Ōji Station (Tokyo)
The station is served by:
- Keihin-Tōhoku Line of JR East (elevated station)
- Namboku Line of Tokyo Metro (underground station)
- Toden Arakawa Line (ground level station)
Officially the station of the Toden Arakawa Line is called Ōji-ekimae Station (王子駅前停留場 Ōji-ekimae teiryūjō?, "the tram stop in front of Ōji Station"). Ōji-ekimae Station is one of two tram stations around Oji Station.
|Tokyo Metro Namboku Line (N-16)|
|Nishigahara (N-15)||-||Ōji-Kamiya (N-17)|
|Toden Arakawa Line|
The station opened on 28 July 1883.
What is now the Toden Arakawa Line begins operation on 17 April 1915.
The Namboku Line subway station opened on 29 November 1991.
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- Ōji Station (JR East) (Japanese)
- Ōji Station (Tokyo Metro) (Japanese)
- Ōji-ekimae Station (Toei) (Japanese)