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List of Toei Subway stations

Shinjuku is the busiest station on the Toei Subway, served by the Toei Shinjuku Line and Toei Ōedo Line. In particular, the Shinjuku Line’s station at Shinjuku is the busiest, designed to allow through-services and cross-platform transfers from Keiō trains via the Keiō New Line.

List of Toei Subway stations lists stations on the Toei Subway, including station location (ward or city), opening date, design (underground, at-grade, or elevated), and daily ridership.

Summary

There are a total of 99 “unique” stations (i.e., counting stations served by multiple lines only once) on the Toei Subway network, or 106 total stations if each station on each line counts as one station.[1] Almost all stations are located within the 23 special wards, with many located in areas not served by the complementary Tokyo Metro network.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation reports ridership for each station by line—stations served by multiple lines have multiple ridership figures, one for each line serving the station. Passengers making in-system transfers between lines are counted in the ridership of each line used, at the station where the transfer takes place. As a result, summing the total daily ridership of each of the lines will yield a total that is greater than the actual daily ridership of the system as a whole.

For stations directly shared with other railways—e.g., Shirokanedai and other Toei Mita Line stations shared with the Namboku Line, the daily ridership only considers people using Toei Subway trains (or through-servicing trains owned by other railways operating as Toei Subway trains). For “interface” stations designed to allow for through-servicing and transfers with other railways without exiting the station's paid area (e.g., Oshaige on the Asakusa Line), the station “entries” and “exits” also consider cross-company passengers riding on through-servicing trains (as part of trackage rights agreements) or transferring to or from other railways' trains without passing through faregates.

Opening dates are given in standard Japanese date format (YYYY.MM.DD).

Stations

Station Line Ward or City Opening date Design Daily station entries
(FY2010)[2]
Daily station exits
(FY2010)[2]
Total
(FY2010)
Oshiage
Sumida
1960.12.04
Underground 92,984 91,018 184,002
Honjo-Azumabashi
Sumida
1960.12.04
Underground 8,786 8,608 17,394
Asakusa
Taitō
1960.12.04
Underground 22,269 22,284 44,553
Kuramae
Taitō
1960.12.04
Underground 15,367 15,881 31,248
Asakusabashi
Taitō
1960.12.04
Underground 27,182 26,784 53,966
Higashi-Nihombashi
Chūō
1962.05.31
Underground 36,830 37,011 73,841
Ningyōchō
Chūō
1962.09.30
Underground 24,365 23,826 48,191
Nihombashi
Chūō
1963.02.28
Underground 42,182 42,471 84,653
Takarachō
Chūō
1963.02.28
Underground 9,443 9,946 19,389
Higashi-Ginza
Chūō
1963.02.28
Underground 33,980 34,765 68,745
Shimbashi
Minato
1963.12.12
Underground 39,435 39,497 78,932
Daimon
Minato
1964.10.01
Underground 44,782 45,362 90,144
Mita
Minato
1968.06.21
Underground 47,298 47,635 94,933
Sengakuji
Minato
1968.06.21
Underground 88,691 88,842 177,533
Takanawadai
Minato
1968.11.15
Underground 6,035 6,365 12,400
Gotanda
Shinagawa
1968.11.15
Underground 30,067 30,835 60,902
Togoshi
Shinagawa
1968.11.15
Underground 9,419 9,155 18,574
Nakanobu
Shinagawa
1968.11.15
Underground 13,079 13,166 26,245
Magome
Ōta
1968.11.15
Underground 11,876 11,216 23,092
Nishi-Magome
Ōta
1968.11.15
Underground 19,492 18,898 38,390
Nishi-Takashimadaira
Itabashi
1976.05.06
Elevated 6,119 5,874 11,993
Shin-Takashimadaira
Itabashi
1976.05.06
Elevated 4,712 4,601 9,313
Takashimadaira
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Elevated 15,139 14,839 29,978
Nishidai
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Elevated 12,338 12,314 24,652
Hasune
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Elevated 8,426 8,164 16,590
Shimura-Sanchōme
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Elevated 15,295 14,860 30,155
Shimura-Sakaue
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Underground 13,362 13,266 26,628
Motohasunuma
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Underground 10,460 10,091 20,551
Itabashi-Honchō
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Underground 14,389 13,718 28,107
Itabashi-Kuyakushomae
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Underground 14,322 14,178 28,500
Shin-Itabashi
Itabashi
1968.12.27
Underground 12,223 12,375 24,598
Nishi-Sugamo
Toshima
1968.12.27
Underground 11,874 11,431 23,305
Sugamo
Toshima
1968.12.27
Underground 45,233 46,124 91,357
Sengoku
Bunkyō
1972.06.30
Underground 14,741 14,497 29,238
Hakusan
Bunkyō
1972.06.30
Underground 23,443 22,989 46,432
Kasuga
Bunkyō
1972.06.30
Underground 29,225 29,346 58,571
Suidōbashi
Bunkyō
1972.06.30
Underground 20,800 21,036 41,836
Jimbōchō
Chiyoda
1972.06.30
Underground 61,810 62,097 123,907
Ōtemachi
Chiyoda
1972.06.30
Underground 39,701 40,386 80,087
Hibiya
Chiyoda
1972.06.30
Underground 35,955 36,258 72,213
Uchisaiwaichō
Chiyoda
1973.11.27
Underground 17,924 18,832 36,756
Onarimon
Minato
1973.11.27
Underground 19,778 20,380 40,158
Shibakōen
Minato
1973.11.27
Underground 12,893 13,293 26,186
Mita
Minato
1973.11.27
Underground 46,243 46,088 92,331
Shirokane-Takanawa
Minato
2000.09.26
Underground 13,195 13,564 26,759
Shirokanedai
Minato
2000.09.26
Underground 4,298 5,201 9,499
Meguro
Shinagawa
2000.09.26
Underground 40,447 38,542 78,989
Shinjuku
Shinjuku
1980.03.16
Underground 133,104 130,878 263,982
Shinjuku Sanchōme
Shinjuku
1980.03.16
Underground 24,889 26,415 51,304
Akebonobashi
Shinjuku
1980.03.16
Underground 17,781 17,369 35,150
Ichigaya
Chiyoda
1980.03.16
Underground 41,834 43,921 85,755
Kudanshita
Chiyoda
1980.03.16
Underground 41,690 40,997 82,687
Jimbōchō
Chiyoda
1980.03.16
Underground 62,230 62,922 125,152
Ogawamachi
Chiyoda
1980.03.16
Underground 32,426 32,786 65,212
Iwamotochō
Chiyoda
1978.12.21
Underground 19,979 20,043 40,022
Bakuro-Yokoyama
Chūō
1978.12.21
Underground 52,730 53,319 106,049
Hamachō
Chūō
1978.12.21
Underground 10,460 10,727 21,187
Morishita
Kōtō
1978.12.21
Underground 32,106 33,019 65,125
Kikukawa
Sumida
1978.12.21
Underground 11,057 11,091 22,148
Sumiyoshi
Kōtō
1978.12.21
Underground 18,119 18,138 36,257
Nishi-Ōjima
Kōtō
1978.12.21
Underground 12,958 12,781 25,739
Ōjima
Kōtō
1978.12.21
Underground 14,959 14,404 29,363
Higashi-Ōjima
Kōtō
1978.12.21
Elevated 15,497 15,217 30,714
Funabori
Edogawa
1983.12.23
Elevated 28,587 27,934 56,521
Ichinoe
Edogawa
1986.09.14
Underground 18,891 18,346 37,237
Mizue
Edogawa
1986.09.14
Underground 24,372 23,925 48,297
Shinozaki
Edogawa
1986.09.14
Underground 16,712 16,473 33,185
Moto-Yawata
Ichikawa (Chiba)
1989.03.19
Underground 34,413 34,085 34,085
Shinjuku Nishiguchi
Shinjuku
2000.12.12
Underground 27,045 24,990 52,035
Higashi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku
2000.12.12
Underground 10,503 10,128 20,631
Wakamatsu-Kawada
Shinjuku
2000.12.12
Underground 14,433 14,324 28,757
Ushigome Yanagichō
Shinjuku
2000.12.12
Underground 9,289 9,192 18,481
Ushigome Kagurazaka
Shinjuku
2000.12.12
Underground 6,305 6,714 13,019
Iidabashi
Bunkyō
2000.12.12
Underground 13,709 13,632 27,341
Kasuga
Bunkyō
2000.12.12
Underground 25,236 24,504 49,740
Hongō-Sanchōme
Bunkyō
2000.12.12
Underground 9,078 9,398 18,476
Ueno-Okachimachi
Taitō
2000.12.12
Underground 25,623 25,458 51,081
Shin-Okachimachi
Taitō
2000.12.12
Underground 19,356 18,740 38,096
Kuramae
Taitō
2000.12.12
Underground 13,943 13,785 27,728
Ryōgoku
Sumida
2000.12.12
Underground 13,735 13,583 27,318
Morishita
Kōtō
2000.12.12
Underground 29,619 28,575 58,194
Kiyosumi-Shirakawa
Kōtō
2000.12.12
Underground 15,562 16,030 31,592
Monzen Nakachō
Kōtō
2000.12.12
Underground 36,493 36,307 72,800
Tsukishima
Chūō
2000.12.12
Underground 27,197 26,785 53,982
Kachidoki
Chūō
2000.12.12
Underground 40,145 40,680 80,825
Tsukijishijō
Chūō
2000.12.12
Underground 10,920 11,173 22,093
Shiodome
Minato
2002.11.02
Underground 21,538 22,320 43,858
Daimon
Minato
2000.12.12
Underground 56,693 56,136 112,829
Akabanebashi
Minato
2000.12.12
Underground 17,478 16,905 34,383
Azabu-Jūban
Minato
2000.12.12
Underground 17,104 16,823 33,927
Roppongi
Minato
2000.12.12
Underground 46,492 45,919 92,411
Aoyama-Itchōme
Minato
2000.12.12
Underground 32,229 32,247 64,476
Kokuritsu-Kyōgijō
Shinjuku
2000.04.20
Underground 5,166 5,169 10,335
Yoyogi
Shibuya
2000.04.20
Underground 16,388 16,617 33,005
Shinjuku
Shibuya
1997.12.19
Underground 62,083 65,607 127,690
Tochōmae
Shinjuku
1997.12.19
Underground 17,612 19,769 37,381
Nishi-Shinjuku Gochōme
Shinjuku
1997.12.19
Underground 13,259 12,733 25,992
Nakano Sakaue
Nakano
1997.12.19
Underground 16,765 16,923 33,688
Higashi-Nakano
Nakano
1997.12.19
Underground 12,448 13,185 25,633
Nakai
Shinjuku
1997.12.19
Underground 11,035 10,846 21,881
Ochiai-Minami-Nagasaki
Shinjuku
1997.12.19
Underground 10,798 10,390 21,188
Shin-Egota
Nakano
1997.12.19
Underground 11,623 11,309 22,932
Nerima
Nerima
1991.12.10
Underground 35,268 35,647 70,915
Toshimaen
Nerima
1991.12.10
Underground 5,542 5,448 10,990
Nerima Kasugachō
Nerima
1991.12.10
Underground 9,280 9,135 18,415
Hikarigaoka
Nerima
1991.12.10
Underground 28,468 28,336 56,804

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