|Operated by||Hankyu Corporation|
|Line(s)||Kyoto Main Line|
|Previous names||Takatsuki-machi (until 1943)|
All types of train services on the line stop at Takatsuki-shi as one of key stations along the line. Many trains from Osaka, especially those from the Sakaisuji Line, terminate at Takatsuki-shi.
The station opened on January 16, 1928, and served as the terminal of the Shin-Keihan Line until its extension to Kyoto in November 1928. The station name was originally Takatsuki-machi (meaning Takatsuki Town) and was changed to the present one in 1943 when the town obtained the city status.
The construction of the elevated station replacing the original ground-level station was completed in 1994.
The elevated station consists of three levels:
- 1st level (ground): Ming Hankyu Takatsuki shopping center
- 2nd level: Station facilities (concourses, ticket gates and offices) and Ming Hankyu Takatsuki shopping center
- 3rd level: Platforms and tracks
There are two island platforms, each of which serves two tracks.
|1, 2||■ Kyoto Line||for Kawaramachi, Arashiyama|
|3, 4||■ Kyoto Line||for Umeda, Tengachaya, Kita-Senri, Kobe, Takarazuka|
|Ibaraki-shi||Commutation Limited Express||Nagaoka-Tenjin|
|Limited Express "Kyo-Train", "Sagano", "Atago", "Togetsu", "Hozu": Does not stop at this station|
- 1932 Rikuchi Sokuryō-bu map retrieved May 23, 2011
- Hankyu Corporation (April 2001). Hankyū Sutēshon (in Japanese). Osaka: Hankyu Corporation. p. 98. ISBN 4-89485-051-6.
- Takatsuki-shi Station guide map (Hankyu Corporation) (Japanese)
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