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JR East, which operates passengers on the Chuo Main LineFirst-class railway operator, JR Freight, which operates freightSecond-class railway operatorIs.In the passenger business, the section including this station is "center laneIs guided.Please refer to the relevant article for details on the driving mode.
This station is the starting point for the Tamagawa Line.
- 1889 (Meiji22 years)May 4: The predecessor of the Chuo LineKobu RailwayShinjuku Station-At the same time as the opening between Tachikawa StationSakai StationOpened as (Sakai)..Started handling passengers and cargo.
- 1906 (39th year of Meiji)May 10: Of Kobu RailwaynationalizationByPublic railwayWill be the station of.
- 1909 (42th year of Meiji)May 10 : Track nameBecame a member of the Chuo East Line (Chuo Main Line from 1911) due to enactment.
- 1917 (Taisho6 years)May 10: Tama Railway (currently Tamagawa Line) opens.
- 1919 (Taisho 8)May 7 : Musashisakai StationRenamed to.This is to eliminate duplication of station names, and on the same day, the two "Sakai Stations" that used to have the same name as this station have all changed their station names (each).Sakaiminato Station,Ugosakai StationRenamed to).
- 1949 (Showa24 years)May 6 : Japan National RailwayInauguration.
- 1967 (42)May 9: Abolished the handling of cargo.
- May 3: Resumed cargo handling.However, there is no regular freight train for vehicle transportation.
- May 4 : Privatization of the national railway divisionAs a result, the stations on the Chuo Main Line will become stations for East Japan Railway Company (JR East) and Japan Freight Railway Company (JR Freight)..
- 2001 (Heisei13 years)May 11: In JR EastPrepaid Card"SuicaCan be used[Press 1].
- 2004 (16)May 11: Separated the ticket gates of Seibu and JR East due to the elevated construction.Since the Seibu side was a temporary station building at the beginning of the separation, it was handled by a manned ticket gate.
- 2006 (18)May 12: Switch the Tamagawa Line station platform to an elevated one.
- May 3: IC card "PASMOCan be used[Press 2]..Since it was still a manned ticket gate at the time of introduction, a reader dedicated to IC cards was installed.
- May 6: From around 16:30 on the same day to around 7:1 on July 6, the Chuo Line down line will be switched to an elevated line.[Press 3]At the same time, the south exit ticket gate was newly established.
- May 3: Introduced an automatic ticket gate at the ticket gate of the Tamagawa Line.
- May 7: The second station platform on the Tamagawa Line is completed.
- May 8: Under the elevated station on the Tamagawa lineSeibu Group OfStation NakaCommercial facility"Emio"Musashisakai store opened[Newspaper 1][Newspaper 2][Newspaper 3].Seijo Ishii,RF1 SELECT Etc. enter the store.
- May 9: Established a ticket gate exclusively for transfer between the Chuo Line and Tamagawa Line.
- 2009 (21)May 12: Switch the central line up line to elevated from around 21:6 on the same day to around 6:XNUMX on the following day[Press 4], A series of elevated construction (excluding the station building part) has been completed.
- 2012 (24)May 3: Opened north-south free passage from the first train and unified JR ticket gates.At the same time, the temporary ticket gate was abolished.
- May 4: JR East station is outsourced.The contractor is a corporationJR Central Line Mall[Newspaper 4].
- May 5: A new "nonowa exit" was established at the JR East station prior to the opening of the commercial facility "nonowa Musashisakai" (currently "nonowa Musashisakai WEST").[Press 5].
- May 5: Commercial facility "nonowa Musashisakai" (currently "nonowa Musashisakai WEST") opens at JR East station[Press 5].
- 2016 (28)May 6: Commercial facility "nonowa Musashisakai EAST" opens at JR East station[Press 6].
- 2019 (ReiwaFirst year)May 7: To "nonowa mouth" of JR East,NewDaysThe first unmanned store "NewDays Musashisakai nonowa exit" that utilizes self-checkout opens[Press 7].
Relative homeHave two lines on one sideElevated station..The ticket gates, which were located at the north and south exits before the completion of the elevated construction, were integrated into one location facing the north-south free passage in 2.In addition, on May 2012, 2013, prior to the opening of the commercial facility "nonowa Musashisakai" (currently "nonowa Musashisakai WEST"), a new ticket gate "nonowa exit" for IC cards such as Suica was established on the west side of the station. Was done[Press 5][Newspaper 4].. On July 2019, 7, at "nonowa mouth"NewDaysThen, the unmanned store "NewDays Musashisakai nonowa exit" that utilized self-checkout opened for the first time.[Press 7]..There is no ticket vending machine at the "nonowa exit", and simple charging machines that can charge IC cards such as Suica with only 1,000 yen bills are installed on both the entrance and exit sides.
All trains that stop are rapid trains, except for Mitaka, which has two trains at night.
JR Chuo Line2020 eraThe two-story green car the first half of the (within the next five years after the 2021 fiscal year) to prospect ligated 5 both carry out the 2-car train operation.Therefore, on lines 2 and 12 where rapid trains stop, renovation work for 1-car trains of the platform will be carried out.[Press 8][Newspaper 5].
|1||center lane||Going up||Kichijoji-Shinjuku-Tokyoaspect|
(Source:JR East: Station map）
There is one ticket gate.In the temporary station building era, a reader was installed in the ticket gate passage to support PASMO introduced from March 1, 2007, but on March 3, 18, an automatic ticket gate was installed for the first time at a station on the Tamagawa Line. Was done.
|3 · 4||Tamagawa Line||Tama-Koremasaaspect|
Normally, we use platform 3, but there are trains that use platform 4 early on Sunday morning.
From 2003 to 2009, elevated construction was underway.
Before the start of construction, track 1 isSingle platform, Lines 2 and 3Island homeA total of 2 sides and 3 linesGround stationso,Hashigami station buildingHad.Before constructionShared use stationIt is a station under the jurisdiction of JR East,Ticket gateIt was shared inside.At that time, Line 1 was assigned to the Chuo Line toward Tokyo, Line 2 was assigned to the Chuo Line toward Takao, and Line 3 was assigned to the Seibu Tamagawa Line.In addition, there were no intermediate ticket gates or fences separating the JR and Seibu lines on Platforms 2 and 3, so it was possible to transfer as they were.In addition, the station name of the Seibu Tamagawa Line platform was also designed to be JR East specifications and the line color was bright yellow.
In addition, the JR and Seibu Railway lines are connected on the Higashi-Koganei side, and the Seibu Tamagawa Line trainsInspectionLocomotive tow via JR line at the time of admission and transferClass A transportation(Before that, it was a merger with the old national railway).In addition, do not touch the platform between lines 1 and 2.SidingThere is one, on the Seibu sideLateral linewas there.The remains are now squares and buildings.
With the start of construction, the ticket gate was separated and a new station building was constructed on the Seibu side.At this point, it was a temporary station building, so at Seibu stationAutomatic ticket gateWas not installed.Also, on Platform 1Bus terminalA temporary ticket gate was set up nearby, but it was abolished when the platform was relocated.
From November 2006, 11 to June 30, 2007, the route between the JR ticket gate and the south exit was changed.Stairsとエ レ ベ ー タ ーClimb up and straddle the elevated part, and from there the stairsescalator・ It became a route to go down the elevator.Therefore, it took about 4 minutes to transfer between JR and Seibu.
From December 2006, 12, the Seibu Railway platform was switched to an elevated platform.Immediately after the switch, it will be temporarily opened on one side and one line only for the newly established No. 8 platform, and a new elevator andDeparture markWas installed. On July 2008, 7, Platform 19 was also elevated and an island platform with two lines on one side was completed, with the Chuo Line.Crossing lineWas also installed.
From June 2007th to July 6st, 30, the JR down line was switched to an elevated line.As a result of this switching, a temporary south exit ticket gate was set up, and a connecting passage between the underpass and the up line horizon platform was also set up.South Exit / Seibu Ticket Gate-The elevated straddle for movement within the JR premises has been resolved, and you can now go to the South Exit from Line 7 with almost no vertical movement by going down the stairs once.The conventional route was left as a free passage between the south exit and the north exit.
On September 2008, 9, a ticket gate was set up to connect JR and Seibu. There is no transfer checkout machine installed on either the JR side or Seibu side, and you can use it.PASMO-SuicaLimited to passengers who already have tickets valid for both companies, such as tickets and contact tickets.However, since there is no manned window, non-magnetic tickets (hard tickets and soft tickets, handwritten tickets, and train conductors issued tickets on the train.Refill ticketEtc.) cannot use the contact ticket gate, and once go out of the ticket gate and change trains.In addition, the contact ticket gate will be closed if admission is restricted at either station due to transportation problems.
On December 2009, 12, the up line that remained until the end was also switched to an elevated line, and the elevated line was completed. The JR station yard was reduced to two sides and two lines, and the adjacent Higashi-Koganei station was replaced by two sides and three lines.
On March 2012, 3, the escalator / elevator of the JR up line platform was installed, and the JR ticket gates were unified.
On May 2013, 5, the commercial facility "nonowa Musashisakai" (currently "nonowa Musashisakai WEST") was opened by utilizing the space under the elevated space created by this project.[Press 5][Newspaper 4].. Operated by JR Central Line Mall Co., Ltd. of the JR East Group[Press 5][Newspaper 4].. In 2014, utilizing the underpass on the west side of this station, stores and facilities will be opened sequentially from April of the same year as "Nomichi Sakai Nishi".[Press 9]On November 11st of the same year, a townscape of "Nomichi Higako East / West" was held under the elevated area around Higashi-Koganei Station, and the space under the elevated area between this station and Higashi-Koganei Station became one.[Press 10]..After that, on June 2016, 6, the commercial facility "nonowa Musashisakai EAST" was opened by utilizing the eastern elevated area.[Press 6].
- JR East -2020 average dailyBoardingpersonnel The47,597Is[Number of passengers 1].
- Among the stations within the JR East jurisdictionOkachimachi Station64th place after.
- Seibu Railway -2020 average dailyGetting on and offpersonnel The21,292Is[Number of passengers 2].
- 92rd out of 33 stations on the Seibu Railway.This is the largest number among all 6 stations on the Tamagawa Line.
Average daily number of passengers by year
Daily average for each yearGetting on and offThe personnel are as shown in the table below.
Boarding and alighting personnel
|Rate of increase|
|2019 (first year of Reiwa)||30,854||−0.2%|
|2020 (Reiwa2 years)||21,292||−31.0%|
Daily average number of passengers by year (1s-1880s)
Daily average for each yearBoardingThe personnel are as shown in the table below.
Daily average number of passengers by year (1-1953)
Average daily number of passengers by year (since 1)
|年度||JR East||Seibu Railway||Source|
|2001||[JR 3]58,543||11,507||[Tokyo statistics 49]|
|2002||[JR 4]59,015||11,488||[Tokyo statistics 50]|
|2003||[JR 5]58,717||11,557||[Tokyo statistics 51]|
|2004||[JR 6]59,395||12,512||[Tokyo statistics 52]|
|2005||[JR 7]60,084||13,286||[Tokyo statistics 53]|
|2006||[JR 8]60,200||13,134||[Tokyo statistics 54]|
|2007||[JR 9]60,826||13,104||[Tokyo statistics 55]|
|2008||[JR 10]61,297||13,660||[Tokyo statistics 56]|
|2009||[JR 11]61,670||14,066||[Tokyo statistics 57]|
|2010||[JR 12]61,666||14,011||[Tokyo statistics 58]|
|2011||[JR 13]61,021||13,667||[Tokyo statistics 59]|
|2012||[JR 14]62,706||14,075||[Tokyo statistics 60]|
|2013||[JR 15]65,331||14,527||[Tokyo statistics 61]|
|2014||[JR 16]65,384||14,575||[Tokyo statistics 62]|
|2015||[JR 17]66,772||15,027||[Tokyo statistics 63]|
|2016||[JR 18]67,667||15,041||[Tokyo statistics 64]|
|2017||[JR 19]68,423||15,195||[Tokyo statistics 65]|
|2018||[JR 20]68,985||15,416||[Tokyo statistics 66]|
|2019 (first year of Reiwa)||[JR 21]68,907||15,380||[Tokyo statistics 67]|
|2020 (Reiwa2 years)||[JR 22]47,597|
Around the station
- Musashisakai Station North Exit Square
- Complex facility "QuOLa": Musashino City Hall Musashisakai Municipal Administration Center, etc.
- Musashino City Hall
- Complex "Swing building": Musashino Swing Hall, etc.
- Musashino Fire StationSakai branch office
- Tokyo Metropolitan Waterworks BureauSakai Water Purification Plant
- School lunch Sakurazutsumi joint kitchen
- Musashino Sakaipost office
- Musashisakai Driving School
- Asia University
- Tokyo Metropolitan Musashi High School/Attached Junior High School
- Musashino City Second Elementary School
- Musashino City Sakurano Elementary School
- Musashino City Second Junior High School
- Musashino Municipal No. XNUMX Junior High School
- Musashino Municipal No. XNUMX Junior High School
- Saint Vallier Sakurazutsumi
- Tenseikai Musashisakai Hospital
- Iida SangyoMain office
- Skip Street Shopping Street
- Ecos TAIRAYA Musashisakai store
From the left, there are one ticket vending machine, one automatic ticket vending machine, three multifunction ticket vending machines, and two reserved seat ticket vending machines.There is also a green window.
- People / Town / Information Creation Center Musashino Place
- Musashino City Kyona Community Center
- Kizuki Shrine
- Musashino Kyonan Post Office
- Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University
- Tokyo Theological Seminary
- International Christian University
- Japan Lutheran College
- Musashino Red Cross Hospital
- Seitoku Gakuen
- Musashino City Kyonan Elementary School
- Ito-YokadoMusashisakai Store-There are East Building and West Building, and each building is independent.
- JR-East Hotel MetsMusashisakai --You can use the station Naka share office "STATION WORK" by making a reservation in advance.[Press 11].
- Mizuho Bank Musashisakai Branch
- Mitsubishi UFJ Bank Musashisakai Branch
- Kyonan Kyoeikai Shopping Street
- Ichiban-dori Shopping Street
- Musashino Place
- Kyonan Fureai Square Park
- Mees Club --Operated by Digg Resort 45swimming school
After April 2014, "Nomichi Sakai Nishi" was opened by utilizing the underpass on the west side of this station.[Press 9]..After that, on November 11st of the same year, a townscape of "Nomichi Higako East / West" was held under the elevated area around Higashi-Koganei Station, and the space under the elevated area between this station and Higashi-Koganei Station became one.[Press 10].
"" In front of the stationMusashisakai Station""Musashisakai Station North ExitAt the bus stopSeibu Bus-Kanto bus-Odakyu BusLine enters. From August 2015, 8, the bus stop was changed significantly due to the remodeling of the Musashisakai Station bus rotary.
- Platform 0 (Mubus）
- Line 5: (via Yamanaka Minami Park / Women's Hall / Sakai XNUMX-chome) Sakai / Higashi Koganei Line
- Line 5: (via Sakai XNUMX-chome South / Yamanakaminami Park) Sakai Nishi Circulation
- Line 7: (Kamirenjaku XNUMX-chome Apartment ・Mitaka Station・ Via Horiawai-dori) Sakai / Mitaka circulation
- Platform 1 (Seibu Bus)
- Sakai 03: (Tanashi Station-Sumitomo Heavy IndustriesPrevious·Tanitovia)Hibarigaoka StationGoing
- Sakai 05: (Via Tanashi Station, Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., Nakahara Elementary School) To Hibarigaoka Station * Only at 23:XNUMX
- Midnight: (via Tanashi Station, Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., Nakahara Elementary School) bound for Hibarigaoka * Weekdays and Saturdays only
- Platform 2 (Seibu Bus)
- Sakai 04: (Tanashi Station, Tanashicho XNUMX-chome,Hibarigaoka housing complexVia) To Hibarigaoka Station
- Sakai 07: (Tanashi Station ・Bunkajoshi High School・ Minamisawa XNUMX-chome ・AEON MALL HigashikurumeVia) To Hibarigaoka Station
- Midnight: (Tanashi Station ・West Tokyo Post Office・ Via Nishihara Green Heights) To Bunkajoshi Junior and Senior High School
- Midnight: (via Tanashi Station, Nishitokyo Post Office, Nishihara Green Heights) bound for Minamisawa XNUMX-chome
- Platform 3 (Kanto Bus)
- Platform 4 (Kanto Bus)
- Platform 5 (Kanto Bus)
- Platform 6 (Odakyu Bus)
- Sakai 21: (In front of Musashi High School, via housing complex entrance, housing complex center)
- Sakai 21: (via Yamanaka Minami Park, Asia University, housing complex center) To the waterside of the housing complex * Only one in the morning
- Sakai 21: (via Kunugibashi, Asia University North, Musashi High School) Musashisakai Station North Exit [Circulation] * Only one Saturday and holiday
- On the east side of the station, there is also a "Goyado" stop on the Mubus border / Mitaka circulation, which can be used.
"" In front of the stationMusashisakai Station South ExitWith the Odakyu Bus at the stopKeio Bus KoganeiLine enters.
- Platform 0 (Mubus)
- Line 3: Southeastern Boundary Circulation
- Line 3: Southwestern boundary circulation
- Platform 1 (Keio Bus Koganei)
- Platform 2 (Odakyu Bus)
- Sakai 92: (Via Nozaki Hachiman / Iguchi Hachiman entrance) Musashisakai Station South Exit [Circulation]
- Sakai 93: (In front of Nihonseikojutsu, via Nishino)International Christian UniversityGoing
- Sakai 96: (In front of NihonseikojutsuTest site main gatevia)Musashikoganei StationTo South Exit
- Inn 44: (Musashino Red Cross Hospital-Myojo Gakuenentrance·Kichijoji Stationvia)Shinjuku StationTo the west exit * Only 1 bottles a day
- Inn 44: (via Musashino Red Cross Hospital / Meisei Gakuen Entrance) bound for Kichijoji Station Central Exit * Only 1 trains a day
- Platform 3 (Odakyu Bus)
- Sakai 91: (In front of Hagiwara Residence (Ajinomoto Stadium) ・ Chofu Station North Exit ・Kokuryo Stationvia)Komae StationTo North Exit
- Sakai 91: (In front of Haginohara Residence (Ajinomoto Stadium))Chofu StationTo the north exit * Morning only
- Sakai 91: (In front of Haginohara Residence (Ajinomoto Stadium), via Chofu Station North Exit)Komae Sales OfficeTo * Only one per day
- Platform 4 (Odakyu Bus)
- Hawk 57: (In front of Kamigo Post Office, Shindokita, behind Inoue Hospital) To Mitaka Station
- Hawk 57: (via Kyonan XNUMX-chome)Musashisakai Sales OfficeGoing
- Entry / exit: (Via Kyonan XNUMX-chome) To Musashisakai Sales Office
- Kichi 01: (Via Osawa / Nozaki / Mitaka City Hall / Meisei Gakuen Entrance) To Kichijoji Station * ~ 18:XNUMX
- Kichi 01: (via Osawa / Nozaki / Mitaka City Hall / Meisei Gakuen Entrance) To Kichijoji Station Central Exit * From 18:XNUMX
- Yoshi 01: (via Osawa) bound for Nozaki
- Entry / exit: (via Kyonan 5-chome, Musashisakaie Sales Office, Higashicho 6-chome) To Shin-Koganei Station * XNUMX o'clock and XNUMX o'clock only
- East Japan Railway (JR East)
- center lane
- Seibu Railway
- Tamagawa Line
- Musashisakai Station (SW01) - Shin-Koganei Station (SW02)
- ^ All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 22
- ^ a b All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 23
- ^ Keisuke Imao"Visit the names of stations all over Japan"Japan Kayo Publishing, 2018, pp. 123-124.ISBN 978-4-8178-4482-8.
- ^ "List of local railways and tracks. As of November 18, 4"(National Diet Library Modern Digital Library)
- ^ Isaku Watanabe, "Recollection: Rail Freight Transport in West Kanto," Museum of Logistics, 2014, p.
- ^ All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 25
- ^ All railway lines in history JNR / JR No. 5, Page 27
- ^ Effective utilization of Musashisakai Station north exit city-owned land through public-private partnershipMusashino City Homepage (viewed on February 2018, 2)
- ^ Features of Mies Club | Swimming school "Mies Club", a 3-minute walk from Musashisakai Station
Press release material
- ^ "(PDF)”(Japanese). East Japan Railway Company. As of May 2019, 7オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.October 2020th, 4Browse.
- ^ "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. October 2020th, 6Browse.
- ^ "About train suspension due to the construction of the Chuo Line elevated" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Hachioji Branch, (September 2007, 4), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 8. October 2020th, 8Browse.
- ^ "About train suspension due to the construction of the Chuo Line elevated" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Hachioji Branch, (September 2009, 9), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 8. October 2020th, 8Browse.
- ^ a b c d e f “Central Line Mall Project“ nonowa Musashisakai ”Opens!” (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Hachioji Branch / JR Central Line Mall, (March 2013, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6. October 2020th, 6Browse.
- ^ a b “Nonowa Musashisakai EAST opens on Friday, June 2016, 6!” (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Hachioji Branch / JR Central Line Mall, (March 2016, 4), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6. October 2020th, 6Browse.
- ^ a b “NEW OPEN on July 2019, 7 (Tuesday) at JR Musashisakai Station! NewDays' first self-registration cashless and unmanned store development-Joint opening commemorative campaign-” (PDF) (Press Release), JR East Retail Net / East Japan Railway Company, (July 2019, 7), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 4. October 2020th, 4Browse.
- ^ "Introduction of Green Car Service to Chuo Rapid Line, etc." (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (September 2015, 2), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 9. October 2020th, 4Browse.
- ^ a b "Musashisakai Station West Side Elevated Block" Nomichi Sakai Nishi "will open sequentially from April 2014 ~ Approximately 4km of underpass will be connected ~" (PDF) (Press Release), JR Central Line Mall, (June 2014, 3), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6. October 2020th, 6Browse.
- ^ a b "Green x People x Town Connected Central Line Mall Project Stations are connected-Musashisakai / Higashi-Koganei Station space under the elevated" Nomichi "Machibiraki-" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Hachioji Branch / JR Central Line Mall, (March 2014, 10), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 6. October 2020th, 6Browse.
- ^ "We will accelerate work style reforms by expanding the shared office business-Aiming to expand" STATION WORK "at 1,000 locations and promoting work-" (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (August 2020, 9), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 9. October 2020th, 9Browse.
- ^ "Emio opens at Musashisakai station today restaurants, supermarkets, etc.". Yomiuri Shimbun (Yomiuri Shimbun). (October 2008, 8)
- ^ “New commercial facility opens today Musashisakai Station South Exit vacant land due to elevation”. Asahi Shimbun (Asahi Shimbun). (December 2008, 8)
- ^ “Opening today in Musashisakai to disseminate food-centered lifestyles”. Tokyo Newspaper (Chunichi Shimbun). (October 2008, 8)
- ^ a b c d e "" Nonowa Musashisakai "opened JR Chuo Line Mall in the space under the station elevated" "Traffic Newspaper" dated May 2013, 5, page 30.
- ^ "JR East postpones the Chuo Line green car plan". Sankei Shimbun(November 2017, 3). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2017, 3. October 2020th, 11Browse.
- Average daily number of passengers on JR and private railways
- JR East's passenger numbers since 1999
- ^ Number of passengers at each station (1999) -JR East
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- ^ Heisei 22
- ^ Heisei 23
- ^ Heisei 24
- ^ Heisei 25
- ^ Heisei 26
- ^ Heisei 27
- ^ Heisei 28
- ^ Heisei 29
- ^ Heisei 30
- ^ 31, the first year of Reiwa
- Sone Satoru(Supervised) "Chuo Main Line" "Weekly All Railways in History JNR / JR" No. 5,Asahi Shimbun Publishing, August 2009, 8.