Oshiage Station

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Coordinates: 35°42′40″N 139°48′48″E / 35.7110°N 139.8133°E / 35.7110; 139.8133

KS45 TS03 A20 Z14
Oshiage Station 'Skytree'

押上駅〈スカイツリー前〉
Oshiage Station B3 20120429.JPG
Exit B3 in April 2012
Location1 Oshiage, Sumida, Tokyo
Japan
Operated by
Line(s)
Other information
Station code
  • A-20 (Toei Asakusa Line)
  • Z-14 (Hanzomon Line)
  • TS-03 (Tobu)
  • KS45 (Keisei)
Location
Oshiage Station is located in Special wards of Tokyo
Oshiage Station
Oshiage Station
Location within Special wards of Tokyo
Oshiage Station is located in Tokyo
Oshiage Station
Oshiage Station
Oshiage Station (Tokyo)
Oshiage Station is located in Japan
Oshiage Station
Oshiage Station
Oshiage Station (Japan)

Oshiage Station (押上駅, Oshiage-eki) is a railway station in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan, jointly operated by Tokyo Metro, Tobu Railway, Toei, and Keisei Electric Railway. It is adjacent to the Tokyo Skytree complex.

Lines[edit]

Oshiage Station is served by the following lines. It is the terminal station of three lines.

Station layout[edit]

There are two sets of platforms, one for Keisei/Toei at level B1, and the other for Tokyo Metro/Tobu at level B3. Each consists of two island platforms serving four tracks.

Keisei/Toei[edit]

On the Keisei/Toei section, trains to Nishi-Magome and the Keikyu Network leave from platforms 1, 2 or 3. Trains for Aoto and the Keisei/Hokusō/Shibayama network leave from platforms 3 and 4, although Keisei and Hokusō trains can also use platform 2.

1-3 A Toei Asakusa Line for Asakusa, Nihombashi, Shimbashi, and Nishi-magome
KK Keikyu Main Line for Shinagawa, Haneda Airport (International Terminal and Domestic Terminal), Yokohama, and Misakiguchi
3-4 KS Keisei Oshiage Line for Aoto
KS Keisei Main Line for Keisei Funabashi, Keisei Narita, and Narita Airport (Terminal 2·3 and Terminal 1)
HS Hokusō Line for Imba Nihon-idai
KS Narita Sky Access Line for Imba Nihon-idai and Narita Airport

Tokyo Metro/Tobu[edit]

1-3 Z Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line for Shibuya
DT Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line for Chuo-Rinkan
4 TS Tobu Skytree Line for Kita-Koshigaya and Tōbu-Dōbutsu-Kōen
TI Tobu Isesaki Line for Kuki
TN Tōbu Nikkō Line for Minami-Kurihashi

Platform 1 is used by through services from the Tobu Skytree Line. Platforms 2 and 3 are used by Hanzomon Line services terminating and starting at this station.

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Keisei Oshiage Line KS45
Through to Toei Asakusa Line   Limited Express   Aoto KS09
Through to Toei Asakusa Line   Access Express   Aoto KS09
Through to Toei Asakusa Line   Limited Express   Aoto KS09
Through to Toei Asakusa Line   Commuter Express   Aoto KS09
Through to Toei Asakusa Line   Rapid   Aoto KS09
Through to Toei Asakusa Line   Local   Keisei-Hikifune KS46
Toei Asakusa Line A20
Asakusa A18   Airport Limited Express   Through to Keisei Oshiage Line
Honjo-azumabashi A19   Limited Express   Through to Keisei Oshiage Line
Honjo-azumabashi A19   Access Express   Aoto KS09
Honjo-azumabashi A19   Limited Express   Through to Keisei Oshiage Line
Honjo-azumabashi A19   Commuter Express   Aoto KS09
Honjo-azumabashi A19   Rapid   Aoto KS09
Honjo-azumabashi A19   Express   Through to Keisei Oshiage Line
Honjo-azumabashi A19   Local   Through to Keisei Oshiage Line
Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line Z14
Kinshicho Z13 - Hikifune TS04
(Tobu Line)
Tobu Skytree Line TS03
Kinshicho Z13
(Hanzomon Line)
  Express   Hikifune TS04
Kinshicho Z13
(Hanzomon Line)
  Semi-Express   Hikifune TS04

History[edit]

The Keisei station opened on 3 November 1912.[1] The Toei station opened on 4 December 1960.[1] The Tobu station opened on 19 March 2003.[2]

Surrounding area[edit]

The station is located at the Oshiage-eki-mae intersection of Metropolitan Routes 453 and 465 (Asakusa-dōri and Yotsume-dōri respectively).

Other Stations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Terada, Hirokazu (July 2002). データブック日本の私鉄 [Databook: Japan's Private Railways]. Japan: Neko Publishing. p. 215. ISBN 4-87366-874-3.
  2. ^ 押上(スカイツリー前)駅 [Oshiage (Skytree) Station]. Japan: Tobu Railway Company. Retrieved 23 May 2012.

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