Dobutsuen-mae Station, Osaka
Dobutsuen-mae Station, Osaka - Address
Address: Japan, 〒557-0002 Ōsaka-fu, Ōsaka-shi, Nishinari-ku, Taishi, 1 Chome−1, 太子１丁目６−１２
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About Dobutsuen-mae Station, Osaka
Dōbutsuen-mae Station (動物園前駅, Dōbutsuenmae-eki, Shinsekai) is a metro station on the Osaka Municipal Subway in Nishinari-ku, Osaka, Japan. The name in English means "in front of the zoo". It is one of the nearest stations to the Tennōji Zoo and Tsutenkaku. The station is located close to the Shin-Imamiya station operated by JR West and Nankai Electric Railway, but no physical connection exists between these two stations.Wikipedia
During your vacation plans to Japan, you should also consider visiting Dobutsuen-mae Station located in the city of Osaka. You can cross check the address and the exact location from the map given on this page. In case of any troubles reaching Dobutsuen-mae Station, or confusion regarding the visiting hours you can also call on the number provided.
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Being well connected, Dobutsuen-mae Station has bus station(s) and railway station(s) nearby and if you prefer to use your own vehicle, information on gas stations and parking lots can also be found on this page.
On your visit to Dobutsuen-mae Station, you can also pay a visit to the Tourist Information Center and Public safety station for more information on the place. You can alternatively use our Osaka trip planner to explore the nearby areas to plan the day perfectly. Areas near Dobutsuen-mae Station, Osaka also has easy access to public essentials such as Pharmacies, ATMs and Banks and Internet Cafes, details of which can be seen on this page.
There are also a lot of options for the foodies near Dobutsuen-mae Station. From places offering quick bite foods such as pizzas and burgers to multi-cuisine restaurant’s, you will not regret visiting this place. There are also some specialty food places offering steaks, barbeques, sea food etc. In case you want to have it light, you can visit any of the dessert and coffee places available which should leave you content with the variety in their offerings. In case you are one of the kind who prefers a drink where ever they go, there is also an option to go to bars, breweries, cafes and hotel lounges. Also check other things to do in Osaka nearby that can be covered in case you still have time left to kill.
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Dobutsuen-mae Station, Osaka Reviews - Write a Review
Very nice employees, we had no idea how to work the subway ticket machine and the employee told us to just put money into the machine and the fare amounts will light up. Thank you!! 2 platforms. Escalators going up, no going down. A couple vending machines and lockers are available too. Limited seating on each platform, about 4 on each side.
It was the only subway station near my hostel. The man who works here is very rude. We were trying to buy tickets to go to Umeda station and the officer yelled at us and started getting mad at us. I guess it's because we didn't speak Japanese :( Just do not ever ask the officer to help you but the people. Except him, other people are generally nice.
It's a train station... It has trains...