Ōmorikaigan Station

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Ōmorikaigan Station

大森海岸駅
Omorikaigan-station gate.jpg
Ticket gate
Location Minai Ōi 3-32-1, Shinagawa, Tokyo
(東京都品川区南大井三丁目32-1)
Japan
Operated by Keikyu
Line(s) Keikyū Main Line
Other information
Station code KK07
History
Opened 1901
Previous names Hachiman; Kaigan (until 1933)
Traffic
Passengers (2010) 13,673 daily
Platforms(8 August 2010)

Ōmorikaigan Station (大森海岸駅?, Ōmori-Kaigan-eki) is a Keikyu station on the Keikyū Main Line between Tachiaigawa Station and Heiwajima Station. The station is on the borders of Shinagawa and Ota wards. Station number is KK07.

Layout[edit]

1  Keikyū Main Line for Yokohama, Shinzushi, Uraga, Misakiguchi
2  Keikyū Main Line for Shinagawa, Sengakuji, Shimbashi, Asakusa, Narita Airport

The station consists of two platforms on an overhead railway. Elevators to connect platforms and concourse is set in March 2009. The station has name of "Ōmori", which usually indicates a part of the Ōta ward while the location of the stations is Shinagawa ward.

Entry and exit[edit]

Average daily entry and exit in 2010 is 13,673.[1]

Entry and exit in recent years are as shown below.

Year Daily average
Entry and exit
From
1992 8,449 [2]
1993 7,710 [3]
1994 7,014 [4]
1995 6,577 [5]
1996 6,356 [6]
1997 6,027 [7]
1998 5,934 [8]
1999 5,762 [9]
2000 5,901 [10]
2001 5,978 [11]
2002 6,079 [12]
2003 6,068 [13]
2004 6,293 [14]
2005 6,545 [15]
2006 6,581 [16]
2007 6,692 [17]
2008 7,134 [18]
2009 6,951 [19]

Nearby the station[edit]

Transport Links[edit]

Omori Kaigan Station bus stop

  • East bound
    • Keikyu Bus
      • <Mori 22> Yashio Park Town Loop
      • <Mori 30> Museum of Maritime Science via Tokyo Teleport Station three services a day
      • <Mori 28> Heiwajima loop
      • <""I"" 19> Leisure land Heiwajima, three services a day
      • <Mori 34> Ota Stadium via Leisure land Heiwajima
      • <Mori 43> Ota Market
      • <Mori 32> Jonanjima loop
      • <Mori 24> Keihinjima loop
      • <Mori 25> Showajima loop
      • <Mori 36> Keihijima and Showajima loop
      • <Mori 31> Ryutsu Centre loop
      • <Mori 26> Morigasaki
    • Haneda Keikyu Bus
  • West bound
    • Keikyu bus
      • <"I" 19> Oimachi station via Omori station, three services a day
      • <Mori 22, Mori 24, Mori 25, Mori 26, Mori 28, Mori 31, Mori 32, Mori 36, Mori 43, and I 30> Omori station
    • Haneda Keikyu bus
      • <Mori 21 and Mori 23> Omori station

History[edit]

From Ōmori station, services to Kawasaki was available.

  • May 8 1904 – Service between Ōmori station and Hachiman became a branch for the extension of the main line to Shinagawa.
  • 1905- Renamed to Kaigan Station. Another Kaigan Station existed between Hachiman and Gakkō Ura (Heiwajima) had been renamed to Hachiman.
  • July 1 1933 – Rename to Ōmori Kaigan
  • March 8 1937 – Ōmori branch was abandoned
  • December 1 1970 rebuilt as a station on an over head railway

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Keikyū Main Line
Airport Limited Express: Does not stop at this station
Limited Express (Kaitoku): Does not stop at this station
Limited Express (Tokkyū): Does not stop at this station
Airport Express: Does not stop at this station
Tachiaigawa   Local   Heiwajima

References[edit]

Coordinates: 35°35′15″N 139°44′07″E / 35.587632°N 139.735408°E / 35.587632; 139.735408