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There are many large parks such as "Setagaya Park" located between Sangenjaya Station and Ikejiri Ohashi Station and "Hanegi Park" famous for "Setagaya Ume Matsuri" (cancelled in 2021 and 2022). There is no shortage of walking spots.
 

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Setagaya Park

Setagaya Park(Setagaya Koen)TokyoSetagayaLocated in Ikejiri XNUMX-chomeCity park.

1965 After being transferred from Tokyo to Setagaya Ward, the concept was solicited from the general public for renovation due to the deterioration of the facility, and the renovation was carried out based on it.1974 It was completed in and the park was newly opened.

In the parkfountainIn addition to the open space, a miniSL(See below) is running in a part of the park.Also,D51 272But,ConductorYo 14740It is statically preserved in the form of being connected to the platform and being offered to the platform.AdjacentBaseball fieldHas been recently refurbishedSoccer fieldIt became a lawn ball game field that can also be used as a ball game field.

Mini SL

Live steamType ofSLso,D51 272とC57 57There are three types[2]..The train name is "SL Chibikuro"[3]..It is used on Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and school holidays, and is closed on rainy / snowy days and during the year-end and New Year holidays.The fee is free for children under elementary school age, 1 yen for elementary school students, and 30 yen for junior high school students and above.The station building is designed to be barrier-free.In addition, the "Setagaya Children's SL Festival" is held every autumn, and special commemorative trains are operated and model railroad exhibition events are held (contents may change depending on the year of the festival).

It used to be powered by coal, but since it was not renewed due to various reasons when the boiler inspection deadline expired in 2004, both of them are now being converted to battery-powered.

Play park

It is an "open area" that has abolished all prohibited items in the park for the purpose of fostering children's independence, independence, and sociality.Respecting children's curiosity in the area, children's own playsets are lined up under the guidance of resident play leaders and local volunteers, and it is possible to climb trees, dig holes, and even play with fire. Children are required to take responsibility for their injuries. The facility was opened as an International Year of the Child commemorative project in 1979, but such facilities are rare in Japan and are still evaluated as an advanced attempt.[Source required].

Gallery

Directions and Parking

footnote

  1. ^ Park record (Setagaya Ward)
  2. ^ The real thing of D51 272 is stored in the same park, and the real thing of C57 57 is also stored in Okura Sports Park in Setagaya Ward.
  3. ^ Chibikuro official website

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Ikejiriohashi Station

Ikejiriohashi Station(Ikejiri Ohashi-eki)TokyoSetagayaとMeguroStraddleTokyu CorporationDenentoshi Line OfstationIs.It is the easternmost station in Setagaya Ward.Station number TheDT 02.

Specifically, Setagaya WardIkejiriXNUMX-chome, Ikejiri XNUMX-chome, Meguro-ku big bridgeXNUMX chomeHigashiyamaAlthough it straddles 2-chome, the station is located at XNUMX-XNUMX Ikejiri, Setagaya-ku.

History

Station structure

Relative homeHave two lines on one sideUnderground station.

WCIs on Platform 1MultifunctionalIt has a toilet.

There are four entrances and exits to the station: east exit, west exit, south exit, and north exit.Of these, the east exit adjacent to the Higashiyama shopping district on the Meguro ward side and the west exit to the west exit toward Ikejiri on the Setagaya ward side are wide, and the west exit isMutouIt opens on the first floor of the building and is connected to the commercial facilities in the basement of the building in the middle of the stairs.on the other hand,National Route 246The stairs at the south and north exits that open on the sidewalk are narrow, and the size of the sidewalk is small, so it is even narrower near the ground. There are no escalators at any of the four entrances (see below for elevators).Each doorwayTicket gateIn front of the mouthConcourseIt is connected by, and during business hoursFree passageIt is also functioning as.

Individually between each platform on the upper and lower lines and the ticket gate floorエ レ ベ ー タ ーIs installed, but the space to install it inside the existing ticket gate cannot be secured, so it is a wide type in the concourse (outside the ticket gate) on the ticket gate floor.Automatic ticket gateThe space outside the ticket gate is a little narrower because the fence was newly installed to secure a passage for the elevator.In addition, this elevator exclusive ticket gateAdjustment machineIs not installed, so if payment occursIntercomでStation staffNeed to be called.Also, on the up line side of National Highway 246, "Ikejiri Ohashi (station)" between the west exit and the north exit.Bus stop[5] There is an elevator entrance / exit that connects the ground and the concourse next to it.

Bus stop

Lineroutedirectiondestination
1DT Denentoshi LineGoing downFutakotamagawa-Nagatsuda-Central forestaspect[6]
2Going upShibuya-Push up-Kasukabeaspect[7]

(Source:Tokyu Electric Railway: Station yard map)

Usage situation

Recent daily averageGetting on and off-BoardingpersonnelThe transition of is as shown in the table below.

Daily average boarding/alighting personnel by year[*1][*2]
年度Daily average
Boarding and alighting personnel[*3]
Daily average
Boarding personnel[*4]
Source
[Note 1]197723,35412,027[Tokyo statistics 1]
197827,10214,234[Tokyo statistics 2]
197930,26415,852[Tokyo statistics 3]
198032,08316,832[Tokyo statistics 4]
198133,54817,614[Tokyo statistics 5]
198235,20018,573[Tokyo statistics 6]
198336,97519,444[Tokyo statistics 7]
198439,42420,672[Tokyo statistics 8]
198541,16021,681[Tokyo statistics 9]
198643,95123,197[Tokyo statistics 10]
198745,15423,705[Tokyo statistics 11]
198846,93424,827[Tokyo statistics 12]
1989 (first year of Heisei)50,71827,109[Tokyo statistics 13]
1990 (Heisei02 years)53,07528,972[Tokyo statistics 14]
1991 (Heisei03 years)55,01229,259[Tokyo statistics 15]
1992 (Heisei04 years)53,51928,977[Tokyo statistics 16]
1993 (Heisei05 years)53,15028,920[Tokyo statistics 17]
1994 (Heisei06 years)52,96028,651[Tokyo statistics 18]
1995 (Heisei07 years)51,69628,377[Tokyo statistics 19]
1996 (Heisei08 years)51,85828,429[Tokyo statistics 20]
1997 (Heisei09 years)50,79027,829[Tokyo statistics 21]
199849,05427,107[Tokyo statistics 22]
199948,19126,750[Tokyo statistics 23]
200049,65926,586[Tokyo statistics 24]
200150,32226,389[Tokyo statistics 25]
200249,35325,929[Tokyo statistics 26]
200350,20226,351[Tokyo statistics 27]
200450,26626,434[Tokyo statistics 28]
200550,75926,522[Tokyo statistics 29]
200652,95527,685[Tokyo statistics 30]
200756,60829,178[Tokyo statistics 31]
200856,53329,156[Tokyo statistics 32]
200956,03128,801[Tokyo statistics 33]
201057,32129,409[Tokyo statistics 34]
201156,37228,917[Tokyo statistics 35]
201257,59429,512[Tokyo statistics 36]
201360,09830,740[Tokyo statistics 37]
201460,75831,035[Tokyo statistics 38]
201561,30231,333[Tokyo statistics 39]
201662,13531,744[Tokyo statistics 40]
201763,85532,595[Tokyo statistics 41]
201863,34632,337[Tokyo statistics 42]
2019 (first year of Reiwa)63,36432,342[Tokyo statistics 43]
2020 (Reiwa02 years)47,659
Remarks
  1. ^ Opened March 1977, 4.

Around the station

Bus route

Tokyu busVia Ohashi / Ikejiri (excluding some)Shibuya StationとTamagawa Station,Denenchofu StationSuch asToyoko LineAlong the line,Todoroki Station,Futakotamagawa StationSuch asOimachi LineAlong the line,Soshigaya Okura Station,Seijogakuenmae StationSuch asOdakyu lineIt connects along the railway line.again,Odakyu BusIs via Ohashi / Ikejiri to Shibuya Station and Seijo Gakuenmae Station /Chofu StationIs tied.Besides this, ShibuyaYamanote LineSeveral routes to improve convenience to the inner and southern regionsExpress BusStops.

The system that goes through Ohashi, Ikejiri Ohashi (high-speed bus only), Ikejiri Ohashi Station (only for Shibuya Station), and Ikejiri is as follows.

Tokyu Bus Route

  • [Astringent 05] Shibuya Station - big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Tsurumaki Sales Office
  • [Shibuya 11] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Denenchofu Station
  • [Shibuya 12] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Futakotamagawa Station-Takatsu Sales Office
  • [Shibuya 21] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Kamimachi Station
  • [Shibuya 22] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Youga Station
  • [Shibuya 23] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Soshigaya Okura Station
  • [Shibuya 24] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Seijogakuenmae Station(From Shibuya Station to Seijo Gakuenmae Station West Exit) --With Odakyu BusJoint operation
  • [Shibuya 31] Shibuya Station → big bridge→Ikejiri→Lower horseXNUMX-chome (circulation) →Ikejiri→Ikejiriohashi Station→ big bridge→ Shibuya Station
  • [Shibuya 32] Shibuya Station → big bridge→Ikejiri→NozawaRyuunji (circulation) →Ikejiri→Ikejiriohashi Station→ big bridge→ Shibuya Station
  • [Shibuya 41] Shibuya Station- big bridge - Oimachi Station-Osaki StationWest ExitShimizu
  • [Shibuya 82] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Power
  • [TOKYU E-Liner] Nijigaoka Sales Office→Ikejiriohashi Station→ Shibuya Station (getting off only)

Odakyu Bus Route

  • [Shibuya 24] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri --Seijo Gakuenmae Station (from Shibuya Station bound for Seijo Gakuenmae Station West Exit) --Joint operation with Tokyu Bus
  • [Shibuya 26] Shibuya Station- big bridge(←Ikejiriohashi Station)- Ikejiri - Chofu StationSouth exit

Odakyu Highway Bus Route

JR Bus Kanto Line

Origin of station name

Tamagawa LineIn the era, "Tama Battery Butt" in Ikejiri-cho, Setagaya-ku, Meguro-kuKamimeguroThere was a tram stop at "Ohashi".It was named "Ikejiri Ohashi" because it was installed at this almost intermediate point.[2]..It is a so-called complex station name, and there is no place name or bridge with that name, "Ikejiri Ohashi".After that, the place name on the Meguro-ku side was Ohashi XNUMX-chome with Tamagawa-dori as the boundary.HigashiyamaIt is divided into XNUMX-chome.

The tentative name before opening is "Ohashi Ikejiri StationHowever, to make it easier to call, Tokyu President at that timeNoboru GotoThere was also a request from "(in Ohashi Ikejiri) that there is nothing strange and lacks impact. Ikejiri Ohashi, which imagines a big bridge, is better", two months before the opening.1977 May 2Has a history of being changed to the current name[8].

Next station

Tokyu Corporation
DT Denentoshi Line
■Express
通過
■Semi-express■Local train
Shibuya Station (DT01)- Ikejiri Ohashi Station (DT02) - Sangenjaya Station (DT03)
Our station-The distance between Shibuya stations is 1.9 km, which is the longest on the Tokyu Denen-toshi line.

footnote

[How to use footnotes]
  1. ^ "As a new product of" TOKYU OOH ", an advertising signboard with the name of a corporation or facility related to the local area will be posted near the station name of each station on the Tokyu Line." (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu Corporation / Tokyu Agency, (April 2013, 4), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2021, 5., https://web.archive.org/web/20210508121824/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/file/130422-3.pdf 2021/5/15Browse. 
  2. ^ a b c Tokyu station, P.156.
  3. ^ "I changed the line name by changing the operation system of the Mame Line from Sunday, August 12, 8" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), Tokyu Corporation, (July 2000, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 10., https://web.archive.org/web/20191029104951/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/file/000328.pdf 2020/5/3Browse. 
  4. ^ "PASMO will start service on Sunday, March 3th-Introduced by 18 railway operators and 23 bus operators, and will gradually expand-" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), PASMO Council / Pasmo, (December 2006, 12), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 5., https://web.archive.org/web/20200501075147/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/file/061221_1.pdf 2020/5/12Browse. 
  5. ^ Transit BusOnly stops for Shibuya station,Tomei ExpresswayfromExpress BusIs for getting off only.
  6. ^ "Denen-toshi Line Standard Timetable Ikejiri Ohashi Station Chuo-Rinkan area”. Tokyu Corporation. 2019/11/18Browse.
  7. ^ "Denen-toshi Line Standard Timetable Ikejiri Ohashi Station Shibuya”. Tokyu Corporation. 2019/11/18Browse.
  8. ^ Sada Kawajiri (March 2013, 3). "The Tokyu Denen-toshi Line was scheduled to go directly to the Ginza Line.". Nihon Keizai Shimbun(Tokyo Mysterious Expedition). https://style.nikkei.com/article/DGXNASFK0603H_X00C13A3000000/ 2019/11/5Browse. 

Source

Average number of private railway passengers per day
  1. ^ 2020 passengers -Tokyu Electric Railway
Private railway statistical data
  1. ^ Setagaya Ward Statistics - Setagaya
  2. ^ Ward handbook - Meguro
  3. ^ レポート -Kanto Transportation Advertising Council
  4. ^ Tokyo statistical yearbook - Tokyo
Tokyo statistical yearbook

References

  • Doichi Miyata, "Tokyu Station, Showa Era, Showa Era" JTB Publishing, September 2008, 9.ISBN 9784533071669.

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