Habikino (羽曳野市 Habikino-shi) is a city located in eastern Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is particularly well known for its grape production, as well as the many ancient burial mounds that dot its landscape. The city was founded on January 15, 1959.
As of January 1, 2010, the city has an estimated population of 117,223 and a population density of 4,430 persons per km². The total area is 26.44 km².
Sister cities and friendship cities
Universities and technical schools
- Kintetsu Bus
- From Furuichi Station in the east, buses carry passengers on routes to Habikigaoka, Shitennōji International Buddhist University, Momoyama-dai, and Fujiidera Station.
- From Eganoshō Station in the west, there is a bus route to Kawachi-Matsubara Station which also covers Mihara-ku in Sakai.
- Kongō Bus
- Buses pick up passengers at Kaminotaishi Station.
National toll roads
Minami-Hanna Expressway (two interchanges within city limits):
- Habikino Interchange
- Habikino-Higashi Interchange
National non-toll roads
- National Route 166
- National Route 170 (Osaka Outer Loop Highway)
- Osaka/Nara Prefectural Route 12: Sakai-Yamato-Takada Highway
- Osaka Prefectural Route 27: Kashiwara-Komagatani-Chihayaakasaka Highway
- Osaka Prefectural Route 31: Sakai-Habikino Highway
- Osaka Prefectural Route 32: Mihara-Taishi Highway