(See other stations in Tokyo)
|Former names||Sawada Station
|Present name since||1961|
|Operator(s)||Keihin Electric Express Railway|
|1, 2||■Keikyū Main Line||for Yokohama, Shin-Zushi, Uraga, Misakiguchi, Haneda Airport|
|3, 4||■Keikyū Main Line||for Shinagawa, Sengakuji|
The station has two island platforms. Both platforms are on the upper level and connected by stairs, escalators and elevators to the ground level where ticket office, gates and toilets are located.
The station opened on February 1, 1901 as Sawada Station (沢田駅?). Later the name was changed to Gakkō-ura Station (学校裏駅?), meaning "behind the school". The present name Heiwajima was given September 1, 1961. The platforms were moved to the elevated tracks in 1970.
Around the station
To the east of the station is Heiwanomori-Kōen (平和の森公園) park.
|Keikyū Main Line|
|Tachiaigawa||Airport Express||Keikyū Kamata|
|Aomono-Yokochō||Ltd. Express||Keikyū Kamata|
|Rapid Ltd. Express: no stop|
|Keikyū Wing: no stop|
- Keikyu Corporation. "京急まちWeb". Retrieved January 13, 2014.