||Shiraniwadai (C28)|
|Ikoma Cable Line (Toriimae)|
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