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|Operated by||Tōkyū Corporation|
|Line(s)||Tōkyū Tamagawa Line|
|Previous names||(until January 20, 1966)|
Two ground-level side platforms.
|1||■ Tamagawa Line||Kamata|
|2||■ Tamagawa Line||Tamagawa|
- February 29, 1924 Opened as 鵜ノ木駅(unoki eki) of Meguro-Kamata Electric Railway Mekama line.
- November 16, 1939 Became a station of Tokyo-Yokohama Electric Railway by merging.
- May 26, 1942 Became a station of Tokyo Kyuko Electric Railway by merging.
- January 20, 1966 Renamed to the present name.
- August 6, 2000 Became a station of Tokyu Tamagawa Line by division of Tokyu Mekama Line.
|Numabe||Tokyu Tamagawa Line||Shimo-Maruko|
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