5 Things to Know about Subway in Osaka

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Osaka is the second largest city in the entire Japan. There is over 19 million people living and working in this area and therefore, public transport has to be exemplary. Subway is the most popular way to travel around Osaka for both locals and tourists. Yes, it gets crowded sometimes but it truly is your best option if you are in Osaka.

1. Eight lines in total

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Osaka is a large city so it simply needs plenty of subway lines in order to connect all parts of the city. Each other and make them easily accessible. Therefore, there are eight lines that spread underneath the city. The major stop is called the Namba Station and three lines pass through there.

2. You can purchase various passes

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If you know that you will be riding the subway at least a couple of times in a single day, the best way to do so is to buy a pass. You will save a little bit of money and be able to use the subway as much as you want and get arround Osaka very easy. The lines are well connected and you will be able to get from the one side of the city to another pretty quickly.

3. Osaka Subway is open every single day

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The subway system in Osaka works for seven days a week – from 05:00am up until midnight. The trains are not so frequent during the weekends and various holidays, even in that case, the subway is still open and you will be able to use it in order to get around this city.

4. Fares are very affordable

Fares in Osaka Subway are affordable for everyone. The price of the ticket depends on the total distance you plan to travel. Depending on the section, the fares are between 180 yen and 370 yen. The tickets for children are cheaper than the tickets for adults. Also, there are various discounts you will be able to use when buying your subway ticket.

5.  Information Center will help you with anything

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If you get lost and you cannot find your way, Osaka Municipal Transportation Information Center is here for you. It is located at the Namba Station and you will be able to get all the necessary information in English language. The staff is very helpful and they will explain you everything in great detail. Osaka truly is a beautiful city. However, if you want to see all the sights you have planned to visit, you need to find the way to travel around quickly and comfortably. Osaka Subway is the perfect option for you, that is for sure.

Have a good trip and travel!

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Asia, Japan, Kansai Region, Osaka Prefecture