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|Amagasaki Station platform, February 2007|
(See other stations in Hyōgo)
|Neighborhood etc.||1-1, Shioe Itchome|
|Former name||Kanzaki Station|
|Present name since||1949|
|Line(s)||Tōkaidō Line (JR Kobe Line)
Fukuchiyama Line (JR Takarazuka Line)
JR Tōzai Line
Amagasaki Station (尼崎駅 Amagasaki-eki ) is a train station on the Tōkaidō Main Line (JR Kōbe Line), Fukuchiyama Line (JR Takarazuka Line) and JR Tōzai Line of JR West, located in Amagasaki, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, opened in 1874. Until 1997, Amagasaki was only a local stop, but it has since become a major junction with the opening of the JR Tōzai Line. Today, all commuter trains and Fukuchiyama-bound limited express trains, stop here.
Amagasaki is the official terminal of the Fukuchiyama Line and the JR Tōzai Line, but only direct rapid services originate from here via the JR Tōzai Line. Trains of the Fukuchiyama Line continue east to Osaka and beyond on the Tōkaidō Line or connect with the Gakkentoshi Line through the JR Tōzai Line. Tōzai Line trains (except direct rapid services) continue west to Nishi-Akashi and beyond on the Tōkaidō Line, and Takarazuka and beyond on the Fukuchiyama Line.
The station is referred to "JR Amagasaki" or "J-Ama" to distinguish between the station and Amagasaki Station operated by Hanshin Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
|1||■JR Kōbe Line||special rapid services for Sannomiya and Himeji
part of rapid services for Sannomiya and Himeji (passing Suma, Tarumi and Maiko in the evening)
|2||■JR Takarazuka Line||for Takarazuka and Fukuchiyama (mainly trains starting Osaka and Fukuchiyama Line limited express trains "Kounotori")|
|3||■JR Takarazuka Line||from the JR Kyōto Line and the JR Tōzai Line for Takarazuka|
|■JR Kōbe Line||part of local trains for Sannomiya and Nishi-Akashi|
|4||■JR Kōbe Line||local trains and rapid services for Sannomiya and Himeji|
|5, 6||■JR Kyōto Line||local trains and rapid services for Osaka, Shin-Osaka and Takatsuki|
|■JR Tōzai Line||for Kitashinchi and Kyobashi and Shijonawate|
|7||■JR Takarazuka Line||for Osaka and Shin-Osaka (including Fukuchiyama Line limited express trains "Konotori", passing Tsukamoto)|
|■JR Tōzai Line||part of trains for Kitashinchi, Kyobashi and Shijonawate in the rush hour
direct rapid service for Oji and Nara via the Osaka Higashi Line
|8||■JR Kyōto Line||special rapid services for Osaka, Shin-Osaka and Takatsuki
part of rapid services for Osaka, Shin-Osaka and Takatsuki
|■JR Takarazuka Line||to Osaka (partly in the morning, passing Tsukamoto)|
|West Japan Railway Company (JR West)|
|Tōkaidō Line (JR Kōbe Line)|
|Osaka||Special Rapid Service||Ashiya|
|Fukuchiyama Line (JR Takarazuka Line)|
|Tsukamoto (through the JR Kyoto Line)
Osaka (returning at Osaka)
Tambaji Rapid Service
|Kashima||Rapid Service (returning at Tsukaguchi)||Tsukaguchi|
|Osaka||Limited Express "Konotori"||Takarazuka|
|JR Tōzai Line|
|Kashima||Regional Rapid Service||Tachibana (Local)
Itami (Rapid Service)
|Kashima||Direct Rapid Service||Terminus|
|Japan National Railways|
|Fukuchiyama Line (Amagasakiko Line)|
|Tokaido Line Freight Branch (Amagasakishijo Line)|
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