Marunouchi Station (Nagoya)
Marunouchi Station, 4th Entrance
|Location||Marunouchi 2-16-1, Naka, Nagoya, Aichi
|Operated by||Transportation Bureau City of Nagoya|
|Line(s)||Tsurumai Line, Sakuradōri Line|
|Passengers (2000)||14,792 daily|
Marunouchi Station (丸の内駅? Marunouchi-eki) is an underground metro station located in Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan operated by the Nagoya Municipal Subway. The station is an interchange station between the Tsurumai Line and the Sakura-dōri Line, and is located 6.3 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Tsurumai Line at Kami-Otai Station and 2.4 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Sakuradōri Line at Nakamura Kuyakusho Station.
Marunouchi Station was opened on 27 November 1981 as a station on the Tsurumai Line. The Sakura-dōri Line connected to the station on 10 September 1989. Platform screen doors were installed on the Sakura-dōri Line platform on 5 March 2011.
Marunouchi Station has two underground island platforms. The Sakura-dōri Line platform, at a depth of 24 meters, is the deepest subway platform in Nagoya.
|1||■ Tsurumai Line||For Akaike and Toyotashi|
|2||■ Tsurumai Line||For Kami-Otai and Inuyama|
|3||■ Sakura-dōri Line||For Imaike and Nonami|
|4||■ Sakura-dōri Line||For Nagoya and Nakamura Kuyakusho|
On Platform 1, door 1 is closest to the connecting passage to the Sakuradōri Line platform and door 16 is closest to the elevator, and on Platform 2, door 9 is closest to the elevator and door 24 is closest to the connecting passage. On the platforms for the Sakuradōri Line, on Platform 3 for Akaike door 8 is closest to the elevator and the connecting passage is behind the train, beyond door 20, and on Platform 4 for Nagoya, door 17 is closest to the elevator and door 1 is closest to the connecting passage. There are two wickets, the East Wicket for the Sakuradōri Line portion of the station and the North Wicket for the Tsurumai Line portion. 
|Nagoya Municipal Subway|
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