Minami-Ibaraki Station

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Minami-Ibaraki Station
南茨木駅
Minami-Ibaraki Station.JPG
Entrance to the Hankyu station
Location Ibaraki, Osaka
Japan
Operated by
Line(s)
Other information
Station code HK-68 (Hankyu)
19 (Osaka Monorail)
History
Opened 1970

Minami-Ibaraki Station (南茨木駅 Minami-Ibaraki-eki?, meaning "South Ibaraki Station"), is a junction station on the Osaka Monorail Main Line and the Hankyu Kyoto Line. The station is located in Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan.

The shopping area around the stations include a few convenience stores, a Seattle's Best Coffee store, a couple of supermarkets and a post office. The station is surrounded by low price apartment complexes (danchi) and a few commercial buildings.

Layout[edit]

Hankyu Kyoto Line (Station No. HK-68)
1  Kyoto Line for Kyoto (Kawaramachi), Takatsuki-shi and Arashiyama
2  Kyoto Line for Umeda, Tengachaya, Kita-Senri, Kobe, Takarazuka and Minoo
Osaka Monorail Main Line (Station No. 19)
1  Main Line for Dainichi and Kadomashi
2  Main Line for Bampaku-kinen-kōen (Expo '70 Commemoration Park), Senri-Chūō, Hotarugaike and Osaka International Airport

History[edit]

The station of the Hankyu line opened on March 8, 1970, and provided bus connection for passengers visiting Expo '70 (held March 15, 1970, through September 13, 1970). Unlike temporary Bankokuhaku Nishiguchi Station on the Senri Line (near present Yamada Station), which was open only during the Expo, Minami-Ibaraki Station was built as a permanent station.[1]

The monorail station opened on June 1, 1990.[2]

Surroundings[edit]

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Hankyu Kyoto Line (HK-68)
Settsu-shi (HK-67)   Local   Ibaraki-shi (HK-69)
Kami-Shinjō (HK-64)   Semi-Express   Ibaraki-shi (HK-69)
Kami-Shinjō (HK-64)   Rapid Service   Ibaraki-shi (HK-69)
Rapid Express: no stop
Limited Express: no stop
Commutation Limited Express: no stop
Limited Express "Kyo-Train", "Sagano", "Atago", "Togetsu", "Hozu": no stop
Osaka Monorail Main Line (19)
Unobe (18) - Sawaragi (20)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hankyu Corporation (April 2001). Hankyū Sutēshon (in Japanese). Osaka: Hankyu Corporation. p. 94. ISBN 4-89485-051-6. 
  2. ^ "Feedback Monthly 1990-6". Japan Railfan Magazine (353): 118. September 1990. 

External links[edit]


Coordinates: 34°48′09″N 135°33′53″E / 34.8025°N 135.5648°E / 34.8025; 135.5648