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|Location||Nishi-Shinagawa 1-chome, Shinagawa, Tokyo
|Operated by||Tokyu Corporation|
|Line(s)||Tokyu Oimachi Line|
|Opened||July 6, 1927|
|Previous names||Togoshi (until 1936)|
|Passengers (2014)||7,434 daily|
|1||■ Oimachi Line||Hatanodai ・ Ōokayama ・ Jiyūgaoka ・ Futako-Tamagawa
・(Tokyu Den-en-Toshi Line) Saginuma ・ Chūō-Rinkan
|2||■ Oimachi Line||Ōimachi|
- July 6, 1927 Opened as Togoshi Station (戸越駅).
- January 1, 1936 Renamed to the present name.
In 2014, 7,434 passengers per day started or ended travel at the station in average.
|Ōimachi||Tokyu Oimachi Line||Togoshi-kōen|
- Shinagawa Ward Office
- Shinagawa Chuo Park
- Shimoshinmei Tenso jinjya shrine
- Ebara Shichi-Fuku-Jin(Seven Lucky Gods in Ebara area)
- Toko-ji temple
- Togoshi park
- Hoyo no Mori Elementary and Junior High School
- Tokyu Corporation (May 30, 2015). "2014年度乗降人員" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 21, 2016.
- Shimoshinmei Station information (Tokyu) (in Japanese)
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