Hagiharatenjin Station

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Hagiharatenjin Station
萩原天神駅
Nankai Koya Line Hagiharatenjin Station.jpg
Location 94-3, Hikishō-Haraderamachi, Higashi, Sakai, Osaka
(堺市東区日置荘原寺町94番地3)
Japan
Coordinates 34°32′15″N 135°32′04″E / 34.537577°N 135.534495°E / 34.537577; 135.534495Coordinates: 34°32′15″N 135°32′04″E / 34.537577°N 135.534495°E / 34.537577; 135.534495
Operated by Nankai Electric Railway
Line(s) Kōya Line
Connections
Other information
Station code NK62
History
Opened 1912
Traffic
Passengers 7,464 daily

Hagiharatenjin Station (萩原天神駅 Hagiharatenjin-eki?) is a railway station in Higashi-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. After an accident at the door of a local train in 2007, the platform display was reconstructed, and then the height of the platforms were raised in 2008 and elevators were installed in 2009.

Line[edit]

Layout[edit]

The station has 2 side platforms serving 2 tracks. The entrance is located in the north of the platform for Koyasan, and 2 platforms are connected by an overhead bridge.

1  Koya Line for Koyasan
2  Koya Line for Namba

Surroundings[edit]

  • Hagiwara Shrine
  • Higashi Ward Office, Sakai
  • Sakai City Fire Bureau Higashi Fire Station
  • the Church of God in Japan Minami-Sakai Church

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Nankai Electric Railway Koya Line (NK62)
Hatsushiba (NK61)   Local   Kitanoda (NK63)
Hatsushiba (NK61)   Semi-Express (only running for Namba)   Kitanoda (NK63)
Sub Express: Does not stop at this station
Express: Does not stop at this station
Rapid Express: Does not stop at this station
Limited Express "Koya", "Rinkan": Does not stop at this station

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