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|Entrance to platform No. 1|
(See other stations in Tokyo)
|Former name||Maruko Station
|Present name since||1926|
|Line(s)||Tōkyū Tamagawa Line|
This station has two ground-level side platforms.
|1||■Tokyu Tamagawa Line||Kamata|
|2||■Tokyu Tamagawa Line||Tamagawa|
- March 11, 1923: Opened as Maruko Station of Meguro Kamata Railway.
- June 1, 1924: Renamed to Musashi-Maruko Station.
- January 1, 1926: Renamed to Numabe Station.
|Tamagawa||Tokyu Tamagawa Line||Unoki|
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