List of Keikyu Corporation stations

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Yokohama Station, the busiest station on the Keikyu network, followed by Shinagawa and Sengakuji

List of Keikyu Corporation stations lists stations on the Keikyu network, including station location (ward or city), opening date, design (underground, at-grade, or elevated), and daily ridership.

Summary[edit]

There are a total of 73 "unique" stations (i.e., counting stations served by multiple lines only once) on the Keikyu network, or 77 total stations if each station on each line counts as one station.[1]

In general, the reported daily ridership is the total of faregate entries and exits at each station. For "interface" stations that allow for through-servicing and transfers with other railways without exiting the station's paid area (namely, Sengakuji), the daily ridership also includes cross-company passengers on through-servicing trains (as part of trackage rights agreements) or transferring from other railways' trains without passing through faregates. At faregate-controlled interchanges with other railways, additional data is also provided on passengers transferring from other railways, and at junction stations on the Keikyu network (e.g., Keikyū Kamata or Horinouchi), data is also provided on the total passenger volume exchanged between the main line and branch line.

Opening dates are given in standard Japanese date format (YYYY.MM.DD).

Stations[edit]

Station number Station Lines Ward or city Opening date Design Daily ridership
(FY2010)[2]
Ridership notes[2]
  Sengakuji Main Line Minato (Tokyo)
1968.06.21
Underground 158,973 Connecting Toei Subway passengers: 136,431
Other entries and exits: 22,542
KK01 Shinagawa Main Line Minato (Tokyo)
1924.03.11
Elevated 250,414 Connecting JR passengers: 127,112
Other entries and exits: 123,302
KK02 Kita-Shinagawa Main Line Shinagawa (Tokyo)
1904.05.08
At-grade 7,602
KK03 Shin-Bamba Main Line Shinagawa (Tokyo)
1904.05.08
Elevated 12,990
KK04 Aomono-Yokochō Main Line Shinagawa (Tokyo)
1904.05.08
Elevated 44,564
KK05 Samezu Main Line Shinagawa (Tokyo)
1904.05.08
Elevated 9,439
KK06 Tachiaigawa Main Line Shinagawa (Tokyo)
1904.05.08
Elevated 17,303
KK07 Ōmori-Kaigan Main Line Shinagawa (Tokyo)
1901.02.01
Elevated 13,673
KK08 Heiwajima Main Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1901.02.01
Elevated 44,504
KK09 Ōmorimachi Main Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1952.12.15
Elevated 17,652
KK10 Umeyashiki Main Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1901.02.01
Elevated 13,544
KK11 Keikyū Kamata Main Line
Airport Line
Ōta (Tokyo)
1901.02.01
Elevated 47,313 Connecting Airport Line passengers: 134,924
KK18 Zōshiki Main Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1901.02.01
Elevated 29,473
KK19 Rokugōdote Main Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1906.10.01
Elevated 14,431
KK20 Keikyū Kawasaki Main Line
Daishi Line
Kawasaki (Kawasaki)
1902.09.01
Elevated, at-grade 115,036 Connecting Daishi Line passengers: 37,941
KK27 Hatchōnawate Main Line Kawasaki (Kawasaki)
1916.12.25
At-grade 13,806 Connecting JR passengers: 543
Other entries and exits: 13,263
KK28 Tsurumi-Ichiba Main Line Tsurumi (Yokohama)
1905.12.24
At-grade 18,154
KK29 Keikyū Tsurumi Main Line Tsurumi (Yokohama)
1905.12.24
Elevated 28,156
KK30 Kagetsuen-mae Main Line Tsurumi (Yokohama)
1914.04.12
At-grade 6,310
KK31 Namamugi Main Line Tsurumi (Yokohama)
1900.12.24
At-grade 27,216
KK32 Keikyū Shin-Koyasu Main Line Kanagawa (Yokohama)
1910.03.27
At-grade 8,164
KK33 Koyasu Main Line Kanagawa (Yokohama)
1905.12.24
At-grade 8,050
KK34 Kanagawa-Shinmachi Main Line Kanagawa (Yokohama)
1914.08.21
At-grade 16,736
KK35 Nakakido Main Line Kanagawa (Yokohama)
1905.12.24
Elevated 16,910
KK36 Kanagawa Main Line Kanagawa (Yokohama)
1905.12.24
At-grade 5,363
KK37 Yokohama Main Line Nishi (Yokohama)
1930.02.05
At-grade 311,025 Connecting JR passengers: 74,722
Connecting Tokyu and Yokohama Minatomirai Railway passengers: 32,918
Connecting Sōtetsu passengers: 33,577
Connecting Yokohama Municipal Subway passengers: 5,160
Other entries and exits: 164,648
KK38 Tobe Main Line Nishi (Yokohama)
1931.12.26
Elevated 15,168
KK39 Hinodechō Main Line Naka (Yokohama)
1931.12.26
Elevated 27,876
KK40 Koganechō Main Line Minami (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
Elevated 22,955
KK41 Minami-Ōta Main Line Minami (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
Elevated 17,276
KK42 Idogaya Main Line Minami (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
Elevated (embankment) 26,837
KK43 Gumyōji Main Line Minami (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
At-grade 29,082
KK44 Kami-Ōoka Main Line Kōnan (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
Elevated 141,742 Connecting Yokohama Municipal Subway passengers: 18,805
Other entries and exits: 122,937
KK45 Byōbugaura Main Line Isogo (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
Elevated 18,056
KK46 Sugita Main Line Isogo (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
At-grade 33,762
KK47 Keikyū Tomioka Main Line Kanazawa (Yokohama)
1930.07.10
Elevated 25,181
KK48 Nōkendai Main Line Kanazawa (Yokohama)
1944.05.10
At-grade 31,041
KK49 Kanazawa Bunko Main Line Kanazawa (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
At-grade 72,531
KK50 Kanazawa Hakkei Main Line
Zushi Line
Kanazawa (Yokohama)
1930.04.01
At-grade 53,907 Connecting Zushi Line passengers: 34,375
KK54 Oppama Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
At-grade 40,205
KK55 Keikyū Taura Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
Elevated 14,218
KK56 Anjinzuka Main Line Yokosuka
1934.10.01
Elevated 4,981
KK57 Hemi Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
Elevated 5,288
KK58 Shioiri Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
Elevated 22,210
KK59 Yokosuka Chūō Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
At-grade 68,232
KK60 Kenritsu Daigaku Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
Elevated 12,537
KK61 Horinouchi Main Line
Kurihama Line
Yokosuka
1930.04.01
At-grade 13,017 Connecting Kurihama Line passengers: 103,243
KK62 Keikyū Ōtsu Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
At-grade 5,511
KK63 Mabori Kaigan Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
At-grade 10,169
KK64 Uraga Main Line Yokosuka
1930.04.01
At-grade 23,331
KK12 Kōjiya Airport Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1902.06.28
Elevated 22,294
KK13 Ōtorii Airport Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1902.06.28
Underground 27,570
KK14 Anamori-Inari Airport Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1902.06.28
At-grade 13,805
KK15 Tenkūbashi Airport Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1993.04.01
Underground 20,055 Connecting Tokyo Monorail passengers: 5,563
Faregate entries and exits: 14,492
KK16 Haneda Airport International Terminal Airport Line Ōta (Tokyo)
2010.10.21
Underground 16,843
KK17 Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Airport Line Ōta (Tokyo)
1998.11.18
Underground 74,885
KK21 Minatochō Daishi Line Kawasaki (Kawasaki)
1932.03.21
At-grade 3,222
KK22 Suzukichō Daishi Line Kawasaki (Kawasaki)
1929.12.10
At-grade 8,114
KK23 Kawasaki-Daishi Daishi Line Kawasaki (Kawasaki)
1899.01.21
At-grade 16,680
KK24 Higashi-Monzen Daishi Line Kawasaki (Kawasaki)
1925.08.15
At-grade 11,208
KK25 Sangyō-Dōro Daishi Line Kawasaki (Kawasaki)
1944.06.01
At-grade 9,159
KK26 Kojimashinden Daishi Line Kawasaki (Kawasaki)
1944.10.01
At-grade 20,890
KK51 Mutsuura Zushi Line Kanazawa (Yokohama)
1943.02.15
At-grade 16,523
KK52 Jinmuji Zushi Line Zushi
1931.04.01
At-grade 6,318
KK53 Shin-Zushi Zushi Line Zushi
1930.04.01
At-grade 23,143
KK65 Shin-Ōtsu Kurihama Line Yokosuka
1942.12.01
At-grade 6,463
KK66 Kita-Kurihama Kurihama Line Yokosuka
1942.12.01
At-grade 25,188
KK67 Keikyū Kurihama Kurihama Line Yokosuka
1942.12.01
Elevated 44,158
KK68 YRP Nobi Kurihama Line Yokosuka
1961.11.01
Elevated 20,965
KK69 Keikyū Nagasawa Kurihama Line Yokosuka
1966.03.27
Elevated 7,678
KK70 Tsukuihama Kurihama Line Yokosuka
1966.03.27
At-grade 6,483
KK71 Miura Kaigan Kurihama Line Miura
1966.07.07
Elevated 12,233
KK72 Misakiguchi Kurihama Line Miura
1975.04.26
At-grade, elevated 18,582
Total 2,424,373 (Sum of system entries and exits)

References[edit]

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