The Hankai Line is a line of the Hankai Electric Railway that runs from the Emisu-cho stop in Naniwa-ku, Osaka to the Hamadera-ekimae stop in Nishi-ku, Sakai-shi, Osaka.
The Hankai Line offers a multifaceted experience of Osaka’s city and culture.
The liveliness of Tsutenkaku Tower will lift your spirits, and Hamadera Park will give you a peaceful time…such a wonderful trip awaits you.
The line runs through a residential area with a nostalgic atmosphere, so you may get off the train and stroll around as your interest takes you.
There is also a cute train with pandas painted on it.
How to ride the Hankai Railway
Riding the Hankai Train is basically the same as riding a bus, boarding from the rear door and alighting from the door next to the driver in front of you.
The fare is a flat rate of 210 yen for the entire route, and 110 yen for children.
It is paid in the fare box next to the driver when getting off the train.
If you wish to change trains at Abikido Station or Sumiyoshi Station, please take a transfer ticket from the ticket machine, which is valid for the next train.
You can also use IC cards such as Suica to board the Hankai Railway.
Shin-Imamiya Station is convenient for transferring
The last stop on the Hankai Line of the Hankai Electric Railway is Emisucho, but if you want to change trains, it is convenient to go to Shin-Imamiya Station, which is one stop before the line.
If you take the Hankai Line to its terminus at Ebisucho, the nearest station is only Ebisucho on the Subway Sakaisuji Line.
Most people take a bus, JR, or Nankai when going from Kansai Airport to Osaka City.
However, why don’t you change to the Hankai Line on the way to Osaka City and enjoy a different view of the city?
Although the train stops at many stations and it takes time, the fare is inexpensive at 210 yen for the entire section, and you will be able to enjoy a different kind of travel experience.