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Shinjuku Station

Shinjuku Station(Shinjuku-eki) isTokyoShinjuku wardandShibuya WardLocated in[1],East Japan Railway(JR East)Keio Electric Railway-Odakyu Electric Railway-Tokyo subway(Tokyo Metro)Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation(Toei Subway)ofstation.

The number of passengers is the largest in the world,Guinness World RecordsIs also certified[Newspaper 1].


In TokyoFukutoshin-Shinjukuに 位置 す るTerminal station.1885ToJapan RailwayBy the currentYamanote LineIs the beginning of this station. Four years later1889ToMinamitoshima-gunYodobashi TownWill be.At the beginning of thisTokyo cityNot included in the city of TokyoSuburbAs the surrounding area was widespread.From the time of opening until the announcement of the plan to make Shinjuku a subcenter, the area around this station was still quiet on the outskirts of the city, and there were few passengers.1923 OfGreat Kanto EarthquakeIn the wake ofAsakusa,Ginza,NihonbashiThe ground is weakDowntownThe downtown area of ​​Tokyo was devastated, and the population shifted to Shinjuku and the suburbs of western Tokyo, where the surface ground is relatively strong.As the city gradually expands to the west, in the western part of Tokyo CityTerminal stationAs many private railways will come in.As the terminal became a terminal and the surrounding area developed, the number of passengers continued to increase.1931ToPrivate railway,Japan National Railways (JNR)The number of users including the above became the number one in Japan[Newspaper 2]..In addition, as it grows as a major railway base, the east exit has been one of the leading in Tokyo since before the war.DowntownIt developed as.And1966By the number of passengersIkebukuro StationThis station is the number one in Japan with 41 people, surpassing 67 people[2].. further1960 eraFrom the west side of this station (Nishi-Shinjuku) In the Shinjuku subcenter plan,70 eraThere are manySkyscraper office buildingWas built, which spurred an increase in users.

In western TokyoTama areaAroundSuburb OfBed townFrom Shinjuku Station and lines such as the Chuo Line and private railways that connectChiyoda Ward,Minato-kuSubway lines and JR lines that extend to the city center are concentrated, and many commuters and students use it to transfer from the suburbs to the city center.Furthermore, the area around this station is the largest in Japan, centered on the east exit.Downtown-Red light districtThe flow of people does not stop day and night.In addition, the west exit (Nishi-Shinjuku) boasts one of the largest scales in Tokyo with a forest of skyscrapers.office StreetIs. Centering on the JR station, the east, west, and south exits, surrounding subway stations, commercial facilities, etc. are widely connected by passages and underground malls.

The average daily number of passengers is about 1 million (353)[3] とThe best in the world(Guinness World RecordsCertified) Many stationsAndUnderpassConnect withSeibu Shinjuku Station-Shinjuku West Exit StationIf we include up to about 377 million (2017), this number is横 浜 市,ShizuokaIs equal to the population of.

Boarding line

It is a terminal station for JR East, Keio Electric Railway, Odakyu Electric Railway, Tokyo Metro, and Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau. Of the followingKeio LineとOdakyu Odawara Line-Toei Subway Shinjuku LineIs starting from this station.

JR East

The line that runs into the JR East station isYamanote LineとChuo Main Line(For details, see the route article and "Name of railway line)), take the Yamanote line of this stationAffiliation lineI am trying. On the other hand, there are various driving systems operating at this station as follows. Also,Specific city areaIn the systemWithin Tokyo"andTokyo Yamanote LineBelong to. Also, at the JR East station, SJK "ofThree letter codeIs given.

On the Yamanote line (on the track name),Train lineTo runLoop lineBesides the Yamanote line train asYamate freight lineTo runSaikyo LineとShonan Shinjuku LineWill stop all trains. In the passenger information, each is treated as a separate route. Also,Airport contact express"Narita ExpressOrTobu NikkoDirect express trains also operate via the Yamanote freight line.

On the Chuo Main Line,Express lineTo runChuo Line Rapid TrainWhen,Slow lineTo runChuo/Sobu Line stationsThere are two systems in operation. Also,Kofu Station-Matsumoto StationThere are also limited express trains bound for the area (in the double-track section, the express train runs).

Keio Electric Railway

The line that runs into the Keio Electric Railway station is on the line nameKeio LineHowever, the driving system is direct from the Keio Line starting from this station and the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line.Keio New LineThe station where the former arrives and departs is called "Keio Line Shinjuku Station", and the latter is called "New Line Shinjuku Station".Keio Hachioji StationIn addition to trains bound forKitano StationからTakao LineTrains that go directly toChofu StationからSagamihara LineThere is also a train that goes directly to.Common to Keio Line Shinjuku Station and New Line Shinjuku StationKO 01The station number is given.Keio Line Shinjuku Station and New Line Shinjuku Station belong to Shinjuku District independently[Annotation 2].

Odakyu Electric Railway

For Odakyu lines, there are various stations starting from this station, including express trains and express trains.Odawara StationFor up toOdawara Line,Sagamiono StationからEnoshima LineTrains that go directly toShinyurigaoka StationからTama LineThere are direct trains running to.Limited express romance carAhead of Odawara station,Hakone Tozan Railway Railway LineHakone Yumoto StationGo straight to. "OH 01Station number is given.

Tokyo subway

The lines of the Tokyo subway (Tokyo Metro) areMarunouchi LineIs on board and is given a station number.

Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation

The Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei Subway) has two lines, and each line is given a station number.

Other railway lines

The following stations are connected by underground passages, but some railway companies have officially connected stations.

  • Seibu Shinjuku Station (Seibu Shinjuku Line)- Shinjuku SubnardContact via. Shinjuku Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (and Shinjuku West Exit Station on the Toei Oedo Line) is treated as the same station, and transfer discounts may be applied. In addition, except for the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line and Oedo Line, we also handle commuter passes with commuter passes with Shinjuku Station on other lines (Seibu Shinjuku Line-Toei Subway Shinjuku Station connections are available from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station)Tochomae StationIn addition toNakai StationIt is also handled by connection).
  • Shinjuku West Exit Station (Toei Subway Oedo Line)-It is treated as the same station as Shinjuku Station or Seibu Shinjuku Station on the Marunouchi Line, and may be subject to transfer discounts. In addition, except for the Toei Shinjuku Line and Oedo Line, commuter transport is also available via commuter tickets to Shinjuku Station on other lines. The Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation guides you to use Shinjuku West Exit Station and Shinjuku Station properly depending on the destination when transferring from another company's line to the Oedo line.[5].
  • Shinjuku-sanchome Station(Tokyo Metro Marunouchi LineFukutoshin Line, Toei Subway Shinjuku Line)- Shinjuku streetUnderground passage directly below and directly above the Marunouchi line (Metro Promenade)andKoshu HighwayContact the underground passage directly below.

Contact with each subway line

Transit discounts may be applied between Keio, Odakyu, Tokyo Metro, and Toei Subway at this station, but the discount may differ depending on the operator you contact. In addition,Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Toei Subway Shinjuku Line/Oedo LineBecause the distance between both stations is far,No transit discount applies.Transfer between Marunouchi Line and Shinjuku Line at Shinjuku Sanchome Station, transfer between Marunouchi Line and Oedo Line between Tokyo Metro Shinjuku Station and Toei Shinjuku West Exit Station (same station) or Shinjuku Sanchome Station-Shinjuku Station only Shinjuku Line Transfer via (orNakanosakaue StationIf you make a connection, a transfer discount of 70 yen will be applied.

Whether transit discounts are applied(○: Applicable, ×: Not applicable)

○○Tokyo Metro
○○×Toei Shinjuku Station
××○×Toei Shinjuku West Exit Station


The station name of Shinjuku station isEdo PeriodIn Koshu (Koshu Highway)ofNihonbashiとTakaidoNewly made duringPost"Naito ShinjukuIs derived from.

1885(Meiji18 years)May 3, Japan's firstPrivate railway(Virtual semi-public and semi-private company)Japan Railway Akabane - ShinagawaMa (later part of the Yamanote Line andAkabane LineCorresponds to)Branch lineOpened.As the intermediate station, "Naito Shinjuku StationOpened[6]..This is what happened at Shinjuku station today[6]..The first station building is the current east exit of Shinjuku StationStation building"LUMINE EST ShinjukuWas in the position of "(former: My City)"[6]..The first station buildingwoodenでTicket gateIs 1 places[6], The train was a 2-car train[6]..At that time, there was a station on the outskirts of the town, so in front of the stationChayaThere is only[6], About 1 passengers a day[6][7], It was said that it was rarely used on rainy days[7].

Then1889(22th year of Meiji)May 4,Kobu RailwayBy Shinjuku- TachikawaOpened in the same year, the same yearMay 8ToHachiojiWas stretched to.

1906(Meiji 39) In March, the improvement work inside Shinjuku Station was completed.[6].. The second station building has moved from the current east exit to the "Koshu exit" (currently near the south exit, along the Koshu highway)[6]..With the relocation of the station building, the Kobu Railway will have the "Koshu Exit" at the south end of the station and the "Ome Exit" at the north end (currently near the West Exit).Okubo StationLeaningOme HighwayAlong) in two placesplatformInstalled[6]..Near OmeguchiYodobashiToYodobashi water purification plantThere is alsoTokyo District Exclusive BureauYodobashi FactoryGinzaSan-chome(Ginza MatsuyaIt responded to commuting demand because the number of workers working nearby increased, such as by moving from the back).[6].. same yearMay 3ToRailway National Law Announce, This yearMay 10Kobu RailwaynationalizationDoneChuo Main LineBecame part of[6].

1923(Taisho 12nd year)Great Kanto EarthquakeThe city center of Tokyo was devastated.People affected by the earthquakeAsakusa,Both countriesSuch asDowntownFromgroundStable in western TokyoMusashino PlateauMoved to, and the flow of people changed drastically[6]..As a result, the number of users at Shinjuku Station has increased rapidly.[6].. Next day1924In (Taisho 13), expansion work was carried out for reconstruction after the earthquake, and the two platforms on the Chuo Line built by the Kobu Railway were unified.[6].1925(Taisho 14)Reinforced concreteThe two-story third-generation station building was completed[6]..And four years after the earthquake1927(ShowaAs early as 2 years), the number of passengers per day reached the highest in Japan.[6].

Around this time, private railways also entered one after another,1915(TaishoIn 4th year), Keio Electric Orbit (currently Keio Electric Railway) was placed on the Koshu Highway at the south exit.1923(12th year of Taisho) Imperial light Seibu orbit line (laterToden Suginami Line) Is at the east exit1927(ShowaIn 2nd year), Odawara Kyuko Railway (currently Odakyu Electric Railway) opened Shinjuku Station at the west exit.

The starting point of Shinjuku on the Keio Line is not Shinjuku Station, but the Shinjuku Oiwake intersection, near the current location of Shinjuku XNUMX-chome Station (IsetanIt was on the street on the south side of the intersection of the Shinjuku store. Later, it was relocated to an adjacent off-road land and named itself Keio Shinjuku Station,Pacific WarTerminal1945(Showa 20)Air raidでHatsudai OfsubstationIn July of the same year, the train could not run on the steep slope of the south exit overpass due to the impact of the Keio Line voltage drop due to the disaster.Toyoko Line Shinjuku StationIt has moved to the current west exit, which was the planned site.

The first Shinjuku station was located west of Naito Shinjuku (currently near Shinjuku 1-3 chome), which once prospered as a post town, but the second station building was built along the Koshu highway, so the highway Shops begin to line up along the line, and it becomes crowded from the post town to the area around Shinjuku Station.[6]..Furthermore, as the 3rd generation station building moved along the Oume Kaido, the east exit of the stationDowntownSpread along the Oume Kaido[6]..By this time, near Shinjuku stationDepartment storeOpened,1926(Taisho 15nd year)Hoteiya[8],1930(Showa 5)MitsukoshiShinjuku store (currently:BICQLO) Is open[8].1933(Showa 8)IsetanOpened[8], The hoteiya in the adjacent land1935Acquired in (Showa 10)[8].

After the war1952(Showa 27)Seibu RailwayShinjuku Line is Seibu Shinjuku Station (KabukichoIt was stretched to (near).In addition, each subway line is open at Shinjuku Station.1960 eraThe Keio Line, which was running on the Koshu Highway immediately after leaving Shinjuku Station, was underground to eliminate the road section, and the Odakyu Odawara Line also has two layers of stations to secure departure and arrival lines in a limited space. It was made.1964(Showa 39)People station(National railway OfStation building) As the east exitShinjuku station building(Later, through "My City"LUMINE EST Shinjuku) Was opened[6].

At one time when the platforms of Keio and Odakyu were on the ground, the platform numbers were serial numbers in the order of JNR (currently JR) → Odakyu → Keio.At that time, contact connecting the stations of each companyoverpassWas installed and used for transfer.AlsoGaugeHowever, a connecting line was set up between the same JNR and Odakyu.

Chronological Table

  • 1885(Meiji18 years)May 3 : TokyoMinamitoshima-gunTsunohazu VillageToJapan RailwayStation opens. Cargo business also started[9].
  • 1889(22th year of Meiji)May 4 : Kobu RailwayStation opened[10].
  • 1906(39th year of Meiji)
  • 1909(42th year of Meiji)May 10 : Track nameBecame a member of the Yamanote Line when enacted.
  • 1915(Taisho4 years)May 5:京王電気軌道(京王電鉄の前身)の駅が甲州街道上に開業(当時は停車場前)[12].
  • 1923(Taisho 12)May 12: Imperial Light Seibu Orbit Line (laterTodenSuginami Line) Station opens at the east exit.
  • 1927(Showa2 years)
    • May 4: Opening of Odawara Express Railway (predecessor of Odakyu Electric Railway)[13].
    • May 10:京王ビルを建設し、京王電気軌道(京王電鉄の前身)の駅が当ビルの1階に移転[14][15].
  • 1937(昭和12年)5月1日:京王電気軌道(京王電鉄の前身)の駅が四谷新宿駅からKeio Shinjuku StationRenamed to[15].
  • 1942(Showa 17) May 5: Odakyu Electric Railway station opened due to merger during the warTokyu Electric Railway小田原線の駅となる[16].
  • 1944(19)May 5:戦時中の合併により京王電気軌道の駅が東京急行電鉄の駅となる[15].
  • 1945(20)
    • May 5: Damaged by air raid[17].
    • May 7:京王電鉄(当時はDaitokyu)の四谷新宿駅が国鉄青梅口(現在の西口)に移転[17][18].
  • 1948(23)May 6:東京急行電鉄の分割により東京急行電鉄の駅が京王帝都電鉄(現・京王電鉄)および小田急電鉄の駅になる[16][18].
  • 1952(27)May 3: Seibu Shinjuku Station opening[19].
  • 1959(34)May 3 : Corporation subwayMarunouchi Line station opens[20].
  • 1961(36)
    • May 2: Teito Rapid Transit Authority Ogikubo Line (currently Marunouchi Line Shinjuku Station- Ogikubo Station(Between) is opened.
    • May 12: JNR Koshu Exit (later South Exit) station building burned down in a fire[21].
  • 1962(37)May 11:小田急百貨店(現在のハルク)がオープン[16][22].
  • 1963(38)
    • April 4: Shinjuku Station of Keio Teito Electric Railway becomes an underground station. With the roadCombined trackSwitch from[23][15].
    • December 12: Abolition of Toden Suginami Line[23].
    • May 12: Reconstruction of JNR Koshu Exit (South Exit) station building[24].
  • 1964(39)
    • May 2:小田急電鉄新宿駅第1次大改良工事完成[16]。立体式ターミナルになり地下ホームの使用を開始する[25][26].
    • May 5: Completed JNR East Exit station building with 8 floors above ground and 3 floors below ground[26].
    • May 11 : Keio Department Store ShinjukuOpen[27].
  • 1966(41)May 11: West exit station square is completed[28].
  • 1967(42)
  • 1968(43)May 10 : Shinjuku MayhemOccurs[30].Zengakuren OfStudent movementIs activated.
  • 1969(44)
  • 1970(45)May 3: Toden is abolished, from ShinjukuTramDisappears[31].
  • 1973(48)May 4 : Metropolitan National Railways RebellionOccurrence. Damage such as destruction and arson even inside Shinjuku station[32].
  • 1976(51)May 3: Reconstruction of JNR South Exit station building. ShinjukuLUMINEopen[33].
  • 1978(53)
    • May 10:京王新線開業[27].
    • May 11: Reconstruction of JNR East Exit station building. The station building name is Shinjuku My City (laterLUMINE EST Shinjuku) Renamed[34].
  • 1980(55)
  • 1982(57)
    • May 4:小田急電鉄新宿駅第2次大改良工事完成[16]。地上駅・地下駅とも10両編成運転に対応した(10両運転そのものは地上駅のホームを利用して1977å¹´7月に開始していた[36]) In addition, transfer has been improved.
    • May 9: JNR South ExitConcourseIs widened[37].
  • 1984(59)May 2: Cargo handling at JNR station is abolished[38].
  • 1986(61)May 3: JNR Saikyo Line service section extended. Start using the 1st home (currently 1st and 2nd lines) and the existing homes are out of line.
  • 1987(Showa 62) April 4:Privatization of the national railway divisionに伴い、国鉄の駅は東日本旅客鉄道(JR東日本)の駅(山手線所属)となる[39].
  • 1988(63)May 10:ルミネ2口(のちの東南改札)がオープン[Newspaper 3].
  • 1991(Heisei3 years)May 3: "Narita ExpressWith the start of operation, the second platform (currently track 2 and 3) will start to be used, and the track of the existing platform will shift. New South Exit opens.
  • 1993(5) December 12: Due to the timetable revision, the Chuo Main Line's medium-distance trains are no longer available at this station.
  • 1995(7)May 5: At this stationHydrogen cyanide gasAn incident has occurred (Shinjuku Station cyanide gas incident,Aum Shinrikyo(→ Aleph) Former believer's crime).
  • 1997(9)May 12: Toei Subway Oedo Line station opens[40].
  • 2000(12): JR East stationXNUMX selections of stations in KantoIs selected for. Odakyu, Keio, Toei, and Keidan (at that time) were not selected.
  • 2001(13)
  • 2003(15) February 2: Due to the Koshu Kaido overpass bridge replacement work, the departure and arrival platform of the Chuo Line limited express was moved to the temporary platform currently in use.[41].. Construction of the third home that was used until then started.
  • 2004(16)
    • April 4: With the privatization of the Teito Rapid Transit Authority (Teito Rapid Transit Authority), the Marunouchi Line station will be inherited by the Tokyo Metro (Tokyo Metro).[Press 2].
    • May 9: Due to the Koshu Kaido overpass bridge replacement work, the departure and arrival platform for the Chuo Line rapid train was moved to the third platform, which was under construction. Construction of the 3th home that was used until then started.
  • 2006(18)
    • May 3 : Tobu NikkoDirect Express "(Spacia) Nikko/Kinugawa”Starts operation[Press 3][Press 4].
    • May 4: Due to the Koshu Kaido overpass bridge replacement workSouthern terraceThe mouth is open. Moved the departure / arrival platform for the Chuo Line rapid descent to the 4th platform, which was under construction. Construction of the 5th home, which had been used until then, started.
  • 2007(19)
    • May 3
      • At JR Shinjuku Station, the number of stops at each station on the Yamanote Line, Chuo, and Sobu Lines has been moved up by 2 (11-14 lines → 13-16 lines) due to the expansion of the Chuo Line rapid and limited express platforms.
      • By Odakyu Electric Railway, Keio Electric Railway, Tokyo Metro, Toei SubwayPrepaid Card"PASMOCan be used[Press 5].
    • May 4: Due to the Koshu Kaido overpass bridge replacement work, the departure and arrival platform for the Chuo Line rapid descent was moved to Platform 5 (Lines 11 and 12), which was under construction. Construction of the 4th platform (9th and 10th lines) that had been used until then started.
    • May 11: Due to the Koshu Kaido overpass bridge replacement work, the departure and arrival platform of the Chuo Line limited express was moved from the temporary platform to the 4th platform under construction.[Newspaper 4].
  • 2008(20) March 3: Due to the timetable revision, the departure and arrival platforms such as "Narita Express" and Tobu Line direct express are moved from the second platform to the temporary platform.
  • 2010(22)May 11: The new south exit was relocated due to the replacement work of the Koshu Kaido overpass.
  • 2018(30) November 11: Demonstration experiment of booth type "STATION BOOTH" of station Naka share office "STATION WORK" was carried out in Koshu Kaido ticket gate for about 28 months from this day.[Press 6].
  • 2019(ReiwaFirst year)
  • 2020(2nd year of Reiwa)

Station structure

JR East

2008(Heisei20 years)May 3Currently, 8 sides and 16 linesIsland homeAnd using the railroad tracks. The platform and railroad tracks extend from north to south, with lines 1-16 from the east. The connecting passage is the south exit of the underpass called "North Passage" and "Central Passage".overpass,JR Shinjuku Millina Tower-Busta ShinjukuThere are four overpasses (former New South Exit and former Southern Terrace Exit) that connect to.

In the past, the New South Exit was only available from platforms 1-6,2006(18)May 4With the extension of the overpass, the Southern Terrace Exit was opened as a temporary station building, and it became possible to access directly from all platforms (both have been relocated or renamed due to the progress of construction).

Lines 1-6 are located to the south of other platforms. In particular, the northernmost side of the platform on lines 5 and 6 is almost the same on the north and south sides as the southernmost side on lines 7 and 8, and almost the entire area of ​​the platform is the Koshu Highway (National Route 20) Belongs to Shibuya Ward on the south side. Immediately south ofYoyogi StationThe distance to is about 5 meters on lines 6 and 200 (this is shorter than the length of the platform).Departure melody(There is a pull-up line for the Chuo Line limited express on the east side of the station).

Currently, improvement work is underway at JR East stations. There are four main reasons.

  1. For the purpose of eliminating the chronic traffic congestion and the aging of the Koshu Kaido overpass (Shinjuku overpass) that straddles this station from east to west.overpassThe replacement work is being carried out. At that time, the installation space for new piers and erection gantry,Artificial groundTo secure the space for installing the pillarswiringI need to make changes.
  2. When changing the wiring, the maintenance bases and the middle lines and crossovers that had been dispersed on the premises were consolidated to create a space for installing the new lines 5 and 6, and there were many double slip switches and singles on the premises. It is necessary to abolish slip switches and the like. Among them, the special turnout related to Chuo Line Rapid2007(19)May 4It was abolished by the construction of. There was also a plan to change the wiring for the 1st to 4th lines near Ikebukuro, which was planned to be implemented by the time the Chuo Line limited express platform was relocated, but it has been postponed due to the construction schedule.[42].
  3. Until now, it took a long time to transfer between platforms 1-6 and platforms 7-16,2006(18)May 4(For details, see the section below or the Saikyo Line / Shonan-Shinjuku Line).
  4. The Chuo Line down express line from Lines 5 and 6 is the line of the up rapid train that arrives and departs on Lines 7 and 8.Level crossingThis was the neck on the diamond,2007(19)May 11The problem was solved by moving the limited express platform to the 9th and 10th lines and sandwiching it between the upper and lower rapid line platforms.

After the improvement work is completed, cover the Shin-Minami ticket gate, Koshu Kaido ticket gate, and Miraina Tower ticket gate.Taxi-Express BusWith the boarding / alighting area (Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal)Station building(JR Shinjuku Millina Tower), ArtificialGreen spaceHas been maintained. The maintenance of these south exit areas2016It was completed by (28).

The jurisdiction of this stationTokyo branch officeso,Telegram codeIs "shiku" (JR West Japan OfSakura Shukugawa Station,Shin Kurashiki Station,Shingu StationSame as).

Office codeIs ▲442207[43] Are using.

Stops at each station on the Yamanote Line and Chuo / Sobu LineDeparture markWas installed before the opening of the Saikyo Line, and the exterior was still old,2020It was updated to a new model with a liquid crystal display.

2007(19)5From eachTicket gateBefore etc.System routes near TokyoA display with a map of the operation status in Japan was installed.

Bus stop

1 · 2JS Shonan Shinjuku LineSouthboundYokohama-Big ship-Odawara-Zushiaspect
JA Saikyo LineShibuya-Osaki-Rinkai line-Sotetsu Lineaspect
North lineIkebukuro-Omiya-KawagoeaspectOnly the first train from this station
3SouthboundFor Shibuya / Osaki / Sotetsu LineOnly the first train from this station after 17:XNUMX
North lineIkebukuro-Omiya-KawagoeaspectThe first train from this station (someOsakiThere is a train from the direction)
4Trains from the direction of Osaki (some trains depart from this station)
JS Shonan Shinjuku LineOmiyaUtsunomiya-Takasakiaspect
5 · 6■ Narita Express-Pictograms-nps-airport.svg Narita AirportaspectOther "Swallow Akagi""(Safir) Dancer""ShonanDeparts and arrives
TN Tobu Line direct (limited express)-Tobu Nikko-Kinugawa Onsenaspect
"(Spacia) Nikko/Kinugawa'
7 · 8JC Chuo Line (Rapid)Going upOchanomizu-Tokyoaspect
■Limited expressAzusa""Kaji'"Hachioji" "Ume"
Line 7 is only for some trains
9 · 10■ Chuo Main Line (limited express)Going downKofu-Andaspect
"Azusa" "Kaiji" "Fuji tour"Hachioji" "Ome"
11 · 12JC Chuo Line (Rapid)中-Tachikawa-TakaoaspectLine 11 is only for some trains
13JB Chuo/Sobu Line (stop at each station)EastboundAqueduct-Akihabara-千葉aspect
14JY Yamanote LineInner circleHarajuku·Shibuya·Shinagawaaspect
16JB Chuo/Sobu Line (stop at each station)West lineHigashinakano・ Nakano ・Mitakaaspect

(Source:JR East: Station map)


On each line, north-facing trains go down and south-facing trains go up (some depart from different platforms). Some lines use phrases such as inner loop and southbound (Yamanote Line, Chuo-Shinjuku Line, Shonan-Shinjuku Line), but the names of the lines are the same for both up and down directions.

2008(20)May 3With the timetable revision, there will be no setting for down trains departing from Line 1 and the departure signal required for turning back from Line 1 to Ikebukuro in the track switching work immediately afterwards.PointWas also removed. But,2009(21)May 11Due to the construction of No. 1 and No. 2 line returned to Cesars Crossing and the departure signal was also re-installed, so from No. 1 line againOmiyaYou can now turn back in the direction. And2010(22)May 3Due to the timetable revision of, the setting of the Saikyo Line down train departing from Line 1 has been restored.

The return trains from the Omiya area of ​​the Saikyo line are mainly line 3, and some also have lines 1, 2, and 4. After January 2020, 1, the first train from this station after 6:17 will depart from Line 2 for the purpose of alleviating congestion on the platform. Sotetsu Line direct trains basically depart from Line 2 for return trains at this station, and Line 1 for direct trains from the direction of Omiya, but some trains depart from Line 2. However, since January 2020, 1, the trains after 6:17 will depart from Line 3 because of the above. Depending on the time of day, you may be able to transfer between the Saikyo Line Shinjuku departure and arrival train and the Sotetsu / JR direct line Ebina departure and arrival train at the opposite platform.

Once on the south side of the Shonan Shinjuku lineYokosuka LineIn the directionYokosuka LineIt was written in the line color (blue) of (Akabane-Ikebukuro-Shibuya-Ebisu-OsakiThe same at each station). Previously, only trains departing/arriving at this station were on the Yokosuka line (215 series-E217 series) Was operated, but that was2004(16)May 10It will disappear with the time schedule revision of2008(20)May 3At the time, both the south line (line 1) and the north line (line 4) are written in orange and blue arranged vertically.

When the timetable of the Shonan-Shinjuku line is disturbed, in addition to the 2nd line, the Shonan-Shinjuku line will be turned back around the platform of the 3rd line, which is not currently available. Lines 5 and 6 can also be entered into a 15-car train, and all trains including the Saikyo line can be turned around 1-4 if only one line is not enough, the Shonan Shinjuku line may also use line 5.

Sotetsu/JR direct line(Sotetsu Line direct) trains depart from Lines 1 and 2, and after 17:3 all trains depart from Line 5.If this line is out of order or the Shonan-Shinjuku line is out of order, the train will depart and arrive at Lines 6 and XNUMX.The platform display is basically shared with the Saikyo Line southbound, but some concourses have a platform display dedicated to direct access to the Sotetsu Line.

On the north side of lines 5 and 6escalatorIs installed. Also, on lines 7 and 8, there are escalators under the south exit overpass.エ レ ベ ー タ ーIs installed, so it is easy to contact the 5th and 6th lines.

Lines 7 and 8 (Chuo Line rapid climb) basically use Line 8 almost all day for Tokyo, and weekday morningsAt rush hour(7-9 o'clock) is for Tokyo on lines 7 and 8Alternate arrival and departureHowever, it supports long-term stops of each train due to a large number of passengers getting on and off at this station. For trains departing from or arriving at this platform to Tokyo, all trains after this station except limited express trainsYotsuya-Ochanomizu-Kanda-Tokyo StationBecause the trains stop in the order of, regardless of whether the train was operated by commuting special rapid service, central special rapid service, Oume special rapid service, or rapid service west of Shinjuku station, all arriving trains bound for "Rapid Tokyo" and voice and lightning display guidance are provided. .. Line 7 is used by the "Azusa" and "Kaiji" bound for Tokyo and Chiba, the final "Azusa" bound for Tokyo, and the orange train bound for Tokyo. Trains arriving at Line 7 at "Azusa" and "Kaiji" that stop at this station go to Tokyo StationForwardingIt is operated as "Kaiji", "Hachioji", and "Ome", which are the first trains in Tokyo.

The station name sign on the limited express platform on lines 9 and 10 is an arrow only in the down direction, and at the next stationTachikawaIs written. The next station as a limited expressTachikawa Station(Before the 2019 timetable revisionMitaka StationTherefore, "Mitaka" was written).The name of the station next to the uphill is not shown (however, this does not mean that there are no medium-distance trains from the direction of Tokyo).In addition, since most of the limited express trains on the Chuo East Line such as "Azusa" and "Kaiji" arrive and depart, there is an indoor smoking area on the platform.It is our home that smoking facilities are installed in the station concourse of the metropolitan area excluding the ShinkansenUeno StationThere are only two places on lines 16 and 17.[Annotation 3].. From October 2019, 10, an elevator that connects the underground ticket gates to lines 25 and 9 is in service.[Press 10].

The direction signs on the 7th and 11th lines (formerly 9th line) had a blue background (Chubu Electric Power) and "Chuo Main Line (normal)". OtsukiAlthough it was written as "Kofu area" (not shown later), it was changed to the same orange color as the rapid train due to the update accompanying the appearance of the Shonan-Shinjuku line. Even now, the direction guidance for line 7 is not shown, but the direction guidance for line 11 has the same notation as for line 12. Previously, the station next to the downhill was written as Mitaka, similar to the limited express platform on lines 9 and 10. Mitaka is the next station on the down side as a station for limited express trains and medium-distance trains (currently only temporary trains). By the way, the upside was written as Yotsuya as well as the rapid train. Currently, both the top and bottom are written as Nakano on the down side and Yotsuya on the up side, as in the case of rapid trains. However, even now, there are some belts near the stairs that use both the medium-range color blue and the rapid color orange.

Even now, as a general rule, medium-distance trains arriving and departing at this station (excluding express trains departing and arriving at the platform) depart and arrive at Line 7 for uphill and Lines 7 and 11 for downhill, and do not use Lines 8 and 12 (however, medium distance west of Takao). Except for rapid trains, commuting rapid trains, central express trains, and commuting special rapid services).

Platforms 11 and 12 (Chuo Line Rapid Down) Platforms use basically Line 12 for down trains. Weekday mornings 8-9 o'clock late and evenings 18-19 o'clock alternate with line 11. Because the width is narrower than other homes, when the timetable is disturbedFridayReturn home the night before the holidaysRush hourは列車を待つ旅客でホーム上が混雑し、12番線に到着した列車からも大量の旅客が降車するため、大変危険な状況に陥ることがある。また、平日深夜の当駅始発の快速(23:33発・0:16発)は11番線から発車する。なお、2020年7月中旬より、地下改札から11・12番線へと連絡するエレベーターが供用されている[Press 10].

Lines 13 and 14 and lines 15 and 16 are respectivelyWiring by directionSo, it is convenient to change trains in the same direction, but there are cases where the connection is not established. From February 2020, 2, elevators connecting from underground ticket gates to Lines 1 and 13 and elevators to Lines 14 and 15 were used on June 16 of the same year, respectively.[Press 10].

Changes in home usage

The station of the National Railways (now JR East)1960 eraInside the line 1 to 10 came into service. The following describes the changes in the usage status of each home.

First home
(Currently Lines 1 and 2)
First home
(Currently Lines 3 and 4)
Temporary home
(Currently Lines 5 and 6)
First home
(Currently Lines 7 and 8)
First home
(Currently Lines 9 and 10)
First home
(Currently Lines 11 and 12)
First home
(Currently Lines 13 and 14)
First home
(Currently Lines 15 and 16)
- 1986
(Showa61 years)
May 3
Not installedNot installedNot installedLine 1 and 2
■Chuo Line Limited Express
Line 3 and 4
■Chuo Line Rapid (above)
Line 5 and 6
■Chuo Line Rapid (below)
Line 7 and 8
■Chuo/Sobu Line stops (east)
■Yamanote Line (inside)
Line 9 and 10
■Yamanote line (outside)
■Chuo/Sobu Line stops (west)
May 3 -
Line 1 and 2
■Saikyo Line
Line 3 and 4
■Chuo Line Limited Express
Line 5 and 6
■Chuo Line Rapid (above)
Line 7 and 8
■Chuo Line Rapid (below)
Line 9 and 10
■Chuo/Sobu Line stops (east)
■Yamanote Line (inside)
Line 11 and 12
■Yamanote line (outside)
■Chuo/Sobu Line stops (west)
(Heisei3 years)
May 3 -
Line 3 and 4
■Narita Express
Line 5 and 6
■Chuo Line Limited Express
Line 7 and 8
■Chuo Line Rapid (above)
Line 9 and 10
■Chuo Line Rapid (below)
Line 11 and 12
■Chuo/Sobu lines (East)
■Yamanote Line (inside)
Line 13 and 14
■Yamanote line (outside)
■Chuo/Sobu Line stops (west)
May 12 -
Line 3 and 4
■Saikyo Line
■Utsunomiya Line/Takasaki Line
■Narita Express
May 12 -
Line 1 and 2
■Saikyo Line
■■Shonan Shinjuku Line
Line 3 and 4
■Saikyo Line
■■Shonan Shinjuku Line
■Narita Express
May 2 -
Line 5 and 6
■Chuo Line Limited Express
■ Construction
May 9 -
Line 7 and 8
■Chuo Line Rapid (above)
■ Construction
May 3 -
Line 3 and 4
■Saikyo Line
■■Shonan Shinjuku Line
■Tobu Line direct limited express
■Narita Express
May 4 -
Line 9 and 10
■Chuo Line Rapid (below)
■ Construction
May 3 -
Line 13 and 14
■Chuo/Sobu lines (East)
■Yamanote Line (inside)
Line 15 and 16
■Yamanote Line (outside)
■Chuo/Sobu Line stops (west)
May 4 -
■ ConstructionLine 11 and 12
■Chuo Line Rapid (below)
May 11 -
Line 5 and 6
■Some trains
Line 9 and 10
■Chuo Line Limited Express
August 3-
Line 3 and 4
■Saikyo Line
■■Shonan Shinjuku Line
Line 5 and 6
■Tobu Line direct limited express
■Narita Express

1986In order to extend the Saikyo Line to this station (in 61), we installed a one-side and two-line platform at the current location of Lines 1 and 2, but at the time of the National Railways, "the line was closer to the stationmaster room ( The station has a policy of "numbering from the east side"", so we have to shift the tracks on all five platforms above. This was also the first track change in about 1 years, and the users who remembered the platform on the track were confused.

さ ら に,1991Since this station became the starting station when the "Narita Express" operation started (in 3), the second platform (currently lines 2 and 3) was newly established. After that, due to the improvement work on the Chuo Line limited express platform,2003In 15, the function was moved to a temporary home (currently track 5 and 6) that was newly built near Yoyogi, and the third home that was under construction was2004In 16, the Chuo Line was used for rapid climbing (currently Lines 7 and 8), and at the same time, the construction of the 4th platform, which was until then for the Chuo Line rapid climbing, was done. This home is2006(18)May 4From Chuo Line for rapid downhill (new 9/10 line), the 5th home (former 9/10 line), which was originally for Chuo Rapid down, was constructed.2007(19)May 4Due to the construction of, the Chuo Line Rapid Downlink has again used the same platform as the new 11th and 12th lines. The 4th home was rebuilt and was used as the Chuo Line limited express home on November 11 of the same year.[Newspaper 4].. Also, lines 5 and 6 used to be used as the Chuo Line limited express platform, but since they relocated to line 9 and 10 on the same day, lines 5 and 6 areHome liner OdawaraIt was used for a small part of the end of "Azusa", all trains of "Kaiji", limited express and liners for the Takasaki and Utsunomiya lines.2008(20)May 3After the timetable revision, all Narita Express trains, as well as many liners and limited express trains bound for the Tokaido, Utsunomiya, and Takasaki lines, will depart. In addition,Station name markThe stations next to each other are Ikebukuro Station and Shibuya Station, which are based on the stations next to the Shonan Shinjuku Line. The colors in the center of the obi are blue and orange, which overlap with the guide colors of the Narita Express and Tobu Line direct limited express trains.

At the beginning of the Shonan Shinjuku line, lines 1 and 2 did not support 15-car trains, while lines 3 and 4 were available on the Narita Express line before the Shonan Shinjuku line opened.Tokaido Line-Utsunomiya Line-Takasaki LineIt is used for departures and arrivals of limited express trains that directly connect to and ordinary trains that directly connect to the Utsunomiya and Takasaki lines, and was compatible with 15-car trains. Therefore, Lines 1 and 2 were used as dedicated platforms for the Saikyo Line, and the Shonan Shinjuku Line departed from Lines 3 and 4 regardless of the direction of travel. However, since lines 3 and 4 were also used for the various trains mentioned above and the Saikyo line from the direction of Ebisu, it was difficult to increase the number of trains. In addition, some trains headed south were also departing from Line 4, so passengers were confused by trains heading north and south from the same platform. For this reason, Lines 1 and 2 are also compatible with 15-car trains, so that the Shonan Shinjuku Line can also be reached.2008(20)May 3Currently, the southbound Shonan Shinjuku line and the southbound Saikyo line are on line 1, the Shinjuku loopback Saikyo line is on lines 2 and 3, and the northbound Shonan Shinjuku line and the northbound Saikyo line are on line 4. .. However, because the operating system is complicated on lines 1 to 4, a wide departure sign is installed so that more information can be displayed (lines 1 and 2 are initially installed.Reverse flap type guide displayInstalled, and laterLEDA new type departure sign was installed, and then the reverse flap type departure sign was also replaced with a medium LED type).

Departure melody

In JR East,YamahaAsked to develop a departure melody broadcasting system,1989(XNUMX)May 3At this station and Shibuya station, we introduced the first departure melody in the metropolitan area on a trial basis. The purpose was to eliminate the irritating feeling of electronic bells, which was unpopular in the past. For songs produced by Yamaha,ピ ア ノ,harp,MarimbaBehind the tonebellIt was a simple and simple thing about a few seconds long, with soothing sounds such as river murmuring and bird chirping.

This effort was well received by passengers, so the departure melody was introduced at other stations, but after that,Mito StationExcept for, the departure melody produced by Yamaha was not introduced to other stations.

It has been used as an original song of this station for many years, but due to the deterioration of broadcasting equipment,1997(9)May 11Starting with the 3rd and 4th lines ofTeichikuChanges to the songs produced,2001(13)May 12With the change of lines 1 and 2, the change of the departure melody of all platforms was completed.

1JA JSMellow time
2JA JSfarewell
3JA JSDistant blue sky
4JA JSSummer color time
5■ TNBeautiful hill
6■ TNSee you again
8JCSusukino Plateau
9■Beautiful hill
10■See you again
11JCThe babbling of a stream
12JCAwakening of trees
14JYNew season


East-West Free Passage (former North Passage)

After widening the conventional north passage connecting the north end of Line 7-16 to east and west from 17m to 25m, the east exit ticket gate (→ east ticket gate) and west exit ticket gate (→ west ticket gate) installed at both ends of the aisle It is a passage that was relocated to the south side of the passage and made the conventional passage a free passage,2020May 7Started in service[Press 10][Newspaper 6]. By using the free passage, you can move between the east and west exits of this station on the Koshu Highway on the south side, the metro promenade (underground shopping mall) on the north side, the Kakushaku guard, and the large guard (Yasukuni DoriThere is no need to detour to ), and convenience is expected to improve dramatically.2021Around spring, media for creating space such as directing lighting and audio equipment will be installed on LED digital signage and ceiling surfaces.[Press 11]..In addition to changing the content of the production according to the time of day and the season, information on town-related matters and disasters will also be disseminated.[Press 11].

The eastern end of the free passageLUMINE EST ShinjukuDirectly connected to the underground 1st Avenue, the western end isOdakyu Department StoreAfter going downstairs to the Shinjuku store, the west exit underground plazaBus terminalI am contacting. There were both east and west exits in the section between the east and west ticket gates of the free passage.Green Window-Automatic ticket vending machineHas been relocated.

With the free passage of the north aisle, the communication between the homes, which was previously carried by the north aisle, has been replaced with a new communication aisle inside the ticket gate on the south side of the free aisle. There is an underground passage leading to the central passage described later from the front of the east ticket gate, and there used to be a staying space called "Alps Square" in front of the east exit, but it has been abolished due to the creation of space for the east-west free passage and the new connecting passage. .. Escalators are installed on lines 7/8, 13/14 and 15/16, and elevators are installed on lines 9/10, 11/12, 13/14 and 15/16, respectively.WCIs installed next to the stairs on lines 7 and 8 in front of the east ticket gate.

Central passage

It is an underground passage that connects the north side of Lines 1-6 and the center of Lines 7-16 from east to west (slightly eastward). The eastern end is the central east ticket gate (old/central east exit ticket gate[Press 10]) Is directly connected to the southern end of LUMINE EST Shinjuku underground 1st Avenue. The underground passage mentioned above is directly connected to the east ticket gate inside the ticket gate. The western end is the JR Central West ticket gate (former Central West Exit ticket gate)[Press 10]) And the Keio Line connecting passage and the Odakyu Line connecting gate. The JR Central West ticket gate is on the far right when viewed from the central passage, and is directly connected to the West Exit underground plaza via the downstairs of the Odakyu Department Store Shinjuku store. The left end is the Odakyu Line contact point. The center is the Keio Line connecting passage, and via the passage, the Keio Line connecting gate is on the right and the JR Chuo West ticket gate (commonly known as the Keio Exit) is on the left.Keio Department StoreBasement floor ofOdakyu AceSouth BuildingKeio MallI'm contacting you. The Keio exit outsources ticket gate operations to Keio, and Keio station staff will use the same equipment as the Keio Line.

Before the East-West Free Passage is put into service, the ticket gates for the Keio Line and Odakyu Line are operated at the Central East Exit ticket gate (JR is entrusted with the ticket gate business), and both lines can be used from the Central East Exit ticket gate via the Central Passage. It replaced the function of both companies as the east exit (it was not possible to enter or exit from other JR ticket gates). Adjacent to the central east exit ticket gate, there were JR and Keio Line and Odakyu Line fare table and automatic ticket vending machine (both companies are not compatible with Suica, PASMO, charge is compatible with JR ticket vending machine). In addition, the ticket vending machine for the Keio Line issued a ticket with a tint block common to ordinary private railways, but the ticket vending machine for the Odakyu Line issued a ticket with a tint block of JR East. There was a notice that the tickets purchased here can only be used at the central east exit, but that means that they cannot be used at other JR ticket gates, and in fact the tickets purchased here are used at the ticket gates of each company. Or, the ticket vending machines of each company's ticket gates (including the Keio Line ticket for the Toei Chimon pattern sold at the Toei Oedo Line ticket gates C) could be used at the central east exit. By the way, I was able to enter with the Keio Line and Odakyu Line admission tickets, but other JR ticket gates and contact ticket gates to each company could not pass, and I could only enter from the central east exit. In addition, since the Keio Line conforms to Shinjuku Station on the Keio Line, it is possible to enter with the Toei Subway Keio Line ticket as mentioned above (conversely, the JR Jimon Keio Line that was settled by connecting to the Keio Line at the JR Central West Exit. It is possible to enter from JR Central West Exit with a ticket and enter from Toei Oedo Line ticket gate C), but you cannot enter or exit with a Toei Line ticket at an automatic ticket gate. As for participation, since it is possible to handle the ticket for the Keio and Odakyu lines, the ticket for the Toei line that was paid for by the Keio payment machine could be exited from the central east exit (for Keio lines, see below). By the way, if you entered and exited with Suica / PASMO, you could use the Toei Line from the JR Central East Exit via the Keio Line platform.

With the start of service of the East-West Free Passage on July 2020, 7, the Keio Line / Odakyu Line ticket gates at the Central East Ticket Gate have been terminated, and the Keio Line / Odakyu Line cannot be used from the Central East Ticket Gate.[Press 12][Press 13]. At the same time, the automatic ticket vending machines on the Keio and Odakyu lines on the central east ticket gate side are also suspended.

In front of the central east ticket gateBECK'S COFFEE SHOPとMetropolitan Police DepartmentRailway policeThere is a Shinjuku branch office. Since Lines 5 and 6 are far from the central passage, an underground passage is installed (shared with Lines 7 and 8). Escalators are installed on each platform except lines 1 and 2 and lines 3 and 4, and elevators are installed on lines 7 and 8.WCIs in a section sandwiched between underground passages on lines 3 and 4 and lines 5 and 6.wheelchair,OstomateThere is also a multifunctional toilet that can be used for such purposes, but it is usually locked and when used, next to the door.IntercomTo contact the station staff.

The platform display on the concourse near the central east ticket gate is smaller than usual.

South exit overpass

It is an overpass that connects the center of Lines 1 and 2, the north side of Lines 3 and 4, and the south side of Lines 7-16 from east to west. Upstairs is the station buildingLUMINE 2There are some stores in the ticket gate (described later). South ticket gate (former South exit ticket gate) when you go to the south of the overpass[Press 10]) Is directly connected to the overpass of Koshu Kaido (National Route 20), and the Odakyu Line ticket gate is adjacent to the west side. There is an Odakyu Line contact point at the west end[Annotation 4], Southeast ticket gate at the eastern end (former Southeast exit ticket gate)[Press 10]). The southeastern ticket gate is open from 6 to 24:XNUMX.

Inside the ticket gateDoutor,3COINS stations, Pharmacy, etc., as a store inside the ticket gate of LUMINE 2Seijo IshiiEtc. are moving in.

Escalators and elevators are directly connected to each platform except Lines 5 and 6 (from Lines 7 and 8 to the underground passage to Lines 5 and 6). However, the escalator to lines 13-16 is only from the platform to the up direction, but there is no obstacle to movement such as wheelchairs because the elevator is installed. The toilet is next to the stairs to lines 7 and 8. There is also a multifunctional toilet that can be used by wheelchairs and ostomates, but it is usually locked, and when using it, the station staff is contacted via the intercom next to the door.

Lines 13-16 are2006(18)May 4With the extension of the New South Exit overpass, access to the New South Exit and Southern Terrace Exit became possible, and the platform was extended to the south side, so it was previously at the southern end of the platform.StairsThe width of the stairs is narrowed (because of the edges, almost all the width of the aisle was used to make the stairs, so the stairs were cut to secure the aisle).

Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal / JR Shinjuku Miraina Tower Overpass (artificial ground)

It is a building on artificial ground established in Shibuya Ward on the south side of Koshu Kaido, which connects the center of Line 1-6 and the southern end of Line 7-16.Busta ShinjukuCorresponds to the bottom and second floor of.

There is a toilet at the west end of the east-west passage on the north side (the former Southern Terrace exit ticket gate was opposite this), and the Koshu Kaido ticket gate (former Southern Terrace exit) is on the east side (of the escalator to lines 7 and 8). position). There is a Miraina Tower ticket gate at the eastern end of the East-West passage. Due to the location of the Miraina Tower ticket gates, the stairs on Lines 1 and 2 have only the escalator in the direction of Ikebukuro along the aisle (Shibuya is the Miraina Tower ticket gate / payment machine), and the stairs branch off in front of Lines 1 and 2. There is a passage dedicated to the stairs. A passage extends south from the location of the Koshu Kaido ticket gate, and there is a new south ticket gate (former new south exit) at the southern end of the north-south passage.

In the east-west passage on the north side, stairs and escalators to lines 7-16 are installed, and from line 7-16, the escalator (stairs) extends from the train stop position (the end of the train) to the south side. There is no), and because it is barely connected to the northern end of the overpass, you have to walk a little on the platform (note that fences are installed at the extension points where the train does not stop).

The location of the construction was changed from time to time, and caution was required when using it, but it was generally confirmed with the opening of Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal.

As the name suggests, the Koshu Kaido ticket gate is located as an entrance / exit directly connected to the Koshu Kaido in the new station building on this overpass, and is located diagonally opposite the existing south exit facing the Koshu Kaido. The original name is Southern Terrace Exit, but it is not directly connected to Shinjuku Southern Terrace (the former Southern Terrace Exit was directly connected).

The Shin-Minami ticket gate is directly behind the Koshu Kaido ticket gate,Takashimaya Times SquareClose to. Also, during the construction, the passage outside the ticket gate was connected to Shinjuku Southern Terrace via the former Southern Terrace exit ticket gate site, but now it is installed before the ticket gate.Suica penguin広 場[Press 14] Is directly connected to the Southern Terrace. The Miraina Tower ticket gate is located facing the entrance of JR Shinjuku Miraina Tower, which is directly connected to the station building.

1991(3)May 3This overpass, which was opened in Tokyo, was available only on lines 1 to 4 at that time, and the old and new south exits before the relocation were installed at the eastern end. The toilet was installed outside the ticket gate.

2003(15)May 2As a result of the installation of lines 5 and 6 at the current location, an L-shaped extension was carried out from the end of the west side and a new staircase and escalator (before relocation) to lines 5 and 6 were installed.

2006(18)May 4Than,2003Further extension from the extension section to the west (for this reason, it was crank-shaped) and the construction of the "Southern Terrace Exit" were carried out in (15), and from the same day, lines 7-14 (currently lines 7-16 XNUMX) Direct access to is now possible.

さ ら に,2010(22)May 11, The extension of the overpass from the central part to the conventional passage and T-shape, the stairs to the new south exit and platforms 5 and 6 and the relocation of escalators and the installation of toilets were carried out, and the old and new south exits at the eastern end were closed. It was. The old and new south exits had the shortest access to the JR Express Bus Terminal than other ticket gates.[44](For a period of time after the relocation, it was the shortest from the south exit overpass southeast exit ticket gate, but since the highway bus stop moved near Yoyogi station on May 2011, 5, if you go from Shinjuku station, you should go to the new south exit again. Was near[45]).

In addition,2011(23)May 2, The stairs on lines 3 and 4 have been relocated, and are now in line with the limited express platform stairs on lines 5 and 6.

さ ら に,2012(24), the stairs of Lines 1 and 2 also moved. Along with this, the old and new South Exit overpasses installed in 1991 and 2003 have finished their role.

2013(25), the Southern Terrace exit moved to a position where it is connected in a straight line with the new south exit between the platform stairs on lines 7 and 8 and the platform stairs on lines 9 and 10 (from the direct connection to Shinjuku Southern Terrace, it now faces the Koshu Highway. It will be diagonally in front of the south exit). In addition, the toilet has been relocated to the area adjacent to the stairs on lines 13-16 in front of the former Southern Terrace exit ticket gate.

Since then, the stairs layout of lines 1-6 has been changed several times, and except for the stairway passages of lines 1 and 2, each staircase, escalator, and elevator gathered on one passage, making it easier to transfer (March 1). As of the month).

2016 year (Heisei 28 year)May 3, On the 1st and 2nd line side (area near the old New South Exit)JR Shinjuku Millina TowerThe Miraina Tower ticket gate, which is the closest to the entrance, was newly established, and at the same time, the New South Exit was renamed to the New South Gate and the Southern Terrace Exit was renamed to the Koshu Kaido Ticket Gate.[Press 15].. same yearMay 3ToJR Shinjuku Millina Tower[Press 16] And the commercial facility "NEWoMan", which is located on the upper floor and inside the JR Miraina Tower, opens.[Press 16][Press 17] The same yearMay 4The station Naka area of ​​"NEWoMan" opened in[Press 16][Press 17][Press 18][Press 19].

From November 2018, 30 (Heisei 11), a demonstration experiment for business development of the station Naka share office "STATION WORK" was conducted at the Koshu Kaido ticket gate for about 28 months.[Press 6].. After that, it started in earnest from August 2019, 8 (the first year of Reiwa).[Press 7].

State of the old new south exit / southern terrace exit overpass

Keio Electric Railway (Keio Line)

Keio Shinjuku Station
Wiring diagram

ENDEa + BSarlENDEa + BSarlENDEa + BSar

←Sasazuka Station

It is the only Keio Electric Railway station including Shinjuku Station on the new line, which will be described later, and is located in Shinjuku Ward.

The inside of the ticket gate is connected, but in order to distinguish it from Shinjuku Station on the new line, the passenger informationKeio Line Shinjuku StationIt is often written as.

To the west of Odakyu Electric Railway, there is a 2-sided 1-line head-end platform on the 3nd basement floor of Keio Department Store Shinjuku and the 3rd basement floor of Shinjuku LUMINE 3. The railroad runs north-south and folds west at the tip of the station. From the east side 1-3 line, there is a platform on both sides except line 1. Of the three platforms, the center platform is for disembarking only. To the north of the platform for boarding Line 3, there is a toilet for wheelchair users.


All trains departing from this stationHatsudai StationとHatagaya StationPass through[Annotation 5].. To these two stations, the Keio New Line (the platform is located at a different location)Later) Is used. In addition, the last train at this station is a local train departing at 0:35, but after that, from Shinjuku Station on the new line.SakurajosuiThere is the last train in a row. Two Keio first trains (Mt. Takaosan mouthLine) also departs from Shinjuku Station on the new line.

1963When it was completed (38), it had a structure of 18 sides and 6 lines of a head-end platform for 5-car trains of 4m cars, but due to the existence of the west exit parking lot under the west exit underground plaza, the platform toward the head end. Since the extension could not be done, some platforms and railroad tracks were closed or relocated during the subsequent platform extension work. In 1968 (Showa 43), at the time of construction work for 18 cars of 7 meters carsKeio HachiojiStretch in the direction1975(Showa 50) During the construction work for 20-car trains of 8m class cars, the platform for boarding and disembarking on line 4 (both at that time, which is different from line 4 currently at Shinjuku station on the new line) and the track were closed 4 After becoming a three-line structure,1982With the support for 57-car trains (10), the platform for getting off at Line 1 (at that time) was removed, the track was relocated, and the Keio Hachioji crossing line was relocated, resulting in the current 3-sided 3-line structure. There is. Even now, a few rails remain under the platform, and some of the rails can be seen in the arrangement of the columns on the platform.

Once soldPassnetWhen getting on and off at the west exit of, the boarding station display is "Keio Shinjuku (minimum amount,2007(19) Because it is currently 120 yen, 12) ”, the station display was“ KO inn ”.

2011(23)May 2, Keio Electric Railway Co., Ltd. announced that it will install a platform door at this station.2011(23) Construction started in the first half of the year,2012(24) Every time on line 3,2013Every (25), we started using the 1st and 2nd lines respectively.[Press 20].

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1■Semi limited express■Express■Section express■Local trainMeidaimae-Chofu-Keio Tama Center-
And-Keio Hachioji-Mt. Takaosan mouthaspect
2■Keio Liner■Limited express■Semi limited express
■Express■Section express■Rapid·■Local train
(Drop-off platform)
■Limited express■Semi limited express■Express■Section express
  • Local trains from track 1 during the dayKeio HachiojiLine or each stopMt. Takaosan mouthLine (*Takahata immobility stops), from line 2Semi limited expressAndLine, line 3 from the semi-express Keio Hachioji and limited express Mt.FuchuThe limited express heading in the directionMeidaimaeYou can change to the express train bound for Hashimoto from the Keio New Line, and the Semi Special Express bound for Fuchu to the rapid train bound for Hashimoto at Sasazuka.
  • Although it was a double track section, it was often seen that two tracks were open simultaneously at the time when there was a ground signal. This means that the second departure signal is in front of both crossing lines away from this station, and you can proceed to that point. It is often done when the timetable is disturbed, but it is possible to depart from lines 2 and 2 and from line 1 at the same time. On the other hand, it is possible to leave the limited express or the semi-express train from the line 2 before the train has completely arrived at the line 3 or the line 1, and the wiring change has brought some advantages.
  • Even if the Keio Line Shinjuku Station and the New Line Shinjuku Station are equated with one station, all limited express trains stop at this station. For more informationSasazuka Station-Meidaimae Stationchecking ...
  • Keio LinerDepart from Line 2.Tokyo RacecourseAtCentral horse racingDriven at the time of the eventIn front of the main gate of Fuchu Horse RacingThe first temporary semi-express will also arrive at Line 2 to return as the Keio Liner.
  • For trains that have entered Lines 2 and 3, both doors open in the order of the getting-off platform side and the boarding platform side, but in the case of a temporary semi-express train when holding a horse race, only the door at the getting-off platform side opens.


The ticket gates of the Keio Line are all underground. This station is a major private railwayTerminal stationIs common inHead-end homeHowever, unlike most of the ticket gates lined up in front of the bollard at the end of the platform, the front is blocked by a wall.If you go up the stairs from the head end, you will find a ticket gate dedicated to the exit to the West Exit Underground Square.From another staircase, there is a temporary ticket gate dedicated to the exit during the morning rush hour (it can be used only from 7:10 to 9:1 by opening and closing the shutter in front of the stairs, and it is the exit that goes in front of the C & C Shinjuku main store).From this head end, it is possible to move without steps between each platform on lines 3-XNUMX, including exclusive use for getting off.

When you go up the central stairs, you will be divided into north and south, the north is the Keio west exit (pink), and the south is the Keio department store exit (dark blue). To distinguish between the two, they are painted in two corporate colors of Keio. These two colors are the destination image colors on the Keio Line, and the pink color of the west exit near the car stop side goes up, and the dark blue color, which is the image color of the Keio Department Store exit on the Sasazuka station side, goes down. The Keio Department Store Exit is adjacent to the JR Central West Exit ticket gate, and there is the JR Contact Exit to the east. From there, take the JR connecting passage that goes down the underground concourse of Odakyu, and you will reach the central passage of JR. It was necessary to use the dedicated ticket gate (yellow automatic ticket gate) of the JR contact gate to enter and exit from the central east exit of JR, but the handling was terminated with the start of service of the East-West Free Passage on July 2, 2.

If you go up the stairs to the south, you will reach the 1nd basement floor of Shinjuku LUMINE 2 at the LUMINE exit ticket gate. It is a separate building from Shinjuku LUMINE 2, and is not connected except on the first floor. Business hours are from 1:7 to 22:20 (previously 1:17). If you go up the stairs, you can go to the south exit of JR and Odakyu without leaving the building. The stairs connecting the LUMINE exit to the platform and the escalator are only on the platform, but there is only one each, and it will be up until 17:2012 and will be down after XNUMX:XNUMX. In addition, the departure mark of the Lumine exit was the liquid crystal type that was used at the time of the renewal work, but in XNUMXLEDSimilar to the station where the departure sign of the ceremony is not in front of the ticket gateLCD panelIt has been updated to that of the formula.

From the south end of Line 3, take the connecting passage to Shinjuku Station on the new line.There are stairs in this connecting passage, and it is shaped like going down.

The toilet is located on the north side of the boarding platform on line 3, and has an "everyone's toilet". The entrances to the toilets for men and women are located far apart.

The elevator connects the Keio West Exit / Keio Department Store Exit floor with the boarding platform on Line 3. From other platforms, move to the boarding platform on line 3 via the head end and use it. There is also an elevator that connects the underground passage near the Keio Department Store entrance to the ground.

The escalator connects each boarding platform to the Keio West Exit and Keio Department Store Exit floor on the north side, and the LUMINE exit on the south side. On the north side, one for each platform, one for each direction, for a total of four for both directions (however, during the morning rush, do not drive the ticket gate floor → line 1 boarding platform, but drive for line 2 boarding platform → ticket gate floor), south side Is a one-way operation where the direction of each platform changes depending on the time of day.

Previously, depending on the number of doors and the number of cars, the boarding position was indicated as yellow No. 8 or green No. 7, but most trains departing from and arriving at this station started with a station renewal when they had four doors. Has been replaced by something like. Currently, fences are installed on the platform for getting off, except for the position of the four doors.

The platform display on the ticket gate floor shows the departure time, type, destination, platform, and remarks for trains on lines 1-3 from the first to the fifth. Previously, there were different guides for Lines 5 and 1 and Line 2, and the type and destination of the 3 cars from each starter were displayed, and the stop station of each starting train was displayed below that. ..AndAt the time of the limited express (first generation) of the line, a guide saying "Limited express Yuki Hashimoto departs from line 2" was displayed under the stop station. It used the one found at most stations in Keio, but it was removed in March 2020, and an LCD-type platform display was installed right above the ticket gate. This platform display supports not only Japanese and English, but also Chinese and Korean.

The train approaching device on the platform dedicated to getting off had a message saying "Please be careful of the train", which is not often seen at other stations.

There used to be a middle floor passageway on the west side, but it was closed when the station was renewed.

Keio Electric Railway (Keio New Line), Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei Subway Shinjuku Line)

At this stationKeio New LineとToei Shinjuku LineTrains arrive and depart. The official station name is "Shinjuku StationIt is treated as the same station as Shinjuku Station on the Keio Line, and it is possible to go back and forth inside the ticket gate.National Route 20(Koshu Highway)HomeBecause there is a little distance,Ticket gate, Distinguishing from the fact that there is a separate ticket gate, etc.New Line Shinjuku StationIs called.

Keio Electric Railway and Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of TransportationShared use stationSince the station itself is under the jurisdiction of Keio Electric Railway, the station's broadcasting, ticket vending machines, checkout machines, ticket gate equipment and signs are Keio specifications, but the structure of the premises is generally similar to that of other Toei Shinjuku Line stations. It's similar. In addition, there is a Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation-affiliated shop "Mercy" inside the ticket gate, and a commuter pass of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation outside the ticket gate, and this station is owned equally by both companies.

On the Toei Subway side, it is simply called "Shinjuku Station", but it will be under the direct control of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation.Toei Oedo LineTo distinguish it from the station of "Shinjuku Line Shinjuku StationIt may be written as ".

However, unlike Shinjuku Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line, the ticket vending machine is under the jurisdiction of Keio, so you cannot purchase a special ticket for the Toei Subway (Marugoto Ticket and Toei-Metro One-day Pass can be purchased), but Oedo It is possible to use a special ticket purchased at the ticket gate of the line alone. In addition, when entering from this station with various IC cards such as PASMO and Suica, even if the balance is less than the initial fare of 178 yen for the Toei Subway, it should be 126 yen or more, which is the initial fare for the Keio Line and Keio New Line. You can enter the venue.

It has an island platform with two lines on one side extending from east to west, and the Keio Line station and the Oedo Line station are connected inside the ticket gate, but not the Tokyo Metro station (#Contact with each subway lineSee also).

As mentioned earlier, the last two trains from Keio (for Sakurajosui) and a few from the first train (for Mt. Takaosan) depart from here.

Bus stop

4KO Keio New LineHatsudai-Hatagaya-Meidaimae-Chofu-AndaspectSome trains are on line 5
5S Toei Shinjuku LineIchigaya-Kudanshita-Jimbo-(I.e.-Motoyawataaspect

(Source:Toei Subway: Station map)

  • The first and last trains at Shinjuku Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line will arrive after arrival on Line 4.LineTurn back at and enter the 5th line. In other words, the direct train from the Keio New Line and the first train at Shinjuku Station depart from the same platform. In addition, the Keio New Line Shinjuku Station's first and last trains will return at Line 5 and will not enter the pulling line.
  • Trains that operate on the Keio Line and stop at each station on the Toei Shinjuku Line[Annotation 6]Will change the category at all borders. Before the timetable revision on February 2013, 2, from Sasazuka direction to Motoyawata direction (trains that actually stop at Sasazuka at each station) and Toei lines that stop at each station, Keio line trains that apply to Chofu direction Had changed the type at this station. Express trains that operate from the direction of Motoyawata to Sasazuka within the Keio Line are fast and trains that are trained at the same speed as the first train from Motoyawata to the Keio Line. Was guided as if they were subordinate to them).
  • Boarding positionThe display fused the Keio type and the Toei type.StyleIs. Also, to prevent accidental riding, the opening and closing part (door part) of the home door is indigo blue on the 4th line side and yellow green on the 5th line side, and each line color is drawn on the door pocket part.


If you transfer to the east stairs or escalator, you will find the Keio New Line ticket gate here on the first basement floor,Keio MallGo to the basement square in the south of. To the north of the ticket gate, there is a passageway and toilet leading to the Keio Line No. 3 boarding platform. There is also a connecting passage leading from the 4th basement floor to the platform of the Oedo Line. If you go up the stairs to the west from the platform, you will find the Shintoshinguchi ticket gate on the first basement floor.

The toilet is located beside the passage to the Keio Line No. 3 boarding platform near the north of the Keio New Line, but it is not compatible with wheelchair users. In the connecting passage (Frente Shinjuku) that connects the Keio New Line exit outside the ticket gate and the Shintoshin exit, there is a toilet for wheelchair usersWarm water washing toilet seatIs installed.

Elevators connect the inside and outside of the ticket gates directly to the home/Oedo line connecting passage (Later) ・There are two units that connect the Keio New Line Exit within the ticket gate. Of these, the former is for business use and cannot be used by ordinary customers[Annotation 7].. The escalator moves only between the ticket gate and the platform except that there is no home (4th floor) on the basement floor on the way from the Shintoshin exit.

Commuter pass2006(18)6Until then, it was shared with Keio and Toei, but it became separate from the following July. In addition, the Keio side2009It was abolished at the end of 21.


  • (Keio Line)ShinjukuとNew Line ShinjukuIs clearly distinguished and guided. However, when the train arrives at Shinjuku Station on the new line, the in-car broadcast will simply sayShinjukuWill be guided. The station name on the Shinjuku Station platform on the new line is also "ShinjukuIs written. For English, Shinjuku Shinjuku is in Roman letters.Shinsen-shinjukuHas been used for a long time, but in the process of unifying signs at Shinjuku Station,Keio New Line ShinjukuWas unified. In addition, in Japanese, such as the curtain, "New Line Shinjuku", but in English it is simply "ShinjukuThere are some that
  • In the early 1990s, there were many passages between the Keio New Line Exit and the Shintoshin Exit, which are now the Keio Mall Annex.ホ ー ム レ スMade a cardboard house and settled in.1996May 1From Shinjuku station in TokyoTokyo Metropolitan GovernmentIn the underground passage leading toMoving walkwayKeio Teito Electric Railway (at that time) was in the same year due to an influx from the same area after the homeless were forcibly eliminated due to the construction of theMay 2Built a barricade in this passage to eliminate the homeless[Newspaper 7]..Even now, in this passage, "The following actions are taken to maintain order and prevent fires in Shinjuku Station.[Annotation 8]If you do, please note that we may restrict the use of the station yard. "

Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau (Toei Subway Oedo Line)

Tocho-mae Station Duty District Managed station in Tocho-mae Station Duty District.Directly operated station.

An underground station with 7 line and 1 lines on the island platform on the 2th basement floor of the metropolitan road, further south of the Keio New Line and Toei Shinjuku Line stations. Homes extend north to south. Deputy station name isKeio Department Store前.

On construction, the home floor isShield tunnelSo, the upper floor was constructed by the open-cut method.[40].

1997(9)May 12ToNerima StationFrom the station to the station,Tochomae StationI was doing single line parallel operation from2000(12)May 4 OfNational Stadium StationIt was transferred to double track operation during stretching.

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6E Toei Oedo LineRoppongi-Daimon-Monzenkanchoaspect
7In front of Tokyo Metropolitan GovernmentHikarigaoka-(Transfer in front of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office)Iidabashiaspect

(Source:Toei Subway: Station map)


If you go up the stairs or escalator from the north side of the platform, there is a ticket gate B on the first basement floor, which faces the Keio New Line exit. From there, there is an escalator to the south, which connects to the Toei Shinjuku Line and Keio New Line platforms from the 1th basement floor.

Stairs from the center of the platform, or platform edge (RoppongiTake the elevator from (direction) and there is a ticket gate C on the 3rd basement floor,Shinjuku Mines TowerIt becomes an exit to. There is also an elevator that goes to the ground,Hotel Sunroute Plaza ShinjukuGo ahead.

In addition to moving between the outside of the ticket gate and the platform of the Oedo Line, it goes through the ticket gate B marked "Oedo Line Platform", and also passes through the opposite "Keio New Line Platform" and is on the 4th basement floor inside the ticket gate. You can also use the "Oedo Line connecting passage". This is convenient when you want to use the elevator from the JR direction.

This connection passage has a structure where an intermediate ticket gate can be installed,Automatic checkout machineThere is also a space to put in, etc., but it has not been installed in consideration of changing trains between Toei lines (in this space,1998At the end of (10)Prepaid CardAn IC card stacker was installed when the system was tested.)

Since you can come and go inside the ticket gate, you can enter the Oedo Line ticket gate and board the Keio Line. Therefore, the boarding station of the passnet that was once released was "Miyako Shinjuku 12" (the Keio's first fare is subtracted instead of the Toei Subway's first fare), and the alighting station display is "TO-shuku". It was

In addition, although ticket tickets for the Keio Line are on sale at ticket gates on the Oedo Line alone, all ticket machines are Toei specifications, and unlike ticket machines for the Keio Line (including new lines),Admission ticketNo account has been set up (a ticket for the first fare on the Keio Line can be used as a substitute, and a manned ticket gate can be used at the time of entry), but an admission ticket purchased at other ticket gates on the Keio Line at all ticket gates in Toei Can be used. However, the ticket cannot be exited from the ticket gate of Keio with the ticket settled in Toei (vice versa).

The toilet is on the 4th basement floor. Elevator home (7th basement)-4th basement-Connects the ticket gate C floor. Only the escalator can move between the home floor and ticket gate C.

Odakyu Electric Railway

Located on the west side of JR Shinjuku Station, upstairsOdakyu Department StoreShinjuku store main building and ShinjukuMilordがある。小田原線の起点であり、小田急電鉄の東京側ターミナル駅である。管区長・駅長所在駅であり、「新宿管区」として当駅 - Tohokuzawa Station間の各駅を、「新宿管区新宿管内」として当駅と南新宿駅を管理している[48].

1964Three-dimensional in February[16], With 4 lines on 3 sides above the ground as it is now地下It became a station with a 3-layer structure consisting of 2 lines and 2 lines. The railroad runs north to south, and the north end of each floorHead-end homeSo, the train departs and arrives from the south side.It is called Platform 1-6 from the east side above ground and Platform 7-10 from the east side underground. There are connecting stairs and elevators between the 2nd and 3rd platforms and the 7th platform, the 4th and 5th platforms and the 8th and 9th platforms, and the 6th and 10th platforms and the south exit ticket gate (from the 2nd and 3rd platforms). There is also an escalator).

Around February 1996, departure information displays on the ground and underground platforms and in each concourseInverted flap typeIt was updated to a 3-color LED type from around January 2007.フ ル カ ラ ーUpdated to LED type.

For many years, Platform 1 has functioned as a platform dedicated to getting off and as a waiting space, supplementing the function of distributing with passengers from Platform 2, and is one of the shooting locations for each romance car model entering No. 1 and 2. It was also popular as.Due to safety implications and changes in passenger conditions, the service was suspended around 2005-2006, and both boarding and alighting have been integrated into Platform 2.After the suspension of use, a fence has been installed at the entrance near the central ticket gate of the west exit and it is off limits, but the platform may be used for commemorative ceremonies.

2011(23) In the railway business capital investment plan, to the 4th and 5th platforms above the groundMovable home fenceInstallation work is planned,2012(24)May 9Completed.30 DayStarted using[Press 21].2021(令和3年)度には、地下8・9番ホームにもMovable home fenceの設置工事が行われる予定[Press 22].

Station structure

Basically, there are 8-10 cars on underground platforms (stops at each station), but on ground platformsRomance carAnd 10-car train (express/rapid express[Annotation 9]) Operates as the first train.When arriving at this station, all trains stop and arrive at a certain place at the back (on the car stop side, closest to the west exit ground / underground ticket gate) regardless of the number of cars.

Except for the Romancecar, different platforms are used for boarding and disembarking, but passengers are also disembarked on the boarding platform side during the morning hours regardless of weekdays and holidays.The limited express romance car cleans and inspects the inside of the car after getting off the passengers, and gets on from the same platform.If you arrive by deadhead driving, you can board immediately after arrival.

Trains departing from the ground platform are limited express romance carsRapid express・ Because it is an express train and the next stop is Yoyogi-Uehara except for the limited express romance car, it is a ground platform.Station name markYoyogi-Uehara is listed as the next station.As the next station to the underground platform station name signLocal trainIt is a stop stationMinami ShinjukuIs described.In addition, Minami-Shinjuku and Yoyogi-Uehara were written together on the underground platform station name mark when the section semi-express was once operated.

In the platform information of the platform, the number and type of the platform (or only for disembarking) are listed, and the specific station name is not listed.

The junction between the ground line and the underground lineMetropolitan Yotsuya Kakuhoku LineNext to the crossingMinami-Shinjuku StationIt's right next to Shinjuku station. In other words, by taking the part where the four lines run side by side for a long time, we are servicing trains that depart and arrive all day long.

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Ground home
1(unused)Platform 1 is the platform where you get off when the train departs from Platform 2 and arrives, but it is not in use.
2□Limited express romance carOdawara-Hakone Yumoto-
Karakida-Katase Enoshimaaspect
3There is no drop-off platform for trains departing from Platform 3.
Platform 3 also serves as the platform for departure when the train departing Platform 4 arrives.
4■Rapid Express■Express
6(Getting off the platform when the train leaving Platform 5 arrives)
Underground home
7(Getting off the platform when the train leaving Platform 8 arrives) 
8■Local trainShin Matsuda・To Karakida
10(Getting off the platform when the train leaving Platform 9 arrives)

If the timetable is disturbed, the above departure / arrival numbers may be changed.

5-car trains will be detained at 6th and 10th homes, and 9 car trains will be detained at 10th and 8th homes at night.

Wiring diagram
Odakyu Shinjuku Station Railway Wiring Diagram
Odakyu Shinjuku Station Railway Wiring Diagram →
-Katase Enoshima
Usage Guide
* Created with reference to the following.
** 「小田急電鉄線路配線略図」『Railway pictorial』Vol. 70 No. 8 (Vol. 976),Electric Vehicle Study Group, December 2020, 8, end of the book, ISSN 0040-4047.
** Keisuke Soda, "Special feature 100th anniversary of Yamanote line train",Friendship company,Railway fan』Vol. 50 No. 2 (Volume 586)
February 2010 issue, page 2, "Figure 39 Odakyu Shinjuku Station Wiring", 18
** “新宿駅急行ホームに可動式ホーム柵を設置します。〜より安全な駅を目指して、7月より工事に着手します〜” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Odakyu Electric Railway, (February 2011, 6), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 2., https://web.archive.org/web/20210215025436/http://www.odakyu.jp/program/info/data.info/6354_5460781_.pdf 2021th of February 5Browse. 

* Above is ground wiring and below is underground wiring. The white line cross hatch is for getting off, the first home of the diagonal line hatch is2011(23)
Not used as of June. Purple is the platform for express trains.
The number on the platform (small) is the platform number on the passenger guide and the number near the car stop (italicized).
Is the wiring number for operation management. All homes support 10-car formations.


There is a west exit ground ticket gate and a west exit underground ticket gate at the head end of each floor. To the east of the west exit underground ticket gate, there is a central underground connection to the JR and an intermediate ticket gate to the central east exit (the color of the automatic ticket gate is yellow). You can enter and exit from the central east exit via the central passageway inside the JR ticket gate. The underground ticket gate and the central underground access gate are located below the stairs (near the 10th and 8th cars of the 9-car train) near the west exit ground ticket gate from the above-ground platform.

There is an overpass to the south of the platform, which connects from the above-ground platform. If you go south, you will find the south exit, which is adjacent to the JR south exit. On the east side, there is a south exit connection to JR.

Toilets are located inside and outside the west exit and inside the south exit (both on the left side of the exit and inside the ticket). Multipurpose toilets are installed outside the West Exit underground ticket gate and inside the South Exit ticket gate, bothOstomateIt is equipped with hot water supply equipment for ostomate on the south exit side. There is no Western-style toilet for general use in the toilet outside the West Exit underground ticket gate.

Elevators inside the ticket gate are the south exit ticket gates and homes (south exit ticket gates-2/3 homes-7th home, south exit ticket gates-4th home-5th home, south exit ticket gates-8th home-9th home ) Is tied, and both2005It was completed in (17). On the ground homeEVERYTHINGOther than the 10-car train will be around 5-6 car. In addition, the underground platform (7-10 line) in the case of a 10-car train will be near 7-8 car.

The elevator outside the ticket gate is on the right side after exiting the ticket gateOdakyu Department StoreThere is one. This is the west exit ground ticket gate2006With the update in (18), the elevator at the Odakyu Department Store adjacent to the ticket gate will also stop on the first floor, and at the same time from the first underground to the last train from the basement 1st floor with the West Exit underground ticket gate It has become available. There is also a commercial elevator that connects the area near the west exit ground ticket gate to the outside of the west exit underground ticket gate, but it cannot be used without the attendance of station staff.

The escalator is a narrow type only from the 2nd and 3rd platforms to the south exit ticket gate. It will be near the 10rd car of 3-car train other than VSE.

There is a split guide board A between the 4th and 5th platforms (close to the west exit ground ticket gate) to the 4th and 5th cars (between cars 10 and 6 of the 7-car train). The type and destination can be displayed. Previously, there was a split guide plate B that could be displayed in a similar manner from the split guide plate A to two cars closer to Odawara (the end of the 2-car train that is closest to Odawara).

The current boarding position target of the ground platform is indicated by the red circle for the first departure and the blue triangle for the next departure (displayed in green on the departure guidance display), but previously, using the lamp embedded under the foot We were informed (flashing on the starting line, lighting up continuously on the next line). When the boarding position guide was a lamp, in the case of a 6-car train, the lamp flashed and lit continuously only at the position where the train stopped, but currently it is not distinguished because a sticker is attached. Also, there is no guide for the end of the 6-car train that is closer to Odawara.

In the underground platform, a lamp is hung from the ceiling to guide the end of the 4-6, 8-car train (of which only the 8-car train is in commercial operation) near the Odawara.

Trains departing from this station areDeparture bellSound.

2006(18)May 3, "Romance Car Cafe", a coffee shop, was opened at the end of homes 1 and 2 next to the west exit ground ticket gate. Juice stand “Oasis Station” (Shinjuku store) is located in the 7th and 8th homes in front of the west exit underground ticket gate, and the sales entity is bothOdakyu Restaurant SystemIs. Also, at the head end of No. 7 platform,Bunkyo(Culture Agent Bunkyodo Odakyu Shinjuku store) was in there. At the end of the first and second platforms, there was only one limited express ticket vending machine used to be installed. Before that, around 1, there was the advance ticket sales window "Odakyu Shinjuku Information Center" inside the ticket gates.

Tokyo Metro

From near the north side of JRShinjuku streetAn underground station with two lines on one side of an island platform that extends from east to west on the second basement floor.

There is a pocket track in the direction of Nishi-Shinjuku, and trains bound for Ikebukuro that return to this station are operated during the rush hour on weekday mornings.2019May 7With the timetable revision ofHonancho StationChanged to departure and arrival).In addition, night detention is set on the pocket track, and the last train departing from Ikebukuro and stopping at this station will be forwarded on weekdays, and the last train departing from Ogikubo and stopping at Nakano-Sakaue will be detained on Saturdays and holidays.

It is connected to JR / Keio / Odakyu Station and Shinjuku West Exit Station (Toei Subway Oedo Line) / Seibu Shinjuku Station (Seibu Shinjuku Line).However, there is no contact with Shinjuku Station on the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line and Toei Subway Oedo Line.

It is a station located in the station affairs ward, and as the affairs ward of Shinjuku stationYotsuyaarea·NakanosakaueManage the area[49].

Bus stop

1M Marunouchi LineNishi-Shinjuku-Nakanosakaue・Ogikubo・Honan Townaspect
2Akasaka Mitsuke-Ginza-Otemachi・For Ikebukuro

(Source:Tokyo Metro: Floor plan)


When arriving at Ogikubo on Line 1, "Nakano Fujimi Town・ For Honancho, change trains at Nakano-Sakaue. ”(Only at this station).Nishi Shinjuku StationBefore the opening of the train, it was "Transfer to Nakano Fujimi-cho and Honan-cho for the next Nakanosakaue", but after the opening of the station, it was omitted and the current broadcasting format was used when the departure target was updated.

After the opening of Shinjuku West Exit Station on the Toei Oedo Line, there was a guide broadcast saying "Shinjuku West Exit Station Connection Toei Oedo Line is a transfer", but after the station broadcast update in 2018, it is simply "Toei Oedo Line" Is being broadcast.

2006(18)10ToMovable home fenceAnd the departure buzzer was moved to the track side.2008(20)6More departure melody (departure sign sound) is introduced. At the time of congestion, the departure buzzer that was used before the introduction of the departure melody was sounded, and at that time the movable platform fence was also closed separately from the vehicle door, but it started after the Marunouchi Line started one-man operation. Stop using the buzzer. Special handling is performed during weekday morning rush hours, and the door is closed as soon as the buzzer finishes sounding. At that time, the door on the vehicle side and the movable platform fence do not work together, and a two-stage system is adopted in which when the vehicle door is first closed, the station staff will later close the movable platform fence. This method is the same at Ikebukuro station.

Departure melody

As mentioned above, with the start of one-man operation,switchThe production departure melody (departure sign sound) has been introduced.

The first song is "Honeybee Brothers" (Hiroshi Shiozuka(Composer), track 2 is "Glittering Ogawa" (composed by Risa Kumaki)[50].


At the east and west ends of the platform, there are stairs to the first basement floor, each with a ticket gate. Free passage when you exit the ticket gateMetro Promenade) Is connected to Shinjuku Sanchome Station in the east. The ticket gate on the east side is JR EastShinjuku SubnardThe ticket gate on the west side connects to the west exit of the JR / Keio Line / Odakyu Line, the west exit underground plaza and the bus terminal. It is not possible to pass between the east side ticket gate and the west side ticket gate in the early morning and late at night.

The elevator and escalator are on the east side, connecting the ticket gate floor and the home floor, but the escalator is only toward the ticket gate floor.

There are two toilets outside the ticket gate.

Usage situation


In 2008Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin LineDue to the opening of the company, some passengers were dispersed at Shinjuku Sanchome Station, so the number of passengers was declining mainly in JR East and Tokyo Metro after peaking in 2007, but it is now recovering after hitting the bottom in 2011. It is in the keynote.

  • JR East -2019 average dailyBoardingpersonnel The775,386Is[Number of passengers 1].
    It is the number one station in JR East and the number one passenger in the world.
  • Keio Electric Railway -2019 average dailyGetting on and offpersonnel The788,567Is[Number of passengers 2].
    No. 1 among Keio Electric Railway stations. However, in addition to the number of users at Shinjuku Station on the Keio New Line, it also includes direct personnel to the Toei Shinjuku Line. It continued to increase until FY2008, and then decreased until FY2011, but it has been increasing again since FY2012, and the number of passengers getting on and off reached a record high in FY2018.
  • Odakyu Electric Railway -2019 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel516,876Is[Number of passengers 3].
  • Tokyo Metro -2019 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel237,552Is[Number of passengers 4].
    Within all 130 stations of Tokyo MetroShimbashi Station6th place after. As a station on the Marunouchi line, it ranks 25th out of 4 stations excluding the Honancho branch line.Ginza StationNext to most. At its peak in 1972 and 1988, the average daily number of passengers getting on and off exceeded 1. After that, it had been on a downward trend until FY30, but has been on an increasing trend again since FY2011.
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation --The following values ​​include transfer personnel between Toei Subway lines[Number of passengers 5].
    • Shinjuku Line -2019 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel313,339(Passengers: 157,357, getting off: 155,982).
      #21 out of all 1 stations on the Toei Shinjuku Line. However, it includes direct personnel with the Keio Line.
    • Oedo Line -2019 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel143,843(Passengers: 69,812, getting off: 74,031).
      No. 38 among all 1 stations on the Toei 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).

Average daily number of passengers by year[Boarding data 1][Boarding data 2]
年度Odakyu Electric RailwayKeio Electric RailwayOrganization / Tokyo MetroToei Subway
Keio Line / New LineShinjuku LineOedo Line
Daily average
Boarding and alighting personnel
Rate of increaseDaily average
Boarding and alighting personnel
Rate of increaseDaily average
Boarding and alighting personnel
Rate of increaseDaily average
Boarding and alighting personnel
Rate of increaseDaily average
Boarding and alighting personnel
Rate of increase
1997 (Heisei09 years)689,061
1998 year (Heisei 10 year)690,0260.1%
1999 year (Heisei 11 year)496,860689,548−0.1%270,972
2000 year (Heisei 12 year)495,438−0.3%690,6870.2%266,409−1.7%235,22761,348
2001 year (Heisei 13 year)491,863−0.7%699,3951.3%255,994−3.9%231,421−1.6%88,33644.0%
2002 year (Heisei 14 year)486,186−1.2%699,8010.6%251,209−1.9%231,8370.2%93,1935.5%
2003 year (Heisei 15 year)486,4740.1%707,2221.1%246,988−1.7%232,4120.2%104,98912.7%
2004 year (Heisei 16 year)486,118−0.1%710,9030.5%240,808−2.5%231,376−0.4%107,8692.7%
2005 year (Heisei 17 year)486,7650.1%719,9461.3%238,421−1.0%234,8471.5%112,7164.5%
2006 year (Heisei 18 year)490,0810.7%726,6530.9%238,4940.0%242,9093.4%117,4944.2%
2007 year (Heisei 19 year)498,9181.8%747,4072.9%240,9841.0%262,6888.1%130,80011.3%
2008 year (Heisei 20 year)491,631−1.5%748,8030.2%232,044−3.7%267,4771.8%130,128−0.5%
2009 year (Heisei 21 year)482,818−1.8%739,138−1.3%219,606−5.4%266,441−0.4%128,637−1.1%
2010 year (Heisei 22 year)476,773−1.3%724,012−2.0%215,468−1.9%263,982−1.0%127,690−0.7%
2011 year (Heisei 23 year)474,552−0.5%711,892−1.7%212,024−1.6%257,455−2.5%124,413−2.6%
2012 year (Heisei 24 year)483,1501.8%714,9490.4%220,1543.8%260,4581.2%129,4924.1%
2013 year (Heisei 25 year)494,1842.3%730,8492.2%227,3663.3%266,8692.5%133,0752.8%
2014 year (Heisei 26 year)488,021−1.2%734,5780.5%226,734−0.3%270,9691.5%133,7000.5%
2015 year (Heisei 27 year)492,2340.9%757,8233.2%231,3402.0%280,1833.4%137,0962.5%
2016 year (Heisei 28 year)499,9191.6%770,0721.6%233,5551.0%289,7863.4%139,7942.0%
2017 year (Heisei 29 year)506,2291.3%786,0522.1%236,6571.3%302,1244.3%142,2961.8%
2018 year (Heisei 30 year)521,1602.9%797,3781.4%239,7941.3%312,3123.4%145,3342.1%
2019 (first year of Reiwa)516,876−0.8%788,567−1.1%237,552−0.9%313,3390.3%143,843−1.0%

Keio Electric Railway's daily average boarding and alighting personnel

年度[Note 1]Keio Electric Railway[Note 2]Keio Line-Directly connected to Toei Shinjuku Line
1948 year (Showa 23 year)[Note 3]85,900
1955 year (Showa 30 year)146,525
1960 year (Showa 35 year)219,890
1965 year (Showa 40 year)328,777
1970 year (Showa 45 year)421,910
1975 year (Showa 50 year)469,264
1978 year (Showa 53 year)[Note 4]502,559
1980 year (Showa 55 year)524,18651,627
1985 year (Showa 60 year)583,17087,275
1990 (Heisei02 years)660,765107,101
1995 (Heisei07 years)684,406107,666

Daily average number of passengers by year (1s-1880s)

Daily average for each yearBoardingThe personnel are as shown in the table below.

Average daily number of passengers by year
年度Japan RailwayKobu RailwaySource
1884 (17th year of Meiji)[Note 5]Unopened
1885 (18th year of Meiji)36[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 1]
1886 (19th year of Meiji)36[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 2]
1888 (21th year of Meiji)118[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 3]
1889 (22th year of Meiji)[Note 6]
1890 (23th year of Meiji)386[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 4]
1891 (24th year of Meiji)385[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 5]
1893 (26th year of Meiji)600[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 6]
1895 (28th year of Meiji)393610[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 7]
1896 (29th year of Meiji)595850[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 8]
1897 (30th year of Meiji)749992[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 9]
1898 (31th year of Meiji)8471,074[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 10]
1899 (32th year of Meiji)7661,104[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 11]
1900 (33th year of Meiji)7741,154[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 12]
1901 (34th year of Meiji)8041,180[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 13]
1902 (35th year of Meiji)7741,226[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 14]
1903 (36th year of Meiji)7631,238[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 15]
1904 (37th year of Meiji)8291,448[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 16]
1905 (38th year of Meiji)7772,038[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 17]


Average daily number of passengers by year
年度National railwayOdawara
Express train
1907 (40th year of Meiji)3,474Unopened[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 18]
1908 (41th year of Meiji)3,620[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 19]
1909 (42th year of Meiji)3,672[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 20]
1911 (44th year of Meiji)4,435[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 21]
1912 (Taisho first year)4,882[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 22]
1913 (Taisho02 years)5,052[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 23]
1914 (Taisho03 years)5,017[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 24]
1915 (Taisho04 years)4,684[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 25]
1916 (Taisho05 years)5,612[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 26]
1919 (Taisho08 years)10,984[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 27]
1920 (Taisho09 years)14,358[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 28]
1922 (Taisho 11th year)21,543[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 29]
1923 (Taisho 12th year)29,507[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 30]
1924 (Taisho 13th year)35,368[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 31]
1925 (Taisho 14th year)40,061[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 32]
1926 (Showa XNUMXst year)46,740[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 33]
1927 (Showa02 years)57,388[Note 7]7,563[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 34]
1928 (Showa03 years)67,34810,701[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 35]
1929 (Showa04 years)72,66714,184[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 36]
1930 (Showa05 years)71,55515,200[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 37]
1931 (Showa06 years)72,26115,785[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 38]
1932 (Showa07 years)71,49416,484[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 39]
1933 (Showa08 years)62,43016,211[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 40]
1934 (Showa09 years)65,11915,142[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 41]
1935 year (Showa 10 year)66,23015,801[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 42]

Daily average number of passengers by year (1-1953)

Average daily number of passengers by year
年度JNR /
JR East
CorpsToei SubwayOdakyu Electric RailwayKeio Teito Electric Railway
/ Keio Electric Railway
Shinjuku LineOedo Line[Note 8]
1953 year (Showa 28 year)133,435UnopenedUnopenedUnopened(JNR only)[Tokyo statistics 1]
1954 year (Showa 29 year)159,193(JNR only)[Tokyo statistics 2]
1955 year (Showa 30 year)153,313(JNR only)[Tokyo statistics 3]
1956 year (Showa 31 year)236,31574,72881,807[Tokyo statistics 4]
1957 year (Showa 32 year)248,95580,82786,945[Tokyo statistics 5]
1958 year (Showa 33 year)264,151[Note 9]36,76188,50336,364[Tokyo statistics 6]
1959 year (Showa 34 year)276,75555,63398,44499,944[Tokyo statistics 7]
1960 year (Showa 35 year)296,81757,741107,958110,536[Tokyo statistics 8]
1961 year (Showa 36 year)299,46785,416120,584122,503[Tokyo statistics 9]
1962 year (Showa 37 year)317,123117,513133,555132,051[Tokyo statistics 10]
1963 year (Showa 38 year)332,26890,760147,660139,273[Tokyo statistics 11]
1964 year (Showa 39 year)365,19698,560163,944151,058[Tokyo statistics 12]
1965 year (Showa 40 year)389,700109,093175,854166,165[Tokyo statistics 13]
1966 year (Showa 41 year)[Note 10]418,182112,762186,226175,565[Tokyo statistics 14]
1967 year (Showa 42 year)437,139121,926198,813189,575[Tokyo statistics 15]
1968 year (Showa 43 year)475,599134,846210,100198,100[Tokyo statistics 16]
1969 year (Showa 44 year)468,433148,219222,566208,686[Tokyo statistics 17]
1970 year (Showa 45 year)472,841157,466232,915214,115[Tokyo statistics 18]
1971 year (Showa 46 year)614,421162,372241,525220,242[Tokyo statistics 19]
1972 year (Showa 47 year)633,164166,060246,230230,644[Tokyo statistics 20]
1973 year (Showa 48 year)642,647161,512242,011231,951[Tokyo statistics 21]
1974 year (Showa 49 year)670,438159,112250,386232,203[Tokyo statistics 22]
1975 year (Showa 50 year)652,642161,391247,508234,686[Tokyo statistics 23]
1976 year (Showa 51 year)669,258160,416246,110236,364[Tokyo statistics 24]
1977 year (Showa 52 year)662,926164,162249,058243,729[Tokyo statistics 25]
1978 year (Showa 53 year)664,005151,721235,293248,795[Tokyo statistics 26]
1979 year (Showa 54 year)657,678152,721[Note 11]21,000231,907256,189[Tokyo statistics 27]
1980 year (Showa 55 year)625,707145,62759,392234,123257,112[Tokyo statistics 28]
1981 year (Showa 56 year)620,447147,98172,079235,975262,395[Tokyo statistics 29]
1982 year (Showa 57 year)614,562147,53778,137239,148265,164[Tokyo statistics 30]
1983 year (Showa 58 year)628,276149,84782,355242,139265,653[Tokyo statistics 31]
1984 year (Showa 59 year)648,660151,94088,408244,123273,038[Tokyo statistics 32]
1985 year (Showa 60 year)663,855152,09689,838249,660284,690[Tokyo statistics 33]
1986 year (Showa 61 year)698,318157,17395,616259,156296,359[Tokyo statistics 34]
1987 year (Showa 62 year)706,910157,940101,158266,956304,885[Tokyo statistics 35]
1988 year (Showa 63 year)665,030159,890104,658274,192314,485[Tokyo statistics 36]
1989 (first year of Heisei)681,205158,405113,241270,805315,038[Tokyo statistics 37]
1990 (Heisei02 years)709,490158,332117,910272,110325,795[Tokyo statistics 38]
1991 (Heisei03 years)741,421156,801123,828277,257335,180[Tokyo statistics 39]
1992 (Heisei04 years)735,192153,10158,208273,762336,800[Tokyo statistics 40]
1993 (Heisei05 years)741,342148,608126,540270,726337,868[Tokyo statistics 41]
1994 (Heisei06 years)740,063144,507126,068267,526337,438[Tokyo statistics 42]
1995 (Heisei07 years)743,710141,552121,970262,689336,511[Tokyo statistics 43]
1996 (Heisei08 years)767,800141,263122,715264,627340,553[Tokyo statistics 44]
1997 (Heisei09 years)765,518140,819119,901[Note 12]15,942260,058339,471[Tokyo statistics 45]
1998 year (Heisei 10 year)756,551137,786115,06319,364257,866344,490[Tokyo statistics 46]
1999 year (Heisei 11 year)[JR 1]756,772134,030112,48620,740254,842338,904[Tokyo statistics 47]
2000 year (Heisei 12 year)[JR 2]753,791131,953113,17823,345254,638340,216[Tokyo statistics 48]
Reference materials and books
  • The average number of passengers per day is 1 (418,182). Source:1966 (Showa 41) Tokyo statistical yearbook (PDF) . Place: Page 6. Source: Japan National Railways Kanto Branch Examination Statistics. Number of passengers per year 152,636,325 divided by 365.
  • The average number of passengers per day is 1 (410,069). Source: Takeshi Hara (1966) Inquiry This World June-July 2009 (NHK Knowing Music / Month). Publisher: Japan Broadcast Publishing Association. Place: Page 2009.

Average daily number of passengers by year (since 1)

Average daily number of passengers by year[Boarding data 2]
年度JR EastOrganization /
Tokyo Metro
Toei SubwayOdakyu Electric RailwayKeio Electric RailwaySource
Out of termRegularTotalShinjuku Line[Note 13]Oedo Line[Note 14]
2001 year (Heisei 13 year)[JR 3]745,153127,529109,73736,293252,781344,718[Tokyo statistics 49]
2002 year (Heisei 14 year)[JR 4]748,515124,145110,37538,822249,036345,173[Tokyo statistics 50]
2003 year (Heisei 15 year)[JR 5]746,293121,773110,57743,809248,082347,833[Tokyo statistics 51]
2004 year (Heisei 16 year)[JR 6]742,183119,904110,29645,227246,134350,340[Tokyo statistics 52]
2005 year (Heisei 17 year)[JR 7]747,930118,458111,89647,285246,126355,000[Tokyo statistics 53]
2006 year (Heisei 18 year)[JR 8]757,013118,400124,94058,830247,605358,274[Tokyo statistics 54]
2007 year (Heisei 19 year)[JR 9]785,801119,287133,50864,034252,787367,885[Tokyo statistics 55]
2008 year (Heisei 20 year)358,392407,627[JR 10]766,020114,143135,36663,682249,189369,778[Tokyo statistics 56]
2009 year (Heisei 21 year)350,176398,345[JR 11]748,522108,103134,35662,633244,693365,084[Tokyo statistics 57]
2010 year (Heisei 22 year)341,067395,648[JR 12]736,715106,213133,10462,083241,651357,975[Tokyo statistics 58]
2011 year (Heisei 23 year)341,238392,915[JR 13]734,154104,310129,67660,580240,638351,306[Tokyo statistics 59]
2012 year (Heisei 24 year)[JR 14]346,974[JR 14]395,859[JR 14]742,833108,467130,97662,933245,066353,608[Tokyo statistics 60]
2013 year (Heisei 25 year)[JR 15]349,980[JR 15]401,038[JR 15]751,018112,061134,18564,701250,718361,243[Tokyo statistics 61]
2014 year (Heisei 26 year)[JR 16]351,211[JR 16]396,945[JR 16]748,157111,916136,22865,182248,102363,386[Tokyo statistics 62]
2015 year (Heisei 27 year)[JR 17]355,987[JR 17]404,056[JR 17]760,043114,254140,96766,765250,262374,183[Tokyo statistics 63]
2016 year (Heisei 28 year)[JR 18]360,977[JR 18]408,329[JR 18]769,307115,134146,00268,002254,255380,825[Tokyo statistics 64]
2017 year (Heisei 29 year)[JR 19]365,982[JR 19]412,635[JR 19]778,618116,496152,27569,110257,433388,841[Tokyo statistics 65]
2018 year (Heisei 30 year)[JR 20]372,401[JR 20]416,965[JR 20]789,366118,282157,18770,232264,299394,526[Tokyo statistics 66]
2019 (first year of Reiwa)[JR 21]355,778[JR 21]419,608[JR 21]775,386117,418157,35769,812261,781389,391[Tokyo statistics 67]


  1. ^ The figures after 1978 (Showa 53) are the combined values ​​of the Keio Line and Keio New Line.
  2. ^ Mutual direct operation between Keio Line and Toei Shinjuku Line1979(Showa 54) From the degree,1980(55)May 3Because it started in1979(Showa 54) Degree figures have not been calculated.
  3. ^ Fiscal year of Keio Teito Electric Railway
  4. ^ Keio New Line opening year
  5. ^ Opened March 1885, 3.
  6. ^ Opened March 1889, 4.
  7. ^ Opened March 1927, 4.
  8. ^ 大江戸線は、1997年(平成9年)12月19日開業し、2000年(平成12年)4月20日に新宿 - 国立競技場間開業、同年12月12日全線開業。
  9. ^ Opened on March 1959, 3. Data for a total of 15 days from the opening date to March 3 of the same year.
  10. ^ In “Harashi Takeshi (2009) Exploration This World June-July 2009 (NHK Know Raku/Month)”, the average daily number of passengers in 6 was 7, but here is the Tokyo Statistical Yearbook. It was described based on the material.
  11. ^ Opened on March 1980, 3. Data for a total of 16 days from the opening date to March 3 of the same year.
  12. ^ Opened April 1997, 12. Data collected for a total of 19 days from the opening date to March 1998, 3.
  13. ^ The number of passengers after 2006 includes the number of passengers transferring to the Oedo Line.
  14. ^ The number of passengers after 2006 includes the number of passengers transferring to the Shinjuku Line.


Main items sold at JR stationsEkibenIs as follows[51].

  • Hachinohe Masa mackerel sushi
  • Sea of ​​Japan Maji Sushi
  • Chicken bento
  • Bird rice lunch
  • Shenzhen rice
  • 30 item balance lunch
  • Gomappappashi
  • Mackerel mackerel sushi
  • Beef lunch
  • Pokemon bento (only on Saturdays and holidays)
  • Salmon Harako lunch
  • Japanese Black Beef Suki Bento from Miyagi Prefecture
  • Special pork cutlet lunch
  • Sauce cutlet and pig weight
  • Japanese hospitality lunch
  • Domestic beef hamburger lunch
  • Miso cutlet, Hitsumabushi style bento
  • Tuna how much lunch
  • Shinkansen E7 series lunch
  • Hachinohe mackerel sushi
  • 50 items variety lunch
  • North Sea delicious lunch
  • Seasonal lunch box lunch
  • Warm eel lunch
  • Adult holiday bento

Other than JR, limited express at the shop inside Shinjuku Station of Odakyu Electric RailwayRomance carEkiben is on sale for passengers.

As a general rule, the "ekiben shop" Shinjuku store in the south exit concourse holds a mini ekiben tournament every Saturday and holidays.

Around the station

AroundDowntown-Red light district-Business district-Gay townVarious things such as are concentrated, and it has a mixed and gorgeous atmosphere compared to the area around Tokyo Station.The waves of people never stop, day or night.Also the route to get onTokyoTama area,KanagawaNorthwest,SaitamaSouthernBed townBecause it is tied to, the number of users is constant all day long.

Koshu Highway(National Route 20)の跨線橋の架替工事終了後には、交通ターミナル「Busta Shinjuku"JR Shinjuku Millina TowerWas built. In addition, the current east exitLUMINE EST ShinjukuBill andOdakyu Department StoreThere is a plan to build a 200-meter-class skyscraper by rebuilding[52].


West ticket gate(JR)、中央西改札 (JR・京王・小田急)、Keio Department Store Exit(Keio),Square entrance(Keio),西口地上改札(小田急)、西口地下改札(小田急)、A10 --A18 / B14 --B18(東京メトロ)など

出口や改札口の名称に関わりなく、俗に「西口」と呼ばれることが多い。2020May 7の東西自由通路の供用開始に伴い、西口改札は西改札に、中央西口改札は中央西改札に名称変更となった[Press 10]。中央西改札は京王及び小田急との乗り換え改札でもある。ターミナルデパートのKeio Department StoreとOdakyu Department Storeが駅と直結している。改札から北側のShinjuku University GuardOverMemory side streetと呼ばれる飲み屋街が広がっている。

Originally the west exit (Nishi-Shinjuku)は、東口に比べて開発が遅れていたが、1970 eraOr laterYodobashi water purification plantOne of Tokyo's leading areas where the former site has been redeveloped on a large scale and the skyscrapers as it is today stand.office StreetIs formed.

Street speeches by political parties and political groups are often held near the bus terminal in front of the station at the west exit. Once at the west exitShinjuku Subaru Building[Annotation 10] There was also,Odakyu Department StoreMain buildingOdakyu HalcRedevelopment was considered along with the above, and demolition work began in August 2018.

East side

East ticket gate(JR),Central East Gate(JR)、A8 --A9 / B12 --B13(東京メトロ)など

出口や改札口の名称に関わりなく、俗に「東口」と呼ばれることが多い。西口と同様に東西自由通路の供用に伴い、東口改札が東改札に、中央東口改札が中央東改札に名称変更した[Press 10].Shinjuku Subnard(Underground street)を経由していくとSeibu Shinjuku Stationにアクセスが出来る。

A long-established store centered around Shinjuku SanchomeDepartment storeや大規模専門店、さまざまな飲食店などが集積し、新宿エリア最大のDowntownIs formed.Yasukuni Doriの北側には日本最大のRed light districtIsKabukichoIs spreading.

On July 2020, 7, the East-West Free Passage will be in service.[Press 10]Along with this, the east exit station square has been renewed to focus on public art.[Press 23].

To Shinjuku Sanchome
To Kabukicho


Shinjuku station east exit station building is under construction1962Beginning at the end of the day1964May 5Opened in. The name of the station building at the time of opening was "Shinjuku People's Station Building". After that, the name is "Shinjuku station buildingIt was changed to. And the name is "MyCity"(My City), and nowFashion buildingof"LUMINE EST Shinjuku"(LUMINE EST).Seibu Shinjuku Lineが東口駅ビルの2階部分に乗り入れる予定であったが、島式ホーム1本で6両編成2本のスペースしかとれないという制約があったため、断念してもともと仮駅として開業したSeibu Shinjuku Stationをそのまま使い続けている[54].


Southeast Exit (JR)

South exit(JR / Odakyu),Lumine exit(Keio)

At the exit of JR East and Odakyu on the Koshu Kaido Shinjuku Overpass, you can go east and west. Keio's Lumine Exit is connected to the south exit of JR Odakyu through the stairs in Lumine 1. In the middle of this staircase, there is a passage leading to the Keio Department Store exit, and during the time when the Lumine exit is closed, the passage is used exclusively to connect the Keio line and the south exit.

Koshu Kaido ticket gate

The ticket gates and exits for exclusive use of JR East. The south exit is on the artificial ground on the south side across the Shinjuku overpass.

Shinnan ticket gate,Miraina Tower ticket gate

This is also a ticket gate and exit exclusively for JR East, with the Shin-Minami ticket gate located near the center of the artificial ground and the Miraina Tower ticket gate located at the eastern end. It is connected to Takashimaya Times Square and Shinjuku Southern Terrace.

Entrance / exit of Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line

The subway Marunouchi Line station has a ground exit on the north side of the JR Line. There are ticket gates on the Marunouchi Line in the east and west, and they can be roughly divided into exits on the east side (Shinjuku Dori) and exits on the west side (West Exit Square). An underground passageway between the east and west exitsMetro PromenadeThe outside of the ticket gate is connected. Since each entrance is connected to the west exit of each JR/Keio/Odakyu line and the central east exit, and to the outside of the JR Central west exit (exit) and east exit of the ticket gate, it is virtually It can also be used as a ground doorway.

Because it is connected to Shinjuku Sanchome Station by an underground passage (metro promenade), the station and the exit number are consecutive. For the Kinokuniya bookstore area (B9, B8, B7, B6, etc.), refer to Shinjuku Sanchome Station.

It is also connected to Shinjuku West Exit Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line outside the ticket gate, but the ticket gate on the west side is near, and each ground entrance and exit belonging to that station can also be used in common. Furthermore, although it is connected to Seibu Shinjuku Station via the underground shopping mall "Shinjuku Subnade", it may be faster to get to the ground from exits A9 and B13.

Shinjuku streetDoorway to(JR line east side)

Doorway near the West Exit Square(JR line west side)

  • A10 Metro Dining Area, Odakyu Department Store
  • A11 Metro cafeteria
  • A12 JR West Exit, Keio West Exit, Odakyu West Exit
  • A13 Shinjuku Station underground parking
  • A14 JR West Exit, Keio West Exit, Odakyu West Exit
  • A15 Odakyu Department Store
  • A16 Shinjuku Station West Exit Basement Square, Odakyu Department Store
  • A17 Shinjuku Station West Exit Basement Square
  • A18 Shinjuku L Tower,Shinsei Bank,Sompo Japan Headquarters Building,Iyo Bankaspect
  • B14 Metro cafeteria
  • B15 JR West Exit, Keio West Exit, Odakyu West Exit, Shinjuku Palette
  • B16 Odakyu Department Store Annex Hulk (Odakyu Hulk)
  • B17 Shinjuku Station West Exit 35 (in front of Odakyu Hulk, where some flights departOdakyu Bus Station)・Bus stop 36
  • B18 Odakyu Department Store Annex Hulk (Odakyu Hulk)

Entrance/exit of Keio New Line and Toei Subway

The underground entrances to the Keio New Line and Toei Subway are on the west side of the JR line on the Koshu Kaido, and on the southwest side of the JR and Odakyu stations (however, the A1 exit is about 1 meters south of the Koshu Kaido Nishi Shinjuku 200-chome intersection). In the Mines Tower basement). Keio Line-Keio New Line / Toei Shinjuku Line-Toei Oedo Line can be moved within the ticket gate.

The Keio New Line and Toei Subway 2-8 exits are connected to the outside of the JR/Odakyu South Exit ticket gates via "LUMINE 1". In addition, the floor outside the ticket gate except the O ticket gate of the Oedo Line is "Keio MallIt is connected to the west exit/central underground west exit of JR/Keio/Odakyu lines.

Doorway on the west side of JR line of Koshu Kaido
To Mines Tower
  • A1 (Oedo Line C ticket gate dedicated entrance) Shinjuku Maynds Tower, JR Tokyo General Hospital, JR East Headquarters Building, Hotel Century Southern Tower

Bus route


  • 2006(18)May 7Suica poster "SuiPoService has started[Press 27]..To use it, you need to register in advance with the registration machine next to the advertisement.2007(19)May 4From Ikebukuro StationUeno Station·Tokyo Station·Shimbashi Station・ Installation locations have been expanded to a total of 6 stations including Shibuya station.


  • Secret Sentai Gorenger(1975)
    Special effectsTV drama..新宿駅西口にゴレンジャーGoranger at the west exit of Shinjuku StationSecret baseWith a setting, largeVTOLThe aircraft starts from the exhaust duct of the west exit underground parking lot.In addition, there are many depictions of five Gorenger members and the masked monster of the enemy / Black Crusaders who are also active around this station.
  • CITY HUNTER(1985)
    HojoManga works.Ask the hero to write the jargon "XYZ" and the contact method on the message board at the east exit of this station.
  • STATION(When the TV drama was aired in 1995. The manga publication time is unknown)
    A manga work set in "Shinjuku Station" modeled after this station and a photo taken in this stationNippon TVA TV drama (in the drama, it was "JTR Shinjuku Station").
  • Weather child(2019)
    Xin HaichengBy the directorAnimated movie.. JR South Exit will appear.2019May 7からMay 9For a limited time untilYamanote LineAs a tie-up project with "FUN! TOKYO!" By JR East, which disseminates tourist information on the surrounding area, "FUN! TOKYO! Weathering with You STATION", the JR South Exit was specially decorated and a photo spot was set up.InstagramA linked campaign was developed.During the tie-up period, the nickname for the JR South Exit will be "Weathering with youWas used[Press 28][60].

Next station

* Refer to the article for each train for the stops of the limited express trains and temporary rapid trains of East Japan Railway Company, and the route article for the stops of the Home Liner.同様に小田急電鉄の特急ロマンスカーの停車駅はSimilarly, the stop of the limited express romance car of Odakyu Electric Railway isOdakyu romance carと"Super Hakone" "Hakone" "Sagami""Morning Way" "Homeway""Enoshima""Mt.FujiSee each article.

East Japan Railway (JR East)
JY Yamanote Line
Yoyogi Station (JY 18)- Shinjuku Station (JY 17) - Shin-Okubo Station (JY 16)
JA Saikyo Line (SO (Including Sotetsu Line direct)
■Rapid commuting■Rapid·■Local train
Shibuya Station (JA 10)- Shinjuku Station (JA 11) - Ikebukuro Station (JA 12)
JS Shonan Shinjuku Line
■Special rapid■Rapid·■ordinary
Shibuya Station (JS 19)- Shinjuku Station (JS 20) --Ikebukuro Station (JS 21)
JC Chuo Line (Rapid)
■Special Rapid Service for commuting (only on weekdays)
Yotsuya Station (JC 04) ← Shinjuku Station (JC 05) ← Kokubunji Station (JC 16)
■■Special rapid speedHoliday Rapid Okutama/Akigawa(Saturdays and holidays only) ・■Central train■Ome Special■Rapid commuting (weekday descent only)■fast
Yotsuya Station (JC 04)- Shinjuku Station (JC 05) - Nakano Station (JC 06)
JB Chuo/Sobu Line (stop at each station)
Yoyogi Station (JB 11)- Shinjuku Station (JB 10) - Okubo Station (JB 09)
Keio Electric Railway
KO Keio Line
■Keio Liner
Keio LineShinjuku Station (KO01) - Fuchu Station (KO24) / Keio Nagayama Station(Sagamihara Line) (KO40)
■Limited express
Keio LineShinjuku Station (KO01) - Meidaimae Station (KO06)
■Semi limited express■Express■Section express■Rapid·■Local train
Keio LineShinjuku Station (KO01) - Sasazuka Station (KO04)
KO Keio New Line
■Express■Section express■Rapid·■Local train
(Toei Shinjuku Line)- New LineShinjuku Station (KO01) - Hatsudai Station (KO02)
Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau (Toei Subway)
S Toei Shinjuku Line
(Keio New Line)- (New Line)Shinjuku Station (S 01) - Ichigaya station (S 04)
■Local train
(Keio New Line)- (New Line)Shinjuku Station (S 01) - Shinjuku-sanchome Station (S 02)
E Toei Oedo Line
Yoyogi Station (E 26)- Shinjuku Station (E 27) - Tochomae Station (E 28)
Odakyu Electric Railway
OH Odawara Line
  • □Limited express romance car "Super Hakone" "Hakone" "Sagami" "Morning Way" "Homeway" "Enoshima" "Fujisan" departure and arrival station
■Rapid Express□Commuting express (only for trains arriving up)■Express
Shinjuku Station (OH 01) - Yoyogi Uehara Station (OH 05)
■Local train
Shinjuku Station (OH 01) - Minami-Shinjuku Station (OH 02)
Tokyo Subway (Tokyo Metro)
M Marunouchi Line
Nishi Shinjuku Station (M 07)- Shinjuku Station (M 08) - Shinjuku-sanchome Station (M 09)
  • The Keio New Line and Toei Shinjuku Line operate directly via Shinjuku Station on the New Line, but arrive at Shinjuku Station on the New Line, except for trains that are operated as "express" and "local trains" across the lines of both operators. When this happens, change to the type of direct business operator.
  • Marunouchi LineThis station in Shinjuku-The distance between stations between Shinjuku 0.3-chome is XNUMX km, which is the shortest for Tokyo Metro.


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  1. ^ a b We do not transfer to Shinjuku Station on the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line or Shinjuku Station on the Oedo Line.
  2. ^ Shinjuku Station is in Shinjuku District,Keio LineHatsudai Station --Sengawa Station is Keio East District, Tsutsujigaoka Station --Nakagawara Station / Fuchu Horse Racing Main Gate Station is Keio Chuo District, Seiseki Sakuragaoka Station --Keio Hachioji Station / Tama Animal Park Station / Kitano Station --Mt. Takaosan Exit Station Keio West District.Keio Sagamihara LineIs Sagamihara District.Inokashira LineShibuya Station --Higashi Matsubara Station is Inokashira South District, Meidaimae Station --Kichijoji Station is Inokashira North District[4].
  3. ^ However, if you include the outside of the ticket gateTokyo StationThe area around Gransta Marunouchi at the north exit of Marunouchi Underground is also applicable.
  4. ^ However, unlike the Odakyu Line contact point on the central passage, neither JR nor Odakyu has a transfer checkout machine or window, and there is no manned ticket gate.Therefore, it can be used only by passengers who have a valid ticket (limited to magnetic tickets) for both parties or who have an IC ticket such as Suica or PASMO.Other than that, you need to go out of the ticket gate once.
  5. ^ Shinjuku-Due to the double tracking of Sasazuka.Hatsudai was an underground station before the Toei Shinjuku Line direct train, and it is still the remains of an underground platform (Abandoned station near Shinjuku station on the Keio line) Remains and is used as a material storage area.Trains departing from this station slow down as they pass through.Hatagaya was originally a ground platform, and the track traces around this area are now green areas on the south side of the Koshu Highway.
  6. ^ In other words, trains that drive on the Keio Line by express, section express, and rapid trains, and stop at each station on the Toei Shinjuku Line.
  7. ^ In fact, since it is a commercial elevator, there is a sticker on it to guide passengers to the elevator.
  8. ^ Lying down, smoking, drinking, wandering, bringing in combustibles such as cardboard.
  9. ^ Commuting express is set only for going up.
  10. ^ Former Fuji Heavy Industries (currentlySUBARU)head office. 2010年にIn XNUMXOdakyu Electric RailwayOwnership was transferred to, and on August 2014, 8, the headquarters of Fuji Heavy Industries (currently SUBARU) becameShibuya WardEbisuMoved to Ebisu Subaru Building (new).


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  16. ^ a b c "Shinjuku's new landmark" JR Shinjuku Miraina Tower "will finally open on March 3. A plaza of about 25 m2,000 where you can enjoy" train view "appears over the railroad tracks. Various events will be held to commemorate the opening !!" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (December 2016, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2016, 3., https://web.archive.org/web/20160327060337/http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2015/20160312.pdf 2020th of February 7Browse. 
  17. ^ a b "Opening at Shinjuku New South Exit on March 3th (25st term) and April 4th (15nd term) Details of" NEWoMan "shop lineup have been decided" (PDF) (Press Release), LUMINE, (December 2015, 12), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20200723070122/http://www.lumine.ne.jp/newsrelease/pdf/release_151207.pdf 2020th of February 7Browse. 
  18. ^ “April 4“ NEWoMan ”Opens“ Kokorumine Store ”in Ekinaka! LUMINE produces a base for Japanese manufacturing” (PDF) (Press Release), LUMINE, (December 2016, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20200723063907/http://www.lumine.ne.jp/newsrelease/pdf/release_160315_2.pdf 2020th of February 7Browse. 
  19. ^ "April 4th (15nd term) Shinjuku station new south area opened" NEWoMan "opening shop The whole body gem is decided!" (PDF) (Press Release), LUMINE, (December 2016, 4), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20200723064136/http://www.lumine.ne.jp/newsrelease/pdf/release_160405_2.pdf 2020th of February 7Browse. 
  20. ^ About the start of use of platform doors on Line 1 of Shinjuku Station (end of October) Keio Electric Railway, (September 2013, 9), viewed May 13, 2017. (archive)
  21. ^ "Starting the use of movable platform fences at Shinjuku Station Express Platform-Safety at the platform will improve from September 9 (Sun)-" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Odakyu Electric Railway, (February 2012, 9), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6., https://web.archive.org/web/20200621073729/http://www.odakyu.jp/program/info/data.info/7454_8357325_.pdf 2020th of February 6Browse. 
  22. ^ “2021年度 鉄道事業設備投資計画 〜「サービスの向上」「安全対策の強化」を重点に総額254億円を投資〜” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Odakyu Electric Railway, (February 2021, 4), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 4., https://web.archive.org/web/20210428125816/https://www.odakyu.jp/news/o5oaa1000001xaly-att/o5oaa1000001xam5.pdf 2021th of February 5Browse. 
  23. ^ “Lumine provides a place for local cultural experience with the aim of coexisting with people from all over the world. Shinjuku East Exit Ekimae Square has been renewed with large-scale public art. A community space colored with art, symbolizing a monument over 7m. Is newly born. Up-and-coming artist Tomokazu Matsuyama who is active in NY is appointed. Opening date: Sunday, July 2020, 7 Location: Shinjuku East Exit Station Square " (PDF) (Press Release), LUMINE, (December 2020, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20200723071607/http://www.lumine.ne.jp/newsrelease/pdf/release_200715.pdf 2020th of February 7Browse. 
  24. ^ "STATION WORK will be expanded to the Kyushu / Okinawa area !!-Starting cooperation with 13 buildings such as JR Kyushu Hotels, to a network of 122 locations from Hokkaido to Okinawa-" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, JR Kyushu Hotels, JR Kyushu Station Hotel Kokura, (March 2021, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 3., https://web.archive.org/web/20210304052735/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2020/20210304_ho04.pdf 2021th of February 3Browse. 
  25. ^ a b "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-" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (December 2021, 2), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 2., https://web.archive.org/web/20210208053136/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2020/20210208_ho04.pdf 2021th of February 2Browse. 
  26. ^ "The" JR Minami Shinjuku Building "will be completed at the end of June-a complex building centered on offices will be born within a 6-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station-" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (December 2012, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20200725033820/http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2011/20120301.pdf 2020th of February 7Browse. 
  27. ^ "" Suica poster "will finally debut on July 7st !!" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (December 2006, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20200725034900/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2006_1/20060709.pdf 2020th of February 7Browse. 
  28. ^ "The movie" Weathering with You "will be released at Shinjuku Station for a limited time as" FUN! TOKYO! Weathering with You STATION "!" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Tokyo Branch, (February 2019, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 3., https://web.archive.org/web/20200310152900/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2019/tokyo/20190712_t01.pdf 2019th of February 9Browse. 
newspaper article
  1. ^ "To reborn Shinjuku Station East-West connecting deck, open space maintenance". Sankei Shimbun(November 2019, 6). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 6.. https://web.archive.org/web/20190618173322/https://www.sankei.com/smp/life/news/190618/lif1906180030-s1.html 2020th of February 11Browse. 
  2. ^ June 2012, 10Nihon Keizai Shimbun』Electronic version" Shinjuku South Exit, a huge terminal "Oshinjuku Station" is realized on the railroad track ".
  3. ^ “「ルミネ2口」オープン”. Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 2. (July 1988, 10) 
  4. ^ a b “500 yen unreserved seat use is favorable”. "Traffic newspaper" (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 3. (July 2007, 12) 
  5. ^ "Sotetsu and JR East, direct line vehicles first enter Shinjuku Station". Nihon Keizai Shimbun(November 2019, 9). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 12.. https://web.archive.org/web/20191227023006/https://r.nikkei.com/article/DGXMZO49296100S9A900C1XQH000 2020th of February 3Browse. 
  6. ^ a b "The" maze "of JR Shinjuku Station is finally resolved. You can freely come and go between the east and west exits.". Kyodo News(November 2020, 7). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7.. https://web.archive.org/web/20200719034535/https://this.kiji.is/657390348208718945 2020th of February 7Browse. 
  7. ^ "Homeless Keio also" No "" "Asahi Shimbun Evening Edition", February 1996, 2.
  8. ^ "The first train is Shinagawa or Tokyo JR Tokai president, statement". Mainichi Newspapers(November 2008, 3). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2009, 3.. https://web.archive.org/web/20090330022110/http://mainichi.jp/life/ecology/select/news/20080306ddm008020154000c.html 2020th of February 7Browse. 

Usage situation

Average number of passengers per day for JR/private railway/subway
JR East's passenger numbers since 1999
JR/private railway/subway statistical data
  1. ^ レポート -Kanto Transportation Advertising Council
  2. ^ a b Shinjuku City Overview - Shinjuku ward
Tokyo prefectural statistics
Tokyo statistical yearbook


  • "Shinjuku station renovation work due to the replacement of National Route 20 Shinjuku overpass"
    • Railroad JournalRailway journal』2001å¹´11月号 No.421 pp.58 - 63
  • "Shinjuku Station obstruction repair work due to the replacement of National Route 20 Shinjuku Overpass"
    • 鉄道ジャーナル社『鉄道ジャーナル』2007å¹´11月号 No.493 pp.56 - 63
  • "JR East National Highway No. 20 Shinjuku Overpass Reconstruction Work and Shinjuku Station Repair Work"
    • Electric Vehicle Study GroupRailway pictorial』2006å¹´1月号 No.770 pp.64 - 69
  • "Ayumi of Shinjuku Station 100 Years" Japanese National Railways Shinjuku Station, March 1985.
  • "京王電気軌道株式会社三十年史』京王電気軌道、1941å¹´2月20日。

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