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Daikai Station (大開駅 Daikai-eki, station number: HS 37) is a train station on the Hanshin Railway Kobe Kosoku Line in Hyōgo-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It was the first underground structure not crossing an active fault that has completely collapsed during an earthquake without liquefaction of the surrounding soil and was well-documented.
In the Great Hanshin earthquake of 1995, this station collapsed.
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The Daikai Station consists of three main sections: the main section of the station, the subway tunnels section and the station access section. The location of the station is made up of 2 meter thick man made fill, around 5 meter thick Holocene alluvial deposits, and several kilometers of Pleistocene deposits.
|Hanshin Railway Kobe Kosoku Line (HS 37)|
|Shinkaichi (HS 36)||Sanyo Local||Kōsoku Nagata (HS 38)|
|Shinkaichi (HS 36)||Hanshin Local||Kōsoku Nagata (HS 38)|
|Shinkaichi (HS 36)||Hanshin Limited Express||Kōsoku Nagata (HS 38)|
|Shinkaichi (HS 36)||S Limited Express||Kōsoku Nagata (HS 38)|
|Shinkaichi (HS 36)||Through Limited Express (yellow marking)||Kōsoku Nagata (HS 38)|
|Through Limited Express (red marking): Does not stop at this station|
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