天神橋筋六丁目 - Jaw-breaking train station name in Osaka, Japan. It literally means "Tenjin Bridge Avenue, Sixth Chome," but on most signs it's lumped together into one big word. Most sane people call it "Tenroku," although train conductors are forced to blather out the full name as they pass the station. Like Nishinakajimaminamigata, it's a great Osaka subway tongue-twister: see if you can say it five times fast.

Tenjimbashisujirokuchome is located on the Hankyu line and the subway's Sakaisuji line.

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