Sakae Station (Aichi)
(See other stations in Aichi)
|Neighborhood etc.||Sakae 3-5-12|
|Former name||Sakaemachi Station|
|Present name since||1966 |
|Operator(s)||Transportation Bureau City of Nagoya|
|Statistics||26,376,104  passengers/year 2008|
|Major bus terminal(s) attached to the station|
Sakae Station (栄駅 Sakae-eki ) is an underground metro station located in Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan operated by the Nagoya Municipal Subway. It is an interchange station between the Higashiyama Line and the Meijō Line and is located 9.0 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Higashiyama Line at Takabata Station and 3.0 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Meijō Line at Kanayama Station. This station is located in part of the upper class district of Nagoya.
Sakae Station was opened on 15 November 1957 as Sakaemachi Station (栄町駅 Sakaemachi-eki ) as a terminal station on the No. 1 Line, later renamed the Higashiyama Line. The new subway system replaced the electric tram which had run above ground. The No. 2 Line (later named the Meijō Line) connected to the station on 15 October 1965. The station was renamed to its present name on 1 June 1966.
|1||■Higashiyama Line||For Higashiyama Kōen and Fujigaoka|
|2||■Higashiyama Line||For Nagoya and Takabata|
|3||■Meijō Line||For Kanayama, Aratama-bashi, and Nagoyakō|
|4||■Meijō Line||For Shiyakusho and Ōzone|
The station is rather large and contains many businesses such as restaurants and shops. There are three sets of gates corresponding to three exits: the Central Exit, the East Exit, and the West Exit. Past the West Exit are exits 1, 2, 7, and 8. Exit 3 and Exit 6 are between the Central Exit and the West Exit. Past the East Exit are exits 4, 4A, and 5. 
|Nagoya Municipal Subway|
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