|Station entrance at Ginza main intersection with Sanai Building|
(See other stations in Tokyo)
|Station number(s)||G-09, M-16, H-08|
|Statistics||274,842 passengers/day |
Ginza Station opened in March 1934 as part of an extension of the Tokyo Underground Railway line (now the Ginza Line) from Asakusa. The Marunouchi Line began service to Ginza in December 1957, and the Hibiya Line platforms opened in February 1963.
The Hibiya Line platform, which runs east-west between the north-south Ginza Line and Marunouchi Line platforms, was actually built before World War II as part of a planned TUR line to Shinjuku.
- Each line has an island platform serving two tracks.
|1||○Ginza Line||Akasaka-mitsuke ・ Omotesandō ・ Shibuya|
|2||○Ginza Line||Nihombashi ・ Ueno ・ Asakusa|
|3||○Marunouchi Line||Yotsuya ・ Shinjuku ・ Ogikubo ・ Nakano-fujimicho|
|4||○Marunouchi Line||Ōtemachi ・ Kōrakuen ・ Ikebukuro|
|5||○Hibiya Line||Roppongi ・ Naka-Meguro|
|6||○Hibiya Line||Ueno ・ Kita-Senju ・ (Tobu Skytree Line) Kuki • Minami-Kurihashi|
|Ginza Line (G-09)|
|Shimbashi (G-08)||-||Kyōbashi (G-10)|
|Hibiya Line (H-08)|
|Hibiya (H-11)||-||Higashi-Ginza (H-09)|
|Marunouchi Line (M-16)|
|Kasumigaseki (M-15)||-||Tokyo (M-17)|
An underground passage connects with the following stations, allowing transfer on foot.
- Ginza-itchōme (Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line)
- Higashi-Ginza (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Toei Asakusa Line)
- Hibiya (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Toei Mita Line)
- Yūrakuchō (Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line, Yamanote Line, Keihin-Tōhoku Line)