Higashi-Umeda Station

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Higashi-Umeda Station

LocationSonezaki Nichōme, Kita, Osaka, Osaka
Coordinates34°42′3.52″N 135°29′58.4″E / 34.7009778°N 135.499556°E / 34.7009778; 135.499556Coordinates: 34°42′3.52″N 135°29′58.4″E / 34.7009778°N 135.499556°E / 34.7009778; 135.499556
Operated byOsaka Metro
Line(s)Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line
Other information
Station codeT20
Passengers (FY2016)166,676 daily[1]

Higashi-Umeda Station (東梅田駅, Higashi-Umeda-eki, T20) is a railway station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line in Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan. The station is located along Whity Umeda.

Connecting lines from Higashi-Umeda[edit]

  1. When using regular tickets of Osaka Metro, Surutto Kansai cards, and IC cards (PiTaPa, ICOCA), it is limited to 30 minutes to change to the Midosuji Line and the Yotsubashi Line.
  2. It takes approximately 12 minutes to change to the JR Tozai Line, thus, it is more useful to change to the line at Minami-Morimachi Station.


There are two side platforms with two tracks on the second basement. There are two tickets gates in the north for exit from each platform, in the center for entrance to and exit from each platform, and one in the south for entrance to and exit from both platforms.

1  Tanimachi Line for Minami-morimachi, Temmabashi, Tanimachi, Tennoji and Yaominami
2  Tanimachi Line for Miyakojima and Dainichi

Around the station[edit]

  • Hanshin Department Store
  • Hankyu Department Store (Umeda Hankyu Building)
  • South Gate Building
  • Osaka City Bus Terminal
  • Kintetsu Bus stop (transit buses for Inada Depot via Kyobashi, and express buses)
  • Sonezaki Police Station
  • Asahiya Shoten
  • Shin-Hankyu Building
    • Shin-Hankyu Hachibangai
  • Ohatsu Tenjin
  • Hankyu Higashi-dori
  • Whity Umeda
  • Osaka Ekimae Buildings
  • Daiyu-ji

Stations next to Higashi-Umeda[edit]

« Service »
Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line (T20)
Nakazakichō (T19) - Minami-morimachi (T21)


  1. ^ "路線別駅別乗降人員" (PDF). Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau. November 8, 2016. Retrieved May 6, 2017.