The Yotsubashi Line runs closer to the bay than the Midosuji Line. The line color is blue. The line is represented with the letter “Y” for “Yotsubashi Line” in the station numbering system. The Yotsubashi Line – running from Nishi-Umeda Station to Suminoe Koen Station – runs parallel to the Midosuji Line for a long stretch, sharing several stations such as Honmachi Station, Namba Station, and Daikokucho Station. Higobashi Station is the closest station to the Osaka Science Museum and the National Museum of Art, Osaka, and the Yotsubashi Line is more convenient than the Midosuji Line for reaching destinations such as Namba Hatch in the Minami area.
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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