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|Station ticket barriers|
(See other stations in Tokyo)
|Station number(s)||C-07, M-14|
|Line(s)||Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
The Chiyoda Line platforms are 37.9 m underground, making this station the deepest in the Tokyo Metro network (although a number of stations on the Toei Oedo Line are farther underground).
Kokkai-gijidomae Station is served by the following lines.
The station is also connected by underground passageways to Tameike-Sanno Station, which is served by the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tokyo Metro Namboku Line, and it is possible to transfer between the two stations without passing through the ticket gates.
|1||○Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line||for Shinjuku and Ogikubo|
|2||○Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line||for Ginza, Ōtemachi, and Ikebukuro|
|3||○Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line||for Omotesandō, Yoyogi-Uehara
Odakyu Tama Line for Karakida
|4||○Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line||for Ōtemachi, Ayase
Joban Line for Abiko and Toride
|Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (M-14)|
|Akasaka-mitsuke (M-13)||Kasumigaseki (M-15)|
|Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line (C-07)|
|Akasaka (C-06)||Kasumigaseki (C-08)|
The station first opened on March 15, 1959, as a station on the Marunouchi Line. The Chiyoda Line platforms opened on October 20, 1972, and the Namboku Line platforms opened on September 30, 1997. It also became possible to transfer to the Ginza and Namboku lines via a passageway to the newly opened Tameike Sannō Station.[when?]
- Kokkai-gijidomae Station information (Tokyo Metro) (Japanese)