Ariake Station (Tokyo)
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|Operated by||Tokyo Waterfront New Transit Corporation|
Ariake Station (有明駅 Ariake-eki) is a railway station on the Yurikamome Line, in Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan. Its station number is U-12. Opened on 1 November 1995, the station is located within walking distance to Kokusai-tenjijō Station on the Rinkai Line. The station served as the line's eastern terminus before the extension to Toyosu Station opened. However, some services from Shimbashi still terminates at Ariake.
The station consists of two elevated island platforms serving three tracks.
|1||■ Yurikamome||for Toyosu|
|2||■ Yurikamome||(Terminating services)|
|3||■ Yurikamome||for Aomi, Daiba, and Shimbashi|
|4||■ Yurikamome||for Aomi, Daiba, and Shimbashi|
The station opened on 1 November 1995 as the eastern terminus of the Yurikamome Line. It became a through station from 27 March 2006 following the opening of the extension to Toyosu.
- Kokusai-Tenjijō Station (TWR Rinkai Line)
- Symbol Promenade Park
- Tokyo Big Sight (east gate)
- Panasonic Centre Tokyo
- Ariake Tennis Forest Park
- Ariake Coliseum
- Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research Cancer Institute Hospital
- Tokyo Metropolitan Disaster Prevention Center
- Tokyo Bay Ariake Washington Hotel
A bus stop is located at the front of Kokusai-tenjijō Station.
In 2008, the station was used by an average of 2,293 passengers.
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