The Sakaisuji Line, like the Midosuji Line, cuts through the city center of Osaka. The line features spots such as the Kitahama area, known for its old-fashioned architecture, and the Tennoji Zoo. The line color is brown. The line is represented with the letter “K” for the third letter in “saKaisuji Line” in the station numbering system. (Note the letter representing this line is not “S” because S is used for the Sennichimae Line.) It is well known among native Osakans that Ebisucho Station is actually closer than Nipponbashi Station to the popular otaku paradise such as “Ota Road” in the Nipponbashi area or the Nipponbashi electronics district “Denden Town”! If you have no need to go to Umeda or Namba, the Sakaisuji line provides the perfect route for quickly moving through Osaka from north to south or vice versa.
Have a comfortable sightseeing trip in Osaka with the Station Numbering.
Osaka Metro has introduced “Station Numbering” to support comfortable use. Routes are indicated by Alphabetical Letters. The number starts with 11 and in principle followed by 11, 12, 13... from west or north. The Station Numbering is also adopted by private railways. Please enjoy many sightseeing spots by smooth traveling.
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