List of Tokyo Metro stations

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Color-coded wall paneling helps passengers inside the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line’s Shibuya Station to navigate passages to connecting rail lines. Shibuya is the busiest station on the Tokyo Metro network and a major interchange with Tōkyū, Keiō, and JR East trains.

List of Tokyo Metro stations lists stations on the Tokyo Metro, including lines serving the station, station location (ward or city), opening date, design (underground, at-grade, or elevated), and daily ridership.

Summary[edit]

There are a total of 142 “unique” stations (i.e., counting stations served by multiple lines only once) on the Tokyo Metro network, or 179 total stations if each station on each line counts as one station.[1] Tokyo Metro considers Kokkai-gijidō-mae and Tameike-Sannō as a single interchange station, despite the two stations having different names. If these are treated as separate stations, there are a total of 143 unique stations and 180 total stations. Most stations are located within the 23 special wards and fall inside the Yamanote Line loop—some wards such as Setagaya and Ōta have no stations (or only a limited number of stations), as rail service in these areas has historically been provided by the Toei Subway or any of the various major private railways (大手私鉄).

In general, the reported daily ridership is the total of faregate entries and exits at each station, and excludes in-system transfers. However, Tokyo Metro reports ridership separately for stations directly shared with other railways—e.g., Shirokanedai and other Namboku Line stations shared with the Toei Mita Line—or “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. For stations directly shared with other railways, the daily ridership only considers people using Tokyo Metro trains (or through-servicing trains owned by other railways operating as Tokyo Metro trains). For interface stations, the daily ridership also includes cross-company passengers on through-servicing trains (as part of trackage rights agreements) or transferring from other railways' trains without passing through faregates.

Because of Tokyo Metro's reporting method, stations served by multiple lines that qualify both as shared or interface stations and as “regular” (i.e., not shared and non-interface) stations generally have their ridership separated out by station type. Examples include Shibuya, where ridership for the interconnected Hanzōmon Line and Fukutoshin Line stations (which are interface stations for the Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line and Tōkyū Tōyoko Line, respectively) is separated out from ridership at the Shibuya terminal station of the Ginza Line, which does not have through-service arrangements with any other railways.

Opening dates are given in standard Japanese date format (YYYY.MM.DD), and arranged from oldest to newest for stations served by multiple lines.

Stations[edit]

Subway and commuter rail stations[edit]

Interface stations like Wakōshi Station are designed to facilitate through-service between Tokyo Metro and other railways, in this case between the Tōbu Tōjō Line and the Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō and Fukutoshin Lines. In addition to passengers passing through faregates to or from Tokyo Metro trains, ridership reported for these stations also includes passengers entering or exiting the Tokyo Metro system inside through-servicing trains, as well as passengers making cross-platform transfers between Tokyo Metro trains and other railways’ trains.
Station Lines Ward or City Opening date Design Daily ridership
(FY2017)[1]
Shibuya
(Z)
(F)
Shibuya
1977.04.07
2008.06.14
Underground 829,947
Ayase
(C)
Adachi
1971.04.20
Elevated 451,413
Kita-Senju
(H)
Adachi
1962.05.31
At-grade, elevated 299,219
Nishi-Funabashi
(T)
Funabashi (Chiba)
1969.03.29
At-grade 293,332
Yoyogi-Uehara
(C)
Shibuya
1978.03.31
Elevated 278,836
Naka-Meguro
(H)
Meguro
1964.07.22
Elevated 229,306
Wakō-shi
(Y)
(F)
Wakō (Saitama)
1987.08.25
Elevated 185,865
Kotake-Mukaihara
(Y)
(F)
Nerima
1983.06.24
Underground 180,429
Oshiage
(Z)
Sumida
2003.03.19
Underground 177,297
Nakano
(T)
Nakano
1966.03.16
Elevated 160,270
Meguro
(N)
Shinagawa
2000.09.26
Underground 118,326
Akabane Iwabuchi
(N)
Kita
1991.11.29
Underground 92,093
Shirokane-Takanawa
(N)
Minato
2000.09.26
Underground 42,541
Shirokanedai
(N)
Minato
2000.09.26
Underground 18,193

Subway stations only[edit]

Ōtemachi is one of the most important interchanges on the Tokyo Metro network, connecting four Tokyo Metro lines and one Toei Subway line. Ōtemachi Station is also connected by underground passages to an extensive station complex comprising Tōkyō Station, Nijūbashimae Station, Hibiya Station, Yūrakuchō Station, Ginza Station, and Higashi-Ginza Station.
Station Lines Ward or City Opening date Design Daily ridership
(FY2017)[1]
Ikebukuro
(M)
(Y)
(F)
Toshima
1954.01.20
1974.10.30
1994.12.07
Underground 568,316
Ōtemachi
(M)
(T)
(C)
(Z)
Chiyoda
1956.07.20
1966.10.01
1969.12.20
1989.01.26
Underground 338,955
Kita-Senju
(C)
Adachi
1969.12.20
Underground 291,919
Ginza
(G)
(M)
(H)
Chūō
1934.03.03
1957.12.15
1964.08.29
Underground 266,574
Shimbashi
(G)
Minato
1934.06.21
Underground 252,793
Shinjuku
(M)
Shinjuku
1959.03.15
Underground 236,657
Shibuya
(G)
Shibuya
1938.12.20
Elevated 224,784
Toyosu
(Y)
Kōtō
1988.06.08
Underground 214,032
Ueno
(G)
(H)
Taitō
1927.12.30
1961.03.28
Underground 213,020
Tōkyō
(M)
Chiyoda
1956.07.20
Underground 211,558
Takadanobaba
(T)
Shinjuku
1969.03.29
Underground 203,957
Iidabashi
(T)
(Y)
(N)
Chiyoda
Shinjuku
1964.12.23
1974.10.30
1996.03.26
Underground 195,294
Nihombashi
(G)
(T)
Chūō
1932.12.24
1967.09.14
Underground 189,764
Omotesandō
(G)
(C)
(Z)
Minato
1938.11.18
1972.10.20
1978.08.01
Underground 182,125
Kudanshita
(T)
(Z)
Chiyoda
1964.12.23
1989.01.26
Underground 176,675
Yūrakuchō
(Y)
Chiyoda
1974.10.30
Underground 174,378
Nishi-Nippori
(C)
Arakawa
1969.12.20
Underground 170,756
Shinjuku Sanchōme
(M)
(F)
Shinjuku
1959.03.15
2008.06.14
Underground 163,044
Kasumigaseki
(M)
(H)
(C)
Chiyoda
1958.10.15
1964.03.25
1971.03.20
Underground 150,628
Kokkai Gijidō-mae
Tameike-Sannō
(G)
(M)
(C)
(N)
Chiyoda
1959.03.15
1972.10.20
1997.09.30
1997.09.30
Underground 150,373
Ichigaya
(Y)
(N)
Shinjuku
1974.10.30
1996.03.26
Underground 146,603
Roppongi
(H)
Minato
1964.03.25
Underground 134,902
Kayabachō
(H)
(T)
Chūō
1963.02.28
1967.09.14
Underground 129,847
Mitsukoshimae
(G)
(Z)
Chūō
1932.04.29
1989.01.26
Underground 129,691
Akasaka Mitsuke
(G)
(M)
Minato
1938.11.18
1959.03.15
Underground 127,252
Tōyōchō
(T)
Kōtō
1967.09.14
Underground 126,363
Akihabara
(H)
Chiyoda
1962.05.31
Underground 125,928
Yotsuya
(M)
(N)
Shinjuku
1959.03.15
1996.03.26
Elevated
Underground
125,084
Monzen-Nakachō
(T)
Kōtō
1967.09.14
Underground 119,245
Ebisu
(H)
Shibuya
1964.03.25
Underground 118,260
Aoyama-Itchōme
(G)
(Z)
Minato
1938.11.18
1978.08.01
Underground 117,633
Toranomon
(G)
Minato
1938.11.18
Underground 117,329
Hatchōbori
(H)
Chūō
1963.02.28
Underground 111,924
Shin-Kiba
(Y)
Kōtō
1988.06.08
Elevated 109,841
Asakusa
(G)
Taitō
1927.12.30
Underground 107,628
Kasai
(T)
Edogawa
1969.03.29
Elevated 106,899
Kōrakuen
(M)
(N)
Bunkyō
1954.01.20
1996.03.26
Elevated
Underground
105,720
Hibiya
(H)
(C)
Chiyoda
1964.08.29
1971.03.20
Underground 105,614
Meiji-Jingūmae
(C)
(F)
Shibuya
1972.10.20
2008.06.14
Underground 105,537
Kinshichō
(Z)
Kōtō
2003.03.19
Underground 105,342
Nishi-Kasai
(T)
Edogawa
1979.10.01
Elevated 105,183
Kamiyachō
(H)
Minato
1964.03.25
Underground 99,610
Shin-Ochanomizu
(C)
Chiyoda
1969.12.20
Underground 97,514
Jimbōchō
(Z)
Chiyoda
1989.01.26
Underground 96,811
Akasaka
(C)
Minato
1972.10.20
Underground 95,556
Higashi-Ginza
(H)
Chūō
1963.02.28
Underground 90,621
Hanzōmon
(Z)
Chiyoda
1982.12.09
Underground 89,961
Ogikubo
(M)
Suginami
1962.01.23
Underground 88,478
Nishi-Shinjuku
(M)
Shinjuku
1996.05.28
Underground 86,795
Roppongi-Itchōme
(N)
Minato
2000.09.26
Underground 82,823
Gaienmae
(G)
Minato
1938.11.18
Underground 82,616
Ningyōchō
(H)
Chūō
1962.05.31
Underground 82,583
Waseda
(T)
Shinjuku
1964.12.23
Underground 82,370
Nagatachō
(Y)
(Z)
(N)
Chiyoda
1974.10.30
1979.09.21
1997.09.30
Underground 82,091
Urayasu
(T)
Urayasu (Chiba)
1969.03.29
Elevated 82,018
Myōgadani
(M)
Bunkyō
1954.01.20
Underground (Open-air) 79,409
Suitengūmae
(Z)
Chūō
1990.11.28
Underground 78,360
Tsukiji
(H)
Chūō
1963.02.28
Underground 77,498
Kiba
(T)
Kōtō
1967.09.14
Underground 77,101
Nakano Sakaue
(M)
Nakano
1961.02.08
Underground 75,848
Tsukishima
(Y)
Chūō
1988.06.08
Underground 74,049
Kōjimachi
(Y)
Chiyoda
1974.10.30
Underground 65,797
Ōji
(N)
Kita
1991.11.29
Underground 63,317
Hiroo
(H)
Minato
1964.03.25
Underground 63,049
Machiya
(C)
Arakawa
1969.12.20
Underground 61,307
Minami-Sunamachi
(T)
Kōtō
1969.03.29
Underground 61,001
Kanda
(G)
Chiyoda
1931.11.21
Underground 60,720
Kyōbashi
(G)
Chūō
1932.12.24
Underground 60,685
Ochanomizu
(M)
Bunkyō
1954.01.20
Underground 59,493
Awajichō
(M)
Chiyoda
1956.03.20
Underground 59,445
Gyōtoku
(T)
Ichikawa (Chiba)
1969.03.29
Elevated 58,256
Hongō-Sanchōme
(M)
Bunkyō
1954.01.20
Underground 57,024
Sumiyoshi
(Z)
Kōtō
2003.03.19
Underground 57,015
Kiyosumi-Shirakawa
(Z)
Kōtō
2003.03.19
Underground 55,225
Minami-Gyōtoku
(T)
Ichikawa (Chiba)
1981.03.27
Elevated 54,278
Edogawabashi
(Y)
Bunkyō
1974.10.30
Underground 53,135
Shinjuku-gyoemmae
(M)
Shinjuku
1959.03.15
Underground 52,630
Chikatetsu Narimasu
(Y)
(F)
Itabashi
1983.06.24
Underground 52,212
Myōden
(T)
Ichikawa (Chiba)
2000.01.22
Elevated 51,537
Azabu-Jūban
(N)
Minato
2000.09.26
Underground 49,467
Takebashi
(T)
Chiyoda
1966.03.16
Underground 48,453
Yotsuya-Sanchōme
(M)
Shinjuku
1959.03.15
Underground 46,732
Gokokuji
(Y)
Bunkyō
1974.10.30
Underground 44,262
Higashi-Ikebukuro
(Y)
Toshima
1974.10.30
Underground 44,044
Heiwadai
(Y)
(F)
Nerima
1983.06.24
Underground 43,929
Nogizaka
(C)
Minato
1972.10.20
Underground 42,733
Naka-Okachimachi
(H)
Taitō
1961.03.28
Underground 42,267
Higashi-Shinjuku
(F)
Shinjuku
2008.06.14
Underground 41,695
Shintomichō
(Y)
Chūō
1980.03.27
Underground 41,479
Kagurazaka
(T)
Shinjuku
1964.12.23
Underground 41,257
Minowa
(H)
Taitō
1961.03.28
Underground 41,249
Komagome
(N)
Toshima
1991.11.29
Underground 40,799
Kanamechō
(Y)
(F)
Toshima
1983.06.24
Underground 40,095
Hikawadai
(Y)
(F)
Nerima
1983.06.24
Underground 40,014
Kodenmachō
(H)
Chūō
1962.05.31
Underground 39,847
Senkawa
(Y)
(F)
Toshima
1983.06.24
Underground 39,140
Ginza-itchōme
(Y)
Chūō
1974.10.30
Underground 38,754
Nishi-Waseda
(F)
Shinjuku
2008.06.14
Underground 38,739
Chikatetsu Akatsuka
(Y)
(F)
Nerima
1983.06.24
Underground 38,051
Shin-Kōenji
(M)
Suginami
1961.11.01
Underground 37,291
Hōnanchō
(M)
Suginami
1962.03.23
Underground 37,224
Higashi-Kōenji
(M)
Suginami
1964.09.18
Underground 36,043
Yushima
(C)
Bunkyō
1969.12.20
Underground 35,880
Shin-Nakano
(M)
Nakano
1961.02.08
Underground 35,626
Ōji-Kamiya
(N)
Kita
1991.11.29
Underground 35,406
Nijūbashimae
(C)
Chiyoda
1971.03.20
Underground 34,898
Iriya
(H)
Taitō
1961.03.28
Underground 33,644
Tawaramachi
(G)
Taitō
1927.12.30
Underground 33,317
Kita-Ayase
(C)
Adachi
1979.12.20
Elevated 30,869
Tatsumi
(Y)
Kōtō
1988.06.08
Underground 30,379
Minami-Senju
(H)
Arakawa
1961.03.28
Elevated 30,040
Tōdai-mae
(N)
Bunkyō
1996.03.26
Underground 29,401
Sendagi
(C)
Bunkyō
1969.12.20
Underground 29,107
Nezu
(C)
Bunkyō
1969.12.20
Underground 28,598
Yoyogi-Kōen
(C)
Shibuya
1972.10.20
Underground 28,031
Baraki-Nakayama
(T)
Funabashi (Chiba)
1969.03.29
Elevated 27,342
Minami-Asagaya
(M)
Suginami
1961.11.01
Underground 27,189
Ochiai
(T)
Shinjuku
1966.03.16
Underground 26,317
Shin-Ōtsuka
(M)
Bunkyō
1954.01.20
Underground 25,491
Suehirochō
(G)
Chiyoda
1930.01.01
Underground 24,743
Ueno-Hirokōji
(G)
Taitō
1930.01.01
Underground 24,495
Kita-Sandō
(F)
Shibuya
2008.06.14
Underground 23,969
Hon-Komagome
(N)
Bunkyō
1996.03.26
Underground 23,338
Nakano-Shimbashi
(M)
Nakano
1961.02.08
Underground 20,596
Nakano-Fujimichō
(M)
Nakano
1961.02.04
Underground 19,481
Zōshigaya
(F)
Toshima
2008.06.14
Underground 18,381
Inarichō
(G)
Taitō
1927.12.30
Underground 17,294
Sakuradamon
(Y)
Chiyoda
1974.10.30
Underground 13,114
Shimo
(N)
Kita
1991.11.29
Underground 12,425
Nishigahara
(N)
Kita
1991.11.29
Underground 8,523

References[edit]

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