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Setagaya Line terminal
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|Line(s)||Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line, Tōkyū Setagaya Line|
Sangen-Jaya Station (三軒茶屋駅 Sangenjaya-eki?) is a railway station in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan. It is located at the merging of two highways, Route 246 and Setagaya-dori, just outside the central area of Shibuya. Historically, people coming into Tokyo from the countryside would stop in Sangenjaya for a rest before entering the heart of the city. This is where the area got its name, since Sangenjaya means "three tea houses".
- March 6, 1907: Tamagawa Line opens, and the station opens.
- January 18, 1925: Setagaya Line opens.
- May 10, 1969: Tamagawa Line closes.
- April 7, 1977: Shin-Tamagawa Line (present Den-en-Toshi Line) opens
Two sub-surface side platforms serving two tracks
|1||■ Den-en-toshi Line||for Futako-Tamagawa, Mizonokuchi, Nagatsuta, Chūō-Rinkan|
|2||■ Den-en-toshi Line||for Shibuya, (Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon Line) for Kiyosumi-Shirakawa, Oshiage, (Tobu Skytree Line) for Tōbu-Dōbutsu-Kōen (Tobu Isesaki Line) for Kuki and (Tōbu Nikkō Line) for Minami-Kurihashi|
Two bay platforms serving a single track
|for getting off||■ Setagaya Line|
|for getting on||■ Setagaya Line||Kamimachi, Yamashita, Shimo-Takaido|
|Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line|
|Tokyu Setagaya Line|
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