|Higashi-Murayama Station, February 2008|
(See other stations in Tokyo)
|Neighborhood etc.||2-3-32 Honchō|
|Station number(s)||SS21, SK05|
|Line(s)||Seibu Shinjuku Line
Seibu Kokubunji Line
Seibu Seibu-en Line
|Medium bus terminal at this station|
Higashi-Murayama Station is served by the Seibu Shinjuku Line, the Seibu Kokubunji Line, and the Seibu-en Line. It is 26.0 km from the Tokyo terminus of the Seibu Shinjuku Line at Seibu Shinjuku Station. All trains including limited express services stop at this station.
Higashi-Murayama Station has two entrances, east and west, with one set of ticket barriers located centrally above the tracks. The platforms are connected by three overhead passageways.
The station has three island platforms serving six tracks.
|1/2||■Seibu Kokubunji Line||for Ogawa and Kokubunji|
|3||■Seibu Shinjuku Line||for Tokorozawa and Hon-Kawagoe|
|■Seibu Seibu-en Line||for Seibuen|
|4||■Seibu Shinjuku Line||for Tokorozawa and Hon-Kawagoe|
|5/6||■Seibu Shinjuku Line||for Tanashi, Takadanobaba, and Seibu Shinjuku|
|Seibu Shinjuku Line|
|Takadanobaba||Koedo limited express||Tokorozawa|
|Seibu Kokubunji Line|
|Seibu Seibu-en Line|
The station opened on 21 December 1894.
On 24 December 2011, at 16:40, the seventh car of an 8-car train forming a service from Seibuen to Seibu Shinjuku derailed as the train approached the station, blocking the line for the rest of the day. None of the approximately 450 passengers on board was injured in the accident.
To the east of the station is an Ito-Yokado department store, the Central Public Civic Hall, and Higashimurayama Central Post Office.
- Terada, Hirokazu (July 2002). データブック日本の私鉄 [Databook: Japan's Private Railways]. Japan: Neko Publishing. p. 202. ISBN 4-87366-874-3.
- "停車駅のご案内". Seibu Railway. Retrieved August 5, 2013.
- "鉄道事故：西武新宿線が脱線 一部区間、終電まで不通－－東京・東村山駅" [Rail accident: Seibu Shinjuku Line partially closed due to derailment]. mainichi.jp (in Japanese). Japan: The Mainichi Newspapers. 24 December 2011. Retrieved 25 December 2011.
- "東村山青葉恩多町線〜運行系統図". Ginga Tetsudo website (in Japanese). 2008. Retrieved 25 December 2011.
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- Seibu Station information (Japanese)