Exit No. 7 in July 2008
|Station code||H-04, E-23|
|Opened||25 March 1964|
The Toei Oedo Line platform 1 is 42 m underground, making this station the deepest of the Tokyo subway stations. (The Toei Oedo Line platform 2 is 32 m underground.)
Two side platforms serving two tracks.
|1||○ Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line||for Naka-Meguro|
|2||○ Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line||for Ginza, Ueno, and Kita-senju
Tobu Skytree Line for Kuki, and Minami-Kurihashi
Two side platforms serving two tracks. Platform 1 is located on the 7th basement level, and platform 2 is located on the 5th basement level.
|1||○ Toei Oedo Line||for Daimon and Ryōgoku|
|2||○ Toei Oedo Line||for Tochōmae and Hikarigaoka|
|Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (H-04)|
|Hiroo (H-03)||-||Kamiyachō (H-05)|
|Toei Oedo Line (E-23)|
|Azabu-jūban (E-22)||-||Aoyama-itchōme (E-24)|
The Hibiya Line station opened on March 25, 1964. The Oedo Line station opened on December 12, 2000.
- Roppongi Hills (TV Asahi, etc.)
- Tokyo Midtown
- The National Art Center, Tokyo
- the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
- Akasaka Press Center
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