Osaka Monorail

Osaka Monorail, Japan

Osaka Monorail, Japan

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Osaka Monorail at 21km was once the longest monorail in the world and runs from Osaka Itami Airport to Kadoma via Banpaku-Kinen-Koen.

Osaka Monorail Train

Osaka Monorail Train

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Fares range from a minimum of 200 yen to a maximum of 550 yen. The system operates from 5:30 am until about midnight. The automatic ticket machines can be operated in English, and onboard train announcements are also in English.

The Kansai Thru Pass is valid on the Osaka Monorail. The Osaka Monorail takes 36 minutes to travel the entire length of the line.

For visiting Osaka Itami Airport, the Expo 70 Park and J-League soccer team Gamba Osaka's Suita City Football Stadium at Banpaku-Kinen-Koen, the monorail is most convenient.

The first departure from Osaka Itami Airport is at 5:38 am daily with the last train at 11:49 pm to Minami-ibaraki on weekdays and at 11:38 pm on weekends and public holidays to Bampaku-kinen-koen. 

Osaka Monorail Interior

Osaka Monorail Interior

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