Sakai Station

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Sakai Station
堺駅
Nankai Sakai sta east.jpg
East Gate
Location 22, Ebisujimachō 3-cho, Sakai, Sakai, Osaka
(大阪府堺市堺区戎島町三丁22)
Japan
Coordinates 34°34′54.09″N 135°28′8.25″E / 34.5816917°N 135.4689583°E / 34.5816917; 135.4689583Coordinates: 34°34′54.09″N 135°28′8.25″E / 34.5816917°N 135.4689583°E / 34.5816917; 135.4689583
Operated by Nankai Electric Railway
Line(s) Nankai Main Line
Platforms 4 (2 island platforms)
Connections
  • Bus terminal
Construction
Structure type Elevated
Other information
Station code NK11
History
Opened (Old station): May 1888[2]
(Current station): December 1997[3]
Closed (Old station): 1990s[1]
Traffic
Passengers 35,528 daily

Sakai Station (堺駅?, Sakai-eki) is a train station on the Nankai Electric Railway Nankai Main Line in Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.[4]

Layout[edit]

Sakai Station layout
4 3 2 1

Shichidō

Minato

Two island platforms serving four tracks are loceted on the 3rd level, upper than ticket gates. Ticket gates are located in the center and the south; the center gates are connected with the east and west exits, and the south gates are with the south gate.


1  Nankai Line for Wakayamashi and Kansai Airport
2  Nankai Line for Wakayamashi and Kansai Airport
3  Nankai Line for Namba
4  Nankai Line for Namba

Surroundings[edit]

East
Station building
PLATPLAT (shopping mall by Nankai Railway)[5]
Nankai Bus Terminal (Sakai-ekimae)
West
Hotel Agora Regency Sakai
Portas Sakai
Round 1 (entertainment facility)
Takemoto Piano[6]
Bus Terminal (Sakai-eki nishiguchi)
South
Shop Nankai
Nankai Bus Terminal (Sakai-eki minamiguchi)
Ryujin District

Buses[edit]

Sakai-ekimae (Nankai Bus)
for Oshoji and Sakaihigashi-ekimae
for Hanwa Sakaishi-ekimae and Kawachi-Matsubara-ekimae
for Shukuin and Higashi-Minato
for Dejima and Sakai City Hospital
for Dejima and Kogyo-gakkko-mae (Osaka Prefectural Sakai Technology High School)
for Intex Osaka, Asia & Pacific Trade Center and Osaka Prefectural Government Sakishima Building
Expressway buses for Shinjuku and Tokyo
Expressway buses for Takeo Onsen, Sasebo and Huis Ten Bosch
Expressway buses for Odawara, Fujisawa, Kamakura, Ofuna and Totsuka
Expressway buses for Kashiwazaki, Nagaoka and Sanjo
Expressway buses for Yokohama, Tokyo Disney Resort, Nishi-Funabashi and Makuhari
Sakai-eki nishiguchi
for J-GREEN Sakai (Nankai Bus)
for Sakaihama Seaside Stage (Nankai Bus)
for Takumicho (Sharp Sakai Factory) (Nankai Bus)
for Hanwa Sakaishi-ekimae (Nankai Bus)
Kansai Airport limousine "Sorae" for Kansai Airport (Nankai Bus)
for Suminoekoen (Osaka Municipal Transportation Burau)
Sakai-eki minamiguchi (Nankai Bus)
for Kanaoka
for Nakamozu
for Kitanoda
for Shukuin and Oshoji
for Dejima and Sakai City Hospital
for Dejima and Kogyo-gakkko-mae (Osaka Prefectural Sakai Technology High School)

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Nankai Railway Nankai Line (NK11)
Shichidō (NK10)   Local (普通車)   Minato (NK12)
Tengachaya (NK05)   Semi-Express (running only for Namba in the morning on weekdays)   Minato (NK12)
Tengachaya (NK05)   Sub. Express   Hagoromo (NK16)
Tengachaya (NK05)   Airport Express   Hagoromo (NK16)
Tengachaya (NK05)   Express   Hagoromo (NK16)
Limited Express "Rapi:t α" for Kanasi Airport: Does not stop at this station
Tengachaya (NK05)   Limited Express "Rapi:t β"   Kishiwada (NK24)
Tengachaya (NK05)   Limited Express "Southern"   Kishiwada (NK24)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "堺駅|南海電鉄". www.nankai.co.jp (in Japanese). Nankai Electric Railway. 28 January 2017. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "堺駅|南海電鉄". www.nankai.co.jp (in Japanese). Nankai Electric Railway. 28 January 2017. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  3. ^ "堺駅|南海電鉄". www.nankai.co.jp (in Japanese). Nankai Electric Railway. 28 January 2017. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  4. ^ "堺駅|南海電鉄". www.nankai.co.jp (in Japanese). Nankai Electric Railway. 28 January 2017. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  5. ^ アクセス [Access]. PLATPLAT Official Website (in Japanese). Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd. Retrieved October 22, 2012. 
  6. ^ アクセスマップ [Access map] (in Japanese). Takemoto Piano Co., Ltd. Retrieved October 22, 2012.