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Shibuya Station

Shibuya Station(Shibuya-eki) isTokyoShibuyaDogenzakaLocated on XNUMX-chome and XNUMX-chome,East Japan Railway(JR East)Keio Electric Railway-Tokyu Corporation-Tokyo subway(Of Tokyo Metro)station.

Overview

Tokyo 3 majorsFukutoshinIs a corner ofShibuyaに 位置 す るTerminal stationIs. JR andPrivate railway,subwayThere are many routes such asSuburbCommuting usersChiyoda-Minato-ku-ChuoSuch asCity centerUse this station to transfer to the direction.The number of users is about 330 millionShinjuku StationIt is the second largest in the world after.Japan RailwayOpened as a station1885 Back thenShinjuku,IkebukuroThe countryside spreads around the station as well asTokyo cityIt was just a rural station in the suburbs,Tokyo tram,Tamagawa Electric Railway(Tamagawa) etc.TramAnd private railway lines began to enter, and as Tokyo developed, the population along suburban lines increased significantly, and in the southwestern part of Tokyo.Terminal stationHas grown as[1].. After that1973 OfShibuya ParcoWith the opening of the station, the area around the station is "YouthEstablished its position as "the city of Tokyo" and is now one of the best in TokyoDowntownIs developing as[2]..From before the warTokyuHas a history of developmentTokyu GroupIs the largest base for[3]..Large-scale redevelopment is underway at the stations and surrounding areas on each line under the leadership of the Tokyu Group.[4][5].

Boarding line

JR East lines (see below), KeioInokashira Line, Tokyu Railways lines (described later) and Tokyo Metro lines (described later)Terminal stationIs. All lines other than JR start and end at this station. JR / Tokyu / Tokyo Metro stationsShibuya scramble squareIs directly connected toShibuya Mark City(Keio Inokashira LineStation building),Shibuya Hikarie,Shibuya stream,Shibuya FucrasYou can come and go through the connecting passage.

The line that runs into the JR East station isYamanote LineOnly (for details, see the articles and "Name of railway lineHowever, as a general train operating systemTrain lineTo runLoop lineBesides the Yamanote line train asYamate freight lineTo runSaikyo LineShonan Shinjuku LineHas stopped and is treated as a separate route in the passenger information.The Saikyo Line and Shonan-Shinjuku Line share a railroad track and a platform.In addition, as a toll limited express train that goes through the Yamate freight line, the oldMeguro River Signal FieldからShinazuru LineViaSobu Main Line-Narita LineLimited express that goes directly toNarita Express], on the same route as the Shonan Shinjuku lineTokaido Main LineLimited express that goes directly toShonan, Limited express for the Tokaido Main LineDancer/Safir DancerTrains departing from and arriving at Shinjuku will stop. Also,Specific city areaIn the systemWithin Tokyo"and"Tokyo Yamanote LineBelongs to. " SBY "ofThree letter codeIs given.

KeioInokashira LineGet in. It belongs to the Inokashira South District and is the station where the Provincial Superior is located.Keio LineThe station number is given to the Inokashira Line as well as the system.

Tokyu Corporation has the following two lines, and each line is given a station number.

Tokyo Metro has the following 3 routes, and each line is given a station number.

Toyoko Line and Fukutoshin Line[Press 1][Press 2], Denentoshi Line and Hanzomon Line are mutuallyDirect operationIt is carried out.For this reason, the stations on the Toyoko Line / Fukutoshin Line and the Denen-toshi Line / Hanzomon Line are of Tokyu Corporation and Tokyo Metro.Shared use stationTherefore, Tokyu Corporation manages the four lines as a whole.

History

  • 1885 (Meiji18 years)May 3 : Japan RailwayStation opens (simultaneously with the opening of the Akabane-Shinagawa route)[6][7].. General station. There were no users on the opening day.
  • 1906 (39th year of Meiji)May 11: Japan RailwaynationalizationBeenPublic railwayWill be the station.
  • 1907 (40th year of Meiji)May 8: Tamagawa Electric Railway Tamagawa Line (later Tokyu Tamagawa Line) opens[6][7].
  • 1909 (42th year of Meiji)May 10 : Track nameBecame a member of the Yamanote Line when enacted.
  • 1911 (44th year of Meiji)May 8 : Tokyo tram(Later Tokyo Electric Railway) Aoyama Line extends to the front of Naka Shibuya Station (the stop is located at Miyamasuzakashita at the east exit of Shibuya Station).
  • 1921 (Taisho10 years)May 6: Tamagawa Electric Railway Tengenjibashi line (later Tokyo Dentenjibashi line) opened.
  • 1923 (Taisho 12)May 3: The tram line Aoyama Line extends to Shibuya Station (currently Hachiko-mae Plaza).
  • 1927 (Showa2 years)May 8 : Tokyo Yokohama Electric Railway(Current Tokyu) Toyoko Line opens[6][7][8].Island home1 side 2 lines, with 2 carsElevated station[6][7][8].
  • 1933 (8)
  • 1934 (9)
  • 1935 (Showa 10) February: 2 lines on 1 side with notch on Yokohama side of Toyoko Line platform[6][7].
  • 1938 (13)May 12 : Tokyo High Speed ​​RailLine (currently Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) opens[9].."Tamaden Building (former: Toyoko Store West Building, 4th floor and below)" was completed, and the 3rd and 4th floors were used as Shibuya Station on the Ginza Line.[6][11].
  • 1939 (14)May 6: Tamagawa Shibuya Station moved to the 2nd floor of the Tamagawa Building[11].
  • 1940 (15)May 5: Keio Electric Railway merges with Odakyu Electric Railway to become a station on the company's Teito Line[12].
  • 1941 (16)
  • 1942 (Showa 17) April 5:Odakyu Electric Railway Tokyu Electric Railway(Daitokyu)[12].
  • 1945 (20)May 5: The air raid burns down the home shed and Tokyu Department Store on the Toyoko Line.[8].
  • 1948 (23)
    • May 6: Keio Teito Electric Railway is separated from Tokyu Corporation and becomes the company's Inokashira Line.[12].
    • May 8: Statue of Hachiko, the faithful dog (2nd generation), is set up in front of the station[6].
  • 1949 (24)May 4: Resumed improvement work of Toyoko Line station[8].
  • 1950 (25)May 8: The Toyoko Line platform will be rebuilt on 3 sides and 3 lines (the first phase of construction has been completed)[6][7][8].
  • 1951 (26)
    • May 8: Aerial tourCable carInstalled "Hibari" (1953 OctoberRemoved due to extension of Tamagawa Building (West Building))[6][11][8].
    • May 10: "Toyoko Goodwill Street" opens on the 1st floor of the East Building of Toyoko Department Store as Japan's first famous store street[6][11].
    • May 10: Moved the ticket gate of the Toyoko Line to the 2nd floor and widened the front stairs (the second phase of construction was completed)[8].
  • 1954 (29)
    • May 11: The Tamagawa Building was expanded and the 11-story "Tokyu Kaikan (former: Toyoko Store West Building)" was completed (at the same time, the name was changed from the Tamagawa Building to the Tokyu Kaikan).[6][11][8].
    • May 11: "Tokyu Kaikan (former: Toyoko Store West Building)" opens[8].
  • 1955 (30)May 12 : Toei Trolley BusGot into Shibuya station.
  • 1957 (32)May 3: The Shibuya station square stop of Toden is consolidated at the east exit and becomes a terminal on the loop line[6].
  • 1960 (35)May 4: Inokashira Line Shibuya Station Building completed[13].
  • 1961 (36)May 5: Start the station improvement work on the Toyoko Line[8].
  • 1964 (39)May 4: Toyoko Line platform is rebuilt to 4 lines and 4 lines[6][7][8].
  • 1968 (43)
    • May 3: Toei Trolley Bus to Shibuya Station is abolished.
    • May 9: Abolished Toden Aoyama Line.
  • 1969 (44)
    • May 5: Tokyu Tamagawa Line abolished[9].
    • May 10: Toden Tengenji Bridge is abolished. From Shibuya StationOrbit line(Tram) Disappears. The stop is converted to the East Exit Bus Terminal.
  • 1971 (Showa 46) July 7: Travel center opening[14].
  • 1977 (52)May 4: Tokyu Shin-Tamagawa Line (current Denentoshi Line) opened[9].. Although the platform of the same line was constructed by a corporation, Tokyu is in charge of the station work.
  • 1978 (53)May 8: The subway Hanzomon line of this station-Aoyama XNUMX-chome opened, and started direct operation with the Tokyu Shin-Tamagawa line.
    • On the same date, the station operations on the Tokyu Shin-Tamagawa Line and the Yodan Subway Hanzomon Line were transferred from Tokyu to the Yodan.
  • 1980 (55)May 10: Abolished freight handling at JNR station.
  • 1987 (62)May 4 : Privatization of the national railway divisionAlong with, the station of the JNR is East Japan Railway Company (JR East) station (belonging to the Yamanote Line).
  • 1989 (HeiseiFirst year)May 10: Installed an automatic ticket gate at the south exit of the Tokyu Toyoko Line and started operation[Newspaper 1].
  • 1994 (6)May 4: Started improvement work of Keio station[13].
  • 1996 (8)May 3: Saikyo Line Home was newly built on the site of the Yamanote Freight Line Freight Home.
  • 1997 (9)
    • July: West Exit of Keio Inokashira Line Station[15].
    • May 12: Keio Inokashira Line station relocated[13].
  • 2000 (12)
  • 2001 (13)
  • 2002 (14) December 12: JR East Limited Express "Narita ExpressSome trains from[Press 6].
  • 2004 (16)
    • April 4st: With the privatization of the Teito High Speed ​​Transport Corps (Underground Subway), the stations on the Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line will be inherited by Tokyo Metro.[Press 7].
    • June 6: Inside Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line/Tokyu Denentoshi LineShibuya station staff shootingOccurs[Newspaper 2].
  • 2007 (19)
    • May 3: IC card on Keio/Tokyu/Tokyo MetroPASMOCan be used[Press 8].
    • May 12: Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line/Tokyu Denentoshi Line station operations transferred from Tokyo Metro to Tokyu (actual operations outsourced to Tokyu Railway Service)[16].
  • 2008 (20)May 6: Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line station opens[Press 9][Press 10].. It will be the station under the jurisdiction of Tokyu from the opening of the business (the actual work will be carried out by the Tokyu Railway Service together with the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and Tokyu Denentoshi Line).
  • 2013 (25)
  • 2015 (27)October: The 3-car trains of the Saikyo Line and Shonan Shinjuku Line departing from Line 10 of the Saikyo Line platform and the 6-car trains of the limited express were moved to the two-car side towards Ebisu due to the station improvement work.
  • 2018 (30)
  • 2019 (ReiwaFirst year)
  • 2020 (2nd year of Reiwa)
    • May 1: New station building on the Tokyo Metro Ginza line begins operation[Press 17][Newspaper 3].
    • May 1: Central East ticket gate of JR East begins operation[Press 18].
    • May 3: Due to the timetable revision, the limited express for the Tokaido Main LineDancer/Safir DancerIt will be the stop station for trains departing and arriving in Shinjuku.
    • May 3: Tokyu Department Store Toyoko is completely closed[Press 19].
    • May 4: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Hikarie area ticket gates are now in service[Press 20].
    • May 5-May 5: Due to the construction work of switching down the Saikyo line, the service between Shinjuku and Osaki on the Saikyo line and Shonan Shinjuku line was suspended[18][Press 21].
    • May 6: Position of Saikyo Line platform parallel to Yamanote Line platform (about 350 mMoved to the north side)[Press 21][Newspaper 4].
    • May 9: The "West Exit Temporary Passage" connecting this station and Shibuya Mark City and the "Shibuya Fukurasu Connection Deck" connecting the West Exit Temporary Passage and Shibuya Fukurasu are now in service.[Press 22][Press 23][Annotation 1].. JR East's Tamagawa ticket gate is abolished due to the dismantling work of the Tokyu Department Store Toyoko Store West Building[Press 22][19].
  • 2021 (3nd year of Reiwa)
  • 2022 (Reiwa 4th year) April 4: Concierge opens every station (planned)[Press 27].
  • 2027 (Reiwa 9th year) Degree: Central and west buildings of "Shibuya Scramble Square" open[Press 15][Press 16]..Along with this, "Shibuya Scramble Square" will be fully opened (planned)[Press 15][Press 16].

Station structure

The feature of this station is that the station is formed around the bottom of a narrow valley in the north and south along the Yamanote line.[20]..At most stations in the Tokyo metropolitan area other than this station, suburban lines running on the ground have platforms in parallel with JR (Shinagawa Station,Shinjuku Station,Ikebukuro Station,Nippori Sta.,Yokohama Station,Kitasenju StationDue to the terrain structure described above, it is difficult for each station to lay a line and connect this station in a stable terrain. There is. For example, the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line departs from the station on the third floor above the ground and goes underground, while the Keio Inokashira Line and the Tokyu Toyoko Line before undergrounding run to the next station even though they run in the city center.tunnelExists. Although the abandoned Tokyu Tamagawa Line was a tram, it had Shibuya Station at the same height as the elevated line of the Yamanote Line.

SuchTaishoDue to the expansion and renovation that has continued since the period, many railway station facilities and commercial facilities,Bus terminalEtc. are entwined three-dimensionally, connecting passages andStairsBecause there are manymazeIt is also called ", and it has a structure that is difficult for users to understand.[20]..This situation and the improvement of earthquake resistanceBarrier-freeFrom the viewpoint of, drastic improvements were required.

2013 May 3Abolition of elevated platforms on the Toyoko Line due to undergrounding of the Toyoko Line platform[Press 1]In line with this, a large-scale refurbishment of this station and the area around the station will be performed. For details on the plan, see "#Station facilities ・ Large-scale redevelopment around the stationSee section.

JR East

The Yamanote line home is oldTokyu Department Store ToyokoIt is sandwiched betweenIsland homeOne side use, outsideSingle platformWith the structure of. Each has 1 line 1 line, total 2 faces 2 linesElevated station.

Originally, it was only the island-type platform used by the inner circumference, but to handle the increasing number of passengers,ShowaThe number of homes was increased during the period, and it became a form according to the current direction.Along with this, on the outer loop side of the inner loop platformfenceWas installed. In addition,2000 eraWith the renewal of the first half, an advertising space has been set up on this fence, so it is almost impossible to see through from the inward turning platform.

The homes of the Saikyo and Shonan Shinjuku lines have two island-type homes and two lines.Elevated stationIs. Formerly there was a ground platform on the Tokyu Toyoko Line to the east of the Yamanote Line platform, and there was no space to install the platform.North Latitude 35 Degrees 39 Minutes 20 Seconds East longitude 139 degree 42 min 13.5 sec /35.65556 degrees north latitude 139.703750 degrees east longitude / 35.65556; 139.703750 (JR Saikyo Line / Shonan Shinjuku Line Shibuya Station)) Was newly established in. As a result, the entire platform is located further south of the Yamanote line platform south end, and it takes at least 5 minutes to transfer to each line including the Yamanote line.[Newspaper 5].. In the passageMoving walkwayWas installed[Annotation 3] If you are connecting to the Yamanote Line and the Saikyo Line (including the Rinkai Line and Sotetsu Line) and the Shonan Shinjuku Line, the platforms of both lines are adjacent to this station.Ebisu StationorIkebukuro StationIt was more convenient to change trains at (However, the special rapid service on the Shonan-Shinjuku line passes through Ebisu station).This problem was solved by relocating the platform of the Saikyo Line and Shonan-Shinjuku Line to the site where the elevated station of the Toyoko Line was demolished after moving to the underground platform of the Toyoko Line due to the start of mutual access between the Toyoko Line and the Fukutoshin Line. rice field.In addition, the Yamanote Line platform will return to the wider island-style platform with one side and two lines.

The first line switching work carried out on May 2018-5 and June 26-27, 6 will switch the Yamanote Freight Line southbound track.[Press 13], The 4th side of the Saikyo Line/Shonan Shinjuku Line Home was switched to a temporary platform according to the position and height of the new track that was carried. In addition to shifting to Ebisu by about one car, the height difference between Line 1 and Shinjuku required the stairs/slopes and elevators to get around. From December 3, 2018, part of the planned site for the new home will be released and used as a passageway to the old home. Due to this, the original communication passage was closed[Annotation 4].

Due to the second track switching work carried out from May 2020, 5 to the dawn of June 30, 6[18], Saikyo Line / Shonan-Shinjuku Line Home has been relocated and is connected to Hachiko and South ticket gates.[Press 21][Newspaper 4].

In the third track switching work, which will be carried out from the last train on October 2021, 10 to the first train on October 22, the track of track 10 (Yamanote line inner loop platform) will be moved laterally to the east side, and then the platform will be used. Was widened[Press 26]..Prior to this, the south ticket gate was relocated and the central east ticket gate was integrated with the central ticket gate.[Press 26].

After that, there are plans to move the track No. 1 (outside the Yamanote line) to the west, make the Yamanote line platform an island, and raise the Yamanote line platform.[Press 26].

2018 May 4, JR Shibuya Station mascot character "ShibuyagiWas born, and posters, etc. are posted around the station.

Bus stop

Lineroutedirectiondestination
1JR JY line symbol.svg Yamanote LineOutsideShinjuku-Ikebukuro-(I.e.aspect
2Inner circleShinagawa-Hamamatsu Town-Tokyoaspect
3JR JA line symbol.svg Saikyo LineNorth lineShinjuku/Ikebukuro/Akabane-Omiyaaspect
JR JS line symbol.svg Shonan Shinjuku LineOmiyaUtsunomiya-Takasakiaspect
Narita Express-For Shinjuku and Omiya
4JR JA line symbol.svg Saikyo LineSouthboundEbisu-Osaki-Rinkai line-Sotetsu Lineaspect
JR JS line symbol.svg Shonan Shinjuku LineYokohama-Big ship-Odawara-Zushiaspect
Narita Express-Pictograms-nps-airport.svg Narita Airportaspect

(Source:JR East: Station map

  • The smoking area on the Yamanote Line platform2008 May 10Removed at the last train,20 daysBecame a smoke-free area. After that, JR East2009 May 4And divided into two stages on October 10, the metropolitan area (Train specific section) Removed smoking areas installed at most station platforms, and expanded the number of stations where smoking is completely prohibited.
  • 2010 May 3With the timetable revision, all trains of the limited express "Narita Express" departing from and arriving at Shinjuku area will stop.

Ticket gate/exit

Hachiko ticket gate
Hachiko and Miyamasu Sakaguchi. Equivalent to the first floor. Yamanote Line/Saikyo Line Home ShinjukuStairsunder.Tokyu Denentoshi Line / Hanzomon Line, Tokyu Toyoko Line / Fukutoshin Line.escalator-エ レ ベ ー タ ーIs directly connected to the Saikyo Line platform.The north ticket gate that connects to the Hachiko Square has long been called the "Hachiko Temporary Ticket Gate", but in 2006 it was renamed and integrated into the "Hachiko Ticket Gate".[22].
central exit
The current central ticket gate is "Central East GateWill be put into service on January 2020, 1.[Press 18].. Equivalent to the 3rd floor.In addition to access to Shibuya Scramble Square (East Wing), it is expected to improve convenience when transferring to the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and eliminate steps in the future.In addition, due to the widening work of Line 2 (Yamanote Line Inner Loop Platform) mentioned above, the former central ticket gate was relocated to the east side on October 2021, 10 and integrated.[Press 26].
South ticket gate
West exit and east exit. Equivalent to the first floor.Yamanote Line home near Ebisu / Saikyo Line home near the center of the stairs.There is an escalator / elevator.Only from the Yamanote Line platform at this stationwheelchairBarrier-free ticket gates that can be reached on the ground.Tokyu Toyoko Line / Fukutoshin Line (Shibuya Hikarie Exit), West Exit / East Exit Bus Terminal direction.In addition, due to the widening work of Line 2 (Yamanote Line Inner Loop Platform) mentioned above, it was relocated to the east side on September 2021, 9.[Press 26].
Shinnan ticket gate
New South Exit.Saikyo Line / Shonan Shinjuku Line Home Ebisu side stairs. Equivalent to the 3rd floor.There are escalators and elevators.However, it is not connected from the Yamanote Line platform.To use it, you need to go through the passage inside the ticket gate on the north side and the Saikyo Line / Shonan-Shinjuku Line Home.JR-East Hotel Mets ShibuyaIt is directly connected to the entrance. If you enter from another ticket gate and pass through the New South ticket gate, you must pay the entrance fee.
Tamagawa ticket gate (abolished)
It is on the same floor as Platform 1 on the Yamanote Line.[Annotation 5]Located on the 2nd floor, it was directly connected to the Tokyu Department Store Toyoko.In the direction of Keio Inokashira Line.The name "Tamakawa" is1969 Was open untilTokyu Tamagawa Line(The predecessor of the Denen-toshi LineTram) Is a remnant of contacting the home.Due to the dismantling work of Tokyu Department Store Toyoko2020 May 9 Oflast trainWas abolished with[Press 22][19].

Departure melody

1989 From OctoberShinjuku Stationと と も にYamahaProductionDeparture melodyWas using. Yamanote line home2001 The song was changed at the beginning. In addition,2011 May 6からMay 7Up to all homesCoca ColaCM song "Open Hapinees" was used. This song was also used as an approaching melody on the Tokyu Toyoko Line home.

Current departure melody

Yamanote Line HomeTeichiku, Saikyo Line/Shonan Shinjuku Line HomeFive senses workshopI use the melody of the production.

1JR JY line symbol.svgOgawa's murmuring V2
2JR JY line symbol.svgFlower Heart V2
3JR JA line symbol.svg JR JS line symbol.svgJR-SH3-3 (Tokyo Ver.)
4JR JA line symbol.svg JR JS line symbol.svgJR-SH1-1

Keio Electric Railway

Shibuya Mark CityThere is a platform on the 2nd floor, and it is an elevated station with 2 lines on 2 head-end platforms.

This station is the Provincial Superior's station, and is known as the "Inokashira South District". Higashimatsubara StationManages each station in between[23].

  • 1960 In April, a small old station building with 4 floors above ground and 5 floor below ground was completed centering around the old front gate area. On the upper floors, there are restaurants such as Japanese, Western and coffee shops, on the basement and on the first floor there is the fresh food market, and on the first floor there is a pastry shop next to the ticket gate facing the main street (Fujiya,Trekker) And Tianjin Amakuri store, behind which are typical game centers, pachinko parlors, drink shops and okonomiyaki snack shops.ShowaIt was a "under guard" landscape. However, all the stores were withdrawn and they were dismantled by the time the construction of the new station building described below started.
    • The first floor and basement are adjacent to KeioTokyu Tamagawa LineShibuya Station (bus terminal after abolition) and Tokyo Metro Ginza LineShibuya Station Inside LineDue to the structure of the floor extending just below (Shibuya garage), it was not possible to directly move from the basement to the 5th floor by elevator, and it was necessary to go through the Inokashira Line Central Exit Concourse (outside the ticket gate) on the 2nd floor.
  • 1994 Construction of a new station building by joint redevelopment of the three companies (then, then Tokyu Corporation, Keio Electric Railway).
    • By this time, the bus terminal using the site of Shibuya Station on the Tokyu Tamagawa Line (Tamaden) will be abolished.
    • After that, until the completion of the new station building, the connecting passage from the JR Tamagawa ticket gate area to the old Tamden bus terminal will be the passage to the Inokashira line, and the terminal will be part of the concourse of Keio Shibuya station, almost as of 2015 Reborn into the flow line of. The north side communication passage up to that time has also been kept and used together. The West Exit ticket gate was newly established and started operation.
  • 2000 May 4,Shibuya Mark CityThe new station building named "Opens"[Press 3], Avenue exit ticket gate is also newly established.Before the facility was built, most of the platform was only a shed, and you could see the garage and buses on the Ginza line (previously the train on the Tokyu Tamagawa line), but after the construction, the station moved 0.1 km west. They are covered in the building and can't be seen, and the scenery can only be seen through the glass of Platform 2.
    • A bus terminal was also installed on the 5th floor of Shibuya Mark City,Express BusAirport busArrivals and departures only.
  • 2008 May 11, In the connecting passage connecting Shibuya Station on the Inokashira Line and JR Shibuya StationTaro OkamotoHuge bymural"Myth of TomorrowWas installed[Newspaper 6]..A part of it can be seen through the glass from the Shibuya Scramble intersection.
  • On the homeKiraboshi Bank OfTMJThere is also a passage to the avenue exit.

Bus stop

The platform is as follows from the south side.

Lineroutedestination
Number prefix Keio-Inokashira-line.svg Inokashira Line(Line 1 getting off platform)
1Shimokitazawa-Meidaimae-Eifuku Town-Kugayama-Kichijojiaspect
2
  • Only line 1 has a platform for getting off. It is also possible to get off at the boarding platform.
  • Local trains depart on Line 1 and express trains depart on Line 2 during the day on weekdays.After the evening rush hour, on the contrary, the express train departs on line 1 and the local train departs on line 2.
  • The departure guide displayed on the departure sign at the center exit is scrolled to the left when the vehicle is about to leave.
  • In addition, around 1954, the station structure had a three-sided three-line head-end platform with another track in the middle of the current island platform. In addition, at the rightmost platform towards Shinsen Station, there was no exit platform at that time as it was at that time.[24].

Ticket gate/exit

All are in Mark City, but because they are located on the west side, they are far from other lines.

Central exit (front ticket gate)
Mark City EAST (East Building) 2nd floor. Hachikoguchi, Tamagawaguchi, JR West, Miyamasuzaka, East. Present at the top of the home. Tokyu Denentoshi Line/Hanzomon Line, Tokyu Toyoko Line/Fukutoshin Line go through Mark City, and JR Line/Ginza Line go through Mark City connecting passage. There is an elevator. This is close to the bus terminal (excluding highway buses).
West exit
Mark City WEST (West Building) 1st floor. Home middle down stairs. When you exit the ticket gate and proceed to the left, you will see Dogenzaka.
Avenue mouth
Use time: 7:30-22:00. Mark City WEST (West Building) 4th floor. Up the stairs in the middle of the platform. This is close to the highway bus stop (Mark City 5th floor).

Tokyu Electric Railway/Tokyo Metro (Hanzomon Line/Fukutoshin Line)

Tokyu Corporation manages stations, and Tokyo Metro outsources ticket gate operations to Tokyu Corporation.It manages the stations on the Denen-toshi Line and Hanzomon Line on the 3rd basement floor, and the stations on the Toyoko Line and Fukutoshin Line on the 5th basement floor.A digital display will be installed near each ticket gate to display notifications from Tokyu Corporation and Tokyo Metro.

Denentoshi Line/Hanzomon Line


Tokyu/Tokyo Metro Shibuya Station
(Denentoshi Line/Hanzomon Line)
Wiring diagram

Ikejiriohashi Station(Tokyu)

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Omotesando Station(Tokyo Metro)

It is one of the predecessors of the Denentoshi Line1977 May 4, Underground station with 1 line and 2 lines of the island type platform that started to use at the same time as the new Tamagawa Line opened. Dogenzaka交 差点Located right below the Miyamasuzaka Shimo intersection.

The Denentoshi Line and Hanzomon LineMutual direct operationAnd share a home.Although it is the starting and ending station of both lines, almost all trains operate directly.The Denen-toshi Line had the first and last trains at this station all day long, but the Hanzomon Line did not have regular trains at the first and last trains at this station, and it operated all night from New Year's Eve to New Year's Day. And it is not set except when returning in an emergency.

Long time ago,Point(Double crossing line)OmotesandoSince it was installed only near the station, the return train from this station from the Denen-toshi line had to be moved to the side of Omotesando and turned back, but in 2008 it was on the other side.Ikejiri OhashiA one-way crossing line is set up near, from line 2Central forestYou can now depart in the direction. The combined use started from the temporary train that was operated in December of the same year,2009 May 6Since the timetable revision, it has also been used on regular trains.However, there are still regular trains that move closer to Omotesando and turn back.note that,2014 May 6For the trains that arrive and depart from this station on the Denen-toshi Line between Japan and China, which were set from the timetable revision to the 2021 timetable revision, the trains will be replaced by Tokyo Metro crew members at this station. Hanzomon StationI drove between them as a deadhead (there is a Y-shaped pocket track at Hanzomon Station).

Escalators have been attached to each staircase since the administration of the troupe (later Tokyo Metro), but one elevator is connected to the home floor at the ticket gate toward Dogenzaka, and one is connected to the ticket gate floor and the ground. There is. In addition, there is an elevator, escalator, and stairs that connect the station platform with the Toyoko Line and Fukutoshin Line connecting passages one level below, and the Denentoshi Line/Hanzomon Line Platform and the Toyoko Line/Fukutoshin Line Platform can be contacted at the ticket gate. is there.

The commuter pass was installed directly by Tokyu and Tokyo Metro at this station (Tokyu: Dogenzaka side, Tokyo Metro: Miyamasuzaka side), but the former was 2008 (20).May 5[26], The latter is the same month23 daysEach closed to[Annotation 6][Annotation 7], Integrated its functions, and moved to the outside of the ticket gate on the Toyoko Line and Fukutoshin Line (near the Shibuya Hikarie 2 ticket gate).

Since the opening of the Hanzomon LineDeparture markWas installed only on Line 1 (Omotesando before the opening of Suitenguumae Station-also between Mitsukoshi-mae),2003 May 3Hanzomon LinePush upIt was installed on track 2 from the time of extension, and at the same time it was installed at the ticket gate.After the transfer of station operations from Tokyo Metro to Tokyu Corporation, all stations have been replaced with Tokyu style ones (only the bottom row of the Hanzomon Line side <Line 2> is the same as other Hanzomon Line stations, Tokyo Metro format information <own line And other line operation information> will be played).

当駅は、利用者が多いものの、島式1面2線ホームかつホーム幅が狭いため、混雑が激しく、ラッシュ時にダイヤの遅延が常態化している。東急ではこれまで、折り返し列車の増発、列車本数そのものを増やすなど対策を講じてきたが、さらに列車の遅延が激しくなってきているため、新たに上り専用ホームを増設し、2面3線の構造に変更することが検討されている[27][28].

Bus stop
LineroutedestinationRemarks
1Tokyu DT line symbol.svg Denentoshi LineFutakotamagawa-Nagatsuda-Central forestaspect[29]Some departure trains depart from Hanzomon Line Platform 2
2Logo of Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon Line.svg Hanzomon LineOtemachi-Push up-Kuki-Minami Kurihashiaspect[30]

(Source:Tokyu Electric Railway: Station yard map-Tokyo Metro: Floor plan

Transfer of station management operations

This station is Shin Tamagawa Line (current Denentoshi LineFutakotamagawa Station ――It was managed by Tokyu Corporation when it first opened as a station (pointing between our stations),Teito High Speed ​​Transportation CorpsSince (Teito Rapid Transit Authority) built the main part of the station, the sign system for the guidance display was similar to that of the Teito Rapid Transit Authority at that time.The management was transferred to the company when the Hanzomon Line opened and mutual access started, but from December 2007, 12, it was transferred again to Tokyu Corporation, which operates the Denen-toshi Line.[16]..Until the latter transfer, it was the only Tokyu railway station managed by another company.

Toyoko Line/Fukutoshin Line


Tokyu/Tokyo Metro Shibuya Station
(Toyoko Line/Fukutoshin Line)
Wiring diagram

Daikanyama Station(Tokyu)

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STR + BSr
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Meiji Jingumae <Harajuku> Station(Tokyo Metro)

2008 May 6 OfFukutoshin LineIt is an underground station that has 2 lines on 4 sides of the island platform that started using at the time of opening of business,Meiji streetIt is located on the 5th basement floor directly below.

Originally planned to be 1 lines on 2 side of the island type platform, but laterTokyu Toyoko Line(And beyondYokohama High Speed ​​Rail Minatomirai Line) WithMutual direct operationIt was changed to an island-type platform with 2 lines and 4 lines.2013 May 3At the same time as the mutual direct operation of Toyoko Line and Fukutoshin Line started, the Toyoko Line platform started from the same trainElevated homeMoved to this underground platform. At this time, the home was moved to Yokohama for 2 cars (about 40 meters).[Annotation 8]..Currently, the structure is an island platform with two sides and four lines, but only the outer two lines were used from the opening of the Fukutoshin line to the start of mutual direct operation with the Toyoko line.Until then, the inner two lines were not used2012 May 6Until the last train, there was a temporary communication passage that partially connected the two platforms, and it effectively functioned as a one-line, two-line platform. Prior to the start of mutual direct operation with the Toyoko Line,2011 Removal of temporary passages started in October, 10May 7From the first train, you can not go back and forth between both platforms[Annotation 9], Maintenance of the inner two lines, extension of the platform to Yokohama, removal of the temporary platform in Wako, and widening of the concourse.

Both crossing lines are installed so that both the Toyoko Line direction and the Fukutoshin Line direction trains can use the middle lines 4 and 5 to turn around at this station. However,LineIs not installed at this station,Shinjuku-sanchome Station OfHigashi ShinjukuIt is installed near. For this reason, Shinjuku Sanchome Line from the Toyoko Line is set in the morning and evening.

Many trains from the Toyoko Line to the Fukutoshin Line that are not connected directly to the Fukutoshin Line are set up all day long, and most of them are station stops (there are express trains in the early morning and midnight, as well as weekends and holidays. There is only one limited express in the morning)[Annotation 10].. Some of the early morning and late night return trains depart from the Fukutoshin line platform No. 5, but most return trains use the crossover line in front of this station and are on the opposite side of the Fukutoshin line platform. Since the train arrives at the numbered line, it is more convenient to change to the Fukutoshin Line direct train before using the Fukutoshin Line from the Toyoko Line, so guidance is also provided by the conductor.

On the other hand, there are only two trains to the Fukutoshin Line at this station, the first train on weekdays and the evening, and the first train on Saturdays and holidays and four trains after the evening.[Annotation 11], The last train from the Fukutoshin Line to this station has been set to be the first train from Wakoshi to Shibuya after the 2021 timetable revision.[Press 28].

Unlike the stations on the Denen-toshi Line and Hanzomon Line mentioned above, Tokyu Corporation and Tokyo Metro shared the construction work (Tokyu Corporation south of the Ginza Line elevated, and Tokyo Metro the rest of the construction work).Station management has been carried out by Tokyu since the opening of the Fukutoshin Line, in order to integrally manage this station and the stations on the Denen-toshi Line and Hanzomon Line at the start of mutual access between the Toyoko Line and the Fukutoshin Line.

At the same time as the opening of the Fukutoshin Line, a commuter pass for Tokyu Corporation was opened (Tokyu from Denen-toshi Line and Tokyo Metro from Hanzomon Line were relocated and integrated), but the commuter pass for Tokyo Metro is at this station. It was on the concourse outside the ticket gate of the old Ginza line.However, in line with the relocation of the Ginza Line station, 2019May 12Is closed to[17].

Tokyo Metro commuter passes can be purchased at this station's commuter pass, but the types of tickets that are sold are limited.

The Fukutoshin Line (Toyoko Line) and the Hanzomon Line (Denentoshi Line) can transfer to each other at the ticket gates. On the other hand, stations on the Ginza line will continue to be managed by Tokyo Metro and transfer outside the ticket gate. For this reason, there is a 60-minute transfer time limit when transferring between the Fukutoshin line and the Ginza line, and it is necessary to pass through the automatic ticket gate (orange) for transit at this station when changing trains (fare is insufficient. If you do, settle your fare with an automatic transfer machine. You can also change trains at Omotesando Station via the Hanzomon Line. Until March 2013, 3, the handling of tickets is the same as for the Den-en-toshi and Hanzomon lines, so the automatic ticket gates (orange) for transit also support the handling of connections on the Den-en-toshi and Toyoko lines in Tokyu. Was.

Station design建築 家 OfTadao AndoIs. The entire station is designed with the theme of "space ship (underground spaceship)",Shinjuku-sanchome Station,Meiji Jingumae StationFrom the home floor as wellConcourseA circular colonnade reaching the floor is installed, and a model of the "ground ship" is installed on the platform of this station.

Despite being an underground station, we adopted the world's first natural ventilation system that does not install any machinery, and also adopted the "radiant cooling system" that circulates cold water under the floor and ceiling of the platform, incorporating a design that considers the global environment. ing. The natural ventilation system is a complex facility built on the site of the Tokyu Bunka Kaikan site.Shibuya HikarieUntil the opening, we responded by installing a temporary ventilation tower.

As a departure bell melody (departure sign sound), "Departing from New Shibuya Terminal" (on the Toyoko Line platform 3 and 4 and the Toyoko Line first train from Line 5)Mukai(Composer), "Otogi no Waltz" on the Fukutoshin Line No. 5 home (switchProduction,Hiroshi ShiozukaComposer), at line 6 home "Ai Station" (the same,Naoya FukushimaCompose)[Press 29][31].

Paid seat reserved train "S-TRAINWill enter the Toyoko Line and Fukutoshin Line only on Saturdays and holidays, and will also stop at this station. In addition, it is not possible to board only from the Tokyo Metro Line from this station (Seibu Ikebukuro LineShakujii Koen StationTo the station, and from the station to the Toyoko lineJiyugaoka StationRide is allowed)[Press 30].

Bus stop
LineroutedestinationRemarks
3 · 4Tokyu TY line symbol.svg Toyoko LineNakameguro-Jiyugaoka-Yokohama-Motomachi/Chinatownaspect[32]Some departure trains depart from Fukutoshin Line Platform No. 5
5 · 6Logo of Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line.svg Fukutoshin LineIkebukuro-Wako city-Forest Park-Hannoaspect[33]

(Source:Tokyu Electric Railway: Station yard map-Tokyo Metro: Floor plan

  • The platform numbers are numbered from the Denentoshi Line and Hanzomon Line platforms.
  • Due to the wiring, Toyoko Line No. 4 and Fukutoshin Line No. 5Main line, Toyoko Line No. 3 and Fukutoshin Line No. 6Vice main line.
  • Some trainsConnectionHowever, some trains departing from and arriving at this station will return at the main line of Lines 4 and 5, soHonor trainEnters the sub-main line of lines 3 and 6.
  • Movable steps are installed on both platforms.
  • Until the start of mutual access, I was using only current lines 3 and 6 (formerly line 4).
    • During the day, different platforms were used according to the type, and there were station stops from Line 3 and express trains from Old Line 4.
    • point(Turnout) Twice, the train on line 3 departed, and the train on line 4 shook significantly before arriving.
  • Due to the wiring, it cannot be folded back from the 3rd and 6th lines. Until the start of mutual access, there was a crossover line near the Meiji Jingu Shrine and at the confluence of the main line and the sub-main line, but it was removed after the start of boarding and it was impossible to return to the sub-main line.

Relationship with "Shibuya Station" on the same carrier and other routes

Shibuya Station on the Hanzomon Line, Fukutoshin Line, and Ginza Line, which are Tokyo Metro lines, are effectively treated as different stations because of the different ticket gates. Therefore, it is possible to transfer between the Denentoshi Line and the Ginza Line face-to-face with the Hanzomon Line.Omotesando StationHowever, since it is possible to transfer outside the ticket gates on the Fukutoshin line and Denentoshi line and the Ginza line, the Ginza line is written on the transfer guidance at the station since the opening of the Fukutoshin line. The announcement is grouped with the Fukutoshin line and is called the "subway line".

Until the start of mutual access between the Toyoko Line and the Fukutoshin Line, Shibuya Station on the Tokyu Line and Denen-toshi Line was treated as a separate station because the station building and ticket gates were separate. ..For this reason, on the Toyoko LineAutomatic ticket vending machinePurchased atticketIn the Denentoshi line home, the ticket purchased at the Denentoshi line vending machine was not able to enter the Toyoko line platform (in any case, the number ticket is compatible). At the Shibuya station, the transfer between the Toyoko Line and the Denentoshi Line is outside the ticket gate, and there was a 30-minute time limit, and when changing at a ticket, it was necessary to go through the automatic ticket gate (orange) for transit. (If the fare is insufficient, the fare will be settled with an automatic fare adjustment machine for transit). In addition, the fares to each station on the Tokyu line were different, but now, regardless of the actual boarding route, it is possible to board the fares calculated on the shortest route between the two stations.

Shibuya on the Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line- Akasaka Mitsuke-Nagata TownSince the routes are considered to be the same route, the fare is also the same. In addition, Ginza Line Shibuya StationMeiji streetThe distance between Shibuya and Omotesando stations on the Ginza line has been shortened to 1.2 km, but the fare calculation is based on 1.3 km on the Hanzomon line.

Ticket gate/exit

Denentoshi Line/Hanzomon Line side
Ticket gate for Dogenzaka
For Dogenzaka, Bunkamura-dori (Tokyu Main Store), Center Gai area. Home On the stairs near Ikejiri Ohashi. You can get to the ground with a wheelchair using the elevator in "109", but the available time is limited to the business hours of "109". A0-A4 exit.
Hachiko ticket gate
Hachiko Exit (Tamakawa Exit) / West Exit.On the stairs in the middle of the platform.Directly connected. JR Line (Hachiko ticket gate), Keio Inokashira Line, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, West Exit Bus Terminal. A5 --Exit A8 / A12.
Miyamasuzaka central ticket gate/Miyamasu east exit ticket gate
Miyamasuzaka Exit / East Exit.On the stairs near the home Omotesando. JR line (Hachiko ticket gate) / East exit bus terminal direction. B2 --Exit B4 / B7.
The Miyamasu East Exit ticket gate was newly established prior to the opening of the Fukutoshin Line.
Toyoko Line/Fukutoshin Line side

At the same time as the opening of the Fukutoshin Line, Shibuya Hikarie 1 ticket gate[Annotation 12] Is installed.

On March 2013, 3, the Shibuya Hikarie 11 ticket gate was put into service just before mutual direct communication.The place will be facing the Shibuya Hikarie 2 ticket gate.In addition, at the start of mutual direct communication, Exit C1-C1 was put into service.It crosses National Highway 3 underground and has access to Meiji-dori and Ebisu.This passage is currently open from 246:6 to 00:23, but the passage is currently temporary, and interior work is underway except during the passable hours, and the east exit underground plaza has been developed here. That is scheduled[34].

(3rd basement) Shibuya Hikarie 1 ticket gate
Please note that from the first weekday train until 10am, the exit is only available.
(3rd basement) Shibuya Hikarie 2 ticket gate
Please note that the entrance is only available from the first train on weekdays to 10:XNUMX.
Shibuya Hikarie・ For the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. Exit B5 (stairs, escalator).
Shibuya scramble square・ JR Line (South ticket gate) ・ East exit bus terminal ・ East exit taxi stand ・ Shibuya 1-2 chome. Exit B6 (stairs, escalator).
Meiji street-EbisuDirection. Exit C1-C3.
(B2F) Miyamasuzaka Central Gate/Miyamasu East Gate
Miyamasuzaka Exit / East Exit.Home On the stairs near the front of Meiji Jingu. JR line (Hachiko ticket gate) / East exit bus terminal direction. B2 --Exit B4 / B7.
For Miyashita Park and Metro Plaza. Exit B1 (stairs, escalator).

Former Toyoko Line Home

There is a platform on the east side of the Yamanote Line platform,Head-end homeHave two lines on one sideElevated station.1964 After the completion of the improvement work, the roof had a kamaboko shape. Prior to that, a freight home was also installed. The elevator and escalator were at the front entrance.

The "Final approach" was used as the arrival bell melody from March 2013, 3 until the end of use of the elevated platform.[Press 29].

Departure markIs installed inside the ticket gates, as well as outside the ticket gates in the 2000sLiquid crystal displayA large one was installed with five of them side by side. This liquid crystal display type isYokohama StationThe first train to arrive was also visible at a glance.

As mentioned above, the Toyoko Line platform was moved from the elevated platform to the underground platform of the Fukutoshin Line at the same time as the mutual direct operation of the Toyoko Line and Fukutoshin Line started on March 2013, 3.[Press 1].. Old home overpass, same yearMay 3からMay 5After some of the parcels are used as event space "SHIBUYA ekiato"[Press 31][Press 32], Was dismantled, and there are new homes on the Saikyo Line/Shonan Shinjuku LineShibuya streamWas built. For stations after being underground, see "#Toyoko Line/Fukutoshin LineSee section.

Platform (at that time)

From the east side:

LineroutedestinationRemarks
1Tokyu TY line symbol.svg Toyoko LineNakameguro-Jiyugaoka-Yokohama- Motomachi/Chinatownaspect
2
Platform 2/3
3For Nakameguro, Jiyugaoka, Yokohama, Motomachi, Chinatown
4
Line 4 getting off platform
  • There is no platform for getting off only on Line 1, and it is shared with the platform for getting on.
  • During the daytime, the limited express starts from line 3, express from line 2, and stops at each station from lines 1 and 4.
  • During the evening rush hour, the commuter express from Line 2, express from Line 3, and station stops from Line 4 (partly Line 1).
  • There is no particular allocation of departure lines depending on the type during the morning rush hour, early morning or at night, but Line 4 only departs at each station at all times.
Wiring diagram (at the time)
TokyuToyoko Line Shibuya station railway wiring diagram
Tokyu Toyoko Line Shibuya Station Railway wiring diagram
Nakameguro-Jiyugaoka-
Yokohama-Motomachi/Chinatown
aspect
Usage Guide
Source: * Created based on the following.
** 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 35 Tokyu Shibuya Station Wiring".
** Tokyu Corporation official website, station information, Shibuya station inside Toyoko line

*The white line cross hatch is the platform for getting off


Tokyo Metro (Ginza Line)

Since openingTokyu Department Store ToyokoIt was on the 3rd floor of the West Building,2020 May 1About 130 m on the east side (close to Omotesando)Meiji streetRelocated to the top[35][36], Started operation from the first train on the same day[Newspaper 3](Details of the constructionTokyo Metro Ginza Line # Shibuya Station relocation workSee).

1 side 2 linesIsland homeHas (maximum width 12 m)Elevated station[35][Press 17][Newspaper 7].. The ticket gate is on the east side across Meiji-dori and the ticket gate towards Meiji-doriHikarieDirection ticket gates to the westScramble squareThere is a ticket gate[Press 17][Press 20].. It is the only station on the Ginza line located above the ground, and is the highest position compared to Shibuya station under the jurisdiction of other companies.

Cover the entire homeroofHave different shapesM"GlyphsteelMadearchArrange 2.5 pieces at 45 m intervals, and from above(I.e.While preventing the invasion ofventilationTo maximizeAluminumConsists of the drawing material of[35]..In addition, because the railroad tracks in the station building have a gentle uphill slope to straddle the JR railroad tracks, and because the upper part of the station building will pass through the Skyway (Shibuya Hikarie Hikarie Deck), which will have the opposite slope to the railroad tracks in the future. The wider the cross-sectional shape goes to the west, the widerceilingIs low[35].. "Shibuya Hikarie Hikarie Deck"2021 May 7In service[Press 24][Press 25].

Originally, the platform was installed on the ground (higher floor) because the train at the time of construction was not expected to climb the steep slope around this station, and the Ginza line between Shimbashi station and Shibuya station was constructed. Tokyu affiliateTokyo High Speed ​​RailIt was due to the historical background that it was. Beyond this stationShibuya station inside line (Shibuya garage, former Shibuya inspection area)Is placed, but this inner line is oldTokyu Tamagawa Line OfFutakotamagawa StationIt is part of the route that was planned to be extended in the direction. Former Shibuya Inspection Area and Former Tokyu Tamagawa Line Shibuya Station,Keio Inokashira Line Shibuya StationWith the redevelopment ofShibuya Mark CityIt has been relocated to the 3rd floor.

Before relocationRelative homeMet. Line 2 (dedicated platform for getting on) and line 1 (dedicated platform for getting off) are completely separated, and there is no means of transportation other than exiting the ticket gate once you get off on line 1, so "If you got here by mistake There was a postage saying "to the window". Currently, Line 1 home has been diverted to the concourse heading for the new home.

In addition, before the relocation, all trains arriving at Line 1 were temporarily pulled up to the inner line, and then folded back to enter Line 2. However, after the relocation, a crossover line will be installed on the Omotesando side and it will be possible to fold it back on the platform.Car stopWas installed, and it became a structure in which only the 2nd line was connected to the premises line.

The ticket gate is different from the Hanzomon Line and Fukutoshin Line platforms of the same operator, and it is treated as a separate station in effect. There is a 60-minute transfer time limit when transferring from the Ginza Line to the Fukutoshin Line, and when you change to the Fukutoshin Line with a ticket, you must pass through the automatic ticket gate (orange) for transit (if the fare is insufficient. Is an automatic fare adjustment machine for transit payments.)

When entering from the Ginza Line ticket gate with various IC cards such as PASMO and Suica, you can enter if the remaining amount is less than 168 yen, which is the first fare of Tokyo Metro, if it is 126 yen or more, which is the first fare of Tokyu Line Is. You can also use a ticket for the Tokyu line. This is a phenomenon that occurs because Shibuya Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line/Fukutoshin Line and the Tokyu Toyoko Line/Denentoshi Line are on the same campus.

The station operations on the Hanzomon Line were transferred to Tokyu Corporation from the first train on December 2007, 12 in connection with the opening of the Fukutoshin Line.[16], Ginza Line station operations will continue to be managed by Tokyo Metro even after the opening of the Fukutoshin Line.

Bus stop

Lineroutedestination
1 · 2Logo of Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.svg Ginza LineOmotesando-Ginza-(I.e.-Asakusaaspect

(Source:Tokyo Metro: Floor plan

Departure melody

Since November 2018, 11 before relocation, the departure melody (departure sign sound) produced by Switch has been used.[37][38].

LineSong titlecomposerDate of introduction
1The road is from hereNaoya Fukushima2020/1/3[Annotation 13]
2Andean2018/11/22

Ticket gate/exit

Scramble Square ticket gate[Press 17]
Shibuya scramble squareLocated on the 3rd floor concourse of the East Building. Used to change trains on the JR Line, Tokyu Denentoshi Line, and Keio Inokashira Line.
Meiji-dori area ticket gate[Press 17]
Shibuya HikarieIt is located in front of Meiji-dori street. Used to transfer to the Fukutoshin Line and Tokyu Toyoko Line.
Hikarie ticket gate[Press 20]
Directly connected to the Shibuya Hikarie 2nd floor concourse.2020 May 4In service now.
Relocation work
State before relocation

Usage situation

The average daily number of passengers for each company in fiscal 2018 was approximately 1 million,Shinjuku StationIt is the second largest in the world after. In addition, Tokyu Corporation Shibuya Station is the world's number one passenger station for private trains (2nd place after JR Shinjuku if including JR). However, this is a value that includes direct personnel by two lines of Tokyu and two lines of Tokyo Metro. The average daily number of passengers in fiscal 2 excluding direct passengers was approximately 2 million.[Newspaper 8], Shinjuku station,Ikebukuro Station,Osaka/Umeda StationIt will be the 4th place after.

  • JR East -2020 average dailyBoardingpersonnel The222,150Is[Number of passengers 1].
    At stations within the JR East jurisdictionShinjuku Station,Ikebukuro Station,Yokohama Station,Tokyo Station5th place after. It has been on a downward trend since its peak in 2007, and in 2017 it has decreased by about 75,000.
    From 1994 to 2012, it was the third place in the JR East jurisdiction after Shinjuku Station and Ikebukuro Station for 19 consecutive years, but due to the influence of the start of mutual direct operation of the Toyoko Line and Fukutoshin Line, it was 3 in 2013. For the first time in a year, it fell below 25 and fell to 40th place.The number of passengers has decreased by more than 5 (-30,000%) compared to the previous year. The number of passengers in 8.12 was less than that of Shinagawa Station.
  • Tokyu Corporation[Number of passengers 2]
    • Toyoko Line -2020 average dailyGetting on and offpersonnel The293,703.
      Although it is the first station on the same line, it also includes passers by mutual direct driving with the Fukutoshin line that does not actually get on and off at Shibuya station.
    • Denentoshi Line -2020 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel439,056.
      It is the first station on the same line, but it also includes passers by mutual direct operation with the Hanzomon line, which does not actually get on and off at Shibuya station.
  • Keio Electric Railway -2020 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel221,698Is[Number of passengers 3].
    The company's station is second only to Shinjuku station. It is the first station at the Inokashira Line station.
  • Tokyo Metro[Number of passengers 4]
    • Ginza Line -2020 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel121,153.
      Among all 130 stations of the companyNishi-nippori13th place after.
    • Hanzomon Line/Fukutoshin Line -2020 average dailyGetting on and offPersonnel538,261Is (total value of each line).
      Includes passengers who pass directly through the Denentoshi Line and Toyoko Line that do not get on and off at the station (from Tokyu Corporation Public Relations Division/Tokyo Metro). No. 1 at Tokyo Metro's direct communication station with other companies.
    • These values ​​do not include transfer personnel between Tokyo Metro lines. Daily average for 2019 by line, including transfer personnel between Tokyo Metro linesGetting on and offThe personnel are as follows[Boarding data 1].
      • Ginza Line- 224,655 -3rd place on the same line after Shimbashi Station and Nihonbashi Station.
      • Hanzomon Line- 543,915 -No. 1 on the line.
      • Fukutoshin Line- 325,025 -No. 1 on the line.

Average daily number of passengers by year

The average daily number of passengers in each year is as shown in the table below (excluding JR).

  • Values ​​for the Toyoko Line and Denentoshi Line do not include transfer personnel between Tokyu Lines.
  • Values ​​for Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line, and Fukutoshin Line do not include transfer personnel between Tokyo Metro lines.
  • Values ​​for the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and Tokyu Denentoshi Line include the number of people directly communicating with each other.
    • In FY2007, the number of people who went directly through each other was 334,991. However, this value includes the number of transfer personnel between the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tokyu Denentoshi Line.
  • The numbers for Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line and Tokyu Toyoko Line include those who directly communicate with each other (since FY2012).
Average daily number of passengers by year[Boarding data 1][Boarding data 2]
年度Organization / Tokyo MetroTokyu Corporation / Tokyu CorporationKeio Teito Electric Railway /
Keio Electric Railway
Ginza LineHanzomon Line/Fukutoshin LineToyoko LineToyoko Line
Denentoshi Line
Transfer personnel
Denentoshi 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)318,160
1998397,345562,062320,1880.6%
1999213,394403,6061.6%559,188−0.5%323,1800.9%
2000219,5022.9%383,399409,9671.6%585,7504.8%329,1331.8%
2001223,1741.7%396,9953.5%415,4641.3%611,3734.4%332,0040.9%
2002223,9710.4%402,4611.4%416,9490.4%16,399609,131−0.4%332,3870.1%
2003223,283−0.3%421,6224.8%418,0090.3%17,232616,0741.1%335,4480.9%
2004220,069−1.4%425,8521.0%415,877−0.5%17,433615,408−0.1%332,102−1.0%
2005225,4412.4%434,1221.9%412,237−0.9%18,253631,4812.6%334,3740.7%
2006233,6683.7%453,4264.4%417,7311.3%19,119648,6292.7%339,8601.6%
2007258,60910.7%472,1234.1%414,833−0.7%20,003680,3954.9%343,6971.1%
2008238,537−7.8%557,43218.1%428,0853.2%19,896660,278−3.0%343,494−0.1%
2009225,471−5.6%577,9153.7%426,469−0.4%20,018652,850−1.1%340,627−0.8%
2010222,376−1.4%584,1271.1%419,482−1.6%20,460647,331−0.8%336,926−1.1%
2011217,117−1.2%580,367−0.6%420,1630.2%20,276641,781−0.9%335,475−0.4%
2012226,6444.4%612,8215.6%435,9943.8%20,686656,8672.4%344,9722.8%
2013212,136−6.4%731,18419.3%441,2661.2%22,400665,6451.3%336,957−2.3%
2014212,5340.2%753,5713.1%445,6731.0%23,416662,870−0.4%336,805−0.0%
2015216,6872.0%786,9324.4%454,3982.0%24,506680,0962.6%350,8314.2%
2016219,9361.5%810,1703.0%461,2411.5%25,197688,0931.2%357,4441.9%
2017224,7842.2%829,9472.4%468,0331.5%25,479695,4361.1%360,8451.0%
2018224,8960.0%843,3441.6%472,7971.0%25,772695,9200.1%362,4810.5%
2019 (first year of Reiwa)220,399−2.0%843,136−0.0%472,709−0.0%26,346688,510−1.1%360,655−0.5%
2020 (Reiwa02 years)121,153−45.0%538,261−36.2%293,703−37.9%439,056−36.2%221,698−38.5%

Keio Electric Railway's daily average boarding and alighting personnel

年度Boarding and alighting
1948[Annotation 14]74,900
1955128,770
1960178,728
1965225,449
1970267,610
1975302,171
1980321,275
1985339,469
1990 (Heisei02 years)357,670
1991 (Heisei03 years)361,777
1995 (Heisei07 years)334,646

Tokyu Corporation's average daily transfer personnel by year

Average daily transfer personnel by year[Boarding data 1]
年度Toyoko LineDenentoshi Line
JR EastTokyo MetroKeio Electric RailwayJR EastTokyo MetroKeio Electric Railway
200277,69632,20321,01966,000277,5569,258
200370,41232,81320,43059,160288,7079,298
200464,60833,49820,45855,550295,7919,547
200560,48134,85420,84551,211303,8979,918
200657,63037,06221,34749,444316,68910,158
200776,97947,10622,95588,338334,99113,298
200885,17961,24327,34889,045361,46713,104
200984,43065,49328,64488,131371,13713,486
201082,57366,90129,57188,074373,06813,952
201182,95570,23229,53289,505370,01114,270
201283,30379,02530,27691,320380,82814,645
201347,960191,28125,73293,022390,63015,195
201441,382213,59923,70691,208393,94415,033
201537,671230,49423,56694,210407,35815,804
201635,097242,98823,48395,044414,56716,367
201733,297252,91823,07694,721422,30616,542

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

The average daily boarding staff for each year is as shown in the table below.

Average daily number of passengers by year
年度Japan Railway /
National railway
Tokyo Yokohama Electric RailwayTeito Electric RailwaySource
1884 (17th year of Meiji)[Note 1]UnopenedUnopened
1885 (18th year of Meiji)18[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 1]
1886 (19th year of Meiji)16[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 2]
1888 (21th year of Meiji)52[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 3]
1890 (23th year of Meiji)68[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 4]
1891 (24th year of Meiji)63[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 5]
1893 (26th year of Meiji)68[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 6]
1895 (28th year of Meiji)199[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 7]
1896 (29th year of Meiji)350[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 8]
1897 (30th year of Meiji)509[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 9]
1898 (31th year of Meiji)665[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 10]
1899 (32th year of Meiji)652[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 11]
1900 (33th year of Meiji)708[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 12]
1901 (34th year of Meiji)747[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 13]
1902 (35th year of Meiji)759[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 14]
1903 (36th year of Meiji)794[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 15]
1904 (37th year of Meiji)756[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 16]
1905 (38th year of Meiji)547[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 17]
1907 (40th year of Meiji)470[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 18]
1908 (41th year of Meiji)569[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 19]
1909 (42th year of Meiji)672[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 20]
1911 (44th year of Meiji)1,555[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 21]
1912 (Taisho first year)1,866[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 22]
1913 (Taisho02 years)1,983[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 23]
1914 (Taisho03 years)2,022[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 24]
1915 (Taisho04 years)2,013[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 25]
1916 (Taisho05 years)2,609[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 26]
1919 (Taisho08 years)5,666[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 27]
1920 (Taisho09 years)9,203[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 28]
1922 (Taisho 11th year)13,206[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 29]
1923 (Taisho 12th year)19,351[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 30]
1924 (Taisho 13th year)22,380[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 31]
1925 (Taisho 14th year)23,218[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 32]
1926 (Showa XNUMXst year)26,754[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 33]
1927 (Showa02 years)29,784[Note 2]3,400[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 34]
1928 (Showa03 years)35,700[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 35]
1929 (Showa04 years)38,6426,629[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 36]
1930 (Showa05 years)37,7508,091[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 37]
1931 (Showa06 years)36,7779,374[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 38]
1932 (Showa07 years)36,94711,311[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 39]
1933 (Showa08 years)31,23512,474[Note 3]7,155[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 40]
1934 (Showa09 years)34,20910,5007,763[Tokyo Prefecture Statistics 41]
193536,22817,8699,951[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
CorpsTokyu Electric RailwayKeio Teito Electric Railway /
Keio Electric Railway
Source/Remarks
Ginza LineHanzomon LineToyoko LineShin-Tamagawa Line
195385,988UnopenedUnopened(JNR only)[Tokyo statistics 1]
195494,363(JNR only)[Tokyo statistics 2]
1955102,865(JNR only)[Tokyo statistics 3]
1956188,28485,95284,06672,915[Tokyo statistics 4]
1957203,95293,247115,61678,771[Tokyo statistics 5]
1958218,35696,366124,99640,844[Tokyo statistics 6]
1959223,92299,402133,73385,081[Tokyo statistics 7]
1960234,56799,662143,61791,064[Tokyo statistics 8]
1961232,497104,566154,12099,306[Tokyo statistics 9]
1962257,419116,649159,192104,311[Tokyo statistics 10]
1963273,683121,289160,616107,917[Tokyo statistics 11]
1964280,057110,580156,143110,738[Tokyo statistics 12]
1965285,44297,801143,362113,703[Tokyo statistics 13]
1966294,51099,350146,745117,431[Tokyo statistics 14]
1967306,125103,945151,706120,702[Tokyo statistics 15]
1968314,863113,296156,602125,904[Tokyo statistics 16]
1969298,763121,587161,916132,875[Tokyo statistics 17]
1970296,414127,353169,184135,882[Tokyo statistics 18]
1971304,716130,295171,358136,765[Tokyo statistics 19]
1972313,466132,986178,507145,693[Tokyo statistics 20]
1973320,666128,381184,137151,211[Tokyo statistics 21]
1974334,855127,836187,575153,438[Tokyo statistics 22]
1975326,615128,708189,694155,675[Tokyo statistics 23]
1976333,751128,197190,230155,118[Tokyo statistics 24]
1977336,162140,266179,329[Note 4]89,953160,956[Tokyo statistics 25]
1978341,444119,762[Note 5]30,144182,389101,342159,077[Tokyo statistics 26]
1979337,661109,36951,019182,210121,079163,768[Tokyo statistics 27]
1980333,186115,14065,014184,964137,107162,797[Tokyo statistics 28]
1981340,773120,14873,384191,770145,600166,770[Tokyo statistics 29]
1982343,641122,56779,770192,085154,638168,216[Tokyo statistics 30]
1983343,451125,76589,765196,295166,724172,891[Tokyo statistics 31]
1984357,907125,112100,918204,090180,600173,940[Tokyo statistics 32]
1985363,022126,474108,153205,216190,663174,403[Tokyo statistics 33]
1986373,529129,529115,279209,710201,559177,375[Tokyo statistics 34]
1987359,022131,199119,486216,765212,923179,251[Tokyo statistics 35]
1988398,805132,274128,323221,756221,142183,696[Tokyo statistics 36]
1989 (first year of Heisei)405,293122,882157,901215,940235,005182,770[Tokyo statistics 37]
1990 (Heisei02 years)414,490119,551170,597220,600250,348183,959[Tokyo statistics 38]
1991 (Heisei03 years)420,825117,421175,932217,314257,328185,525[Tokyo statistics 39]
1992 (Heisei04 years)413,378110,940181,444210,564259,562181,107[Tokyo statistics 40]
1993 (Heisei05 years)414,912107,419182,915207,049260,455176,044[Tokyo statistics 41]
1994 (Heisei06 years)411,268106,666184,293200,389260,340172,937[Tokyo statistics 42]
1995 (Heisei07 years)413,109105,661185,467198,730263,199171,322[Tokyo statistics 43]
1996 (Heisei08 years)422,805105,189185,085198,181268,304166,055[Tokyo statistics 44]
1997 (Heisei09 years)420,913103,912186,266198,570268,227162,118[Tokyo statistics 45]
1998420,395105,685190,866199,751267,742166,405[Tokyo statistics 46]
1999[JR 1]423,336104,738188,519207,169269,743166,855[Tokyo statistics 47]
2000[JR 2]428,165108,142193,033207,181[Note 6]281,427169,123[Tokyo statistics 48]

Average daily number of passengers by year (since 1)

Average daily number of passengers by year[Boarding data 2]
年度JR EastOrganization / Tokyo MetroTokyu Electric Railway
/ Tokyu Electric Railway
Keio Electric RailwaySource
Out of termRegularTotalGinza LineHanzomon LineFukutoshin LineToyoko LineDenentoshi Line
2001[JR 3]424,600109,726198,896Unopened210,559291,784170,219[Tokyo statistics 49]
2002[JR 4]424,460110,197203,356215,403299,233170,249[Tokyo statistics 50]
2003[JR 5]423,037109,713212,361216,462306,074170,153[Tokyo statistics 51]
2004[JR 6]420,395110,071214,488215,142310,630168,482[Tokyo statistics 52]
2005[JR 7]423,884113,093219,189214,489317,662168,784[Tokyo statistics 53]
2006[JR 8]430,675117,140228,477217,608326,838170,737[Tokyo statistics 54]
2007[JR 9]445,730130,459234,770218,399339,962170,708[Tokyo statistics 55]
2008[JR 10]426,317118,310233,918[Note 7]47,777215,425323,638170,419[Tokyo statistics 56]
2009[JR 11]412,241111,690233,03255,573215,284320,688168,997[Tokyo statistics 57]
2010[JR 12]403,277109,778230,39560,731211,945318,567166,945[Tokyo statistics 58]
2011[JR 13]402,766108,675228,02561,055211,459317,336165,992[Tokyo statistics 59]
2012[JR 14]194,407[JR 14]217,602[JR 14]412,009113,633235,47769,942219,389325,156171,170[Tokyo statistics 60]
2013[JR 15]175,518[JR 15]203,020[JR 15]378,539105,574250,246118,046220,956330,301167,660[Tokyo statistics 61]
2014[JR 16]175,523[JR 16]196,266[JR 16]371,789105,702252,745127,101223,608329,175167,745[Tokyo statistics 62]
2015[JR 17]176,609[JR 17]195,624[JR 17]372,234107,691261,240135,383228,068337,776174,251[Tokyo statistics 63]
2016[JR 18]177,077[JR 18]194,258[JR 18]371,336108,795266,468141,603231,789341,890177,860[Tokyo statistics 64]
2017[JR 19]177,398[JR 19]193,270[JR 19]370,669110,682271,584146,811235,266345,537179,532[Tokyo statistics 65]
2018[JR 20]178,045[JR 20]192,810[JR 20]370,856111,126273,534151,318237,704345,770180,447[Tokyo statistics 66]
2019 (first year of Reiwa)[JR 21]173,381[JR 21]192,746[JR 21]366,128109,803267,093157,746237,579342,232179,486[Tokyo statistics 67]
2020 (Reiwa02 years)[JR 22]94,724[JR 22]127,425[JR 22]222,150

Remarks

  1. ^ Opened March 1885, 3.
  2. ^ Opened March 1927, 8.
  3. ^ Opened March 1933, 8.
  4. ^ Opened April 1977, 4. Data collected for a total of 7 days from the opening date to March 1978, 3.
  5. ^ Opened April 1978, 8. Data collected for a total of 1 days from the opening date to March 1979, 3.
  6. ^ The Denentoshi Line from August 2000, 8.
  7. ^ Opened June 2008, 6. Data for a total of 14 days from the opening date to March 3 of the following year.

Around the station

The area around the station, centering on the Hachiko exit, represents JapanDowntownIt is one of theYouthKnown as the "city of".Also, around the stationShibuya 109-Bunkamura-Shibuya Hikarie-Shibuya scramble squareSuch asTokyu GroupBecause of the concentration of various facilities, it is sometimes called "Tokyu Village".

Hachiko mouth

It is a typical sight of ShibuyaShibuya scramble intersectionIt is an exit leading to and is known as the symbol of Shibuya.Faithful dog Hachiko"ofBronze statueThere is a square in front of this door. Large-scale towards Shibuya Center StreetDowntownSpreads. The buildings around the scrambled intersection2000 eraSince then, a total of four large screens have been installed. Also, once around herePedestrian heavenWas carried out,2002 May 12Was abolished. From the scramble intersectionCenter town,Shibuya PARCOIt is the route to the direction and NHK Broadcasting CenterShibuya Park Street, SHIBUYA 109/Tokyu Department Store Main StoreBunkamura Street(Old Tokyu Main Store Street),DogenzakaIt leads to the direction. It is a residential areaShoto-Kamiyama TownThis exit will also be used in the direction.

In addition, in front of Hachiko2006 May 10ToFirst Tokyu 5000 series Deha 5001 car (blue frog)The cut body (body only) is installed (owned and managed byShibuya), it was used as a tourist information center, but with the redevelopment workAkitaOdate CityWill be relocated to[Press 33][Newspaper 9],2020 May 8Was delivered to[Newspaper 10].

Main stores and facilities

Tamagawaguchi

The name was once near this exitTokyu Tamagawa LineIt was because there was a platform.

Includes station improvement work on the Keio Inokashira LineRedevelopmentShibuya Mark City was built by the company, and it is a commercial complex consisting of specialty stores, offices, hotels, bus terminals, etc., whose main customer base is a little older than young people.

Main stores and facilities

West exit

mainlyTokyu busWhen,Keio BusWest exit bus terminal whereTokyu PlazaShibuya(Shibuya Fucras).Cerulean towerTokyu Hotel,Tamagawa street,Sakuragaoka TownUse this exit for the direction as well.Also used as a meeting placeComplicated imageThere is.

Main stores and facilities

East exit

The tallest building in ShibuyaShibuya scramble squareThe east wing is directly connected, and offices, commercial facilities, and a rooftop observatory are added.

In front of the stationBus terminal, Mainly in the city center (Roppongi-ShinbashiDirection etc.)Toei BusIs arriving and departing. Also, in front of the stationMeiji streetNational Route 246At the intersection of (Tamagawa street),1968 (ShowaIt was completed in 43)Footbridge "MammothThere is a pedestrian bridgeShuto Expressway No. 3 Shibuya LineIt also crosses overpass[39].

Roppongi street,Shibuya Police StationIn addition to using this doorway,2003 (15)May 6UntilTokyu Cultural CenterThere is[Press 34], Was connected to the station by a connecting bridge.This building has been demolished2012 May 4Is a high-rise complexShibuya HikarieWas reopened as[Press 35].. At the same time, a new connecting bridge connecting to Shibuya Hikarie was installed and the old connecting bridge was removed.

The area near the bus terminal at the east exit was onceTodenIt was the station. Also, the east exitMiyamasuzakaAs you can see, the north side of the east exit near this slope (Tokyo Metro Ginza LineThe part located on the north side of the viaduct) is sometimes referred to as "Miyamasuguchi".

Main stores and facilities

Miyamasu Sakaguchi

Common name north of the Ginza Line at the east exit.MiyamasuzakaIn addition,Meiji street OfHarajuku-ShinjukuDirection,Miyashita Park(Miyashita Park)Mitake Park,Tokyo Children's CenterThis exit will also be used.

Main stores and facilities

New South Exit

Only available from the Saikyo Line/Shonan Shinjuku Line Home. Hotel Mets Shibuya is directly connected to the station. There is no direct line to the west. Described below#Station facilities ・ Large-scale redevelopment around the stationAs a result, the Saikyo Line / Shonan-Shinjuku Line Home was relocated to the north side, and the New South Exit was separated and became isolated, so adjustments were made to close it after the spring of 2020 after the relocation was completed.[Newspaper 11]Since the start of operation of the new home after June 2020, 6, it can be used by passing through the old home as a connecting passage[Press 21].. At the same time as the opening of Shibuya Stream in 2018, it will flow in the vicinity through public-private partnershipShibuya RiverThe promenade along the river (Shibuya River Street) was also improved.

Main stores and facilities

Bus route

East side

Toei Bus,Tokyu bus, Shibuya Community Bus "Hachiko bus”Is in operation, and it is roughly divided into the following two stops.

  • Miyamasu Sakaguchi-East Exit:Shibuya station square(Toei Bus)
  • Shibuya HikarieFront (Ginza Line Meiji Dori Exit):Shibuya Station East Exit(Tokyu) *Drop-off is the same as in front of Shibuya Station on the Toei Bus
  • Aoyama Dori Eastbound:Shibuya Station East Exit(Hachiko)
  • In front of Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel:Shibuya Station East Exit(Toei Bus)

The sales offices in charge are as follows.

Near Miyamasuzaka Exit to East Exit

Toei buses depart at the "Shibuya station square" stop, and Tokyu buses and Hachiko buses depart at the "Shibuya station east exit" stop.

Platform 51 (Toei)
Platform 52 (Tokyu)
Platform 53 (Tokyu)
Platform 54 (Toei)
Platform 56 (Toei)
Platform 58 (Toei)
Platform 59 (Toei)
No. 60 stop (Tokyu Transce

Near Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel

Toei bus lines depart and arrive at the "Shibuya Station East Exit" stop.

71nd stop
72nd stop

West

Toei bus,Odakyu Bus,Keio Bus,Keikyu Express Bus, Tokyu Bus,Tokyu Transce, Shibuya-ku community bus "Hachiko Bus" is in service, and it spreads around the west exit.

The sales offices in charge are as follows.

Near West Exit

Toei Bus departs at "Shibuya Station" stop, Tokyu Bus / Keio Bus / Odakyu Bus departs at "Shibuya Station" stop, and Hachiko Bus departs at "Shibuya Station West Exit" stop.

Platform 0 (Odakyu) (near the pedestrian crossing in front of Mark City) * The west exit platform is being relocated due to long-term construction.
Platform 1 (in front of Seibu Department Store) * The west exit platform is being relocated due to long-term construction.
Platform 2 (Keio)
Platform 3 (Tokyu, Odakyu)
Platform 4 (Odakyu)
Platform 5 (Tokyu)
  • Shibu 32: Nozawa Ryuunji line [circulation], Shimouma sales office line, Mishuku line
Platform 6 (Tokyu)
Platform 7 (Tokyu) * Shibuya Fukurasu 1F
Platform 8 (Tokyu) * Shibuya Fukurasu 1F
Platform 9 (Tokyu Bus, Tokyu Transses, Keikyu, Airport Transport Service) * Shibuya Fukurasu 1F
  • Airport Limousine Bus:Haneda airportLine (Tokyu Transses / Keikyu / Airport Transport Service)
  • Airport Limousine Bus:Narita AirportLine (Tokyu Bus / Airport Transport Service)
Platform 27 (Keio)
Platform 30 (Tokyu)
Platform 31 (Tokyu)
Platform 32 (Tokyu)
Platform 33 (Tokyu)
Platform 34 (Tokyu)
35nd stop
Platform 36 (Tokyu)
Platform 37 (Tokyu)
  • Shibu 82 : PowerLine, Seta Sales Office Line (departure / warehousing)
Platform 40 (Keio)
Platform 41 (Toei, Keio)
Platform 46 (Keio)
Platform 47 (Keio)
  • Shibu 63: For Nakano Station, for Nakano Shako
Platform 48 (Tokyu)
  • Shibu 05: Tsurumaki Sales Office (in front of Education Center / Central Library)

Near Hachiko Exit

At the "Shibuya Station Hachiko Exit" stopFuji ExpressRoutes arrive and depart.

  • Hachiko Bus Yuyake Koyake Route: Ebisu XNUMX-chome
  • Hachiko Bus Jingu no Mori Route: To Yoyogi Station
  • SS01: For Shibuya Station (in front of Japan University of Economics)
  • SS04: Cultural Center for Owada

Around 109 MEN'S

Toei bus lines depart and arrive at the "Shibuya Station West Exit" stop.

  • Ikebukuro 86: For Ikebukuro Station East Exit, for Ikebukuro Sunshine City, for Waseda
  • Saya 81: For the main gate of Sōdai

Near Nihon Keizai University

"Shibuya Station (Nihon Keizai UniversityBefore) ”at the bus stopFuji ExpressRoutes arrive and depart.

  • SS01: [Circulation] To Shibuya Garden Tower / Aobadai Tower * Operates only during the day
  • SS02: [Direct] bound for Shibuya Garden Tower * Operates except during the day
  • SS03: [Direct] bound for Aobadai Tower * Operates except during the daytime

Shibuya Mark City

Highway buses and airport communication buses arrive and depart.

Large-scale redevelopment of station facilities and around the station

Tokyo and Shibuya Ward announced "Shibuya Station Block Infrastructure Development Policy" on June 2008, 6[Press 37].

In addition,2009 In January, we announced "Summary of Shibuya Station Block Infrastructure Improvement City Plan Change (Draft)"[40].

2010 May 10,Shibuya Station Block Land Readjustment ProjectWas approved for enforcement[Press 38].. Enforcement period from the same year2026 Up to 16 years[Press 38].

The contents of the maintenance are as follows.

Improvement of station facilities

  • The former Toyoko Line ground platform site will be used to move the Saikyo Line / Shonan-Shinjuku Line (Yamanote Freight Line) platform to the north side and parallel it with the Yamanote Line platform. [Completed June 2020, 6]
  • The Yamanote Line platform will also be relocated to the north, after being converted to the island type (there are tracks on both sides of one platform). As a result, the platform layout of JR stations will be the same as that of Ebisu station.
  • The Ginza Line platform will be relocated to the east (east of the JR Line), and the platform will be made into an island.The new position isMeiji streetIt is the upper space, and the narrow stairs and ticket gates are renewed. [Completed January 2020, 1]
  • The ticket gates above and below the Yamanote Line platform will be completely rebuilt, and a vast transfer concourse will be set up. At the top of National Route 246, cross the East-West SquarePedestrian deckContact. The old Saikyo Line/Shonan Shinjuku Line Home will be used as a connecting passage to the New South Gate.

Construction of new station building

Improvement of pedestrian flow line

  • By improving station facilities, plazas, and station buildings, the passage connecting east and west will be expanded, and sidewalks and underpasses will be improved.
  • A skyway (connecting passage) will be set up to connect the new cultural district on the east exit side, the new station building, and the west exit side so that the area around the station that has a valley-like terrain can be connected horizontally.[20].

Parking lot/bicycle parking

  • Public below the taxi stand in the west exit basementParking LotMaintain.
  • Underground above the station on the Fukutoshin lineBicycle parkingMaintain.

Improvement of station square

  • The road connecting the Hachiko Square and the West Exit Bus Terminal will be abolished to eliminate the passage of cars.
  • A new taxi stand will be built in the basement of the West Exit Bus Terminal and will be consolidated.
  • These will expand the Hachiko, West, and East Plazas and bus terminals.

Changes in the bus stop

Due to the construction of the bus terminal by the land readjustment project for the Shibuya Station block, the bus stop has been changed frequently. All changes are made from the first train on Sunday, which has little effect on commuting to school.

Source:SHIBUYA FUTURE Shibuya Station Block Land readjustment project "Notice"

East exit
  • Changed the Shibuya Station East Exit bus platform on July 2013, 7[41][42].
  • Changed the Shibuya Station East Exit bus platform on July 2015, 5[43][44].
West exit
  • October 2015, 10 Shibuya station west exit bus platform changed[45][46].
  • October 2015, 11 Shibuya station west exit bus platform changed[47][48].
  • October 2015, 12 Shibuya station west exit bus platform changed[49].
  • On March 2016, 3, we changed the stop number of the Shibuya Station west exit bus stop[50].
  • October 2019, 11 Shibuya station west exit bus platform changed[51].

works

Drama / special effects
Book
Song

Other

  • The station name of Hachiko Exit isMincho typeIt is written in.
  • JapaneseFemale idol group-Keyakizaka46Debut song "Silent majorityWas recorded at the Shibuya station construction site (the former Shibuya station site on the Toyoko line), which is being redeveloped.
  • 2016 May 11BroadcastTime bokan 24(Yomiuri TV) In "Hachiko in Shibuya was a bee!", The station building in 1933 was broadcast as an animation.

Next station

* Limited express "East Japan Railway (JR East)"Narita Express","Dancer/Safir Dancer","ShonanSee the article for ".

East Japan Railway (JR East)
JR JY line symbol.svg Yamanote Line
Ebisu Station (JY 21)- Shibuya Station (JY 20) - Harajuku Station (JY 19)
JR JA line symbol.svg Saikyo Line (SO (Including Sotetsu Line direct)
Rapid commutingRapid·Local train
Ebisu Station (JA 09)- Shibuya Station (JA 10) - Shinjuku Station (JA 11)
JR JS line symbol.svg Shonan Shinjuku Line
Special rapid
Osaki Station (JS 17)- Shibuya Station (JS 19) -Shinjuku Station (JS 20)
Rapid·ordinary
Ebisu Station (JS 18)- Shibuya Station (JS 19) -Shinjuku Station (JS 20)
Keio Electric Railway
Number prefix Keio-Inokashira-line.svg Inokashira Line
Express
Shibuya Station (IN01) - Shimokitazawa Station (IN05)
Local train
Shibuya Station (IN01) - Shinsen Station (IN02)
  • When there is an entrance examination at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of the University of Tokyo, the express is usually between the next stopKomaba Todaimae StationThere may be a temporary stop.
Tokyu Corporation
Tokyu TY line symbol.svg Toyoko Line
Limited expressCommuter ExpressExpress (most of the trains on the Fukutoshin line are limited express trains, most of the trains on the commuter express are commuter express trains on the Fukutoshin line, and most of the express trains stop at stations on the Fukutoshin line)
(Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line)- Shibuya Station (TY01) - Nakameguro Station (TY03)
Local train
(Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line)- Shibuya Station (TY01) - Daikanyama Station (TY02)
Tokyu DT line symbol.svg Denentoshi Line
Express (stop at each station on the Hanzomon Line)
(Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line)- Shibuya Station (DT01) - Sangenjaya Station (DT03)
Semi-expressStop at each station (Semi Express stops at Futakotamagawa at each station)
(Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line)- Shibuya Station (DT01) - Ikejiriohashi Station (DT02)
Tokyo Subway (Tokyo Metro)
Logo of Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.svg Ginza Line
Shibuya Station (G 01) - Omotesando Station (G 02)
Logo of Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon Line.svg Hanzomon Line (All trains stop at each station on the line)
(Tokyu Denentoshi Line)- Shibuya Station (Z 01) -Omotesando Station (Z 02)
Logo of Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line.svg Fukutoshin Line
  • S-TRAIN stop station
Commuter Express (Most trains are limited express trains on the Toyoko Line)
Shinjuku-sanchome Station (F 13)- Shibuya Station (F 16) -(Tokyu Toyoko Line)
ExpressStop at each station (most express trains are limited express on the Toyoko Line, some trains at each station stop on the Toyoko Line)
Meiji Jingumae <Harajuku> Station (F 15)- Shibuya Station (F 16) -(Tokyu Toyoko Line)

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注 釈

  1. ^ Initially, it was planned to start operation in the middle of July 2020,New Coronavirus Infection (COVID-19)Was postponed because the construction was temporarily suspended to prevent infection and spread of[Press 23].
  2. ^ In the future, we plan to connect to Scramble Square through the upper part of the Ginza Line station building, and even to Mark City.
  3. ^ It was abolished from April 2018, 4 due to the progress of the relocation work described below.
  4. ^ After that, the original communication passage was dismantled, and preparations for the construction of a new platform and the relocation of the Yamanote Freight Line northbound line began in earnest.
  5. ^ This station was the only station on the Yamanote Line that had a ticket gate on the platform.
  6. ^ The Tokyu commuter pass at the Dogenzaka side is the Toei Railway Service andToyoko LineIt is unknown whether either "Shibuya Station" was managed.
  7. ^ After the transfer of station operations to Tokyu, the Tokyo Metro commuter pass on the Miyamasuzaka sideGinza LineIt was managed by "Shibuya Station".
  8. ^ Until then, the north end of the platform was a temporary structure, and the wall surface of that part was easy to finish. A temporary passage was laid on the line and functioned as a platform.
  9. ^ Saburo Aoigawa More between hobbies and everyday
  10. ^ There are several limited express commuter trains on weekdays late at night only for the trains bound for Shibuya.
  11. ^ Except for the first train, it will be transferred from Motosumiyoshi
  12. ^ When the ticket gate was set up, it was a "new front ticket gate".
  13. ^ Line 1 before the relocation was a platform for getting off, so the departure melody was not used.
  14. ^ Fiscal year of Keio Teito Electric Railway
  15. ^ Since October 2013, 10, the headquarters building has been rebuilt and temporarily relocated to the site of the former Sengawa factory.
  16. ^ Only flights departing after 2019:5 until the end of May 23.

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  14. ^ "Platform doors will be installed on lines 1 and 2 of Shibuya Station on the Inokashira Line! ~ Preventing accidents from falling from the platform ~" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Keio Electric Railway, (January 2018, 10), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 2., https://web.archive.org/web/20210206094932/https://www.keio.co.jp/news/update/news_release/news_release2018/nr181018_shibuya.pdf 2021/5/3Browse. 
  15. ^ a b c "Directly connected to Shibuya Station, directly above! 47-story new landmark Shibuya Scramble Square Phase I (East Wing), opening today !!" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Shibuya Scramble Square, (November 2019, 11), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 3., https://web.archive.org/web/20210326022619/https://www.shibuya-scramble-square.com/assets/pdf/about/191101.pdf 2021/3/26Browse. 
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  19. ^ "Notice of Business Closure of Tokyu Department Store Toyoko Store (Excluding food section on the 1st basement floor)" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu Department Store, (July 2019, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 10., https://web.archive.org/web/20191001031712/https://www.tokyu-dept.co.jp/corporate/press/whats_new/2019_0722.pdf 2020/4/10Browse. 
  20. ^ a b c "The new ticket gate will open at Shibuya station on the Ginza line! "Hikarie area ticket gate" will be available on Saturday, April 2020, 4." (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyo Metro, (July 2020, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 3., https://web.archive.org/web/20200318083436/https://www.tokyometro.jp/news/images_h/metroNews20200318_30.pdf 2020/3/18Browse. 
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  22. ^ a b c “In September 2020, a new pedestrian deck at the west exit of Shibuya Station will be put into service.” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu / East Japan Passenger Railway / Tokyo Subway / Dogenzaka 2020-chome Station Area Urban Redevelopment Association / Tokyu Land Corporation, (August 8, 21), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 8., https://web.archive.org/web/20200821075636/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2020/20200821_ho03.pdf 2020/8/21Browse. 
  23. ^ a b “In July 2020, a new pedestrian deck at the West Exit of Shibuya Station will be put into service to build a highly convenient temporary pedestrian network.” (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu / East Japan Passenger Railway / Tokyo Metro / Dogenzaka 2020-chome Station Area Urban Redevelopment Association / Tokyu Land Corporation, (March 3, 31), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20200727075023/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2019/20200331_ho01.pdf 2020/7/27Browse. 
  24. ^ a b "In July 2021, the pedestrian deck" Shibuya Hikarie Hikarie Deck "will open in the east exit area of ​​Shibuya Station! ~ The pedestrian network will be expanded and a new space for liveliness and relaxation will be born ~" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu, (September 2021, 5), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 5., https://web.archive.org/web/20210525092310/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/image/news/pdf/20210525_1-1.pdf 2021/5/25Browse. 
  25. ^ a b "" Shibuya Hikarie Hikarie Deck "opens today! -A new outdoor space for liveliness and relaxation has been created in the east exit area of ​​Shibuya Station-" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu, (September 2021, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 8., https://web.archive.org/web/20210806191703/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/image/information/pdf/20210715-3.pdf 2021/8/6Browse. 
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h "About train suspension due to Shibuya Station Yamanote Line inner loop line switching work (home widening)" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Tokyo Branch, (February 2021, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20210719053203/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2021/tokyo/20210719_to01.pdf 2021/7/19Browse. 
  27. ^ "Notice of opening date of JR East Station Tabi Concierge (in Tokyo branch office area)" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Tokyo Branch, (February 2021, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20210727100451/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2021/tokyo/20210727_to01.pdf 2021/7/27Browse. 
  28. ^ "Saturday, March 2021, 3 Revision of timetable for all Tokyo Metro lines Advance the last train time for all lines" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyo Metro, (July 2021, 1), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 1., https://web.archive.org/web/20210129095545/https://www.tokyometro.jp/news/images_h/metroNews210126_1.pdf 2021/5/29Browse. 
  29. ^ a b "Toyoko Line/Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line commemoration of mutual direct operation start! Introducing original bell melody at Toyoko Line Shibuya Station" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu Corporation, (July 2013, 2), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2013, 5., https://web.archive.org/web/20130522134943/http://www.tokyu.co.jp/contents_index/guide/pdf/130228-1.pdf 2020/8/2Browse. 
  30. ^ "Nickname and details of paid seat reserved trains have been decided! "S-TRAIN" starts operating from Saturday, March 2017, 3!" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Seibu Railway / Tokyo Subway / Tokyu Corporation / Yokohama Minatomirai Railway, (January 2017, 1), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2018, 12., https://web.archive.org/web/20181211204927/https://www.tokyometro.jp/news/images_h/metroNews20170110_g02.pdf 2020/3/17Browse. 
  31. ^ "The site of the former Shibuya station building on the Toyoko Line will open for a limited time as a large-scale event space" SHIBUYA ekiato "!!" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu Corporation, (July 2013, 1), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 2., https://web.archive.org/web/20210206054243/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/file/130117-3.pdf 2021/2/6Browse. 
  32. ^ "Part of the content of the event development at the large-scale event space "SHIBUYA ekiato" on the site of the Shibuya Station building on the Toyoko Line has been decided!!" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu Corporation, (July 2013, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 8., https://web.archive.org/web/20200802080038/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/file/130318.pdf 2020/8/2Browse. 
  33. ^ "Aogaeru Tourist Information Center", a symbol of Hachiko Square in Shibuya that has been watching the station in front of the statue of Hachiko, has begun! What" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Shibuya City Tourism Association / Shibuya City Citizens' Department Commerce and Industry Tourism Division, (February 2020, 2), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6., https://web.archive.org/web/20200604164439/https://www.city.shibuya.tokyo.jp/assets/com/000047052.pdf 2020/8/2Browse. 
  34. ^ “Tokyu Cultural Center will be closed and dismantled” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu Corporation, (July 2002, 5), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 2., https://web.archive.org/web/20210205131410/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/file/020528_1.pdf 2021/2/18Browse. 
  35. ^ “-New Landmark in Shibuya-Shibuya Hikarie scheduled to open on Thursday, April 2012, 4 Tokyu Department Store new store “ShinQs” simultaneous opening” (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu Corporation, (July 2011, 11), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 5., https://web.archive.org/web/20200531082803/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/file/111128-1.pdf 2020/5/31Browse. 
  36. ^ “The JR East Hotel Mets at the hotel near the station is available in your office space-Special campaign fee for STATION WORK members available from 1,150 yen (excluding tax)” (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company / Nippon Hotel, (June 2020, 6), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6., https://web.archive.org/web/20200615070603/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2020/20200615_ho01.pdf 2020/6/15Browse. 
  37. ^ "About publication of "Shibuya Station block infrastructure maintenance policy"" (Japanese) (Press Release), Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Urban Development / Shibuya Ward, (June 2008, 6), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2008, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20080716013609/http://www.metro.tokyo.jp/INET/OSHIRASE/2008/06/20i6u300.htm 2020/8/2Browse. 
  38. ^ a b "About the enforcement authorization of the Shibuya Station block land readjustment project" (Japanese) (Press Release), Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Urban Development, (October 2010, 10), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2012, 3., https://web.archive.org/web/20120321052020/http://www.metro.tokyo.jp/INET/OSHIRASE/2010/10/20kad100.htm 2020/8/2Browse. 

newspaper article

  1. ^ “First introduction of automatic ticket gates at Shibuya Station”. Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 1989, 10) 
  2. ^ "Fired at Shibuya station, seriously injured station staff". Asahi Shimbun (Tokyo: Asahi Shimbun Tokyo Head Office): p. 1. (March 2004, 6) 
  3. ^ a b "New station building at Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Shibuya Station opens to double the width of the platform". Asahi Shimbun digital(November 2020, 1). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 1.. https://web.archive.org/web/20200103015444/https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASMDS5JVBMDSUTIL039.html 2020/1/3Browse. 
  4. ^ a b "Shinjuku line Shibuya station new platform is now in service, next to the Yamanote line, convenient for transfer". Mainichi Newspapers(November 2020, 6). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6.. https://web.archive.org/web/20200601022914/https://mainichi.jp/articles/20200601/k00/00m/040/033000c 2020/6/1Browse. 
  5. ^ “Saikyo Line home relocation that can no longer be called “Minami Shibuya Station” has been realized”. Asahi Shimbun(November 2020, 6). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6.. https://web.archive.org/web/20200602045137/https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASN613J8JN50UTIL01S.html 2020/6/2Browse. 
  6. ^ "<Casual Museum> Myth of Tomorrow Taro Okamoto Shibuya Mark City". Tokyo Newspaper(November 2020, 4). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 5.. https://web.archive.org/web/20210525104507/https://www.tokyo-np.co.jp/article/22216 2021/5/25Browse. 
  7. ^ "Until the 2nd of next month due to the relocation of Shibuya Station, where the Ginza line will be suspended". Asahi Shimbun(November 2019, 12). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 12.. https://web.archive.org/web/20191229015824/https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASMDS5JY3MDSUTIL03B.html 2019/12/29Browse. 
  8. ^ “Shibuya Station, “Underground Labyrinth” Toyoko Line Station is on the 5th basement floor... Passenger chaos continues”. Sankei Shimbun(November 2013, 3). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2013, 4.. https://web.archive.org/web/20130428105730/http://www.iza.ne.jp:80/news/newsarticle/natnews/topics/640471 2020/8/2Browse. 
  9. ^ “Ao Frog” will move to Hachiko's hometown…by redevelopment around Shibuya Station”. Yomiuri Shimbun(November 2020, 2). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 2.. https://web.archive.org/web/20200227020843/https://www.yomiuri.co.jp/national/20200210-OYT1T50054/ 2020/8/5Browse. 
  10. ^ ""Blue frog", parting from Shibuya, to Hachiko's birthplace, Odate City, Akita Prefecture". Yomiuri Shimbun(November 2020, 8). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 8.. https://web.archive.org/web/20200803115935/https://www.yomiuri.co.jp/national/20200803-OYT1T50166/ 2020/8/5Browse. 
  11. ^ "JR Shibuya Station: Close to the "New South Exit" ticket gate, move to the north side of the Saikyo Line platform". Mainichi Newspapers(November 2015, 9). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2015, 9.. https://web.archive.org/web/20150905033640/http://mainichi.jp/select/news/20150905k0000e040178000c.html 2020/5/30Browse. 

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JR/private railway/subway statistical data
  1. ^ a b c レポート -Kanto Transportation Advertising Council
  2. ^ a b Shibuya City Overview - Shibuya Ward
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