List of East Japan Railway Company stations

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List of East Japan Railway Company stations lists East Japan Railway Company (JR East) stations, including lines serving the station and daily ridership.

Summary[edit]

The reported ridership is the most recent figure available, and represents average daily entries at each station, excluding in-system transfers. For “interface” stations that allow for through-servicing and transfers with other railways without exiting the station's paid area—e.g., Ayase on the Chiyoda Line—the reported ridership includes cross-company passengers on through-servicing trains (as part of trackage rights agreements) or transferring from other railways' trains without passing through faregates. For stations served by both Shinkansen and non-Shinkansen services, the reported ridership includes Shinkansen station entries.

Stations[edit]

Tokyo Suburban Area[edit]

For its services in the Greater Tokyo Area, JR East defines the Tokyo Suburban Area (東京近郊区間) for fare calculation purposes, roughly correlating with the Suica coverage area (as of 2012.03.17). However, Suica coverage does not extend to the Karasuyama Line, Kashima Line, and Kururi Line, which are considered part of the Tokyo Suburban Area. As of 2012.03.17, there are a total of 624 “unique” passenger stations (i.e., counting stations served by multiple lines only once) in the Tokyo Suburban Area, excluding Shinkansen-only stations (e.g., Honjō-Waseda)

Station JR East Lines Other Lines Code Daily Station Entries Source Year
Abiko Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Local)
Jōban Line (Rapid)
Narita Line
29,989 2011[1]
Ageo Takasaki Line 40,395 2011[1]
Aihara Yokohama Line 10,099 2011[1]
Ajiki Narita Line 3,137 2011[1]
Ajiro Itō Line 913 2011[1]
Akabane Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Saikyō Line
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Takasaki Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
Saitama Rapid Railway Line (Akabane-iwabuchi)
(N) Tokyo Metro Namboku Line (Akabane-iwabuchi)
ABN 87,346 2011[1]
Akatsuka Jōban Line 5,532 2011[1]
Akigawa Itsukaichi Line 7,310 2011[1]
Akihabara Chūō-Sōbu Line
Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
(S) Toei Shinjuku Line (Iwamotochō)
(H) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
TX Tsukuba Express
AKB 230,689 2011[1]
Akishima Ōme Line 25,526 2011[1]
Anegasaki Uchibō Line 10,537 2011[1]
Annaka Shin'etsu Main Line 1,886 2011[1]
Anzen Tsurumi Line 1,625 2008[2]
Aohori Uchibō Line 1,525 2011[1]
Arakawaoki Jōban Line 8,445 2011[1]
Araki Narita Line 2,905 2011[1]
Asagaya Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
43,096 2011[1]
Asahi Sōbu Main Line 1,871 2011[1]
Asakusabashi Chūō-Sōbu Line (A) Toei Asakusa Line 51,475 2011[1]
Asano Tsurumi Line 894 2008[2]
Ashikaga Ryōmō Line Tōbu Isesaki Line (Ashikagashi) 3,305 2011[1]
Atami Itō Line
Tōkaidō Main Line
■ Tōkaidō Shinkansen
Tōkaidō Main Line (JR Central)
8,871 2011[1]
Atsugi Sagami Line Odakyū Odawara Line 6,106 2011[1]
Awa-Amatsu Sotobō Line 140 2011[1]
Awa-Kamogawa Sotobō Line
Uchibō Line
1,407 2011[1]
Awa-Katsuyama Uchibō Line 393 2011[1]
Awa-Kominato Sotobō Line 175 2011[1]
Ayase Jōban Line (Local) (C) Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line 16,088 2011[1]
Bakurochō Sōbu Line (Rapid) (A) Toei Asakusa Line (Higashi-Nihombashi)
(S) Toei Shinjuku Line (Bakuro-yokoyama)
24,400 2011[1]
Banda Sagami Line 3,192 2011[1]
Bentembashi Tsurumi Line 5,416 2008[2]
Bubaigawara Nambu Line Keiō Line 37,598 2011[1]
Chiba Chūō-Sōbu Line
Narita Line
Sōbu Line (Rapid)
Sōbu Main Line
Sotobō Line
Uchibō Line
Chiba Monorail Line 1
Chiba Monorail Line 2
Keisei Chiba Line (Keisei Chiba)
104,788 2011[1]
Chiba-Minato Keiyō Line Chiba Monorail Line 1 14,559 2011[1]
Chigasaki Sagami Line
Tōkaidō Main Line
54,465 2011[1]
Chikura Uchibō Line 457 2011[1]
Chitose Uchibō Line 62 2006[3]
Chōjamachi Sotobō Line 578 2011[1]
Chōshi Narita Line
Sōbu Main Line
Chōshi Electric Railway Line 3,366 2011[1]
Ebina Sagami Line Odakyū Odawara Line
Sagami Railway Main Line
9,418 2011[1]
Ebisu Saikyō Line
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Yamanote Line
(H) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line EBS 128,555 2011[1]
Emi Uchibō Line 80 2011[1]
Enokido Sōbu Main Line 2,479 2011[1]
Enzan Chūō Main Line 2,141 2011[1]
Etchūjima Keiyō Line 4,137 2011[1]
Fubasami Nikkō Line 263[a] 2009[4]
Fuchinobe Yokohama Line 39,350 2011[1]
Fuchūhommachi Musashino Line
Nambu Line
16,565 2011[1]
Fujino Chūō Main Line 2,691 2011[1]
Fujisawa Tōkaidō Main Line Enoshima Electric Railway
Odakyū Enoshima Line
102,054 2011[1]
Fujishiro Jōban Line 7,095 2011[1]
Fukaya Takasaki Line 10,273 2011[1]
Fukiage Takasaki Line 9,528 2011[1]
Fukuhara Mito Line 169 2011[1]
Fukutawara Tōgane Line 578 2006[3]
Funabashi Chūō-Sōbu Line
Sōbu Line (Rapid)
Keisei Main Line (Keisei Funabashi)
Tobu Urban Park Line
133,774 2011[1]
Funabashi-Hōten Musashino Line 16,860 2011[1]
Fusa Narita Line 3,679 2011[1]
Fussa Ōme Line 15,984 2011[1]
Futamatao Ōme Line 486 2011[1]
Futamata-Shinmachi Keiyō Line 4,830 2011[1]
Futomi Uchibō Line 72 2011[1]
Gion Kururi Line 319 2006[3]
Goi Uchibō Line Kominato Railway Kominato Line 18,332 2011[1]
Gokan Jōetsu Line 913 2011[1]
Gotanda Yamanote Line (A) Toei Asakusa Line
Tōkyū Ikegami Line
127,996 2011[1]
Gumyō Tōgane Line 1,880 2011[1]
Gunma-Fujioka Hachikō Line 1,166 2011[1]
Gunma-Sōja Jōetsu Line 1,442 2011[1]
Gunma-Yawata Shin'etsu Main Line 961 2011[1]
Gyōda Takasaki Line 6,792 2011[1]
Hachiōji Chūō Main Line
Chūō Line (Rapid)
Hachikō Line
Yokohama Line
Keiō Line (Keiō Hachiōji) 81,474 2011[1]
Hachiōji-Minamino Yokohama Line 16,769 2011[1]
Haguro Mito Line 765 2011[1]
Haijima Hachikō Line
Itsukaichi Line
Ōme Line
Seibu Haijima Line 28,076 2011[1]
Hakonegasaki Hachikō Line 4,112 2011[1]
Hamakanaya Uchibō Line 283 2011[1]
Hama-Kawasaki Nambu Line
Tsurumi Line
2,606 2008[5]
Hamamatsuchō Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
(A) Toei Asakusa Line (Daimon)
(E) Toei Ōedo Line (Daimon)
Tokyo Monorail
HMC 151,480 2011[1]
Hamano Uchibō Line 6,672 2011[1]
Hamura Ōme Line 13,872 2011[1]
Harajuku Yamanote Line (C) Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line (Meiji-Jingūmae)
(F) Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line (Meiji-Jingūmae)
69,750 2011[1]
Harataima Sagami Line 4,133 2011[1]
Hashimoto Sagami Line
Yokohama Line
Keiō Sagamihara Line 60,241 2011[1]
Hasuda Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 20,921 2011[1]
Hatchōbori Keiyō Line (H) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line 28,962 2011[1]
Hatchōnawate Nambu Line Keikyū Main Line 1,197 2011[1]
Hatonosu Ōme Line 210 2011[1]
Hatori Jōban Line 2,230 2011[1]
Hatsukari Chūō Main Line 380 2011[1]
Hayakawa Tōkaidō Main Line 1,391 2011[1]
Higashi-Abiko Narita Line 729 2006[3]
Higashi-Akiru Itsukaichi Line 4,809 2011[1]
Higashi-Chiba Narita Line
Sōbu Main Line
2,130 2011[1]
Higashi-Funabashi Chūō-Sōbu Line 18,563 2011[1]
Higashi-Fussa Hachikō Line 1,422[a] 2010[6]
Higashi-Hannō Hachikō Line Seibu Ikebukuro Line 5,422 2011[1]
Higashi-Jūjō Keihin-Tōhoku Line 21,628 2011[1]
Higashi-Kanagawa Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yokohama Line
Keikyū Main Line (Nakakido) 31,615 2011[1]
Higashi-Kawaguchi Musashino Line Saitama Rapid Railway Line 29,665 2011[1]
Higashi-Kiyokawa Kururi Line 86 2006[3]
Higashi-Koganei Chūō Line (Rapid) 27,535 2011[1]
Higashi-Matsudo Musashino Line Hokusō Railway Hokusō Line
Narita Sky Access Line
15,405 2011[1]
Higashi-Nakagami Ōme Line 6,868 2011[1]
Higashi-Nakano Chūō-Sōbu Line (E) Toei Ōedo Line 38,301 2011[1]
Higashi-Ōme Ōme Line 6,724 2011[1]
Higashi-Ōmiya Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 30,845 2011[1]
Higashi-Tokorozawa Musashino Line 14,548 2011[1]
Higashi-Totsuka Yokosuka Line 57,520 2011[1]
Higashi-Urawa Musashino Line 26,763 2011[1]
Higashi-Washinomiya Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 10,844 2011[1]
Higashi-Yamanashi Chūō Main Line 684[a] 2009[7]
Higashi-Yokota Kururi Line 156 2006[3]
Higashi-Yūki Mito Line
Higashi-Zushi Yokosuka Line 5,198 2011[1]
Higata Sōbu Main Line 912 2011[1]
Hinatawada Ōme Line 940 2011[1]
Hino Chūō Line (Rapid) 27,710 2011[1]
Hirai Chūō-Sōbu Line 30,874 2011[1]
Hirama Nambu Line 14,103 2011[1]
Hiratsuka Tōkaidō Main Line 59,757 2011[1]
Hirayama Kururi Line 48 2006[3]
Hitachi Jōban Line 11,182 2011[1]
Hitachino-Ushiku Jōban Line 5,849 2011[1]
Hitachi-Taga Jōban Line 6,454 2011[1]
Hodogaya Yokosuka Line 31,932 2011[1]
Hon-Chiba Sotobō Line
Uchibō Line
9,069 2011[1]
Honda Sotobō Line 6,641 2011[1]
Hongōdai Negishi Line 19,058 2011[1]
Honjō Takasaki Line 10,440 2011[1]
Honnō Sotobō Line 1,814 2011[1]
Hōshakuji Karasuyama Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
2,130 2011[1]
Hota Uchibō Line 304 2011[1]
Hyūga Sōbu Main Line 1,294 2011[1]
Ichigaya Chūō-Sōbu Line (S) Toei Shinjuku Line
(N) Tokyo Metro Namboku Line
(Y) Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line
56,956 2011[1]
Ichikawa Chūō-Sōbu Line
Sōbu Line (Rapid)
58,331 2011[1]
Ichikawa-Ōno Musashino Line 11,097 2011[1]
Ichikawa-Shiohama Keiyō Line 6,377 2011[1]
Iidabashi Chūō-Sōbu Line (E) Toei Ōedo Line
(N) Tokyo Metro Namboku Line
(T) Tokyo Metro Tōzai Line
(Y) Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line
90,763 2011[1]
Iigura Sōbu Main Line 449 2006[3]
Iioka Sōbu Main Line 754 2011[1]
Ikebukuro Saikyō Line
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Yamanote Line
Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Tōbu Tōjō Line
(F) Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line
(M) Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
(Y) Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line
IKB 544,762 2011[1]
Ikusabata Ōme Line 238[a] 2010[6]
Imaichi Nikkō Line Tōbu Kinugawa Line (Shimo-Imaichi)
Tōbu Nikkō Line (Shimo-Imaichi)
1,163 2011[1]
Inada Mito Line 212 2011[1]
Inadazutsumi Nambu Line Keiō Sagamihara Line (Keiō-Inadazutsumi) 23,202 2011[1]
Inage Chūō-Sōbu Line
Sōbu Line (Rapid)
49,472 2011[1]
Inage-Kaigan Keiyō Line 21,112 2011[1]
Inagi-Naganuma Nambu Line 6,577 2011[1]
Ino Jōetsu Line 2,036 2011[1]
Iriya Sagami Line 1,091 2007[8]
Isawa-onsen Chūō Main Line 2,566 2011[1]
Isesaki Ryōmō Line Tōbu Isesaki Line 5,193 2011[1]
Ishibashi Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 4,674 2011[1]
Ishigamimae Ōme Line 301[a] 2010[6]
Ishikawachō Negishi Line 34,148 2011[1]
Ishioka Jōban Line 5,595 2011[1]
Isobe Shin'etsu Main Line 1,148 2011[1]
Isogo Negishi Line 18,256 2011[1]
Isohara Jōban Line 1,860 2011[1]
Itabashi Saikyō Line (I) Toei Mita Line (Shin-Itabashi) 30,168 2011[1]
Itako Kashima Line 325 2011[1]
Itō Itō Line Izukyū Corporation Izu Kyūkō Line 7,403 2011[1]
Iwafune Ryōmō Line 573[a] 2009[4]
Iwai Uchibō Line 313 2011[1]
Iwajuku Ryōmō Line 1,111 2011[1]
Iwaki Ban'etsu East Line
Jōban Line
4,175 2011[1]
Iwama Jōban Line 1,350 2011[1]
Iwamoto Jōetsu Line 252[a] 2009[9]
Iwane Uchibō Line 1,900 2011[1]
Iwase Mito Line 1,011 2011[1]
Izumi Jōban Line 1,928 2011[1]
Izu-Taga Itō Line 628 2011[1]
Jichi-Idai Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 3,791 2011[1]
Jimbohara Takasaki Line 2,841 2011[1]
Jūjō Saikyō Line 34,044 2011[1]
Jūnikyō Kashima Line 55 2006[3]
Jūō Jōban Line 3,121 2011[1]
Kabe Ōme Line 13,120 2011[1]
Kadosawabashi Sagami Line 1,698 2011[1]
Kagawa Sagami Line 4,795 2011[1]
Kagohara Takasaki Line 14,862 2011[1]
Kaihimmakuhari Keiyō Line 53,772 2011[1]
Kairakuen Jōban Line
Kai-Yamato Chūō Main Line 132 2011[1]
Kamakura Yokosuka Line Enoshima Electric Railway 40,041 2011[1]
Kamasusaka Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 354 2011[1]
Kamata Keihin-Tōhoku Line Tōkyū Ikegami Line
Tōkyū Tamagawa Line
133,593 2011[1]
Kamatori Sotobō Line 19,016 2011[1]
Kameari Jōban Line (Local) 38,988 2011[1]
Kameido Chūō-Sōbu Line Tōbu Kameido Line 54,986 2011[1]
Kamimizo Sagami Line 5,351 2011[1]
Kamimoku Jōetsu Line 147[a] 2009[9]
Kami-Nakazato Keihin-Tōhoku Line 6,983 2011[1]
Kamoi Yokohama Line 37,828 2011[1]
Kamonomiya Tōkaidō Main Line 12,525 2011[1]
Kanamachi Jōban Line (Local) Keisei Kanamachi Line (Keisei Kanamachi) 44,053 2011[1]
Kanda Chūō Line
Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
(G) Tokyo Metro Ginza Line KND 99,307 2011[1]
Kandatsu Jōban Line 5,289 2011[1]
Kaneko Hachikō Line 2,098 2011[1]
Kannai Negishi Line Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line 55,610 2011[1]
Kanuma Nikkō Line 2,012 2011[1]
Karasuyama Karasuyama Line 515 2011[1]
Kasahata Kawagoe Line 2,863 2011[1]
Kasai-Rinkai-kōen Keiyō Line 11,644 2011[1]
Kasama Mito Line 1,363 2011[1]
Kashima Soccer Stadium Kashima Line Kashima Rinkai Railway Ōarai Kashima Line 354 2011[1]
Kashimada Nambu Line 16,438 2011[1]
Kashima-Jingū Kashima Line Kashima Rinkai Railway Ōarai Kashima Line 906 2011[1]
Kashiwa Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Local)
Jōban Line (Rapid)
Tobu Urban Park Line 118,611 2011[1]
Kasugaichō Chūō Main Line 498[a] 2009[7]
Katakura Yokohama Line Keiō Takao Line (Keiō-Katakura) 5,126 2011[1]
Kataoka Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 725 2011[1]
Katori Kashima Line
Narita Line
232 2006[3]
Katsunuma-budōkyō Chūō Main Line 420 2011[1]
Katsuta Jōban Line Hitachinaka Kaihin Railway Minato Line 11,803 2011[1]
Katsuura Sotobō Line 1,174 2011[1]
Kawagoe Kawagoe Line Seibu Shinjuku Line (Hon-Kawagoe)
Tōbu Tōjō Line
36,344 2011[1]
Kawaguchi Keihin-Tōhoku Line 78,175 2011[1]
Kawai Ōme Line 233[a] 2010[6]
Kawasaki Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Nambu Line
Tōkaidō Main Line
Keikyū Daishi Line (Keikyū Kawasaki)
Keikyū Main Line (Keikyū Kawasaki)
KWS 185,651 2011[1]
Kawasaki-Shimmachi Nambu Line 1,336 2011[1]
Kawashima Mito Line 768 2011[1]
Kazusa-Ichinomiya Sotobō Line 2,951 2011[1]
Kazusa-Kameyama Kururi Line 90 2010[10]
Kazusa-Kiyokawa Kururi Line 254 2006[3]
Kazusa-Matsuoka Kururi Line 81 2006[3]
Kazusa-Minato Uchibō Line 854 2011[1]
Kazusa-Okitsu Sotobō Line 203 2011[1]
Kemigawahama Keiyō Line 15,220 2011[1]
Kichijōji Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
Keiō Inokashira Line 137,555 2011[1]
Kikuna Yokohama Line Tōkyū Tōyoko Line 50,595 2011[1]
Kimitsu Uchibō Line 8,535 2011[1]
Kinomiya Itō Line 1,131 2011[1]
Kinshichō Chūō-Sōbu Line
Sōbu Line (Rapid)
(Z) Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon Line 99,167 2011[1]
Kinugasa Yokosuka Line 9,100 2011[1]
Kioroshi Narita Line 2,206 2011[1]
Kiryū Ryōmō Line Jōmō Electric Railway Company Jōmō Line (Nishi-Kiryū)
Watarase Keikoku Railway Watarase Keikoku Line
3,717 2011[1]
Kisarazu Kururi Line
Uchibō Line
13,274 2011[1]
Kita-Ageo Takasaki Line 14,411 2011[1]
Kita-Akabane Saikyō Line 17,295 2011[1]
Kita-Asaka Musashino Line Tōbu Tōjō Line (Asakadai) 63,263 2011[1]
Kita-Chigasaki Sagami Line 2,659 2011[1]
Kita-Fuchū Musashino Line 13,490 2011[1]
Kita-Fujioka Hachikō Line 333[a] 2009[9]
Kita-Hachiōji Hachikō Line 7,438 2011[1]
Kita-Kamakura Yokosuka Line 8,473 2011[1]
Kita-Kashiwa Jōban Line (Local) 19,426 2011[1]
Kita-Kogane Jōban Line (Local) 24,625 2011[1]
Kita-Kōnosu Takasaki Line 8,001 2011[1]
Kita-Matsudo Jōban Line (Local) 20,766 2011[1]
Kitamoto Takasaki Line 19,563 2011[1]
Kita-Senju Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Local)
Jōban Line (Rapid)
Tōbu Isesaki Line
(C) Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
(H) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
TX Tsukuba Express
194,136 2011[1]
Kita-Takasaki Shin'etsu Main Line 1,615 2011[1]
Kita-Toda Saikyō Line 17,133 2011[1]
Kita-Urawa Keihin-Tōhoku Line 49,524 2011[1]
Kita-Yono Saikyō Line 8,147 2011[1]
Kobana Karasuyama Line 16[a] 2009[4]
Kobayashi Narita Line 2,278 2011[1]
Kobuchi Yokohama Line 21,313 2011[1]
Kodama Hachikō Line 339 2011[1]
Kōenji Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
48,055 2011[1]
Kōfu Chūō Main Line Minobu Line 13,608 2011[1]
Koga Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 13,437 2011[1]
Koganei Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 3,954 2011[1]
Kohoku Narita Line 3,923 2011[1]
Koiwa Chūō-Sōbu Line 62,052 2011[1]
Kokonoe Uchibō Line 103 2006[3]
Kokubunji Chūō Line (Rapid) Seibu Kokubunji Line
Seibu Tamako Line
104,731 2011[1]
Kokudō Tsurumi Line 1,539 2008[2]
Komagata Ryōmō Line 2,640 2011[1]
Komagawa Hachikō Line
Kawagoe Line
4,516 2011[1]
Komagome Yamanote Line (N) Tokyo Metro Namboku Line 46,005 2011[1]
Komiya Hachikō Line 2,783 2011[1]
Kōnandai Negishi Line 33,307 2011[1]
Kōnosu Takasaki Line 19,727 2011[1]
Kōnoyama Karasuyama Line 164[a] 2009[4]
Kori Ōme Line 278 2011[1]
Koshigaya-Laketown Musashino Line 18,115 2011[1]
Kōzu Tōkaidō Main Line Gotemba Line 6,364 2011[1]
Kozukue Yokohama Line 9,592 2011[1]
Kuji Nambu Line 13,170 2011[1]
Kuki Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) Tōbu Isesaki Line 35,629 2011[1]
Kumagawa Itsukaichi Line 1,438 2011[1]
Kumagaya ■ Jōetsu Shinkansen
■ Hokuriku Shinkansen
Takasaki Line
Chichibu Railway Chichibu Main Line 30,644 2011[1]
Kunisada Ryōmō Line 1,317 2011[1]
Kunitachi Chūō Line (Rapid) 52,097 2011[1]
Kuragano Hachikō Line Takasaki Line 1,547 2011[1]
Kurahashi Sōbu Main Line 61 2006[3]
Kurami Sagami Line 1,720 2011[1]
Kurihama Yokosuka Line Keikyū Kurihama Line (Keikyū Kurihama) 6,938 2011[1]
Kurihashi Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) Tōbu Nikkō Line 11,989 2011[1]
Kuroiso Tōhoku Main Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
2,364 2011[1]
Kururi Kururi Line 433 2011[1]
Kuzumi Narita Line 238 2006[3]
Mabashi Jōban Line (Local) Ryūtetsu Nagareyama Line 24,325 2011[1]
Machida Yokohama Line Odakyū Odawara Line 109,042 2011[1]
Maebashi Ryōmō Line Jōmō Electric Railway Company Jōmō Line (Chūō-Maebashi) 9,294 2011[1]
Maebashi-Ōshima Ryōmō Line 1,484 2011[1]
Maihama Keiyō Line Maihama Resort Line Disney Resort Line (Resort Gateway) 63,898 2011[1]
Makuhari Chūō-Sōbu Line Keisei Chiba Line (Keisei Makuhari) 15,498 2011[1]
Makuharihongō Chūō-Sōbu Line Keisei Chiba Line (Keisei Makuharihongō 25,933 2011[1]
Makuta Kururi Line 272 2011[1]
Mamada Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 4,075 2011[1]
Manazuru Tōkaidō Main Line 3,669 2011[1]
Matoba Kawagoe Line 2,894 2011[1]
Matsudo Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Local)
Jōban Line (Rapid)
Shin-Keisei Line 98,161 2011[1]
Matsugishi Narita Line
Sōbu Main Line
471 2011[1]
Matsuhisa Hachikō Line 119[a] 2010[11]
Matsuida Shin'etsu Main Line 501 2011[1]
Matsuo Sōbu Main Line 1,050 2011[1]
Meguro Yamanote Line (I) Toei Mita Line
(N) Tokyo Metro Namboku Line
Tōkyū Meguro Line
101,998 2011[1]
Mejiro Yamanote Line 37,355 2011[1]
Mikado Sotobō Line 123 2006[3]
Mikawashima Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Rapid)
9,763 2011[1]
Minakami Jōetsu Line 450 2011[1]
Minami-Funabashi Keiyō Line 19,147 2011[1]
Minami-Furuya Kawagoe Line 7,879 2011[1]
Minamihara Uchibō Line 492 2011[1]
Minami-Hashimoto Sagami Line 5,189 2011[1]
Minami-Kashiwa Jōban Line (Local) 31,612 2011[1]
Minami-Koshigaya Musashino Line Tōbu Isesaki Line (Shin-Koshigaya) 67,114 2011[1]
Minami-Nagareyama Musashino Line TX Tsukuba Express 27,958 2011[1]
Minami-Nakagō Jōban Line 630 2011[1]
Minami-Senju Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Rapid)
(H) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
TX Tsukuba Express
15,305 2011[1]
Minami-Shisui Sōbu Main Line 208 2006[3]
Minami-Tama Nambu Line Seibu Tamagawa Line (Koremasa) 6,461 2011[1]
Minami-Urawa Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Musashino Line
56,408 2011[1]
Minami-Yono Saikyō Line 15,612 2011[1]
Misato Musashino Line 14,287 2011[1]
Mitaka Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
89,295 2011[1]
Mitake Ōme Line Mitake Tozan Railway 658 2011[1]
Mito Jōban Line
Suigun Line
Kashima Rinkai Railway Ōarai Kashima Line 26,699 2011[1]
Miyahara Takasaki Line 23,061 2011[1]
Miyanohira Ōme Line 504[a] 2010[6]
Miyayama Sagami Line 2,043 2011[1]
Mobara Sotobō Line 11,346 2011[1]
Monoi Narita Line
Sōbu Main Line
3,968 2011[1]
Moro Hachikō Line 699 2011[1]
Moto-Yawata Chūō-Sōbu Line Keisei Main Line (Keisei Yawata)
(S) Toei Shinjuku Line
56,644 2011[1]
Mukaigawara Nambu Line 15,048 2011[1]
Musashi-Hikida Itsukaichi Line 3,946 2011[1]
Musashi-Itsukaichi Itsukaichi Line 4,509 2011[1]
Musashi-Koganei Chūō Line (Rapid) 56,677 2011[1]
Musashi-Kosugi Nambu Line
Yokosuka Line
Tōkyū Meguro Line
Tōkyū Tōyoko Line
MKG 103,624 2011[1]
Musashi-Masuko Itsukaichi Line 2,633 2011[1]
Musashi-Mizonokuchi Nambu Line Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line (Mizonokuchi)
Tōkyū Ōimachi Line (Mizonokuchi)
76,774 2011[1]
Musashi-Nakahara Nambu Line 33,182 2011[1]
Musashi-Sakai Chūō Line (Rapid) Seibu Tamagawa Line 61,021 2011[1]
Musashi-Shinjō Nambu Line 31,667 2011[1]
Musashi-Shiraishi Tsurumi Line 1,601 2008[5]
Musashi-Takahagi Kawagoe Line 3,079 2011[1]
Musashi-Urawa Musashino Line
Saikyō Line
46,290 2011[1]
Myōkaku Hachikō Line 355 2011[1]
Nagata Sotobō Line 1,224 2011[1]
Nagatsuta Yokohama Line Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line
Yokohama Minatomirai Railway Kodomonokuni Line
56,867 2011[1]
Nagaura Uchibō Line 6,363 2011[1]
Nakagami Ōme Line 10,233 2011[1]
Nakano Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
(T) Tokyo Metro Tōzai Line 122,846 2011[1]
Nakanoshima Nambu Line 14,244 2011[1]
Naka-Urawa Saikyō Line 12,111 2011[1]
Nakayama Yokohama Line Yokohama Municipal Subway Green Line 37,829 2011[1]
Nako-Funakata Uchibō Line 197 2011[1]
Nakoso Jōban Line 806 2011[1]
Namegawa Narita Line 1,028 2011[1]
Namegawa Island Sotobō Line 19 2006[3]
Namihana Sotobō Line 96 2006[3]
Narita Narita Line Keisei Higashi-Narita Line (Keisei Narita)
Keisei Main Line (Keisei Narita)
14,298 2011[1]
Narita Airport Terminal 1 Narita Line Keisei Main Line
Narita Sky Access Line
5,061 2011[1]
Narita Airport Terminal 2·3 Narita Line Keisei Main Line
Narita Sky Access Line
3,482 2011[1]
Naruse Yokohama Line 18,867 2011[1]
Narutō Sōbu Main Line
Tōgane Line
2,903 2011[1]
Nasu-Shiobara ■ Tōhoku Shinkansen
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
4,586 2011[1]
Nebukawa Tōkaidō Main Line 639 2008[12]
Negishi Negishi Line 20,188 2011[1]
Niihari Mito Line 623 2011[1]
Niita Karasuyama Line 427[a] 2009[4]
Niiza Musashino Line 17,834 2011[1]
Nikkō Nikkō Line Tōbu Nikkō Line (Tōbu Nikkō) 815 2011[1]
Ninomiya Tōkaidō Main Line 13,861 2011[1]
Nippori Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Rapid)
Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
Keisei Main Line
Nippori-Toneri Liner
NPR 96,747 2011[1]
Nirasaki Chūō Main Line 2,622 2011[1]
Nishi-Chiba Chūō-Sōbu Line 23,207 2011[1]
Nishifu Nambu Line 8,205 2011[1]
Nishi-Funabashi Chūō-Sōbu Line
Keiyō Line
Musashino Line
(T) Tokyo Metro Tōzai Line
Tōyō Rapid Railway Line
125,276 2011[1]
Nishi-Hachiōji Chūō Line (Rapid) 30,543 2011[1]
Nishi-Kawagoe Kawagoe Line 1,210 2011[1]
Nishi-Kawaguchi Keihin-Tōhoku Line 50,522 2011[1]
Nishi-Kokubunji Chūō Line (Rapid)
Musashino Line
26,804 2011[1]
Nishi-Kunitachi Nambu Line 9,438 2011[1]
Nishi-Matsuida Shin'etsu Main Line 311 2011[1]
Nishi-Nasuno Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 3,527 2011[1]
Nishi-Nippori Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
Nippori-Toneri Liner
(C) Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
93,891 2011[1]
Nishi-Ogikubo Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
40,133 2011[1]
Nishi-Ōi Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Yokosuka Line
14,743 2011[1]
Nishi-Ōmiya Kawagoe Line 6,221 2011[1]
Nishi-Tachikawa Ōme Line 6,361 2011[1]
Nishi-Urawa Musashino Line 13,243 2011[1]
Nisshin Kawagoe Line 12,389 2011[1]
Noborito Nambu Line Odakyū Odawara Line 76,259 2011[1]
Nobukata Kashima Line
Nogi Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 5,414 2011[1]
Nozaki Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 1,260 2011[1]
Numata Jōetsu Line 1,910 2011[1]
Ōami Sotobō Line
Tōgane Line
10,693 2011[1]
Obitsu Kururi Line 154 2006[3]
Ochanomizu Chūō Line
Chūō-Sōbu Line
(C) Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line (Shin-Ochanomizu)
(M) Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
100,518 2011[1]
Odawara Tōkaidō Main Line ■ Tōkaidō Shinkansen
Hakone Tozan Line
Izuhakone Railway Daiyūzan Line
Odakyū Odawara Line
32,469 2011[1]
Ōfuna Negishi Line
Tōkaidō Main Line
Yokosuka Line
Shonan Monorail OFN 93,397 2011[1]
Ōgane Karasuyama Line 322 2011[1]
Ogawamachi Hachikō Line Tōbu Tōjō Line 602 2011[1]
Ogikubo Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
(M) Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line 83,299 2011[1]
Ōgimachi Tsurumi Line 611 2008[5]
Ogitsu Jōban Line 2,657 2011[1]
Ogose Hachikō Line Tōbu Ogose Line 685 2011[1]
Ōguchi Yokohama Line 16,941 2011[1]
Ōhara Sotobō Line Isumi Railway Isumi Line 1,661 2011[1]
Ōhirashita Ryōmō Line 471[a] 2009[4]
Ōimachi Keihin-Tōhoku Line Tōkyū Ōimachi Line
Rinkai Line
95,225 2011[1]
Ōiso Tōkaidō Main Line 7,605 2011[1]
Ōji Keihin-Tōhoku Line PrefSymbol-Tokyo.svg Toden Arakawa Line
(N) Tokyo Metro Namboku Line
60,294 2011[1]
Okabe Takasaki Line 3,154 2011[1]
Okachimachi Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
(E) Toei Ōedo Line (Ueno-okachimachi)
(G) Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (Ueno-hirokōji)
(H) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (Naka-Okachimachi)
68,402 2011[1]
Okamoto Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 1,840 2011[1]
Ōkawa Tsurumi Line 1,009 2008[5]
Okegawa Takasaki Line 26,753 2011[1]
Oku Takasaki Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
7,644 2011[1]
Ōkubo Chūō-Sōbu Line 23,997 2011[1]
Okutama Ōme Line 877 2011[1]
Omata Ryōmō Line 534[a] 2009[4]
Ōme Ōme Line 6,951 2011[1]
Omigawa Narita Line 1,281 2011[1]
Ōmika Jōban Line 8,883 2011[1]
Ōmiya ■ Akita Shinkansen
■ Jōetsu Shinkansen
■ Hokuriku Shinkansen
■ Tōhoku Shinkansen
■ Yamagata Shinkansen
Kawagoe Line
Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Saikyō Line
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Takasaki Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
New Shuttle
Tōbu Noda Line
OMY 235,744 2011[1]
Omoigawa Ryōmō Line 655[a] 2009[4]
Ōmori Keihin-Tōhoku Line 90,946 2011[1]
Onjuku Sotobō Line 593 2011[1]
Ōnuki Uchibō Line 1,139 2011[1]
Orihara Hachikō Line 40[a] 2010[11]
Ōsaki Saikyō Line
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Yamanote Line
Rinkai Line OSK 127,838 2011[1]
Otabayashi Mito Line
Ōto Narita Line 243 2006[3]
Ōtsuka Yamanote Line PrefSymbol-Tokyo.svg Toden Arakawa Line 51,861 2011[1]
Ōtsuki Chūō Main Line Fujikyuko Line 5,153 2011[1]
Ōtsukō Jōban Line 993 2011[1]
Oyama ■ Tōhoku Shinkansen
Mito Line
Ryōmō Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
20,947 2011[1]
Ozaku Ōme Line 17,252 2011[1]
Ryōgoku Chūō-Sōbu Line (E) Toei Ōedo Line 37,926 2011[1]
Ryūō Chūō Main Line 2,050 2011[1]
Sagamihara Yokohama Line 27,858 2011[1]
Sagamiko Chūō Main Line 3,293 2011[1]
Saitama-Shintoshin Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Takasaki Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
40,251 2011[1]
Sakaori Chūō Main Line 2,063 2011[1]
Sakura Narita Line
Sōbu Main Line
10,422 2011[1]
Sakuragichō Negishi Line Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line 61,288 2011[1]
Samukawa Sagami Line 6,584 2011[1]
Sano Ryōmō Line Tōbu Sano Line 3,315 2011[1]
Sanuki Jōban Line Kanto Railway Ryūgasaki Line 14,030 2011[1]
Sanukimachi Uchibō Line 315 2011[1]
Saruda Sōbu Main Line 240 2006[3]
Saruhashi Chūō Main Line 1,568 2011[1]
Sasagawa Narita Line 385 2011[1]
Sasago Chūō Main Line 143[a] 2009[7]
Sashiōgi Kawagoe Line 11,264 2011[1]
Sawa Jōban Line 3,401 2011[1]
Sawai Ōme Line 274[a] 2010[6]
Sawara Narita Line 3,071 2011[1]
Sendagaya Chūō-Sōbu Line (E) Toei Ōedo Line (Kokuritsu-Kyōgijō) 20,008 2011[1]
Shake Sagami Line 1,761 2011[1]
Shibukawa Agatsuma Line
Jōetsu Line
3,428 2011[1]
Shibuya Saikyō Line
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Yamanote Line
Keiō Inokashira Line
(F) Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line
(G) Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
(Z) Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon Line
Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line
Tōkyū Tōyoko Line
SBY 402,766 2011[1]
Shiishiba Narita Line 511 2006[3]
Shikishima Jōetsu Line 357[a] 2009[9]
Shimbashi Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Tōkaidō Main Line
Yamanote Line
Yokosuka Line
(A) Toei Asakusa Line
(G) Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
Yurikamome
SMB 243,890 2011[1]
Shimodate Mito Line Kanto Railway Jōsō Line
Mooka Railway Mooka Line
3,332 2011[1]
Shimogōri Kururi Line 78 2006[3]
Shimomizo Sagami Line 1,008 2011[1]
Shimōsa-Kōzaki Narita Line 910 2011[1]
Shimōsa-Manzaki Narita Line 730 2011[1]
Shimōsa-Nakayama Chūō-Sōbu Line 22,885 2011[1]
Shimōsa-Tachibana Narita Line 391 2011[1]
Shimōsa-Toyosato Narita Line 171 2006[3]
Shimotsuke-Hanaoka Karasuyama Line 58[a] 2009[4]
Shimotsuke-Ōsawa Nikkō Line 770 2011[1]
Shinagawa Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Tōkaidō Main Line
Yamanote Line
Yokosuka Line
■ Tōkaidō Shinkansen
Keikyū Main Line
SGW 323,893 2011[1]
Shin-Akitsu Musashino Line Seibu Ikebukuro Line (Akitsu) 36,928 2011[1]
Shinanomachi Chūō-Sōbu Line 26,031 2011[1]
Shinjuku Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
Saikyō Line
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Yamanote Line
Keiō Line
Keiō New Line
Odakyū Odawara Line
Seibu Shinjuku Line (Seibu-Shinjuku)
(E) Toei Ōedo Line (Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Nishiguchi)
(S) Toei Shinjuku Line (Shinjuku, Shinjuku-sanchōme)
(F) Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line (Shinjuku-sanchōme)
(M) Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (Shinjuku, Shinjuku-sanchōme)
SJK 734,154 2011[1]
Shin-Kawasaki Yokosuka Line 25,227 2011[1]
Shin-Kemigawa Chūō-Sōbu Line 22,873 2011[1]
Shin-Kiba Keiyō Line Rinkai Line
(Y) Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line
64,487 2011[1]
Shin-Kodaira Musashino Line Seibu Tamako Line (Ōmekaidō) 11,073 2011[1]
Shin-Koiwa Chūō-Sōbu Line
Sōbu Line (Rapid)
70,435 2011[1]
Shin-Koyasu Keihin-Tōhoku Line Keikyū Main Line (Keikyū Shin-Koyasu) 20,536 2011[1]
Shinmachi Takasaki Line 3,740 2011[1]
Shin-Maebashi Jōetsu Line
Ryōmō Line
5,789 2011[1]
Shim-Matsudo Jōban Line (Local)
Musashino Line
Ryūtetsu Nagareyama Line (Kōya) 35,784 2011[1]
Shim-Misato Musashino Line 16,498 2011[1]
Shin-Mobara Sotobō Line 1,318 2011[1]
Shin-Narashino Keiyō Line 12,532 2011[1]
Shin-Nihombashi Sōbu Line (Rapid) (G) Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (Mitsukoshimae)
(Z) Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon Line (Mitsukoshimae)
18,007 2011[1]
Shin-Ōkubo Yamanote Line 42,433 2011[1]
Shin-Shibaura Tsurumi Line 362 2008[2]
Shin-Shiraoka Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 6,109 2011[1]
Shin-Sugita Negishi Line Kanazawa Seaside Line
Keikyū Main Line (Sugita)
36,314 2011[1]
Shin-Urayasu Keiyō Line 53,655 2011[1]
Shin-Yahashira Musashino Line Shin-Keisei Line (Yabashira) 23,255 2011[1]
Shin-Yokohama Yokohama Line ■ Tōkaidō Shinkansen
Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line
56,666 2011[1]
Shiomi Keiyō Line 9,895 2011[1]
Shiotsu Chūō Main Line 1,911 2011[1]
Shiozaki Chūō Main Line 1,119 2011[1]
Shiraoka Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 12,936 2011[1]
Shiromaru Ōme Line 74[a] 2010[6]
Shishido Mito Line 458 2011[1]
Shisui Narita Line 3,055 2011[1]
Shitte Nambu Line 11,695 2011[1]
Shōwa Tsurumi Line 569 2008[5]
Shukugawara Nambu Line 7,198 2011[1]
Sōbudaishita Sagami Line 1,035 2011[1]
Sodegaura Uchibō Line 3,914 2011[1]
Soga Keiyō Line
Sotobō Line
Uchibō Line
30,513 2011[1]
Sugamo Yamanote Line (I) Toei Mita Line 76,093 2011[1]
Suidōbashi Chūō-Sōbu Line (I) Toei Mita Line 82,133 2011[1]
Suigō Narita Line 185 2006[3]
Suzumenomiya Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 3,788 2011[1]
Tabata Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
43,129 2011[1]
Tachikawa Chūō Line (Rapid)
Nambu Line
Ōme Line
Tama Toshi Monorail Line (Tachikawa-Kita, Tachikawa-Minami) 155,868 2011[1]
Taitō Sotobō Line 534 2011[1]
Takadanobaba Yamanote Line Seibu Shinjuku Line
(T) Tokyo Metro Tōzai Line
199,741 2011[1]
Takahagi Jōban Line 3,064 2011[1]
Takahama Jōban Line 1,248 2011[1]
Takao Chūō Main Line
Chūō Line (Rapid)
Keiō Takao Line 29,968 2011[1]
Takasaki ■ Jōetsu Shinkansen
■ Hokuriku Shinkansen
Agatsuma Line
Hachikō Line
Jōetsu Line
Ryōmō Line
Shin'etsu Main Line
Takasaki Line
Jōshin Electric Railway Jōshin Line 27,710 2011[1]
Takasaki-Tonyamachi Jōetsu Line 2,658 2011[1]
Takeoka Uchibō Line 64 2006[3]
Takezawa Hachikō Line 31 2010[10]
Taki Karasuyama Line 30[a] 2009[4]
Tamachi Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
(A) Toei Asakusa Line (Mita)
(I) Toei Mita Line (Mita)
148,346 2011[1]
Tamado Mito Line 707 2011[1]
Tanshō Hachikō Line 269 2010[10]
Tateyama Uchibō Line 1,963 2011[1]
Taura Yokosuka Line 2,515 2011[1]
Tawarada Kururi Line 64 2006[3]
Tennōdai Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Local)
Jōban Line (Rapid)
21,334 2011[1]
Tochigi Ryōmō Line Tōbu Nikkō Line
Tōbu Utsunomiya Line
5,038 2011[1]
Toda Saikyō Line 16,985 2011[1]
Toda-Kōen Saikyō Line 29,750 2011[1]
Tōgane Tōgane Line 4,482 2011[1]
Tōkai Jōban Line 4,328 2011[1]
Tōkaichiba Yokohama Line 20,398 2011[1]
Toke Sotobō Line 13,847 2011[1]
Tokyo ■ Akita Shinkansen
■ Jōetsu Shinkansen
■ Hokuriku Shinkansen
■ Tōhoku Shinkansen
■ Yamagata Shinkansen
Chūō Line
Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Keiyō Line
Sōbu Line (Rapid)
Tōkaidō Main Line
Yamanote Line
Yokosuka Line
■ Tōkaidō Shinkansen
(C) Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line (Nijūbashimae)
(M) Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
(T) Tokyo Metro Tōzai Line (Ōtemachi)
TYO 380,997 2011[1]
Tomita Ryōmō Line 823 2011[1]
Tomiura Uchibō Line 239 2011[1]
Tomobe Jōban Line
Mito Line
3,461 2011[1]
Torami Sotobō Line 81 2006[3]
Toride Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Local)
Jōban Line (Rapid)
Kanto Railway Jōsō Line 28,315 2011[1]
Torisawa Chūō Main Line 944 2011[1]
Toro Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 13,371 2011[1]
Totsuka Tōkaidō Main Line
Yokosuka Line
Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line TTK 105,538 2011[1]
Toyoda Chūō Line (Rapid) 29,772 2011[1]
Tsuchiura Jōban Line 16,055 2011[1]
Tsudanuma Chūō-Sōbu Line
Sōbu Line (Rapid)
Shin-Keisei Line (Shin-Tsudanuma) 101,327 2011[1]
Tsudayama Nambu Line 3,559 2011[1]
Tsuga Narita Line
Sōbu Main Line
Chiba Monorail Line 2 19,979 2011[1]
Tsujidō Tōkaidō Main Line 50,203 2011[1]
Tsukuda Jōetsu Line 48[a] 2009[9]
Tsurumi Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Tsurumi Line
Keikyū Main Line (Keikyū Tsurumi) 76,445 2011[1]
Tsurumi-Ono Tsurumi Line 4,905 2008[2]
Tsuruta Nikkō Line 1,308 2011[1]
Ubara Sotobō Line 80 2011[1]
Uchigō Jōban Line 1,045 2011[1]
Uchihara Jōban Line 2,213 2011[1]
Ueda Jōban Line 1,727 2011[1]
Ueno ■ Akita Shinkansen
■ Jōetsu Shinkansen
■ Hokuriku Shinkansen
■ Tōhoku Shinkansen
■ Yamagata Shinkansen
Jōban Line
Jōban Line (Rapid)
Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Takasaki Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
Yamanote Line
Keisei Main Line (Keisei Ueno)
(G) Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
(H) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
UEN 174,832 2011[1]
Uenohara Chūō Main Line 5,273 2011[1]
Uguisudani Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
23,734 2011[1]
Ujiie Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 2,910 2011[1]
Ukima-Funado Saikyō Line 19,463 2011[1]
Umi-Shibaura Tsurumi Line 3,250 2008[2]
Urawa Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Takasaki Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
URW 78,807 2011[1]
Usami Itō Line 1,272 2011[1]
Ushihama Ōme Line 4,154 2011[1]
Ushiku Jōban Line 13,922 2011[1]
Utsunomiya ■ Tōhoku Shinkansen
■ Yamagata Shinkansen
Nikkō Line
Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line)
34,023 2011[1]
Wadaura Uchibō Line 96 2011[1]
Warabi Keihin-Tōhoku Line 57,476 2011[1]
Yabe Yokohama Line 11,323 2011[1]
Yachimata Sōbu Main Line 6,126 2011[1]
Yagawa Nambu Line 7,394 2011[1]
Yagihara Jōetsu Line 956 2011[1]
Yaho Nambu Line 9,608 2011[1]
Yaita Utsunomiya Line (Tōhoku Main Line) 2,983 2011[1]
Yakō Nambu Line 16,318 2011[1]
Yamamae Ryōmō Line 784 2011[1]
Yamanashishi Chūō Main Line 1,748 2011[1]
Yamate Negishi Line 17,226 2011[1]
Yamato Mito Line 311 2010[13]
Yanagawa Chūō Main Line 232[a] 2009[7]
Yanokuchi Nambu Line 9,193 2011[1]
Yatsumi Sotobō Line 878 2011[1]
Yawatajuku Uchibō Line 12,207 2011[1]
Yōdo Hachikō Line 89[a] 2010[11]
Yōkaichiba Sōbu Main Line 1,952 2011[1]
Yōkōdai Negishi Line 20,890 2011[1]
Yokohama Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Negishi Line
Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
Tōkaidō Main Line
Yokohama Line
Yokosuka Line
Keikyū Main Line (Keikyū Kawasaki)
Minatomirai Line
Sagami Railway Main Line
Tōkyū Tōyoko Line
Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line
YHM 394,900 2011[1]
Yokokawa Shin'etsu Main Line 269 2011[1]
Yokoshiba Sōbu Main Line 1,408 2011[1]
Yokosuka Yokosuka Line Keikyū Main Line (Shioiri, Hemi) 5,710 2011[1]
Yokota Kururi Line 221 2011[1]
Yono Keihin-Tōhoku Line 24,299 2011[1]
Yono-Hommachi Saikyō Line 13,884 2011[1]
Yorii Hachikō Line Chichibu Railway Chichibu Main Line
Tōbu Tōjō Line
376 2011[1]
Yoshikawa Musashino Line 18,727 2011[1]
Yoshikawaminami Musashino Line 1,474 2011[1]
Yotsukaidō Narita Line
Sōbu Main Line
21,680 2011[1]
Yotsuya Chūō Line (Rapid)
Chūō-Sōbu Line
(M) Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
(N) Tokyo Metro Namboku Line
88,104 2011[1]
Yoyogi Chūō-Sōbu Line
Yamanote Line
(E) Toei Ōedo Line 69,466 2011[1]
Yugawara Tōkaidō Main Line 5,976 2011[1]
Yūki Mito Line 2,100 2011[1]
Yumoto Jōban Line 1,659 2011[1]
Yūrakuchō Keihin-Tōhoku Line
Yamanote Line
(A) Toei Asakusa Line (Higashi-Ginza)
(I) Toei Mita Line (Hibiya)
(C) Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line (Hibiya)
(G) Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (Ginza)
(H) Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (Hibiya, Ginza, Higashi-Ginza)
(M) Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (Ginza)
(Y) Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line
162,252 2011[1]
Zushi Yokosuka Line Keikyū Zushi Line (Shinzushi) 28,642 2011[1]
Total 15,642,198

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac Daily ridership derived from reported annual ridership.

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