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|Former name||Setagaya-Nakahara Station|
|Present name since||August 20, 1946|
|Operator(s)||Odakyu Electric Railway|
|Line(s)||Odakyu Odawara Line|
There are two side platforms serving two tracks.
|1||■Odakyu Odawara Line||Machida ・ Hon-Atsugi ・ Odawara ・(Hakone-Tozan Railway) Hakone-Yumoto ・(Odakyu Enoshima Line) Fujisawa ・ Katase-Enoshima|
|2||■Odakyu Odawara Line||Shimo-Kitazawa ・ Shinjuku|
|Shimo-Kitazawa||Odakyu Odawara Line||Umegaoka|
|Sectional Semi-Express: no stop|
|Semi-Express: no stop|
|Express: no stop|
|Tama Express: no stop|
|Rapid Express: no stop|
|Ltd. Exp. "Romance Car": no stop|
Station opened on April 1, 1927 as Setagaya-Nakahara (世田ヶ谷中原?).
Station struck by the air raid and have stopped the business from July 1, 1945 to June 15, 1946.
Renamed on August 20, 1946 to Setagaya-Daita.
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