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Hiyoshi Station (Kanagawa)


Hiyoshi Station (Kanagawa)

Hiyoshi Station
Hiyoshi Station Keio University Exit
Prefecture Kanagawa
(See other stations in Kanagawa)
City Yokohama
Ward Kōhoku
Neighborhood 2-1-1 Hiyoshi
Postal code 223-0061
Address in Japanese 横浜市港北区日吉二丁目1-1
Opened 1926
Rail services
Operator(s) Tokyu Corporation
Line(s) Tōkyū Tōyoko Line, Tokyu Meguro Line
Green Line
Statistics 163,949 (Tokyu); 21,676 (Green Line) passengers/day (FY2008)

Hiyoshi Station (日吉駅 Hiyoshi-eki) is an interchange station in Kōhoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, jointly operated by Tokyu Corporation and the Yokohama Municipal Subway.


  • Lines 1
  • Station layout 2
    • Tokyu platforms 2.1
    • Yokohama Subway platforms 2.2
  • Adjacent stations 3
  • History 4
  • Future plans 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


Hiyoshi Station is served by the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line and Tōkyū Meguro Line. It is also served by the Yokohama Municipal Subway Green Line. It is 13.6 kilometers from the terminus of the Toyoko Line at Shibuya Station, and 11.9 kilometers from the terminus of the Meguro Line at Meguro Station.

Station layout

The station is an elevated structure with two island platforms serving four tracks above ground. The station building is also connected to the Tokyu Store, a large upscale supermarket, and the reformed Tokyu Department Store on the second floor, which features many individually branded shops as well as a major consumer electronic shop ("Best Denki") as a tenant occupying the entire third floor. The Yokohama Subway consists of a single island platform underground.

Tokyu platforms

Tokyu platforms, April 2008
1  Tokyu Toyoko Line for Kikuna, Yokohama, Minatomirai, and Motomachi-Chūkagai
2  Tokyu Meguro Line Terminating services only
3  Tokyu Meguro Line for Musashi-Kosugi, Ōokayama, and Meguro
Tokyo Metro Namboku Line for Akabane-Iwabuchi
Saitama Rapid Railway Line for Urawa-Misono
Toei Mita Line for Nishi-Takashimadaira
4  Tokyu Toyoko Line for Musashi-Kosugi, Jiyūgaoka, and Shibuya,
Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line for Kotake-Mukaihara and Wakōshi

Yokohama Subway platforms

1/2  Green Line for Center Kita, Center Minami, and Nakayama

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Tokyu Toyoko Line
Limited Express: no stop
Musashi-Kosugi   Commuter Limited Express   Kikuna
Musashi-Kosugi   Express   Tsunashima
Motosumiyoshi   Local   Tsunashima
Tokyu Meguro Line (MG13)
Terminus   Express   Musashi-Kosugi (MG11)
Terminus   Local   Motosumiyoshi (MG12)
Yokohama Subway Green Line (G10)
Hiyoshi-Honchō (G09) - Terminus


Hiyoshi Station opened as one of the original Toyoko Line stations on February 14, 1926. The station was completely rebuilt in 1991 with half-submerged tracks and an elevated station building constructed above the tracks. The adjacent Tokyu Department store opened in 1995. The Yokohama Subway Green Line connected to Hiyoshi Station on March 30, 2008.

Future plans

An approximately 10 km link is scheduled to be constructed from a new station at Hazawa on the JR Freight Tokaido Line via Shin-Yokohama, enabling through services to and from the Sagami Railway Main Line via Nishiya from March 2019.[1]


  • Harris, Ken and Clarke, Jackie. Jane's World Railways 2008-2009. Jane's Information Group (2008). ISBN 0-7106-2861-7
  1. ^ 相鉄・東急:乗り入れ認可 沿線開発に期待、新幹線アクセスも向上 /神奈川 [Sotetsu-Tokyu inter-running approved]. (in Japanese). Japan: The Mainichi Newspapers. 6 October 2012. Retrieved 6 October 2012. 

External links

  • Tokyu station information (Japanese)
  • Yokohama Subway station information (Japanese)

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