Trains stopping at this station
- Airport Express
- Section Express
Transit to other lines
Transit to bus
Assignment time of station staff
Staff are at the station throughout the day.
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
Kaizuka station opened in October 1897, when Nankai Railway opened the section between Sakai and Izumisano. In 1925, the Mizuma Line (Mizuma Railway) opened and became a transfer station. Near the first railroad crossing in the Namba direction of the station, there is the Kanda Shrine, also known as Kaizukanomiya, where the Taikodai Festival is held every July. If you go further northwest from there, you will find Gansenji Temple, known by the locals as "Bokan (Tohan)-san," whose front gate and main hall have been designated as national important cultural properties.
Cosmos Theater (Citizen's Cultural Center)《About a 15-minute walk from the station, or about a 5-minute walk from Mizuma Railway Shiyakusho-mae》
[Address] 1-18-1 Hatakenaka, Kaizuka [TEL/JP only] 072-436-5031
Mizuma Temple《About a 7-minute walk from Mizuma Kannon Station on the Mizuma Railway》
[Address] 638 Mizuma, Kaizuka City
Kanda Shrine 《immediately after getting off》
[Address] 905 Naka Kaizuka [TEL/JP only] 072-422-1446
Information of Kaizuka Station
1-1-1 Umizuka, Kaizuka City