[Tokyo Metro's first! ] A freezing vending machine where you can buy ramen and dumplings is now available at Iidabashi Station on the Namboku Line!
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The Tokyo Metro will be installed at Iidabashi Station on the Namboku Line from November 2021, 11 and will start operations.
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A total of three companies, JR East, Tokyo Metro, and Toei Subway, are on board and serve as connecting stations.It is also the only station where the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line and Yurakucho Line, and the Tozai Line and Namboku Line intersect.
The lines that run to JR East stationsChuo Main LineHowever, at this stationSlow lineRunChuo/Sobu Line stationsOnly stops.again,Specific city areaIn the systemWithin Tokyo"and"Tokyo Yamanote Line”, And for each lineStation numberIs given.
- Tokyo Metro
- Toei Subway
This station is1928 On the Chuo Main LineMultiple linesWith the change, it was installed in the pastUshigome Station(Ushigome Eki)Iidamachi StationThere is a history of opening the short-distance train platform in the form of separating them and integrating them.
- 1894 (Meiji27 years)May 10 : Kobu RailwayShinjuku --At the same time as the opening of UshigomeUshigome StationOpening.
- 1895 (28th year of Meiji)May 4: Iida Town-Opening of Ushigome.
- 1904 (37th year of Meiji)May 8: Iida Town- 中Train service starts between.
- 1906 (39th year of Meiji)May 10: Of Kobu RailwaynationalizationDue to this, Ushigome Station and Iidamachi StationPublic railwayWill be the station of.
- 1909 (42th year of Meiji)May 10 : Track nameBecame a member of the Chuo East Line (Chuo Main Line from 1911) due to enactment.
- 1928 (Showa3 years)May 11 : Great Kanto EarthquakeAimed at separating passengers and passengers through reconstructionMultiple linesConstruction work completed between Shinjuku and Iida Town.As a result, Ushigome Station, which is close to the station, and Iidamachi Station on the train line will be integrated, and it will be between the platforms of both stations.[Annotation 1]New home[Annotation 2],Iidabashi StationOpened..Initially it was only passenger business.
- 1949 (24)May 6 : Japan National RailwayInauguration.
- 1964 (39)May 12 : Teito High Speed Transportation Corps(Underground subway)東西 線Station opened.
(43)May 1 : Sasebo Enterprise port stoppage struggleHeaded to Iidabashi Station to participate inCoreA demonstrator consisting of 200 students from Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department and the Metropolitan Police Department riot police collided in front of the station (Iidabashi incident).
- Even after this, the student activism had an influence on the behavior of occupying the Toden with the slogan of "against the abolition of the Toden", and this year.May 9Was abolished inTodenFarewell on the last day of operation of the Edogawa Line (15/39 system)Decorative trainDriving and ceremonies were abandoned.
- 1974 (49)May 10: The Yurakucho Line station of the Keidan Subway opens.
- 1987 (62)May 4 : Privatization of the national railway divisionAs a result, the station on the Chuo Main Line will become a station on the East Japan Railway Company (JR East)..
- 1991 (Heisei3 years) March: Started improvement work on Tozai Line station.
- 1996 (8)May 3 : Namboku LineStation opened[Newspaper 1].
- 1997 (9) March: Tozai Line station improvement work completed..Total construction cost about 57 billion yen.
- 2000 (12)May 12: Toei Subway Oedo Line station opens.
- 2001 (13)May 11: In JR EastPrepaid Card"SuicaCan be used[Press 1].
- 2004 (16) April 4: With the privatization of the Teito Rapid Transit Authority (Teito Rapid Transit Authority), the stations on the Tozai Line, Yurakucho Line, and Namboku Line will be inherited by the Tokyo Metro.[Press 2].
- 2007 (19)May 3: IC card "IC card" at Tokyo Metro / Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of TransportationPASMOCan be used[Press 3].
- 2011 (23)May 9: At the subway Yurakucho Line platformHome doorStart using[Press 4].. at the same timeDeparture melodyIntroduced.
- 2012 (24)May 8: Started using platform doors installed on the Toei Subway Oedo Line platform.
- 2015 (27)
- 2016 (28)May 8: With the start of JR East station improvement work, the west exit station building has become a temporary station building.
- 2018 (30)May 11: Started operation of platform doors on the Tozai Line platform.
- May 7: New West Exit station building is in service[Press 7][Newspaper 2].Chuo/Sobu Line (stop at each station)Home is about 200 on the west side mRelocation[Press 7][Newspaper 2].
- May 8: With the opening of the New West Exit station building of JR East, the Ekinaka commercial space "Ecute Edition Iidabashi" will be partially opened.[Press 8][Press 9].
(3nd year of Reiwa)
- May 3: The booth type "STATION BOOTH" of the station Naka share office "STATION WORK" opens at the station of JR East[Press 10].
- April 4: JR East station outsourced.
- May 7: The historic site view terrace is now in service at JR East stations[Press 11]..Grand opening of Ekinaka commercial space "Ecute Edition Iidabashi"[Press 12].
Island homeHave two lines on one sideElevated station..The station building has exits in the east and west.Due to the sloping terrain, the east exit side looks like an elevated station building, but the west exit side isHashigami station buildingIt has become.Edo CastleThe west exit station building, which enters the historic site area of the Sotobori site, was built as a "appearance with the warp of Japanese architecture as a motif" in consideration of the impact on the landscape, and on the second floor there is also a "historic site view deck" in addition to commercial facilities. Have been.
The platform installed when Ushigome Station and Iidamachi Station were integrated has a curve radius of 300. mIt is located on a sharp curve (see also the photo), and when the train stops, there is a maximum gap of about 33. cm, A maximum height difference of 20 cm was born, and an average of about 10 fall accidents occurred annually.[Press 7][Newspaper 2].. For this reason,2014 May 7As a drastic measure, JR East will relocate the platform to a straight section in the direction of Shinjuku centered on Ushigome Bridge to eliminate the gap between the platform and vehicles, and rebuild the west exit station building and improve the station square. Announced to implement[Press 13]..Up to 33.3 at the position corresponding to the newly constructed home ‰Because there was an obstacle during construction, we carried out work to make the slope gentle (track lowering work divided into 57 times for the upper and lower lines and 38 times home lowering work).[Newspaper 3], Built after relaxing to 18.5 ‰..Also, some of the new homesEdo CastleSotobori traceHistoric siteBecause it is in the areaBuried cultural propertyExistence and exact positionボ ー リ ン グIt is constructed after giving as much consideration as possible to the underground remains, such as performing construction after grasping it through surveys...With the new station building and new platform in service, the platform before the relocation is being used as a connecting passage to the east exit.[Press 7][Newspaper 2].
|1||Chuo/Sobu Line (stop at each station)||Eastbound||Ochanomizu-Akihabara-千葉aspect|
(Source:JR East: Station map）
- 2020 May 3It was set early in the morning and late at night after the timetable revision.Tokyo StationStops at each station of departure and arrival have disappeared[Press 14].
Sound forum on track 1 and track 2Sound factoryThe train melody of the production is used.
|1||Spring New Ver.|
|2||SF-3 (Station where you can see the church)|
The Tozai Line has a central pillarRelative home2 sides 2 lines, Yurakucho line and Namboku line both have island platform 1 side 2 linesUnderground stationIs.The Yurakucho Line and Namboku Line platforms are at the easternmost point of Shinjuku Ward.
The home of the Tozai lineMejiro street, Yurakucho Line and Namboku Line HomeSotobori Street, It is installed in the basement of each, and it is about 5 minutes on foot across the JR station.Therefore, the Tozai Line and Yurakucho Line / Namboku LineTicket gateIs different. The distance to the platform with JR was relatively short on all of the Tozai Line, Yurakucho Line, and Namboku Line, but due to the relocation of the JR platform in 2020, it has become far from all other lines connected only to the Tozai Line. (This is the same station on the Tozai line,Otemachi StationAlso applies).
In addition, the station on the Tozai Line was widened from 1991 m to 1997 m over the Nakano direction by station improvement work from 105 to 3.8, and at the top of the widened part.ConcourseAnd a new staircase was built in the middle of the platform to alleviate congestion...When the Namboku Line opened, construction costs were reduced by utilizing existing doorways instead of constructing new doorways other than one dedicated elevator doorway..
It is the station where the station affairs district is located, and the Iidabashi area as the Iidabashi station affairs district,Kudanshitaarea,TakadanobabaManage the area..In the past, on the Tozai Line and Yurakucho LineIidabashi inspection areaHas been installed and is still used as a detention line even after its abolition.Iidabashi on the south side of this station on the Tozai linesubstationThere is (3 stories above ground), and there is an underground passage leading from the Nishifunabashi side to the substation..
Paid seat reserved train "S-TRAINOnly on weekday schedules, take the Yurakucho Line and stop at this station.In addition, it is not possible to board only within the Tokyo Metro line from this station (only for boarding)Shakujii Koen StationIt is possible to get on at and get off at this station)[Press 15].
|Tozai Line Home (2nd basement floor)|
|1||東西 線||Nishi-Funabashi-Tsudanuma-Toyo Katsutadaiaspect|
|Yurakucho Line / Namboku Line Home (3rd basement floor)|
|3||Yurakucho Line||Nagata Town-Yurakucho-Shinkibaaspect|
|5||Namboku Line||prince-Akabane Iwabuchi-Urawa Misonoaspect|
(Source:Tokyo Metro: Floor plan）
The departure melody (departure sign sound) is used in all platforms.
At the Tozai Line platformMukaiComposed melody (detailsTokyo Metro Tozai Line # departure melody), On the Yurakucho Line platform and the Namboku Line platformswitchUsing the production melody.
|1||東西 線||A Day in the METRO||Mukai|
|2||Beyond the Metropolis|
|3||Yurakucho Line||Lovely train||Naoya Fukushima|
|4||Whereabouts of the stars||Hiroshi Shiozuka|
|5||Namboku Line||A city with a slope|
|6||Jeux d'eau||Yasuyuki Yamazaki|
Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation
Island-type platform with 1 lines on 2 sideUnderground station..The platform is very deep, 32.1 m underground, to avoid the previously constructed Tokyo Metro lines.This station has a platform at the 7th deepest position on the entire Toei Subway / Oedo Line, and the height difference becomes large before and after this station.However, the station office is in a very shallow position, and the ventilation and lighting of the walls and ceiling are slightly exposed on the road, which can be seen from the part where passengers enter.
There are many subways around this stationMetropolitan ExpresswayNo. 5 Ikebukuro Line,Kanda River,Sewertube,TEPCO OfCaveThere are many important structures such as, On the groundSotobori Street,Mejiro streetThe Iidabashi intersection, where such things intersect, has a lot of traffic and it is difficult to regulate lanes for a long period of time, so it is special for construction.Shield construction methodIt was adopted..By adopting the world's first 3-core muddy water station shield method, the platform and passenger passage were excavated at the same time over a width of 17.1 m and a length of 275.0 m..
As a barrier-free facility, an elevator is installed on the ticket gate side of the Koraku area near Kasuga.In addition, although there is a wheelchair-accessible escalator on the transfer route between JR / Tokyo Metro and the Oedo Line, it takes a long time due to the distance.
Station operationsTokyo Metropolitan Transportation Cooperation AssociationIs outsourced to.
|1||Toei Oedo Line||Shinjuku West Exit-Tokyo Metropolitan Government-(Transfer in front of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office)Hikarigaokaaspect|
|2||Ueno Okachimachi-Both countries-Daimonaspect|
(Source:Toei Subway: Station map）
Oedo Line station design
Iidabashi Station on the Oedo Line, which opened in 2000,建築 家 OfMakoto WatanabeDesigned byArchitectural Institute of Japan AwardWon.. EspeciallyStairs-escalatorA green skeleton called a "web frame" that runs on the ceiling above gives structural and spatial conditions.ComputerIt is a work that embodies a semi-experimental architectural design method of morphogenesis by a program...The web frame is fitted with lighting.This techniqueKyushu ShinkansenShin Minamata StationIt is also used in the previous "Shin-Minamata Gate" (also designed by Makoto Sei Watanabe).In addition, the ventilation tower at the C3 entrance is designed with leaves, and together with the web frame, the plant grows its roots and blooms.
- JR East -2020 average dailyBoardingpersonnel The55,488Is[Number of passengers 1].
- Among the stations in the East Japan jurisdictionMinamikoshigaya Station57th place after.Of the Chuo Line and Sobu Line (between Chiba Station and Takao Station), Akihabara Station is the only station that stops (including rapid trains west of Nakano Station on the Chuo Line).Nishi-Funabashi StationIt is the third most common after.Most in the double-track section of the Chuo Line.
- Tokyo Metro -2020 average dailyGetting on and offpersonnel The116,578Is[Number of passengers 2].
- Among all 130 stations of Tokyo MetroShibuya Station14th place after.This value does not include transfer personnel between Tokyo Metro lines.
- The average daily passengers by route in 2018, including the number of passengers transferring between Tokyo Metro lines, are as follows:[Boarding data 1].
- Tozai Line- 179,917 --On the same line, it ranks 7th after Otemachi Station, Nishifunabashi Station, Nihonbashi Station, Kayabacho Station, Takadanobaba Station, and Kudanshita Station.
- Yurakucho Line- 181,663 --On the same line, it ranks 6th after Kotake Mukaihara Station, Yurakucho Station, Toyosu Station, Ikebukuro Station, and Wakoichi Station.
- Namboku Line- 121,434 --On the same line, it ranks third after Tameike Sanno Station and Meguro Station.
- Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation -2020 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel22,323(Passengers: 11,165, exits: 11,158)[Number of passengers 3].
- 38th out of 26 stations on the Oedo Line.
Average daily number of passengers by year
Daily average for each yearGetting on and offThe personnel are as shown in the table below (excluding JR).
- Tokyo Metro value does not include transfer personnel on the Tokyo Metro line.
|年度||Organization / Tokyo Metro||Toei Subway|
Boarding and alighting personnel
|Rate of increase||Daily average|
Boarding and alighting personnel
|Rate of increase|
|2019 (first year of Reiwa)||194,569||−1.9%||34,055||−0.7%|
|2020 (Reiwa2 years)||116,578||−40.1%||22,323||−34.5%|
Daily average number of passengers by year (1s-1920s)
Daily average for each yearBoardingThe personnel are as shown in the table below.
|1928 (Showa3 years)||[Note 1]6,873||[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 2]|
|1929 (Showa4 years)||22,075||[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 3]|
|1930 (Showa5 years)||21,675||[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 4]|
|1931 (Showa6 years)||20,070||[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 5]|
|1932 (Showa7 years)||20,559||[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 6]|
|1933 (Showa8 years)||21,220||[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 7]|
|1934 (Showa9 years)||21,963||[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 8]|
|1935||22,120||[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 9]|
Daily average number of passengers by year (1-1953)
|東西 線||Yurakucho Line||Namboku Line|
|[Tokyo statistics 1]|
|1954||51,140||[Tokyo statistics 2]|
|1955||56,950||[Tokyo statistics 3]|
|1956||62,866||[Tokyo statistics 4]|
|1957||65,824||[Tokyo statistics 5]|
|1958||69,811||[Tokyo statistics 6]|
|1959||73,828||[Tokyo statistics 7]|
|1960||78,365||[Tokyo statistics 8]|
|1961||82,061||[Tokyo statistics 9]|
|1962||86,739||[Tokyo statistics 10]|
|1963||92,161||[Tokyo statistics 11]|
|1964||96,718||[Note 2]6,099||[Tokyo statistics 12]|
|1965||100,878||9,020||[Tokyo statistics 13]|
|1966||106,314||12,415||[Tokyo statistics 14]|
|1967||108,787||16,365||[Tokyo statistics 15]|
|1968||109,088||20,900||[Tokyo statistics 16]|
|1969||91,779||26,726||[Tokyo statistics 17]|
|1970||91,003||29,540||[Tokyo statistics 18]|
|1971||92,579||31,311||[Tokyo statistics 19]|
|1972||92,937||32,195||[Tokyo statistics 20]|
|1973||92,696||30,299||[Tokyo statistics 21]|
|1974||95,455||33,896||[Tokyo statistics 22]|
|1975||90,995||42,339||[Tokyo statistics 23]|
|1976||91,830||30,652||13,485||[Tokyo statistics 24]|
|1977||89,649||31,934||14,849||[Tokyo statistics 25]|
|1978||92,093||30,923||14,967||[Tokyo statistics 26]|
|1979||89,880||31,186||15,770||[Tokyo statistics 27]|
|1980||80,597||29,134||17,468||[Tokyo statistics 28]|
|1981||80,110||29,326||18,375||[Tokyo statistics 29]|
|1982||77,510||29,063||18,455||[Tokyo statistics 30]|
|1983||77,806||29,609||20,134||[Tokyo statistics 31]|
|1984||80,666||30,526||22,926||[Tokyo statistics 32]|
|1985||82,896||31,570||24,882||[Tokyo statistics 33]|
|1986||85,370||32,775||26,718||[Tokyo statistics 34]|
|1987||87,571||33,809||28,120||[Tokyo statistics 35]|
|1988||93,296||34,773||30,712||[Tokyo statistics 36]|
|1989 (first year of Heisei)||92,247||34,221||30,671||[Tokyo statistics 37]|
|1990 (Heisei2 years)||94,211||34,334||31,274||[Tokyo statistics 38]|
|1991 (Heisei3 years)||96,093||34,014||31,478||[Tokyo statistics 39]|
|1992 (Heisei4 years)||96,110||33,819||31,605||[Tokyo statistics 40]|
|1993 (Heisei5 years)||95,734||33,441||31,430||[Tokyo statistics 41]|
|1994 (Heisei6 years)||93,625||32,753||30,482||[Tokyo statistics 42]|
|1995 (Heisei7 years)||92,814||31,811||30,077||[Note 3]4,167||[Tokyo statistics 43]|
|1996 (Heisei8 years)||91,036||31,816||29,329||4,227||[Tokyo statistics 44]|
|1997 (Heisei9 years)||88,746||30,151||29,611||5,666||[Tokyo statistics 45]|
|1998||89,016||29,847||29,778||6,685||[Tokyo statistics 46]|
|1999||[JR 1]89,641||29,478||29,265||7,183||[Tokyo statistics 47]|
|2000||[JR 2]91,145||30,074||30,101||9,003||[Note 4]8,273||[Tokyo statistics 48]|
Average daily number of passengers by year (since 1)
|年度||JR East||Organization / Tokyo Metro||Toei Subway||Source|
|東西 線||Yurakucho Line||Namboku Line|
|2001||[JR 3]88,967||29,841||31,033||11,603||9,748||[Tokyo statistics 49]|
|2002||[JR 4]88,522||29,192||30,929||12,047||10,593||[Tokyo statistics 50]|
|2003||[JR 5]88,453||29,459||31,445||12,768||11,044||[Tokyo statistics 51]|
|2004||[JR 6]88,001||29,699||32,123||13,200||11,408||[Tokyo statistics 52]|
|2005||[JR 7]88,647||30,386||32,803||13,816||12,175||[Tokyo statistics 53]|
|2006||[JR 8]88,891||30,784||33,373||14,271||12,732||[Tokyo statistics 54]|
|2007||[JR 9]90,572||32,566||35,448||15,481||13,361||[Tokyo statistics 55]|
|2008||[JR 10]90,405||33,184||35,397||16,216||13,439||[Tokyo statistics 56]|
|2009||[JR 11]90,153||34,797||35,033||16,378||13,322||[Tokyo statistics 57]|
|2010||[JR 12]90,363||33,022||34,959||16,647||13,709||[Tokyo statistics 58]|
|2011||[JR 13]90,763||32,445||34,549||16,842||13,664||[Tokyo statistics 59]|
|2012||[JR 14]91,359||32,967||35,241||17,353||14,204||[Tokyo statistics 60]|
|2013||[JR 15]91,196||33,233||36,337||17,699||14,577||[Tokyo statistics 61]|
|2014||[JR 16]91,325||34,012||37,137||18,232||15,262||[Tokyo statistics 62]|
|2015||[JR 17]94,034||35,260||38,822||19,571||15,973||[Tokyo statistics 63]|
|2016||[JR 18]93,962||36,282||39,682||20,164||16,357||[Tokyo statistics 64]|
|2017||[JR 19]93,871||37,282||40,452||20,866||16,709||[Tokyo statistics 65]|
|2018||[JR 20]92,988||37,858||40,899||21,449||17,197||[Tokyo statistics 66]|
|2019 (first year of Reiwa)||[JR 21]90,304||37,298||39,336||21,683||17,056||[Tokyo statistics 67]|
|2020 (Reiwa2 years)||[JR 22]55,488||11,165|
- ^ Opened March 1928, 11.
- ^ Opened June 1964, 12. Data for a total of 23 days from the opening date to March 3 of the following year.
- ^ Opened on March 1996, 3. Data for a total of 26 days from the opening date to March 3 of the same year.
- ^ Opened June 2000, 12. Data for a total of 12 days from the opening date to March 3 of the following year.
Around the station
- Imperial PalaceSotobori
- Iidabashi(The bridge from which the station name was derived)
- Kanda River
- Iidabashi Central Plaza
- Located on the northwest side of the JR station, between the east and west exitsStation buildingA general store is located on the lower floors, and a residential building (Chiyoda Ward side) and an office building (Tokyo Iidabashi Government Building, Shinjuku Ward side) are located on it. doing.
- Tokyo Minsei Children's Committee
- Tokyo Metropolitan Mother and Child Welfare Council
- Tokyo Metropolitan Federation of Physically Handicapped Persons
- Tokyo Council of Social Welfare
- Tokyovolunteer・ Citizen activity center
- Tokyo Metropolitan Elderly Research and Welfare Promotion Foundation
- Tokyo Consumer Affairs Center
- Tokyo Central Youth Hostel
- I garden air
- Iidabashi Plano・ Plano Mall
- Iidabashi Grand Bloom[Press 17]
- oldTokyo Metropolitan Police Hospital, Former Fujimi Church, Former Iidabashi Post Office
- Shuto Expressway No. 5 Ikebukuro Line
- Shinjuku Ward Tsukudo Elementary School
- Mejiro street(Tokyo Metropolitan Route 8 Chiyoda Nerima radio）
- Okubo street(Tokyo Metropolitan Road No. 25 Iidabashi Ishigami Shinza Line）
- Waseda Street(Kagurazaka Street)
- Sotobori Street(Tokyo Metropolitan Route 405 Outer Moat Loop Line）
- Sotobori Park Street
- Chiyoda Ward Office Fujimi branch office / Fujimi ward hall
- Tokyo Kuseikan
- Kojimachi Iidabashi Dori Post Office
- Shinjuku Kagurazaka Post Office
- Iidabashi Station East Exit Post Office
- Nippon Dental University
- Nippon Dental University Hospital
- Nippon Dental University Tokyo Junior College
- Tokyo University of Science Kagurazaka school building
- Hosei University Ichigaya Campus
- Chiyoda Kudan Secondary School
- Hyosung Elementary School
- Hyosung Middle School/High School
- Shirayuri Gakuen Elementary School
- Shirayuri Gakuen Junior and Senior High School
- Tokyo Institute of Tourism
- Anstitut Francais Tokyo
- Regional Medical Function Promotion Organization Tokyo Shinjuku Medical Center
- Tokyo Communication Hospital
- General Assembly of Koreans in JapanCentral Headquarters
- Hotel Grand Palace
- IidabashiPublic Employment Security Office(Hello Work Iidabashi)
- Tokyo Work Center
- Koishikawa Korakuen
- Tsukudo Shrine
- Tokyo Ojingu
- Yasukuni Shrine
- Home Association of Light
- Tokyo University of AgricultureOpening monument
- Material shop Iidabashi store
- Product baobab
- Teiko Gym
- Akita Shoten
- Take Shobo
- Kumagai GumiMain office
The closest to the station is "In front of Iidabashi station"It is a stop, and there are other"Iidabashi"When"Toei Iidabashi station square"Stop, Bunkyo-ku community bus"B-guru" of"Koishikawa Korakuen entrance"When"Koraku XNUMX-chomeThe bus stop is also close.Chiyoda Ward Community Welfare Transportation "Wind carIs also available.
The Toei Iidabashi station square stop was used until December 2000, 12.Autumn 76 system・ It is installed at the same position as the Iidabashi terminal stop.
- In front of Iidabashi station
- Rice 64 : KudanshitaCirculationKotakibashi garageRow
- Rice 64:Edogawa Bridge-Waseda-Takadanobaba・ For Kotakibashi garage
- Chiyoda Ward Community Welfare Transportation "Wind car』: Fujimi / Jimbocho route via Chiyoda Ward Office via" Emifuru "Welfare Center for Persons with Disabilities
- Rice 62: Toei Iidabashi Station (small number)
- Rice 62:National International Medical Center-Shin-Okubo StationVia Kotakibashi garage line (small number)
- Rice 64: Iidabashi Station, Kudanshita
- Rice 64: For Kotakibashi garage via Edogawabashi / Waseda / Takadanobaba
- Toei Iidabashi station square
- Rice 62: For Kotakibashi garage
- Subway Iidabashi Station East Exit
- Chiyoda Ward Community Welfare Transportation "Kazeguruma": Kojimachi Route For Chiyoda Ward Office
- Koishikawa Korakuen entrance
- Koraku XNUMX-chome
- Bunkyo-ku community bus "B-guru": towards Kasuga station
- East Japan Railway (JR East)
- Chuo/Sobu Line (stop at each station)
- Tokyo Subway (Tokyo Metro)
- Tozai Line (Toyo Town(All trains stop at each station in the west)
- Yurakucho Line
- Namboku Line (All trains stop at each station on the line)
- Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau (Toei Subway)
- Toei Oedo Line
- ^ a b c All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 22
- ^ a b All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 23
- ^ a b All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 24
- ^ All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 25
- ^ a b History of Teito High Speed Transportation Corps, P.582.
- ^ "The last day of the Toden 15 system of "Iidabashi", which was fueled by the student activism, "Goodbye decorative train" did not run ... Serialization "TOKYO 50 years ago when the tram stared"". AERA dot.. Asahi Shimbun Publishing (February 2019, 7). As of February 6, 2020オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2020/8/23Browse.
- ^ History of Teito High Speed Transportation Corps, P.594.
- ^ All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 27
- ^ a b c d History of Teito High Speed Transportation Corps, Pp.236 --237.
- ^ History of Teito High Speed Transportation Corps, P.615.
- ^ Takayoshi Fukuda (Teito Rapid Transit Authority, Transportation Headquarters, Transportation Department, Operation Division) "1996.3.26 Opening of Yotsuya Extension, Teito Rapid Transit Authority"Railway pictorial』Volume 46 No. 6 (Volume No. 622),Electric Vehicle Study Group, July 1996, 6, pp. 1-102, ISSN 0040-4047 .
- ^ Yutaka Sekine (Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation Corporate Planning Office) "Review: Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation-Aiming to provide high-quality public transportation services-" "Railway pictorial』Vol. 51 No. 7 (Vol. 704),Electric Vehicle Study Group, March 2001, 7, p. 10, ISSN 0040-4047 .
- ^ "(PDF)(Japanese). Stationmaster Iidabashi / Mayor Ueno Construction District. As of May 2020, 5オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2020/5/27Browse.
- ^ "Information list> 3/18 (Thursday) STATION BOOTH will open in 9 new locations!”. STATION WORK (December 2021, 3). As of December 17, 2021オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2021/3/22Browse.
- ^ a b c "(PDF)”(Japanese). JTSU-E Tokyo Jimoto (October 2020, 10). As of October 5, 2020オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2020/10/6Browse.
- ^ a b c ""Iidabashi Station" home relocation, sharp curve disappearing danger elimination Not only curve but also steep slope mitigation work". 東洋 経 済 オ ン ラ イ ンToyo Keizai Inc. p. 2 (November 2020, 7). As of May 12, 2020オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2020/7/23Browse.
- ^ "JR Iidabashi Station, new platform and new station building in service / Elimination of gaps and steps between trains and platforms”(Japanese). Tekken Corporation (February 2020, 7). As of February 15, 2021オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2021/3/27Browse.
- ^ a b c d e f g h Tokyo subway Extracted from the official website (viewed on May 2019, 5)
- ^ a b Takashi Sekita (Business Administration Department, Corporate Planning Headquarters, Tokyo Metro) "Review: Tokyo Metro" "Railway pictorial』Vol. 66 No. 12 (Vol. 926),Electric Vehicle Study Group, March 2016, 12, p. 10, ISSN 0040-4047 .
- ^ Tokyo subway Namboku line construction history, Pp.340 ・ 564 --569.
- ^ Tokyo Metro Tozai Line Construction History, Pp.335 --337 ・ 580.
- ^ "Personal use of sound sources on social media”(Japanese). Switch official siteSwitch. 2019/10/3Browse.
- ^ "(PDF)". Tokyo Metro "Namboku Line" adopts new station melody Production: Switch Co., Ltd.Switch (March 2015, 3). As of July 2, 2019オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2021/3/28Browse.
- ^ a b c "Oedo Line Construction Story How to Make a Subway-From Planning to Opening-" Oedo Line Construction Story Compilation Committee, supervised by the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation,Narusando bookstore, November 2015, 7, first edition, pp. 1-112.ISBN 978-4-425-96231-0.
- ^ a b "Subway Oedo Line Iidabashi Station Construction Zone”(Japanese). Kumagai Gumi.As of August 2021, 2オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2021/2/14Browse.
- ^ "ALGORITHMIC DESIGN / INDUCTION DESIGN Toei Oedo Line Iidabashi Station 2000”(Japanese). ALGORITHMIC DESIGN / INDUCTION DESIGN.As of August 2021, 11オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2021/11/23Browse.
- ^ ""Web frame" at Iidabashi Station on the Toei Oedo Line”(Japanese). Kikukawa Kogyo (September 2019, 9). As of April 24, 2021オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2021/11/23Browse.
Press release material
- ^ "(PDF)”(Japanese). East Japan Railway Company. As of May 2019, 7オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2020/4/23Browse.
- ^ “From “Underground Subway” to “Tokyo Metro”” (Japanese) (Press Release), Teito Rapid Transit Authority, (January 2004, 1), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2006, 7. 2020/3/25Browse.
- ^ "PASMO will start service on Sunday, March 3th-Introduced by 18 railway operators and 23 bus operators, and will gradually expand-" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), PASMO Council / Pasmo, (December 2006, 12), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 5. 2020/5/5Browse.
- ^ “Installed at Chikawa, Toyosu and Tatsumi stations, installation of home doors is completed at all stations on the Yurakucho line! Installation of home doors is completed at 179 stations out of 84 stations, improving safety on the platform” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyo Metro, (July 2013, 8), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 7. 2020/7/23Browse.
- ^ “Renewal of the departure melody of the Namboku Line! We will introduce a new departure melody at each station.” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyo Metro, (July 2015, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 5. 2020/3/25Browse.
- ^ “Kudanshita Station “Under a Large Onion ~Haruka Momoi”” Nihonbashi Station “Edo Nihonbashi” Adopting a departure melody on the Tozai Line! (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyo Metro, (July 2015, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2018, 6. 2020/3/11Browse.
- ^ a b c d "Iidabashi Station will be safer and more convenient-About the start of service of the new home, New West Exit station building and pedestrian space-" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Tokyo Branch, (February 2020, 6), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6. 2020/6/16Browse.
- ^ “Notice of new opening of Ekinaka commercial space in the Tokyo metropolitan area, opening date and shop decision” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), JR East Retail Net, (July 2020, 7), p. 9, オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7. 2020/7/9Browse.
- ^ “Ekinaka commercial spaces will be created one after another in the spring of 2020!-Development at 12 stations in the Tokyo metropolitan area including along the Yamanote Line-” (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company / JR East Retail Net, (February 2020, 2), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 2. 2020/2/28Browse.
- ^ "STATION WORK will expand to a network of 2020 locations in 100-Expand all over the eastern Japan area at once. We will propose new work styles such as hotel work and gym work-" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (September 2021, 2), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 2. 2021/2/8Browse.
- ^ "Iidabashi Station West Exit Station Building 2nd Floor" Historic Site View Terrace "will be in service" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Tokyo Branch, (February 2021, 6), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 6. 2021/6/15Browse.
- ^ "Ekinaka Commercial Space" Ecute Edition Iidabashi "Grand Opening!" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Tokyo Branch / JR East Cross Station, (June 2021, 6), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 6. 2021/6/30Browse.
- ^ "About the start of drastic safety measures at the platform of Iidabashi Station on the JR Chuo Line" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (September 2014, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 10. 2020/5/27Browse.
- ^ “About the March 2020 timetable revision” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (December 2019, 12), p. 13, オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 12. 2020/7/23Browse.
- ^ "Nickname and details of paid seat reserved trains have been decided! "S-TRAIN" starts operating from Saturday, March 2017, 3!" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Seibu Railway / Tokyo Subway / Tokyu Corporation / Yokohama Minatomirai Railway, (January 2017, 1), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2018, 12. 2020/5/27Browse.
- ^ "Expanding STATION WORK Hotel Alliance Plans-Relaxing Telework at City Hotel Metropolitan Hotels (Ikebukuro / Iidabashi)-" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company / Nippon Hotel, (June 2020, 12), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 12. 2020/12/21Browse.
- ^ "Iidabashi Station West Exit District Type 6 Urban Redevelopment Project [Office / Commercial Building]" Iidabashi Grand Bloom "[Residential Building]" Park Court Chiyoda Fujimi The Tower "Completed on June 15th, Grand Opening on October 10th Commercial Zone "Iidabashi Sakura Terrace" store opening decision " (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Iidabashi Station West Exit District Urban Redevelopment Association, (May 2014, 5), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2018, 8. 2020/7/9Browse.
- ^ "Komagome on the Namboku Line-Yotsuya Today Extension Opening Ceremony at Korakuen Station". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 3. (July 1996, 3)
- ^ a b c d "JR Iidabashi Station to eliminate" the most dangerous home in Tokyo "with 33 cm gaps and falling one after another". Mainichi Newspapers(November 2020, 7). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7. 2020/7/9Browse.
- ^ "[Practice of all possible measures] Improvement of Iidabashi Station of JR East Challenge to unprecedented construction". Construction Newspaper(November 2020, 8). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 5. 2021/5/26Browse.
- JR/subway average daily passengers
- JR East's passenger numbers since 1999
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (1999) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2000) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2001) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2002) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2003) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2004) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2005) -JR East
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- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2008) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2009) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2010) -JR East
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- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2012) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2013) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2014) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2015) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2016) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2017) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2018) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2019) -JR East
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (2020) -JR East
- JR/Subway statistical data
- Tokyo prefectural statistics
- Tokyo statistical yearbook
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- ^ 31, the first year of Reiwa
- "Tokyo Metro Tozai Line Construction HistoryTeito Rapid Transit Authority, June 1978, 7.
- "Tokyo subway Namboku line construction historyTeito Rapid Transit Authority, June 2002, 3.
- "Teito High Speed Transportation CorpsHistoryTokyo subway, February 2004.
- Sone Satoru(Supervised) "Chuo Main Line" "Weekly All Railways in History JNR / JR" No. 5,Asahi Shimbun Publishing, August 2009, 8.
- Station information (Iidabashi station): JR East
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