Platform level of Takaracho Station.
|Location||2 Kyōbashi, Chūō, Tokyo
|Line(s)||Toei Asakusa Line|
Takaracho Station has two side platforms serving the line's two tracks.
|1||○ Toei Asakusa Line||for Shimbashi, Nishi-magome and Keikyū Line|
|2||○ Toei Asakusa Line||for Nihombashi, Oshiage and Keisei Line|
|Toei Asakusa Line (A-12)|
|Higashi-ginza (A-11)||-||Nihombashi (A-13)|
|Airport Ltd. Exp.: Does not stop at this station|
Takaracho Station opened on February 28, 1963, on what was then called Line 1. The line took its present name in 1978. The station takes its name from Takaracho, a neighborhood that was named in 1931. The neighborhood's name disappeared in 1978 when Takaracho merged with neighboring Kyōbashi, but the station continues to use the old name.
- Kyobashi Station ( Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)
- Hatchōbori Station ( Keiyō Line and Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)