|Location||1-1, Shinhinoodai 2-chō, Minami, Sakai, Osaka
|Operated by||Semboku Rapid Railway Co., Ltd.|
|Line(s)||Semboku Rapid Railway|
|Passengers (2008)||34,897 daily|
Nearby are Semboku Memorial Hall, Mitami Shrine, Spa Refre, a bookstore, Kamotani Park, Mikita Middle School, Mikita High School, department stores, and residential areas. It is named for Kōmyōike Pond, an artificial lake that dates from 1936 and is itself named for Empress Kōmyō. A small monument at the lake commemorates the work of the Korean laborers who constructed it.
There is an island platform with two tracks between Osaka Prefectural Route 38.
|1||■ Semboku Rapid Railway||to Izumi-Chūō|
|2||■ Semboku Rapid Railway||for Nakamozu and (■Nankai Railway Koya Line) Namba|
Stations next to Kōmyōike
|Semboku Rapid Railway (SB05)|
|Toga-Mikita (SB04)||Local (各駅停車)||Izumi-Chūō (SB06)|
|Toga-Mikita (SB04)||Semi-Express||Izumi-Chūō (SB06)|
|Toga-Mikita (SB04)||Sub. Express||Izumi-Chūō (SB06)|
|Toga-Mikita (SB04)||Limited Express (Semboku Liner)||Izumi-Chūō (SB06)|
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