Trains stopping at this station

Nankai Line
  • Semi-Express
  • Local


Transit to other lines

Transit to bus

Barrier-free Information

Wheelchair-accessible restroom
Ostomate Restroom
Nursing Bed
Mobility Scooters
Regular stocked Wheelchairs
Braille Guide

    Mobility Scooters are available only on the up route.


    There is no voice guidance on the Braille guide.

Assignment time of station staff

    East Gate (for Wakayama City)


    West ticket gate (for Namba)



    Even if it is during the staff placement time, the station staff may be absent depending on the situation.


    If the station staff are not available, please use the intercom to call the staff.


Information of surrounding facilities

The station building of Hamaderakoen, which opened in October 1897 and was rebuilt in June 1907, was designed by the Tatsuno Kataoka Architectural Office to which Dr. Kingo Tatsuno, known for designing Tokyo Station, belonged. It became the first national registered cultural property of major private railway company in September 1998, together with Suwanomori Station.
In 2000, it was selected as one of the 1st "100 Best Stations in Kinki", and in 2002, it won the 9th Sakai City Landscape Award (Town Category). It is currently a temporary station building because it will be elevated by the Nankai Main Line (Sakai City) continuous flyover roadway construction.

Surrounding Facilities

Hamadera Park 《1 minute walk from the station》

It is a park that boasts a beautiful pine forest that has been selected as one of the "Top 100 Pine Trees". Designated as a park in 1873, it is one of the oldest parks in Osaka. The park has a pool with a giant slide, a rose garden, a traffic park, etc., and is popular with many people as a comprehensive park.

[Address] Hamadera Koen-cho, Nishi-ku, Sakai [TEL/JP only] 072-262-6300

Information of Hamaderakōen Station


2-188, Hamaderakoen, Nishi, Sakai

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