Naka-Meguro Station entrance
|Operated by||Tokyu Corporation, Tokyo Metro|
|Line(s)||Tōkyū Tōyoko Line, Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line|
|Passengers (Tokyu 2007)||185,998 daily|
Naka-Meguro Station is served by the following lines:
Naka-Meguro station serves as the transfer point between the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line and the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, connecting Yokohama with the districts of Roppongi, Akihabara, Ginza, and Tsukiji in Tokyo, and beyond. The Tōyoko Line continues towards Yokohama, to the districts of Minato Mirai 21, Chinatown, and Motomachi via the Minato Mirai Line.
This station consists of two island platforms serving two tracks. Tokyu and Tokyo Metro share the same station and platforms.
|1||■Tōkyū Tōyoko Line||for Jiyūgaoka, Musashi Kosugi, Yokohama, and Motomachi-Chūkagai|
|2||○Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line||Terminating services only|
|3||○Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line||for Ginza, Ueno, Kita-Senju, and Tobu Skytree Line for Minami-Kurihashi|
|4||■Tōkyū Tōyoko Line||for Shibuya, and Shinjuku-Sanchōme, Ikebukuro, Kotake-Mukaihara on the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line|
|Tokyu Toyoko Line|
|Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (H-01)|
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- The station opened on August 28, 1927. It has always been elevated.
- On July 22, 1964, the Hibiya Line arrived here as the terminus of the line from Kasumigaseki.
- Services between Hiyoshi and Kita-Koshigaya (on the Tobu Skytree Line) began on August 29 that year. At the same time, the station became an express stop.
- The Naka-Meguro train disaster occurred on March 8, 2000.
- The station became a limited express and commuter limited express stop on March 19, 2003.
- On March 16, 2013, Tokyu Toyoko Line began through services with Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line. Consequently, Tokyu Toyoko Line's through service with Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line at this station was discontinued on March 16, 2013. All Hibiya Line trains now terminate at this station.
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